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IMAK Knee Strap One Size


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  • Provides focused pressure to reduce knee pain
  • Helps stabilize kneecap to improve alignment and tracking
  • Patent-pending technology allows the ergoBeads pressure Pad to conform to the anatomy of your knee
  • Dual locking system offers flexible tension and custom fit for maximum performance
  • Lined with soft cotton material to ensure cool, dry comfort for your active lifestyle
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Product Description

The patent-pending IMAK Knee Strap provides targeted pain relief for the knee. Its ergoBeads pressure pad conforms to the knee's anatomy to provide focused pressure and maximum support. The Knee Strap helps stabilize the kneecap to improve alignment and tracking. It also features a dual locking system to offer flexible tension and a perfect fit.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.9 x 2 x 5.1 inches ; 6.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0014WU8FA
  • UPC: 649833301375
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (69 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #120,910 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Customer Reviews

If you're not sure exactly what's wrong, I highly recommend giving this product a shot.
A. Jones
The 2 straps makes it easy to get it in place, with the first strap, then you can adjust for snugness of fit with the second.
Nickola Ballas
I thought they were an excellent deal and they really have helped my knee pain from running.
S. Davis

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Shih-tzu Mommy on December 8, 2010
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Pros: This strap has given me relief and a noticeable difference in decreased pain. Even support going up stairs, which is difficult with knee tendonitis. I do pilates reformer and walk super fast, so I need this support. You can adjust and tighten the straps to fit properly. It has a double strap and it does not slide or come off when exercising or walking. On the inside of the strap, there is a roll / pillow full of tiny beads that molds and presses against the front tendon below the knee. Works great, but you cannot kneel with the brace on.

Cons: Both straps came apart with use a handful of times after 2 weeks. The stitching is not very secure. It has single loose stitching. That is why I gave it 3 stars, otherwise I would have given it 4 or 5.

Recommendation to Imak manufacturer: You have a great product, so don't have it fall apart. Use more secure stitching of the straps.

Amazon has allowed me to return for a full refund as "a defective item", which it is, as I read on Amazon.com reviews only one other person to have had the same problem :( ; however, I will need to reorder as they cannot send a replacement, only take orders, fulfill orders and accept returns.

I plan on reordering this same item as it appears to be the best one out in the market despite the stitching problem. I will have the new one securely stitched before using. Hopefully, this will not happen again.
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43 of 46 people found the following review helpful By John Thomas... TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 16, 2009
I picked up the Imak knee strap just a month or so ago at a local sporting goods store. I decided to try it since I do a lot of walking for exercise, and I have a particular problem with my knee that I was hoping it could help with. I happen to have arthritis in both knees, but under normal walking conditions neither of them gives me all that much trouble. Not even when walking up hill, for the bodies center of gravity is shifted away from the knees when on an uphill stride. Unfortunately walking downhill for me was yet another matter. I found my right knee would start to get quite painful on downhill slopes. The center of gravity that is pretty much neutral when walking on level ground, and shifted favorably when uphill, was now being felt directly up the leg with every footstep, and the resulting shock through the knee would cause me much pain and discomfort on even relatively short, or moderately sloping hills. The pain may be short lived and bearable, but still very annoying and hurtful. I was unfortunately forced in most cases to slow down and rather tip toe down hill. But most importantly however, the pain would force me to choose routes that were relatively free of hills and valleys, something not always easy, nor enjoyable.

I had in the past wore knee straps and supports of different varieties, but in most cases they were just too stiff and uncomfortable for walking and running purposes. (In the other cases, they just didn't work in easing my pain). I was intrigued by the Imak's simple design, and accompanying chart that was on the package that pretty much explained to a tee exactly what kind of pain and problem I was dealing with, and the support it would offer. I decided to give it a try and buy it. I am happy to say that for me the Imak strap has been a true godsend.
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37 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Cory D. Miller on December 11, 2008
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I bought the Imak knee strap after having a love/hate relationship with my previous knee strap (one of the lycra/foam rubber McDavid straps). In every area the McDavid strap is lacking, the Imak strap is so much better. The McDavid has a single "hook and pile" attachment; the Imak has two: one to hold the strap in place, the other to regulate the fit of the strap around your leg. The Imak strap breathes much better than the McDavid, and makes for a more comfortable run.

If you have "jumper's knee" or other patella-effecting ailment, this should be the strap you should buy. The McDavid may be cheaper, but it's not as effective as the Imak.
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Charles G. VINE VOICE on September 24, 2010
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This product really works. I've been having problems with my right knee for a while and certain activities made it much worse. I put this one and did the worst of them, and felt better afterwards than I did when I started. I just ordered 2 more of the same product.

Amazon thankfully ships it in a plain envelope - the retail package is large and a waste of trees. Unfortunately, there are no instructions on the envelope. Here are the instructions (I've edited them from the retail package):

Center the pressure pad under the kneecap (i.e. the little hard tube goes in front of your knee, aimed backwards, the logo is in front, just under your kneecap, like in the photo).

Use the shorter velcro strap to wrap the thing around your knee, just under your kneecap, then use the longer strap to tighten it. (You basically use the shorter strap just to hold it on your knee and then the longer strap to make it tighter while it's held on your knee with the other strap. There is a little groove right under your kneecap, it fits in that groove.)

Hand wash cold, air dry.

Update: I just ordered 5 more so I can have a clean pair whenever I need them. That's right: I now have 8 of them. They are that good.

Uh oh, update II: After just under two months, one of them fell completely apart! Both straps came off. Realize that I have 4 pairs of these, and I rotate through them, so this was like two weeks of use. Sewing them back together isn't the most fun thing but it's possible. Just recognize that they might fall apart just when you need them!

To sew them, take the two elastic velcro pieces and start with the longest one. On the main piece, there is a little pouch three inches to the right of the logo.
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