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The CTi Knee Brace is synonymous with extreme sports the world over, making headlines since 1983. It was the brainchild of a keen motocross rider and skier whose mobility had been compromised following an accident where he was hit by a car which resulted in ligament damage. This limited his ability to fully enjoy the sports he loved so he needed something that enabled that enjoyment as well as protecting him against subsequent damage.
Braces for extreme sport can be hard to come by but the CTi Knee Brace is a world renowned brace known for its high level of safety and is the perfect way to protect your knees from injury.
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The CTi is available in an OTS (Off The Shelf) version and a custom version. The OTS version does exactly as the name suggests in that it goes straight from the shelf to your knee to your sport of choice, it’s that simple. For the Custom model we take exact measurements of your leg before sending them to our facility in Mexico where they build a model of your leg and mould the custom brace around it so that it will be a perfect fit for you.
There are two versions of the CTi in that of the Standard and Prosport models. The only difference is that the Pro Sport is designed for impact sports such as motocross and is manufactured with additional layers of carbon fibre for added protection when active.
Today, CTi Knee Braces is known the world over and worn by many extreme sports athletes, including Shaun Simpson, Billy Morgan, Lee Debuse, Katie Summerhayes and Andrew Cotton to just name a few.
Since 1983, the CTi has been providing protection ad support to the knee joint. The initial idea and designs from the brace came from Californian Jim Castillo - a keen motocross rider and skier who severely damaged his knee after being hit by a car.
Named after the carbon frame and titanium hinges that make up the brace, the first one was sold to a motocross rider. It has since become a staple piece of kit for many professionals from various sporting disciplines, including skiing, snowboarding, wakeboarding, surfing and mountain biking.
The introduction of the off-the-shelf version of the brace in 1994 cemented the CTi’s place within the extreme sports market by providing a less expensive and adjustable option that still maintains the high level of control that the principles of the brace were designed upon.