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BMS Distribution via Amazon has Modvel Compression Knee Sleeve (Pair, Orange) for $9.99 - $2 w/ promotion code LALM498H = $7.99. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25+. Thanks iconian

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Modvel Compression Knee Sleeve (1 Pair) [amazon.com] at $9.99 - 20% OFF with promo code LALM498H = $7.99

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I got these the last go around. First, all sleeves slip. It's just a matter of degree.these do a little better job staying up, but they will still slouch given time. Also, I think they designed them for non-athletic folks. The calf opening is not significantly different than the thigh. So if you have big quads, it'll either be too tight there, or if you go a size up, too loose below the knee.
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As a guy who has bad knees just some info, I have a pair from this company and I believe they are 4mm, I use them for biking, golf (I walk the course) and they are great for that. I use 7mm thickness sleeves for squats at the gym. Hope that helps people.. btw, probably go smaller than larger, they give over time and use...
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Why not buying this one for cheaper? https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0784TWL1N $9.99 with 41% clip coupon.
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Been looking for a better knee sleeve that doesn't slip, this looks like it could be it. Thanks.
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I've seen a few studies going around about the benefit of compression socks/sleeves on long term joint health, figured i might give it a go, is this company any good?
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I got these the last go around. First, all sleeves slip. It's just a matter of degree.these do a little better job staying up, but they will still slouch given time. Also, I think they designed them for non-athletic folks. The calf opening is not significantly different than the thigh. So if you have big quads, it'll either be too tight there, or if you go a size up, too loose below the knee.
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curious how did u get the code, these pretty decent for most part.
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As a guy who has bad knees just some info, I have a pair from this company and I believe they are 4mm, I use them for biking, golf (I walk the course) and they are great for that. I use 7mm thickness sleeves for squats at the gym. Hope that helps people.. btw, probably go smaller than larger, they give over time and use...
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I owned a pair. I got them to play contact sports. These were very thick and in just a couple of days the thread began to come apart. I took them back.

I guess if you are not going to excessive that way, they will be ok.
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How do you measure for these ?
Its in the description
"To find your correct size, simply measure your knee circumference, 4 Inches above your Kneecap.
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I have a pair of these for squats. It does help improve the feeling of stability as well as keeping my knees warm during the squatting motion.
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Got one. Hopefully holds up against kicking people, pads, and bags.
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As a guy who has bad knees just some info, I have a pair from this company and I believe they are 4mm, I use them for biking, golf (I walk the course) and they are great for that. I use 7mm thickness sleeves for squats at the gym. Hope that helps people.. btw, probably go smaller than larger, they give over time and use...
I measure at exactly 16. So I'm right in between the med and small. You're saying go smaller? Will I have a hard time getting these on? It's my first pair. Thanks.
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I don't have these exact ones, but the two different sleeves I've had given me a allergic reaction to the silicone gel used for the thigh part to prevent slipping.

This is a caution to those who might be allergic to silicone gel
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Would this be good to use just on one knee? My left knee starts to feel "off" sometimes on my runs/long hikes, been thinking about using something like this.
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I am thinking buying copper fit Compression Knee Sleeve from walmart but may give this a try. Thanks to OP
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