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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If you love biking and you've been recommended to use an ACL brace, the chances are you either have an injury which needs treating or are being advised to take preventative measures.
All types of biking, whether off-road or on public highways, can put pressure on the knee, especially if you’ve suffered a previous injury in that area. The use of a support product such as an ACL brace could provide benefits for those participating in motor cycling. These can offer support and protection for a rider, minimising the risk of further injuries.
Suffering from an ACL injury is painful and it’s vital that you follow the correct treatment process. This will ensure that you regain as much strength and movement as possible in the joint and that the rehabilitation process is efficient.
This weekend the MXGP heads to Matterley Basin for the 7th round of the MXGP. The award winning 1750 metre course will see WMX, EMX125, EMX250 and EMX150 compete throughout the weekend in one of the biggest events of the season.
Ultimately there are loads of different knee braces on the market, all offering a variety of benefits both from a prophylactic and post injury perspective which can make choosing the right one quite difficult.