What is the Aircast Knee Strap?

Completely relieves knee pain in 80% of patients with Osgood Schlatter's and Patella Tendonitis! This knee strap features the Aircast AirCell to deliver compression to the Patella Tendon.

When can I use it?

  • Perfect for the relief of mild to moderate Patella Tendonitis (Jumpers Knee).
  • Perfect for Osgood Schlatter's Disease.
  • Suitable for all sports, not just jumping activities
  • Ultra-lite weight makes it a favourite with runners who have mild Patella Tendonitis.

Which size do I need?

Can be used on either knee.

Measure around knee, just below the knee cap.

One size: 25- 43cm (10-17").

How does it work?

The patented Aircast AirCell is positioned against the Patella Tendon and held in place with a comfortable foam strap which fits around the knee. This is custom fitted by simply tightening a Velcro strap.

The resultant pressure is ingeniously directed to the Patella Tendon region by the Aircast AirCell. This comfortable pressure limits the girth (width) of the Patella Tendon, thus reducing the force that is transmitted through the tendon. This 'un-loading' reduces the strain on the tendon which helps to relieve the symptoms of Patella Tendonitis and Osgood Schlatter's disease.

General Specs
One SizeYes
WeightUltra Light
Material Compositionn/a
Latex FreeYes
Indication (General)
IndicationOsgood Schlatter Disease / Patella Tendonitis / Runner's Knee
Impact PreventionNo
General Specs (Braces & Support)
Brace LengthShort
Warranty Frame and/or Hingen/a
Warranty Linersn/a
Brace Version1 Panel
Functional Specs (Braces & Support)
Standard Thigh & Short calfn/a
Short Thigh & Calfn/a
Standard Thigh & Calf n/a
Strap Configuration (Brace)
Strap Configuration ACLNo
Strap Configuration PCLNo
Strap Configuration CINo
Strap TypeAdjustable
Number of Straps1
Buckles TypeVelcro
Frame Specification (General)
Soft MaterialsYes
Indication (Knee)
Patellofemoral OANo
ACL InjuryNo
PCL InjuryNo
Combined Instability (ACL + PCL)No
MCL InjuryNo
LCL InjuryNo
OA, No Secondary InjuryNo
General Anterior Knee PainNo
Meniscal InjuryNo
General InstabilityNo
General Knee SwellingNo
Frame Specification (Braces & Support)
Air-Filled ChambersYes
Spare Condyle Pads Includedn/a