Mobius Braces Announces New Sizes for X8 Knee Brace

X8 Knee Braces now includes smaller and larger sizes

Mobius Braces has expanded their size range of the X8 Knee Brace in order to add more coverage for more motocross riders. Their new selection of sizes have expanded to XXS, XS, XL, and XXL which will accompany the current selection of Small, Medium, and Large.

Mobius X8 Knee Brace for Motocross riders
Mobius Braces are expanding their range of sizes to range from XXS to XXL.Photo Courtesy of Mobius Braces

The Mobius X8 Knee Brace has been the result of over seven years of research and development by top tier professionals like Ryan Villopoto and Ryan Dungey. Racers are continuously suffering from knee injuries so the Mobius X8 Knee Brace has come in to bring ease, comfort, and support to riders. It is a progressive and comfortable evolution of the common knee brace and seeks to protect riders from these unfortunately common injuries.

The CCRS (Continuous Cable Routing System reinforces crucial knee ligaments by resisting excessive movement under extreme load. Ingenious routing of the cable allows the brace to grip and protect the rider's femur, tibia, and knee from hyper extension and bending.

Mobius X8 Knee Brace for Motocross riders
The CCRS (Continuous Cable Routing System) adjusts to the perfect fit with a simple turn of the locking aluminum dial for better comfort and protection.Photo Courtesy of Mobius Braces
Mobius X8 Knee Brace for Motocross riders
The lightweight shell conforms to the rider's leg shape and creates 360 degrees of protection that won't rotate or slip while riding.Photo Courtesy of Mobius Braces
Mobius X8 Knee Brace for Motocross riders
Cable routing through the flexible tendon back plate reinforces main knee ligaments with comfortable and non-migrating protection.Photo Courtesy of Mobius Knee Braces
Mobius X8 Knee Brace for Motocross riders
Tech Specs of the X8 Knee BracePhoto Courtesy of Mobius Knee Brace

Some of the 2016 team athletes who are protected with the Mobius X8 Knee Braces include Ryan Villopoto, Ryan Dungey, Christian Craig, and Dean Wilson.

For more information check out Mobius' website.