Asterisk Cyto Cell Knee Brace Pair
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      The Asterisk Cyto Cell Knee Protection System is based on the same anatomically correct frame and intricate eight sphere hinge design found on Asterisk’s top of the line Ultra Cell Knee Protection System. This sleek new motocross knee brace features a fiberglass tibial plateau-capturing frame design, sleek adjustable compression control cuffs, a natural free-motion, rolling-gliding hinge, classic strap fastening, a one-piece fused patella cup, and the all-important anti-rotation tether. The Asterisk Cyto Cell Knee Protection System design maintains the philosophy and features we believe essential to a knee brace while also trying to take it easy on your wallet.
    • A.F.M. FRAME
      -Anatomically correct design for precise fit on knee
      -Fiberglass epoxy Matrix
      -Semi-rigid & lightweight, impact distributing structure
      -Tracks the natural "rolling-gliding" motion of the knee joint
      -Asymmetrical design allows each hinge to set properly
      -Allows for automatic tibia alignment of lower frame
      -Adjustable ext. regulator from 0º to 30º
    • A.C.C. CUFF
      -Adjustable Compression Control
      -Adjustable semi-rigid lateral support
      -Adjuster cap
      -Non-slip Sharkskin brace padding
      -Adjustable nylon impact modified compression strip
      -Optional port for Anti-Rotation connection
    • STRAPS
      -Standard adjustable strapping
      -Lower and main patella fused design
      -Easily removable
      -High impact Nylon 6 material
      -Hybrid shock absorbent foam padding
      -Non-corrosive metals
      -Non-corrosive composites
      -Hand washable soft materials
    • Sold in a pair of Left and Right knee braces in both the same size.

      Cyto Cell Knee Protection

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    great protection

    Comments On Nov 25, 2014:great knee braces the only thing they take a while to put and take off

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    Good Brace

    Comments On Oct 20, 2014:Very nice brace with the support you will need

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    1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

    Asterisk Cyto Cell

    Comments On Oct 14, 2014:Little bulky at first but you get use to it after a ride or two. I race hare scrambles and feel more confident with these on. Two races so far and I really like them and think they are worth the money. Great fit.

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    Defective Hardware

    Comments On Aug 08, 2014:Someone is pinching nickels too tight at Asterisk. I order a pair of these from RM on 6/19/14. On adjusting the leg clamps, I noticed the screws that hold this critical adjustment were binding, and the fit of the provided hex key was loose. It appeared that some else had attempted to set these screws before on the right side brace, and I couldn't get a SAE or metric key (my hex keys are quality German made) to fit the screws well enough to provide the required torque to hold the adjustment. RM sent me a replacement for the right brace, as I was able to get the left side set up. The left brace hadn't been returned and re-sold as the right side had. On receiving the 2nd right side brace, I find that it has the same issue as the first-mangled/out of spec clamp hardware. Someone has spun the flat retaining nut on the back side, under the padding. This obviously occurred due to binding, and the thin plastic ribs that were supposed to capture this nut and keep it from spinning had been ground down. This might have been avoided had the previous buyer lifted the pad and pressed the nut down between the ribs, but this was not mentioned in the very poor pictures only instructions. At this point, I called RM and explained about the poor hardware. They recommended PODs. These were on backorder for a few weeks, but since it was an exchange, I agreed to wait. Fast forward to 7/23/14, when my failed attempt to clear a double log obstacle results in a torn ACL and MCL in my right knee. Would the injury have been prevented had I been wearing braces? Can't say with any certainty, but they are designed to help prevent these types of injuries. I've seen hardware issues similar to this in Ti bolts I order from China-round holes that are supposed to be hex. Not the kind of crap I expect to see on a pair of $500.00 braces. RM called my cell while I was in the waiting room for my first medical appointment to tell me the backorder time on the PODs was extended. I replied "no hurry now, I'm sitting in a wheelchair with a blown out right knee." I suggested they re-evaluate their practice of selling defective/open box safety gear that can cause delays with serious consequences, and the nice dude on the phone said he would pass it upstairs (I never heard anything back). It was my choice to ride without the braces, so ultimately I'm responsible. My point is I had a reasonable expectation of having a functioning pair of braces 3.5 weeks before the injury. Now, I'm looking at a $5000.00 medical deductible, 2 months of rehab, and 5-6 months before I can ride my moto or MTB.

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    Comments On May 30, 2014:I was hesistant to but these braces, but I'm extremely satidfied that I did. The old asterisk braces with the netting on the back always rubbed the back of my leg raw and bleeding. These are much more comfortable and bend easier when you get up on the front of the seat to corner

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    Nice knee braces!

    Comments On Feb 06, 2014:I finally decided to upgrade to some nice knee braces. Im glad i picked asterisk, Theyre really easy to set up and feel natural. They fit good inside my tech 10s. Asterisk has awesome customer service also!

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