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Leatt Knee Brace C-Frame Pro Carbon (a pair)

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Medically Certified Mono-Hinge Knee Protection

The impact-tested and CE Certified C-Frame Pro knee brace, is built with durable cast aluminum and carbon fiber materials. It offers a higher level of protection than other traditional designs, while still allowing for natural movement of the knee. Your knees are less likely to be twisted or over-extended with the C-Frame Pro brace.

Medically certified knee protection

The Leatt C-Frame Pro Carbon Knee Brace offers premium, medically certified knee protection whilst still allowing for natural knee movement and comfort. Although no knee brace can protect one fully from injury, the C-frame Pro Carbon offers a higher level of protection than other traditional ‘cage type’ designs.

Three point force distribution

The brace’s three-point force distribution with super-stiff forged mono hinge frame, as well as reduction of forces to limit knee injuries (ACL, Meniscus, and MCL), make it a vital piece of protective equipment.

Lab-tested, built-in fracture points

It is further equipped with lab-tested, built-in fracture points, and the C-frame chassis protects one by breaking before you injure your shin or thigh bone. The C-Frame Pro also sports a shin bone section with a load distribution plate that is super low-profile.

Features:

  • Three-point force distribution with super stiff forged C-arm mono hinge construction
  • Sold in pairs
  • 3 sizes: S/M, L/XL, XXL

Reduction of forces to limit knee injuries:

  • ACL
  • Meniscus
  • MCL

Certified as medical device:

  • EU CA014741
  • USA FDA 10048761

CE tested and certified as impact protection:

  • Knee EN1621-1
  • Hyper extension limitations 10º, 15º, 20º and 25º for ACL injury reduction
  • Hyper flexion limitation: fixed hyper flexion stopper for meniscus injury reduction
  • Engineered, lab tested built-in fracture points

The C-Frame chassis breaks before injuring:

  • The shin bone (Tibia)
  • The thigh bone (Femur)
  • Very low profile inner knee for superior bike feel
  • Comfortable, low profile shin bone plate with load distribution pad that fits inside all boots

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