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Knee Support?  Who needs it? Why wear good knee support? Firstly, most people don’t wear knee support because they "just like the look" of them. The main reason most people wear a knee compression sleeve is for support and protection from injury. Secondly, from Athletes to construction workers, many people can benefit from wearing proper knee protection. Those engaging in sports activities kike Basketball, Football, Soccer, Softball, Volleyball, Wrestling, Golf, Skiing, and Sprinting can really benefit from wearing a knee sleeve.  Even those who participate in MMA, Yoga, Pilates, , and Weightlifting see nice benefits to wearing knee protection. Lastly, anyone who walks,...

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Knee Sleeve Tips So will wearing a knee sleeve make you run slower? We get this question quite a bit. That could be further from what really occurs when wearing a knee compression sleeve or knee sleeve for short. Now if you are a slow runner by nature, you will probably still run slow with a knee sleeve. We believe the actual Q&A should be more like: Q: Will a knee sleeve hinder my performance? A: A good knee sleeve is not only made for knee support, it is made to fit the contours and curves of the leg. The area...

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You don’t have to be an athlete to need knee protection.  Yes, if you play sports, run or exercise, you need to take precautions and protect your knees from possible future injury. However, even if you don’t participate in those activities, you still run the risk of injuring your knees. For example, in your daily activities, if you do any bending, squatting, lunging, lifting or fast walking then you run the risk of knee injuries.  Construction workers, warehouse workers, movers, people who climb lots of steps, as well as parents chasing their kids around the house can benefit from the protection that...

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What is Compression Wear? In a nutshell, "Compression Wear" is clothing and accessories made of materials such as Nylon, Spandex, Rubber and Latex or even a combination of any of these materials. Items such as shirts, pants, shorts, and knee/elbow/calf/ankle sleeves can be made from this material and are referred to as Compression Wear. The material used is made to slightly constrict or "compress" any body part that it covers. For example, a Knee Compression Sleeve fits on the knee and thigh area and constricts the kneecap and sides of the knee. This constriction/compression encourages blood to flow through your blood...

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