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New V-Flex Ankle XT Brace

The next level in active support for your ankle

Available 06.01.2013

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Knee braces,
supports, and sleeves

Our innovative knee protection products range from support, stabilizers, wraps, sleeves, and straps. This diverse product range is aimed to contour to your knee and provide protection and comfort where you need it most.

  • Provides Stability and Support to help protect against knee sprains and relieve Patella pain
  • Adjustable fit and compression
  • Adds therapeutic warmth to aid in soft tissue blood flow and healing

Common knee injuries

Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome or Runner’s Knee, is a genetic term that refers to pain under and around kneecap when the patella does not move correctly as the knee is bent and straightened.

Patellar Tendonitis, or Jumper’s Knee occurs when the tendon and the tissues that surround it, become inflamed and irritated.

Ankle supports
and sleeves

Our innovative ankle supports and sleeves are designed to provide support and comfort in your ankles and feet. Our products are low in profile and are adjustable to fit all shapes and sizes.

  • Provides Stability and Support
  • Comfortable low profile lacing loops, precurved tongue and quick fit elastic sleeves
  • Adjustable compression for therapeutic warmth and healing

Common ankle injuries

The most common ankle injury is a Lateral Ligament Sprain. During a Lateral Ligament Sprain the ankle is turned over so the sole of the foot faces inwards damaging the ligaments on the outside of the ankle.

The other type of common sprain is an eversion, or inner ligament sprain. where the sole of the foot is twisted outwards.

Leg wraps and sleeves

Our leg wraps and sleeves unique design contains our N-Tex™ air flow vented neoprene technology, and provides moisture wicking compression for therapeutic warmth and healing.

  • Anatomical contoured compression fit
  • Adds therapeutic warmth to aid in soft tissue blood flow and healing

Common leg injuries

Shin Splints refers to pain in the front or inside of the lower leg along or just behind the shinbone caused by inflammation of the periostium. Shin Splints are common in athletes who participate in activities that require sudden stops and starts.

The hamstring, calf and quadriceps muscle groups are used for high-speed activities that can result in pulls or tears.

Wrist wraps
and supports

Our wrist wraps and supports are low profile, sleek unlike typical wrist supports. The stability system supports wrists, while allowing customized support preferences.

  • Provides Stability and Support
  • Close fitting anatomical palm design for unobstructed natural hand grip
  • Can be used over close fitting sport gloves

Common wrist injuries

Wrist sprains are common injuries in football and basketball where the ligaments are stretched beyond their normal limits.

Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) is caused by repetitive movements of the wrist, fingers and forearms. RSI is an umbrella term for a range of conditions including tendonitis, bursitis and muscle inflammation.

Elbow supports
and sleeves

Our elbow support and sleeves are designed with anatomical pre-curved compression fit sleeves that allow for breathability and a full-range of motion and flex.

  • Anatomical contoured compression fit
  • Breathable mesh window for comfort and full-range motion flex
  • Adds therapeutic warmth to aid in soft tissue blood flow and healing

Common elbow injuries

Tennis Elbow is caused by repetitive and vigorous use of the forearm muscles and tendons and is common in racquet sports. It is an inflammation that usually occurs in the tendon approximately 2cm below the outer edge of the elbow joint.

Shoulder wraps
and supports

The technology in our shoulder wraps and supports is unlike anything else on the market. Our N-Tex™ technology provides moisture wicking compression for therapeutic warmth and healing. The shoulder line is designed for both left and right shoulder use.

  • Provides Stability and Support
  • Adjustable fit and compression
  • Adds therapeutic warmth to aid in soft tissue blood flow and healing

Common shoulder injuries

An AC Joint Sprain is an injury to the clavicle or collar bone. It is often caused by falling onto the shoulder, elbow or outstretched arm. The shoulder is also vulnerable to dislocation and is on the most common traumatic sporting injuries in contact sports.

Back supports

Our back support technology provides maximum moisture wicking breathable compression and our no-slip silicone gripper pattern reduces unwanted support movement. The easy-to-wrap Velcro® strap provides a wide range fit.

  • Provides Stability and Support to help protect against lower back injury
  • No-slip silicone gripper pattern to reduce unwanted product movement
  • Adds therapeutic warmth to aid healing

Common back injuries

Up to 20% of all injuries that occur in the sports involve the lower back or neck. Sports that use repetitive impact such as running, commonly cause damage to the lumbar spine (lower back). Sports that involve contact, such as football, place the cervical spine (neck) at risk of injury.

V-Flex Ultra XT Ankle Brace

Compete at the highest level without compromise

Our new hinged ankle braces are designed to fit better, be more comfortable and improve stability and support.

  • Fully Adjustable Elastic Straps
  • Thermal Molded Foam Lining
  • X-Fit Heel Locking Strap
  • Anatomical Base Stirrup
  • Bio-Mechanical Hinge
  • Fiber Reinforced Plastic

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Today’s athletes play
harder and faster

Today’s athlete plays harder and faster than ever before. As performance standards rise and records are broken, there is an ever-greater need for better protection and accelerated healing.

This has required sports medicine to develop higher standards, and change the way we think about protection and therapy for athletes. It has meant approaching sports medicine in the same way athletes meet the challenge of the ever-rising bar. We can’t just play harder. We have to play smarter.