May 2, 2016Pro-Tec Athletics releases X-Trac Knee Support
Pro-Tec Athletics specializes in supportive, comfortable, and effective knee supports that are part of an entire line of over 70 sports medicine products. By combining advanced materials with technical designs, they are constantly pushing the boundaries of innovation in knee braces and supports to meet the needs of today’s athlete.
This year, Pro-Tec Athletics is proud to introduce the new X-Trac Knee Support. Built from premium quality materials to enhance comfort and durability, the X-Trac is designed to stabilize the patella and improve patellar tracking. This support provides support for recovery from patellar and quadriceps tendonitis, as well as patellar tracking disorders that may cause chondromalacia and patella femoral pain. The highest grade of neoprene combines with comfortable EVA pads to provide targeted compression to the quadriceps and patellar tendon. The X-Trac wrap design allows the user to control the amount of compression and is available in 3 sizes to provide maximum comfort.
Pro-Tec began in 1991 with the original patellar tendon strap, known as the Knee Pro-Tec. This knee support has remained Pro-Tec’s number one best seller throughout the past 25 years. In the year 2016, premium material upgrades and designs have been made to several of the company’s knee supports, including the Knee Pro-Tec, IT Band wrap. Short Sleeve knee support, (delete Lift) & J-Lat lateral subluxation support. Upgrades include higher grade neoprene and contoured EVA pads to provide more targeted, comfortable compression and stabilization. In addition to high grade neoprene, Pro-Tec offers an alternative brace material that was brought to market in 2015. 3D Flat Premium Compression is available in knee, calf, ankle, thigh, wrist, and elbow supports. The flat stitch allows for an anatomically shaped design to provide optimum fit, while maintaining a breathable, multidirectional stretch. The 3D Flat Knee Support provides support for athletes suffering from tendinitis, patellar pain/tracking, arthritis, minor soft tissue tears/strains, and general knee pain.