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EveShine Knee Compression Sleeve Support (1 Pair), Best Compression Knitted Knee Support Brace with Gel Strips for Running, Sports, Jogging, Basketball, Injury Recovery for Men & Women



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1)Durable, light weight and comfortable, gives you just the right level of support, keeps your sore knee secure and warm so YOU can feel better and more secure, gives you added comfort.

2) It doesn’t roll, slide or slip down. The elastic is very strong and it reshapes perfectly after each removal.

3) You will notice a remarkable difference, the pain will decrease, your knee will feel better and it will help you playing sports with no pain.

PAIN RELIEF: Feel the Advantage of new 4 way stretch Fabric, with the perfect blend of breathable Nylon and Lycra. Feel comfortable on the skin and offers a NON-SLIP GRIP. No itching or irritation, no growth of bacteria despite heavy sweating.
ANATOMICALLY SHAPED to prevent injuries and accelerate your recovery. Textured lining allows for better breathability and anti-migration. Their heating effect improves circulation and promotes muscular recovery. Great for healing, recovery and physical rehab.
ANTI-SLIP SILICONE gel strips and elastic support material to offer stable compression. No slipping, no rolling off, no sliding down. So you won’t have to readjust them. They will stay put.
COMFORTABLE for EVERYDAY WEAR: The Knit Knee Sleeve is a slide-on sleeve that’s low-profile and lightweight. Good knee support with no stiffness. No itching. Designed for full mobility & comfort. Easy to wear thanks to its light and soft material. Unisex. Can be worn all day.
RECOMMENDED FOR: walking, hiking, jogging, running, workout, cross training, cycling, gym, tennis, dancing, basketball and other exercises. And any indoors or outdoors activity that put stress on your knees.

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