The CTi knee brace is designed for use by professionals and amateurs alike to offer maximum protection for those in high impact sports. Manufactured from carbon fibre, it is designed to protect the knee joint against ligament damage and is worn by stars including British and World Speedway Champion Tai Woffinden, wakeboarding champion Lee Debuse and motocross freestyle team Bolddog.
The CTi is available in both an OTS (Off The Shelf) version and a custom version, the latter being made bespoke for you based on your leg measurements. It is also available in standard and Pro Sport models. The Pro Sport model is designed for contact sports and therefore is constructed from extra layers of carbon fibre for maximum protection.
All models are made with non-corrosive materials, making them ideal for water sports.
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There are a variety of knee braces on the market, each designed to manage specific conditions and to be used in different environments depending on the needs of the user. Whilst designed to manage specific conditions the majority of these products offer one or both of the following:
Competing in MX2 class of the Maxxis British Motocross Championship, Ben Watson has been pulling tricks on his bike since the age of four. Inspired by his older brother and fellow professional motocross rider Nathan Watson, Ben took part in his first race at the age of six and has been on the circuit since.
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Knee bracing is becoming more mainstream, worn by amateurs and professionals alike, though with so many options available it can be difficult to decide which one to buy. This article will hopefully offer a little insight into what is available and what the differences are.
Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) injuries account for approximately 40% of all sporting injuries. Extremely painful, they can put you out of action for many months and involve reconstructive surgery and prolonged rest. Wearing an ACL brace prevents an injury from occurring and should be regarded as a sensible precaution.