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The latest in high end knee protection, the Pod MX K8 knee braces brings professional knee protection to every rider. Worn by top riders such as Andrew Short, Trey Canard, Tommy Searle and others, the K8 knee brace set a new standard in safety and comfort. Pod MX's Human Motion provides support on demand without compromising performance. Lightweight, pre-preg carbon fiber frames combine with the Human Motion® hinge system and modular components allow you to create your own custom knee brace. The Pod MX K8 knee braces adapts to your needs for superior multi-sport performance.
“The K8 adapts to me and means that I get a custom fit for ultimate comfort and performance.” - TOMMY SEARLE | CLS KAWASAKI MONSTER ENERGY
POD® ligament knee braces set new standards in user Comfort and Confidence™, our products fit precisely, stay in position and move so naturally that it won’t feel like you are wearing a knee brace. Many of the world’s leading athletes choose POD to protect their knees without compromise while thousands of amateur athletes rely on POD to stay active. Routinely prescribed by doctors, POD knee braces are registered medical devices proven to help reduce knee injuries in sport. The intensity of modern sport places the human knee at significant risk which is why POD developed our own Synthetic Ligaments™ to reduce the strain on yours. Only POD HUMAN MOTION provides support on demand without compromising performance. It has never been easier to protect your knees.
POD knee braces are size and side specific and correct sizing is vital to the performance of the brace. Due to varying shapes, knee measurements should only be used as a guide when determining the correct brace size.
Measure across the centre of the knee using the POD Sizing Tool. Take measurements in a weight bearing position at full extension (i.e. with leg fully straight).
Measure the circumference of the knee directly underneath the kneecap using a soft tape measure or string. Take measurements in a weight bearing position at full extension (i.e. with leg fully straight).
Walk and bend your leg to aid the brace in settling. The brace should feel comfortably snug.