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Dirt Bike Knee Braces

Knee Braces provide knee support and protection during those long races or trail rides.

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  • Leatt X-Frame Knee Brace Left

    Leatt X-Frame Knee Brace Left

    Wayne in NC

    Great product!

    Great product for the cost. One thing I like about the Leatt, is that it comes with extra pads that you can change to make the brace fit comfortable to your leg. Also the Leatt comes with extra locking cams that you can set to your preference from 5 degree to 20 degree lock out to keep your knee from hyperextended, set mine at 15 degree and love it. GREAT PRODUCT!!!

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  • Leatt C-Frame Pro Carbon Knee Brace Pair

    Leatt C-Frame Pro Carbon Knee Brace Pair

    Adam in MD

    Excellent Knee Guards

    As an old guy with bad knees, I needed some stability along with wanting protection. And knee braces all felt too weird with a bar on the inside of the knee against the bike. So I took a chance and tried these C-Frame Leatt braces. GREAT decision. After the very first ride I knew I made the right decision. Feel to the bike is as good as you could ever want wearing braces. I haven't gone down hard to really test protection, but in minor falls it was wonderful. Best thing is that I can immediately feel the difference in my knees after a ride. With ordinary knee "guards" I could barely walk into the mini-mart after riding. Limping in pain. With the C-Frame Leatt, I was walking fine after riding. Gave me additional support, was able to sit/stand far easier and do many more repetitions before pain sets in. Only downside is that the lower Velcro straps could be easier to use. Would rather set the length once and clip on off, rather than using the Velcro to set length every time.

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  • Leatt C-Frame Pro Carbon Knee Brace Left

    Leatt C-Frame Pro Carbon Knee Brace Left

    Charles in IN

    great protection

    the straps dig in and its a PITA to get fitted properly. it does offer a decent amount of protection but three rides and my hinges are already out of speck.. Ill go back to the cheapies

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  • Mobius X8 Knee Brace

    Mobius X8 Knee Brace

    Kyle in CA

    I’ve had these for a couple years. They’re pretty comfortable and honestly may be more comfortable than not wearing them. I’ve fallen a lot and they keep my leg safe in combination with Sidi Crossfire boots. The combo gives me protection from the foot all the way up to the thigh which is right where a bike likes to fall on you in the event of a tip over. I also have knee pain issues and the brace helps reduce that a lot.

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  • Leatt Z-Frame Knee Braces

    Leatt Z-Frame Knee Braces

    clay in GA

    Excellent Slim fitting Alternative

    If your looking for a slim fitting light knee brace that provides excellent impact coverage with moderate ACL-MCL protection, you should give these Leatt Z frames a serious look. I dont like Knee braces, The're all huge and bulky. They all come 1/2 way up your thigh and Provide too much coverage and Protection for my needs. These Z frames do not ride high on the thigh and are very slim below the knee where they fit into the boot. I ride enduro not motocross. These Z frames are an easy transition from the leatt dual axis, leatt 6.0 based knee guards. They are only slightly larger than the leatt dual axis knee guards. I usually make it 1 hour while wearing knee braces and i have to take em off. First time in the Z- frames.... i wore these all day(8 hours) with no issues. I measured 4.5" width of knee and i ordered the large and the large fit fine to a little loose with the thinnest pad insert. Plenty or room for larger width knees so i would say the fit true to size. These are really light...1.4lbs per leg. Quote from Leatt on how to replace the hyper-extension stoppers "you are going to take out the two allen screws on the back of the hinge. Once you take those out you are going to pop off the cover, covering the hinge. From there you have access to the extension stoppers. You are going to bend the brace all the way in, and you should be able to pull out the extension stoppers and insert the ones that you are wanting to use."

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  • Troy Lee 6400 Knee Brace

    Troy Lee 6400 Knee Brace

    Austin in NJ

    Much more supportive than a knee guard, but not a f...

    I've been wearing the Alpinestars SX01 knee guards for a couple years, but after a couple fast dabs, I felt it was time to upgrade to a proper set of knee braces. However, after trying on the Leatt C Frame, Leatt Z Frame, Mobius X8, and Alpinestars Fluid Pro, I learned that I am ever so slightly bow legged and struggled to get any of them to fit comfortably. I finally stumbled upon these and they did the trick. They are essentially Shock Doctor's 875 knee brace with a patella guard. They seem to stabilize the knee enough to deter twisting, but they don't offer nearly the same hyperextension support as the aforementioned braces I tried. The sleeve design is very comfortable, more a like a traditional athletic knee brace, but I foresee them being very hot in the summer. All in all, they are a significant upgrade from a knee guard, but I still wouldn't qualify them as a full-blown knee brace. Also - if you're in between sizes, go a size up.

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