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Zamst JK-2 Knee Brace

The Zamst JK-1 Knee Brace provides strong patellar support to individuals with patellar tendonitis, Osgood-Schlatters disease and chondromalacia. Designed with Flyweight fabrication for lightweight wear, the brace features i-Fit technology, an open design and a lower strap to provide individualized adjustability and multiple compression levels. The precurved ROM tech design promotes a full range of motion for optimal performance levels. Hook-and-loop closure.

Features and Benefits

  • Designed to provide strong patellar support for patellar tendonitis, Osgood-Schlatters disease and chondromalacia
  • Made of 37.9% polyester, 35.5% chloroprene, 18.7% nylon, 6.1% polyurethane, 1.6% polyethylene and 0.2% latex for flexibility and strength
  • Flyweight fabrication with a ventilation panel offers lightweight, cool wear
  • i-Fit technology with an open design and a lower strap provides individualized adjustability and multiple compression levels
  • V-Tech material delivers ventilation to quickly remove perspiration during exercise
  • Precurved ROM tech design promotes a full range of motion for optimal performance levels
  • Hook-and-loop closure

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  • Zamst JK-2 Knee Brace
Zamst The Zamst JK-2 Knee Brace provides strong patellar support and features Flyweight fabrication. Zamst JK-2 Knee Brace

Zamst JK-2 Knee Brace

$69.99
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