Asterisk Cell Knee Brace

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Asterisk Cell Knee Brace

The Cell is the most technologically-advanced Knee Protection System available. Several patented revolutionary design concepts come together in unison to create this System. The ability to be totally adjustable yet remain rigid, along with a superior fastening design, a natural free-motion hinge, a full coverage knee cup, a pair of undersleeves and Anti-Rotation tethers are included in every box makes this product stand apart from the other brands

Features:
  • Anatomically correct design
  • Carbon Fiber Epoxy Matrix
  • Rigid & Lightweight, impact distributing structure
  • Traces the natural "rolling-gliding" motion of the knee joint
  • Asymmetrical design allows each hinge to set properly at the knee joint
  • Weight: 1.6lbs
*Note: Red available in Left, Right and Pair.

**Note: Orange, Yellow, Green and Blue sold in Pair only.

**Closeouts are limited to stock on hand**
  • Item # 24344

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Knee Brace

Fully adjustable to customize fit!! Feels great with uncompromised support and still has great mobility and movement.

Jason - December 29, 2010

(Airdrie, AB)

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Awesome Knee Brace

Just picked up MX riding after a 30 year hiatus. Old knee injuries began to plague me immediately. I began looking for some knee protection and settled on the Asterisk knee braces. So far I have had have had them out for two days of pain free riding. They make these 52-year old knees able to deal with the punishment of clearing the doubles and table-tops. Thanks Asterisk and Motorcycle Superstore.

Jeff D - July 12, 2011

(Ellicott City , MD)

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the best knee protection

the greatest motocross gear ever i wear im very satisfied its a quality product I don’t ride without them.

sam - June 26, 2012

(sherbrooke, QC)

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Best set of knee braces I have owned.

I have owned a set of these Asterisk Cell Knee braces for about eighteen months now. I wore them while I trained and raced the Baja 1000. I have abused them and they have been great. I can still walk today because of them. I have tested them against rocks, trees, the ground, cactus and many other objects and they have taking it all. Asterisk has a great rebuild program if you need to send your braces in for repair once they start to get old. I sent mine in for rebuild and had them back in two weeks. If you value your knees you should purchase a set of Asterisk. Over all well worth the money and I don’t ride without them.

EFA - April 27, 2014

(Bellevue, WA)

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Great Knee Braces!

I have only had them for about 2 months but I've used them both snowboarding and riding a fair bit. They are comfortable and easy to put on, and I have not had any problems with them yet but I also have not crashed hard while wearing them, but I'm pretty sure they will hold up fine. They seem to be doing a great job supporting my knees, if you're looking for a pair of good braces I recommend these.

Josh - February 15, 2010

(SA, TX)

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Asterisk Cell Knee Brace, poor quality.

I´ve had my Asterisk cell knee braces for two years now, but already had to replace the rear lacing parts twice. The hollow rivets that the laces run through simply rust and become abrasive, wearing through the laces. I use them for MX, so of course they get sweaty and wet all the time, but I put them in a drying cabinet after every ride. Still, they rust and break very quickly.

Mikael - November 04, 2011

(Ystad, WI)

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