bauerfeind genutrain knee support (p3) review @ the best knee braces

This Bauerfeind Genutrain Knee Support (P3) is a Level II brace, which provides “ADDITIONAL”, versus your plain old BASIC support. It is only available in one color, which is what you see above. If you have minor knee pain because of a strain/sprain or inflammation, or you are just looking for some extra support during physical activities, the Bauerfeind GenuTrain P3 knee brace is fantastic choice. What’s great about this brace is that it is a light-weight elastic knee support so it is very easy to carry around. Whether you are going to the gym or going to a physically demanding job, just shove it in any bag and off you go.
 

Bauerfeind Genutrain Knee Support (P3) Info & Review

 
This brace has a lot of great features, but for now I’m going to cover my two favorite. The first is the material. This knee brace is made of a high-quality special knit material which is designed to mold to any body shape, making sure that it is snug (but not too much) in pretty much any situation. It is extremely breathable and gives you the warmth and compression you need to help manage some of the pain. The second is the added patella protection. The added silicone insert is great if you are having problems with your knee cap and want to make sure that it doesn’t move around too much. This is one of the major reasons why it is recommended by so many people for running. Other features include:

  • A corrective guide on each side that stops your kneecap from drifting side to side.
  • An adjustable strap that lets you control your kneecap movement.
  • Muscle-relaxing pads to help reduce pain.
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    The only major downside to the Bauerfeind Genutrain Knee Support is that after a few years, you may notice that it stretches a bit if you use it a lot. The P3 is also more expensive that most knee sleeves, so it is important to weigh the pros and cons before buying it. In my opinion though, you won’t go wrong.

     

    Bauerfeind Genutrain Knee Support (P3) Product Demonstration

     

     
     


     
     
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    Disclaimer – I am not a doctor and I am not qualified to provide medical advice. This review was posted for informational purposes only and should not be interpreted as medical advice. Read full disclaimer.
     

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6 thoughts on “Bauerfeind Genutrain Knee Support (P3) Review

  1. The P3 is great! My knees were giving me some grief but I still wanted to run so I figured I’d give it a shot. Great investment. It definitely got me through longer runs. Now I just have to work on strengthening my muscles. 🙂

    1. Fantastic! There is nothing like a long run to make you feel good. Glad it worked out for you. Txs for the feedback.

  2. I have patella femoral pain from years of basketball. Bad biomechanics and cartillage damage

    Do you recommend the Genutrain, or the Genutrain P3?

    1. Hi JC. They both have an insert which protects the patella, however the P3 was designed to prevent the patella from shifting, which may be what you need.

      From their site: “GenuTrain P3 relieves pain caused by misalignment of the kneecap (patellar lateralization), anterior knee pain (patellofemoral pain syndrome) or pain associated with patellar tip syndrome.”

      I hope this helps.

  3. I have dislocated my knee and now my patella is not tracking properly. I Snowboard for my job and I need to know if this would be enough support to snowboard everyday?

    1. Hi Abby – Sorry to hear about your knee. Genutrain’s P3 model is a great knee sleeve for kneecap dislocation and kneecap tracking issues and was designed with athletes in mind. I can’t personally comment on the snowboarding part (haven’t done it myself), but I did some research and found some positive reviews from other skiers saying that it can last throughout a regular day of skiing. I think it will do the trick, but I would pass it by your doctor first to confirm just because depending on the severity of your dislocation, you may need something more rigid than a sleeve. Hope this helps.

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