Author Topic: Knee Supports  (Read 522 times)

Mel

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Re: Knee Supports
« Reply #15 on: 16:28:11, 14/04/19 »
I currently have a mental image of billowing red shorts tucked into white knee bandages  :D


Apologies, I can't offer anything more constructive to the topic than that  :-[   :-*
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Ralph

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Re: Knee Supports
« Reply #16 on: 16:29:29, 14/04/19 »

I agree - it's not a good look, the best you can do is wear something snappy looking.  I wonder if they make knee supports with go faster stripes?  It is worse it you are using a tubular support bandage- looks like you are wearing long legged knickers.  :)


The Aptonia I use from Decathlon are black with orange piping, they look good with shorts IMHO.

Mel

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Re: Knee Supports
« Reply #17 on: 16:35:20, 14/04/19 »
 :2funny:   Stop it!  The mental images are unbearable  ;D

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Ralph

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Re: Knee Supports
« Reply #18 on: 16:45:33, 14/04/19 »
:2funny:   Stop it!  The mental images are unbearable  ;D
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Mel

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Re: Knee Supports
« Reply #19 on: 16:51:31, 14/04/19 »
Any pics?  :D


Sorry, still chuckling  ;D


... anyway, back on topic before I tell myself off ....



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hongkongphooey

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Re: Knee Supports
« Reply #20 on: 02:00:16, 17/04/19 »
I had a cartilage op about 15yrs ago on my left knee and now wear an neoprene support when I go running. Not to sure if it offers any benefit...but gives me confidence  O0