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Old 12-08-2012, 02:42 PM   #4
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This is an interesting topic, because I am also looking for a new set of knee bands.

I am going with the rehbands, because of the great reviews they get. However, they are very pricey.

Right now I have a pair of Tommy Kono Knee Bands, I am with them. They give great support and warmth, however they did tear after only a few months.

If you are looking for a cheaper alternative, you can check out vulcan support gear
TheWeakGetEaten - VULKAN Supports for Athletes, Strongman, Highland Games, Weight Lifting, Power Lifting, Body Building.

I am getting the elbow sleeves, and warm pants from Vulkan for Christmas, so I can give some reviews after then
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