Nothing really to add to the subject. I've just noticed that they are pricey and I was wondering if there's a good reason they're so much.
Never used them personally (I use the titan knee sleeves) but I have friends that do. They swear by them and they seem to hold up well over time. My titans are probably a year and a half old and they're starting to tear on the back seam. Other people have had less luck with titans. Supposedly they've fixed that problem.
I don't think you'd regret getting the rehbands.
I have a pair of the blue ones. I'd say they are a worthwhile investment.
I have a pair that I used when patellar tendonitis was bothering me, they are very good for keeping the joint warm.
I've had mine for about 6 years now. They are well worth the investment. Keep the knees toasty warm and stay in place. Hit them with febreze every now and then and they stay like new. I typically use them twice a week in the cooler months in the ol garage.(Oct-Mar)
yep, they're brilliant. Solidly-made, but flexible enough to do Farmer walks etc . I went through 3 pairs of tommy konos' in a year before spending the money
^ I went through 2 pairs of TKs before I caved in and got rehbands. Love them.
Never tried the Rehbands but for the money I have always really liked my McDavids. I had one pair that stood up to 3 football seasons and a flag football league before I replaced them. Depending on which model you get they are several dollars cheaper than the rehbands.
I prefer Titan's knee sleeves, as they're basically the same but $20 cheaper.
Ive had my cheap McDavids since 2003 or so, in high school wrestling. Shelved em for a bit til a started lifting and they only have some insignificant stitching missing. I think it was something like 14 bucks for the pair.