Top Knee Supports for Skiing and Snow

A person skiing wearing a blue coat, white helmet and orange sunglasses. Blue banner reads: Top knee supports for skiing and snow

Ski season is upon us and it’s always a busy time of year for Neo G. The biggest demand between January and April is for knee supports; especially those that have additional features such as stays and additional compression.

According to online reports, knee injuries make up to 55-67% [1] of all snow sport injuries, so it’s no surprise that knee supports are in high demand at the start of the season. If you have a trip to the slopes planned with an unfortunate knee problem, be sure to discuss with your doctor our bestselling knee supports for skiing and snow:

 

Airflow Knee Support

 

Neo G Airflow Knee Support product packaging and a close-up of someone putting it onto their knee

 

Our Airflow Knee Support is slimline and lightweight, making it perfect for wearing underneath clothes without too much hassle. The Multi Zone Compression provides a snug and flexible fit helping to warm muscles whilst providing mild support to the knee.

 

Active Knee Support

 

Neo G Active Knee Support product packaging and a close-up of the product on someone's knee

 

Built for comfort, flexibility and ease of movement, Active knee supports help strains, sprains and instability during skiing and other snow activities. Multi-Zone Compression (MZC) provides targeted mild to moderate support for a snug yet flexible fit. Constructed from a specialist breathable fabric, they helps control moisture during intense activities, such as skiing.

 

Airflow Plus Knee Support

 

Neo G Airflow Plus Knee Support product packaging and a close-up of the product on someone's knee

 

Our Airflow Plus stabilized knee support with silicone patella cushion combines lightweight breathability with the reassuring stabilization of moderate to firm support. Multi-Zone Compression (MZC) is provided by this seamless knit fabric pull-on sleeves support that also features a silicone patella cushion for added protection. The Airflow Plus Stabilized Knee Support support is ideal for skiing and rehabilitation from injury, whilst also helping reduce the likelihood of re-injury.

 

VCS Open Knee Support

 

Neo G VCS Open Knee Support product packaging and a close-up of the product on someone's knee

 

One of our bestselling supports worldwide and recently awarded a "Highly Commended at the 2021 Pharmacy Most Valuable Products awards, the VCS Open Knee Support helps provide added support and stability. With an open patella design with stitched buttress and constructed from heat therapeutic neoprene, it's best suited to help with arthritis and stiffness from injury.

 

 

VCS Stabilised Open Knee Support

Neo G VCS Stabilized Open Knee Support product packaging and a close-up of the product on someone's knee

A top selling knee support, year on year: the VCS Stabilised Open Knee Support has all the benefits of the 885 (above), but with the added feature of additional stays that give an extra bit of bounce. The interchangeable metal spiral stays on either side of the brace help provide flexible support, alongside the open patella design and stitched buttress that help give reinforced support. 

 

Adjusta Fit Hinged Open Knee Support

 

Neo G Adjusta Fit Hinged Open Knee Support product packaging and a close-up of the product on someone's knee

 

If things have gone horribly wrong and you’ve taken a tumble on the slopes you might be in need of something to immobilize and limit movement once you get home. The 898 Adjusta Fit Hinged Open Knee has adjustable dials to help control flexion and extension movements for a prescribed range of motion, helping to limit movement during recovery.

Need a wrist support for skiing?

We have you covered. We know it's not just knees that can feel strained in the snow and if your wrists need some support while skiing we have some great wrist supports and braces for you.

 

Airflow Wrist & Thumb Support

 

Neo G Airflow Wrist & Thumb  Support product packaging and a close-up of the product on someone's wrist

 

Like the Airflow Knee Support, the Airflow Wrist & Thumb Support is also slimline and lightweight providing mild support via Multi-Zone Compression (MZC). This Wrist and Thumb Support helps strains, sprains and instability of the wrist and thumb and is breathable, ideal for use during skiing when you just need some mild support.

 

Active Wrist Support

 

Neo G Airflow Wrist  Support product packaging and a close-up of the product on someone's wrist

 

Offering mild to moderate support via Multi-Zone Compression, the Active Wrist Support, like the Active knee, is built for comfort, flexibility and ease of movement and helps strains, sprains and instability during skiing and other snow activities.

 

VCS Wrist Band

 

Neo G VCS Wrist Band product packaging and a close-up of the product on someone's wrist

 

Our Variable Compression System Wrist Band can be used to apply adjustable mild to moderate compression around the wrist specific to wherever you need it most. Made of durable, heat therapeutic neoprene this support can be used to to help reduce excessive movements at the wrist, particularly whilst skiing.

 

VCS Wrist Support

 

Neo G VCS Wrist Support product packaging and a close-up of the product on someone's wrist

 

The Variable Compression System Wrist Support differs to the wrist band in that in provides a moderate support level. It can also help to manage pain caused by joint or tendon overuse in the wrist or thumb.

 

Kinesiology Tape

 

Neo G Kinesiology product packaging and a close-up of someone's hand holding the roll of blue tape

 

An alternative to a support either for your knee or wrist may be to use NeoTape Kinesiology Tape. It is constructed from a soft, breathable, lightweight hypoallergenic material for comfort during activity and also comes with a visual tension guide, which helps ensure correct tension is applied for the best results.

Whilst a good support or brace can help protect or prevent injuries on the slopes its still a good idea to discuss with your doctor or physiotherapist before utilizing one to make sure it meets your requirements

 

 


 

 

 

A selection of products within the Neo G Active range

 

Our VCS range offers varying levels of support from mild to moderate to firm to provide optimum protection and stability. As a one size solution, these supports are fully adjustable to allow for a custom fit. In addition to this, the heat therapeutic neoprene helps to warm muscles and joints during exercise and rehabilitation, making the VCS range perfect for supporting instability during weights and gym training, as well as helping strains, sprains and weak, arthritic joints.

All products within the Neo G Airflow range

For support in everyday activities, the Airflow and Airflow+ ranges offer lightweight, slimline supports that protect and reduce the impact on joints and muscles. Perfect for taking a walk, playing sport or support with day to day strain.

A selection of products within the Neo G Active range

Our Active range of knitted supports provide a snug, yet flexible fit during sporting and occupational activities. Multi Zone Compression surrounds muscles and joints for targeted support and the multi-way stretch allows flexible and safe movement, providing comfortable support and reducing the likelihood of injury. The specialist breathable fabric helps control moisture during intense activities, whilst the slimline, lightweight design means it can easily be worn under clothes for everyday wear. 

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