undrgrnd Cliquez ici Baby NEWNEEEW nav-sa-clothing-shoes nav-sa-clothing-shoes Cloud Drive Photos cliquez_ici nav_EasyChoice Cliquez ici Acheter Fire Pack Kindle pour les enfants cliquez_ici Jeux Vidéo Bijoux Marsala Bijoux Montres bijoux Fantaisie
Pour acheter, sélectionnez Taille
Faites votre choix parmi les options à gauche

Mcdavid Genouillère ligamentaire

de McDavid
1 commentaire client

Prix : EUR 46,72 - EUR 842,33
Tous les prix incluent la TVA.
Sélectionner Guide des tailles
  • Comprend les mêmes caractéristiques qu'une attelle perfectionnée : renfort supérieur en forme de fer à cheval, deux baleines médianes et deux baleines latérales.
  • Deux bandes Velcro® et quatre bandes élastiques croisées apportent un soutien supplémentaire aux ligaments.
  • Manchon long en néoprène d'env. 5 mm recouverts de nylon sur les deux faces
  • Compression ferme et soutien musculaire
  • Conserve la chaleur, soulage la douleur et aide à la guérison.
Promotion hygiène de bébé Promotion hygiène de bébé

Offres spéciales et liens associés

Autres offres spéciales :

Descriptif technique

Information sur le produit
Couleurnoir - Noir

Détails sur le produit

  • Date de mise en ligne sur Amazon.fr : 19 septembre 2011
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 3.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
  • Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon: 52.979 en Sports et Loisirs (Voir les 100 premiers en Sports et Loisirs)
  •  Souhaitez-vous faire modifier les images ?

Descriptions du produit

Genouillère de maintien Mc David

Renforcée par quatres baleines à ressorts.
2 bandes Velcro et quatre bandes croisées élastiques.
Renfort rotulien et contreforts articulés.
Genouillères en néopréne de 4 mm
Recouverte de nylon sur les deux faces.

Tour du genou :
S: 30/35cm
M: 35/38cm
L: 38/43cm
XL: 43/50cm
XXL: 50/56cm

Commentaires en ligne

3.0 étoiles sur 5
5 étoiles
4 étoiles
3 étoiles
2 étoiles
1 étoiles
Voir le commentaire client
Partagez votre opinion avec les autres clients

Commentaires client les plus utiles

3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Vincent L le 21 novembre 2013
Taille: XL Achat vérifié
4 possibilités de réglage : en haut, en bas, croisé haut, croisé bas. Je suis satisfait du produit que j'utilise tous les dimanches lors de marche de plusieurs heures. Je porte la genouillère par dessus mon pantalon de marche car au bout de quelques heures, ce qui me semble normal, un pli se forme dans la genouillère à l'arrière du genoux et ça irrite un peu.
Remarque sur ce commentaire Avez-vous trouvé ce commentaire utile ? Oui Non Commentaire en cours d'envoi...
Merci pour votre commentaire.
Désolé, nous n'avons pas réussi à enregistrer votre vote. Veuillez réessayer
Signaler un abus

Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com (beta)

Amazon.com: 437 commentaires
121 internautes sur 133 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
New design flawed 14 août 2011
Par Scuba - Publié sur Amazon.com
The 425 knee brace "WAS" the best knee brace I have ever had! I'm a very active recreational basketball player, I have minor torn meniscus in both of my knees. So, being a very athletic active guy, I have unstable knees! The old design had the cross straps start from behind the knee and come together at the top of the thigh and shin. The new design has the cross straps start at the MCL and LCL ligaments. I find this design to be flawed because, Neoprene...the stretchy material that it is...when you go to tighten the cross straps, it actually pulls the two medial/lateral rods on the side forward towards the knee cap, leaving MCL and LCL ligaments susceptible to injury! Furthermore, if you have torn or worn down meniscus cartilage which causes the knee to be unstable during instance activity...if you have the straps pulling the rods forward, all your really doing is stretching the neoprene fabric in the back and causing the front to bunch up as your being active! However, if Mcdavid had stuck w/ the original design, then the straps would come over the rods keeping them in place and support unstable knees because the cross strap would cover the entire knee from back to front, offering the "level II" support that they claim!

Mcdavid says that the new design is more comfortable w/o the seamless back! I don't feel a change in comfort...and, i'd take the seamless back over a torn ligament or a slip knee any and every time!!!

Mcdavid, you "HAD" the perfect product! At a very economical price too!
49 internautes sur 53 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
The 425R has great support, not too restrictive. Sizing a little small 26 février 2011
Par GoodToBeBob - Publié sur Amazon.com
Achat vérifié
I wear one all day. Improves my condition by about 50% to 75%. Takes a little getting used to when mountain bike riding. While wearing it during the day I have to remember not to bend my leg too much, while sitting, to stop my leg from falling asleep (same feeling when an arm goes numb from sleeping on it). I bought a total of 4 because I need a clean one after mountain bike riding.

I found that the sizing chart, on the McDavid web site "mcdavidusa.com/store/zoom1.asp?SIZING_ID=69", to be one size too small. I measured my knee, while straight at 15 ½ inches and fully bent at 17 inches. This implies a "Large" size but I had to get an X-Large.

Paid $ 33.99 and shipping was free. Purchased on 01-21-2011 directly from Amazon.
Paid $ 33.99 and shipping was free. Purchased on 02-03-2011 directly from Amazon.
Paid $ 33.99 each and shipping was free. Purchased 2 on 02-27-2011 directly from Amazon.
18 internautes sur 19 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Excellent Construction; Support for Ligaments and Mild Arthritis 27 avril 2013
Par James Ellsworth - Publié sur Amazon.com
My daughter-in-law, who is a kinesiology expert working with a major college sports program and who has had her share of knee problems recommended two products, this being the one I selected. My selection process is one recommended by other reviewers:

Step one is to get a real diagnosis for your problem since the knee is a complex joint and different conditions benefit from different devices. I had knee and hip scans.

Step two, was to confirm the need for support below the patella, the need for type two level of lateral support and stability as well as the need for compression and warmth.

Step three: finding the best device possible at an acceptable cost. I read plenty of the reviews for plenty of the products marketed on Amazon and visited some manufacturers sites before giving up and asking my daughter-in-law. At least I had already pieced together an idea of what sort of device would work for my condition.

Step four: the very important process of visiting the manufacturers site to look at sizing and measuring instructions for S, M, L and XL circumferences of the knee. Stand up straight and use a cloth tailor's measuring tape. Get someone to help you to get a good measurement. Sizes are for two-inch ranges with this product but other manufacturers have differing size range measurements. Be aware that the basic sleeve part of these devices must fit snugly in order to provide compression and part of the support. It may take time for new brace users to tolerate the pressure and the feeling of the elastic fabric on the back of the knee. I agree with many reviewers of this type of product that the manufacturer is almost always right in sizing. This company is...even for me with my short(er)legs and heavy thighs and muscular calves. Average sized guys will not have as great a proportion of the thigh-knee-calf area covered by the device but that does not seem to be a critical matter.

Enter the recently-redesigned McDavid model reviewed here. I bought a pair of them to equally support both knees and the cost with shipping was $120. direct from the manufacturer. I feel this is a fine price for this level of support and high quality construction. These braces fit both left and right legs, which is a help. Lateral and medial support on this model is now provided by coiled metal sewn-in elements (judging from the pictures on the site). There is a jell-padded patella ring with doughnut hole that keeps that area in place comfortably. Four two-inch wide Velcro-secured elastic straps criss-cross above and below the patella area (when properly fastened)and provide more support. The whole device is held securely in place by two-inch wide cinch straps that secure with beefy Velcro tabs. The device pretty much stays where I cinch it down, even with hours of wear, walking and sitting. I am beyond running and tennis levels of activity. There is a learning curve for getting the straps fastened properly and in the right order. The method is fairly obvious but it would have helped if the manufacturer had supplied a diagram and a few lines of instruction.

Stitching on these braces is important since there will be continual and flexing strain on all seams. This model has stout thread and plenty of stitches installed evenly along all seams. The fabric is relatively breathable in comparison to neoprene and I do not find it irritating, even with hours of wear on active days. Hand washing is the best method of cleaning.

There is a psychological component to living with knee braces: they are a visible reminder of wear and tear and don't do much to 'pick up' any ensemble featuring skirts, shorts or swimwear. Some ego-adjustment may be necessary. These braces allow 'classic fit' slacks to come on and off easily and don't show through wool or cotton dress trousers. They probably will not work so well (if at all) with pegged leg slacks or the really stretchy curve huggers some women select. Just by having to wear a corrective appliance we are already beyond any 'ideal' condition so in assessing these devices the comparison to make is with pain or no pain; confident walking or concern.

The bottom line for me: These devices also provide a measure of shock absorption and moderate realignment of the upper and lower leg. They partly relieve stress on the ankle and hip joints. I am back to walking three miles a day with my more mobile wife and my knee pain has gone away. Now my feet are sore...
19 internautes sur 21 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
New design "improvements" make the brace generally useless. 10 février 2014
Par JayC - Publié sur Amazon.com
Taille: XL Achat vérifié
"Two Velcro straps and four elastic crossing straps provide additional ligament support; redesigned wide back allows increased mobility and motion."

This brace has been redesigned - I have an old one that I got at least 5 years ago. This new brace has improvements in cuff shape, so it fits onto the leg better, and it also has a smooth rear panel - both of which makes the brace very comfortable.
Where MdDavid messed up is with the four elastic crossing straps that surrounds the knee. This is what separates the 425 from the standard 2-strap brace, and is why somebody would buy this brace. With the old brace design, the four elastic crossing straps are connected together on the back of the knee and wrap around to the front, completely surrounding the joint - it feels like your knee is in a vice - it is extremely supportive and effective. The new design has the straps connecting only halfway around the knee - sharing the seams where the new wide back panel is sewn in. The end result is that all 6 straps float on the front of the knee, so the overall support is gated by the tension on the wide back panel, which is smooth neoprene with no additional reinforcements. Worse yet, the diamond straps cross each other before connecting at the rear-panel seam, so the tension put on them creates a wrinkle across the rear panel. As such, even with all of the extra stuff put on, the brace offers no more support than the simplest of un-strapped neoprene wraps.

Bottom line - don't buy it. It is a shame that they messed up the core of the brace design by moving the strap connection points, because the new cuff design IS very comfortable. If the four elastic crossing straps connected in the back as in the old design, it would be a wonderful brace. Instead, it offers no more support than a the simplest of neoprene wraps. If you can find an old brace (with the 4 straps that surround the whole brace), buy it instead, or if you do buy this brace, plan on sewing in a new set of straps that connect in the back.
16 internautes sur 19 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Great support for hiking!!! 30 juin 2010
Par L. Price - Publié sur Amazon.com
I dislocated my right knee on a recent hiking trip. I chose the McDavid for it's ligament support, which it does very well; especialy with heavy, down-hill loads. I would recommend this to anyone with strained ligaments.
Ces commentaires ont-ils été utiles ? Dites-le-nous

Discussions entre clients

Le forum concernant ce produit
Discussion Réponses Message le plus récent
Pas de discussions pour l'instant

Posez des questions, partagez votre opinion, gagnez en compréhension
Démarrer une nouvelle discussion
Première publication:
Aller s'identifier

Rechercher parmi les discussions des clients
Rechercher dans toutes les discussions Amazon

Amazon EU S.à.r.l. est un opérateur certifié ‘biologique’ conformément à la réglementation BIO de l'UE par l‘organisme certificateur LU-BIO-04.