Mueller Mueller Hg80 Hinged Knee Brace Medium Product #: 54012 P962912 Mueller Hg80 Hinged Knee Brace Medium Product #: 54012 962912 1.50lbs 0.00 0.00 0.00
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Mueller Hg80 Hinged Knee Brace - Medium, Product #: 54012

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MUELLER-exclusive HYDRACINN™ fabric is the moisture-wicking catalyst for maintaining superior support with heat management.

Base sleeve is made of antimicrobial fabric that is uniquely breathable, extremely soft to the touch with flatlock seams, and features a conforming hourglass design.

Inner grip strips complete the anti-sweat/non-slip design to help prevent brace migration and preserve high-performance support.

This ultimate brace provides maximum support for weak or unstable knees, as well as protection after injury.

• Upper strapping system locks brace in position. Outer mesh shell with bidirectional stretch fabric fastens on the sides then comfortably locks across the quadriceps.
• Patented Triaxial Hinges provide maximum protection with near-normal knee motion.
• Tibial Containment System features a custom secondary shell with stabilizing patella buttress and rear support strap.
• Anti-slip INNER GRIP STRIPS help prevent brace migration.
• Formfitting HOURGLASS DESIGN with superior support for each Hg80 Knee Brace.
• Mueller-exclusive HYDRACINN™ fabric is a revolutionary moisture-wicking and neoprene-free material.
• Protective Nylon MESH LAUNDRY BAG comes custom-sized for every Hg80 brace to shield your clothing and other equipment in your gym bag or washing machine from hook & loop straps. The open weave design with locking cinch string allows for a thorough yet gentle cleaning.

Measure around center of knee

54011 Small: 12-14" (30-35 cm)
54012 Medium: 14-16" (35-40 cm)
54013 Large: 16-18" (40-45 cm)
54014 X-Large: 18-20" (45-50 cm)

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Customer Reviews
Date Added: Monday 27 February, 2012
I bought this brace because due to injury my knee gives out and i have alot of pain and swelling. This brace is very light weight but has given me more support than braces that weigh twice as much. Very comfortable, can wear it all day with no problems. My knee still gives out some but this brace supports it enough that i can catch it. For my injury it has helped alot. I highly suggest it.
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Tuesday 31 January, 2012
I love to play basketball and have torn my ACl twice, so I have tried many different types of knee braces. This knee brace is one of the best if not the best knee brace I have ever used to play basketball with. It gives me a good support, good range of motion, and stays in place. I highly recommend this brace, just make sure you get the proper size.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Thursday 12 January, 2012
I like this brace for the comfort aspect, and it prevents my knee from rattling when skiing the chutes. I mainly use this skiing in the Tahoe ski areas.
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Saturday 07 January, 2012
I have an auto immune disease and periodically my knee swells and weakens. This brace is comfortable enough to wear all day and gives me the support I need to stay on my feet without greater risk of injury. I would recommend this brace to anyone who needs periodic support for weakened knees due to injury or illness. Jeff from Connecticut.
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Saturday 24 December, 2011
I have had knee problems for a while and these were the first knee braces that provided enough support for my knees without hindering motion too excessively. That being said, bending your knee past 90 deg. is not easy or comfortable but other than that they do a great job.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Wednesday 30 November, 2011
I tore my lateral and medial meniscus. Not sure how much, but I'm in pain all the time. I got this knee brace because I believed the hinges would help my knee not go left/right (a.k.a, the wrong way) when walking. It doesn't happen very often, but it's extremely painful and something I would rather not occur.Anyway, I measured my knee and it just happened to be in the "small" size range. I decided to get a medium because I had read reviews in which people had said to get one size up. I'm glad I got the medium, but the bottom part is tight on my leg (below the kneecap) as is. I don't think the small would have fit at all. I'm 6ft 3, and I weigh about 180 pounds. So, I'm rather tall and skinny.I've only had this product about a day, but when I put it on it feels absolutely amazing. My only problem with it is since it helps keep my knee somewhat straight when walking, I find it feels a little odd. I don't walk like a normal person...more like a penguin (or so I'm told). But, I've been pain free all day and I'm going to keep using it and see how it goes.I'm not going to give it 5-stars yet until I've had more time with it, however. (But, right now, I love it!)EDIT 12/7/2011: I've been using this brace for about a week, and I can tell you it's STILL amazing. I've found myself thinking about not wearing it because there's no way it hurts so much without it. Seriously. But, I still wear it because after a long day, my knee will start aching a little. Not enough to make me worried, but enough to remind me.And, of course, it doesn't help with the stiffness I get when I sit for too long. But, overall I would recommend this to anyone with meniscus problems. I can't recommend this product for ACL, PCL, or MCL problems, as mine are far as I can tell.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
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