Knee Support

Our wide range of knee support offers a warm comfortable support and pressure relief with its 3D design and elastic material. As well as relieving pressure it also improves co-ordination allowing you to do the activities you want while supporting and protecting a knee injury. Best used for strains and wear and tear knee injuries. Rehband knee sleeves and back supports are used by top athletes ranging from CrossFit Games competitors to World's Strongest Man strongmen. 


REHBAND – International Sports protection and Supports  

Scandinavian roots brand that protects your knees on the field, supports your back through difficult times and warms your joints in the coldest days for more than past fifty years. Quality that was custom designed for you.

  • Basic Knee Support – A basic supportive knee brace with warming and pain relieving effect.
  • Knee Support – Anatomically shaped knee for improved coordination that offers warmth and pressure relief.
  • Knee Support Women – Anatomically designed for women.
  • Knee support Patellar Opening – Knee support with opening for patella that provides extra stabilization around the knee cap.
  • Knee X-Stable Patellar Support – Features extra support and stabilization with adjustable splints and non-flexible straps.



A knee injury can be a painful and scary experience. You may notice that knee pain can limit your ability to walk, work, and participate fully in recreational activity. You may require physical therapy to help improve range of motion and strength and decrease pain after a knee injury. If you have injured your knee, you may wonder if a knee brace is the right device for you. A knee brace can serve many functions depending on the specific problem for which it is being used. If you have suffered a dislocated patella (kneecap), a brace can help keep the patella in the right place during walking, running and athletic activity. After knee surgery like a meniscus repair or an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) repair, a knee brace may help stabilize the joint. A brace may also be used to stabilize the knee in the initial treatment of a fracture.