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Kenny Racing’s Affordable Titanium Knee Brace Perfect for Casual Off-roaders

The knee brace is secured by three adjustable Velcro for the perfect fit

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Aditya Saikrishna
Aditya Saikrishna
I am 21 years old and an avid Motorsports enthusiast.

FRANCE: As the upcoming spring riding season approaches, French manufacturer Kenny Racing has introduced a new titanium knee brace perfect for casual off-roaders. 

While off-road riding gear has come a long way regarding safety and styling, injuries and accidents are still more likely in an off-road scenario. 

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Kenny Racing’s knee brace is designed to provide adequate protection and support to the knees and shins without restricting the range of motion.

The titanium knee guards are aimed at the entry-level market and feature a pre-formed construction and an asymmetrical design optimised to facilitate the movement of each leg. 

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Kenny Racing’s latest offering comes with a double-joint pivot system to make bending the knee much more natural, without the knee brace shifting every time you move. The knee braces also prevent hyperextension of the joint in the event of a drop or crash.

The knee brace is secured by three adjustable Velcro straps for the perfect fit and has a hypoallergenic lining.

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Its slim profile means the rider can wear the knee brace underneath their riding pants for a more discreet look. 

Regarding safety, the knee brace is CE-certified in compliance with the EN162-1:2012 safety standard.

For those who like exploring backcountry roads and light trails aboard their dual-sport machines, Kenny Racing’s titanium knee brace is an affordable option. 

Retailing for 79.95 euros or approximately USD 85, this new product from the 40-year-old French brand offers adequate protection for your knees and shins while ensuring that you can still move your limbs freely.

So, gear up for the upcoming spring riding season with Kenny Racing’s affordable titanium knee brace and confidently explore the off-road trails.

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