Ski season is upon us and it’s always a busy time of year for Neo G. The biggest demand between January and April is for knee supports; especially those that have additional features such as stays and additional compression.
According to online reports, knee injuries make up to 35% of all snow sport injuries, so it’s no surprise that knee supports are in high demand at the start of the season. If you have a trip to the slopes planned with an unfortunate knee problem, be sure to discuss with your doctor our bestselling knee supports for skiing and snow:
Our Airflow Knee Support is slimline and lightweight, making it perfect for wearing underneath clothes without too much hassle. The Multi Zone Compression provides a snug and flexible fit helping to warm muscles whilst providing mild support to the knee.
One of our bestselling supports worldwide: the VCS Open Knee Support has an open patella design with stitched buttress, helping provide added support and stability. Constructed from heat therapeutic neoprene to help with arthritis and stiffness
A top selling knee support, year on year: the VCS Stabilized Open Knee Support has all the benefits of the 885 (above), but with the added feature of additional stays that give an extra bit of bounce. The interchangeable metal spiral stays on either side of the brace help provide flexible support, alongside the open patella design and stitched buttress that help give reinforced support
For extra compression our premium 163 RX Stabilized Knee Support provides the answer, with an elasticated lacing system. The premium quality patella silicone insert provides added protection, compression and stabilization whilst integrated, flexible stays at each side help provide additional support
If things have gone horribly wrong and you’ve taken a tumble on the slopes you might be in need of something to immobilize and limit movement once you get home. The 898 Adjusta Fit Hinged Open Knee has adjustable dials to help control flexion and extension movements for a prescribed range of motion, helping to limit movement during recovery
Whilst a good support or brace can help protect or prevent injuries on the slopes its still a good idea to discuss with your doctor or physiotherapist before utilizing one to make sure it meets your requirements