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4Titude Knee Brace


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Get your knees completely protected with this ultimate brace while participating in any contact sports.

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Complete Knee Protection

The 4TITUDE™ is DonJoy's lowest-profile brace. Available in DonJoy's same 7 sizes, you also get your choice of 3 lengths, so it's perfect for those who are short or tall, and will easily fit women or men. So if you have mild to severe ACL, PCL, MCL, and LCL instabilities and are looking for solid support for the activities of daily living or non-contact sports, go for 4TITUDE™ and Never Stop Getting Better.

Features and Benefits

  • Patented 4-point dynamic leverage system
  • ACL, PCL and CI versions available
  • Low-profile, lightweight design (18 oz)
  • 7 sizes and 3 lengths
  • Moldable cuffs for custom fit
  • Removable thermal-formed liners and strap pads
  • Numbered straps
  • Flexion/extension stops

Shop our complete selection of knee braces or browse additional DonJoy products.

Size Chart & Fit Help

SIZES AVAILABLE: XS-XXXL Measurements taken 6" above mid-patella

Size Measurements
XS 13"-15 1/2"
S 15 1/2"-18 1/2"
M 18 1/2"-21
L 21"-23 1/2"
XL 23 1/2"-26 1/2"
XXL 26 1/2"-29 1/2"
XXXL 29 1/2"-32"
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  • Ellen at 8/08/2011 7:30 am
    • I an looking for a knee brace for someone with an isolated MCL injury, but the choices on the website are limited to ACL, PCL or combined. The person would be wearing the brace while playing American football. Which would be best for an isolated MCL injury without associated cartilage or ACL/PCL injury? Thank you very much.
    • ACL strapping would be fine. Combined strapping is for someone with both an ACL and PCL injury.
  • Mark at 9/02/2011 1:13 am
    • I'm 32 years old and I just had arthroscopic surgery on my left knee where my doctor found that I have severe osteoarthritis on my left knee and a full ACL tear. I would need full knee surgery later on in the future but suggested for me to use an ACL Brace to keep me active. They gave me a prescription to buy an ACL brace and would like to know which brace I would need to get for an active sports lifestyle. I also would like to know if you accept workers comp insurance cards to pay for the brace. Hope to hear from you. Thanks.
    • You can find our active sport braces here:

      Please note that the ProCare WeekENDER Recreational Activity Brace and ProCare EveryDAY Daily Activity Brace are not rated for sports.
  • Tyler at 18/01/2011 8:39 am
    • I had sugery last March to repair a full ACL tear. I am looking for a brace that will best fit me. The only sports i will be playing are Basketball & Softball. What DonJoy brace would you recommend?..Thank You
    • Hello Tyler,

      The 4titude is recommended for your previous injury and indicated activity level.
  • Bobby at 11/12/2010 8:22 am
    • Will this DonJoy 4Titude Knee Brace support the medial meniscus, Im very active, yoga, swimming, P90x, lots of running... I avg 5k per day. I'm 47 yrs old.
    • Hello,

      To offload the medial side of the knee, you'll need a brace that provides offloading. Please see the DonJoy OAdjuster Osteoarthritis Knee Brace:

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