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(2nd try) Carbon fiber knee brace

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I think I may have overloaded my first try on posting this due to too large pictures.  Let's try it again...

 

I'm selling a right-leg knee brace that was prescribed to me after ACL surgery in 2012.  It is as-new: I wore it once on a 5 mile trail run and once skiing.  I just never bought into the whole brace philosophy and preferred to heal my leg without one.  But that's just me...

 

It's made by Ossur, make CTi (pro-sports model) (link takes you to 2014 version).  It's water-sports compatible, being made from non-corrosive materials.  The frame is carbon fiber.  It is very light and very sleek.  Skiing, you'd wear it over you long-johns and under your pants. 

 

It's a size medium.  The space between the knee pads is 4" but you can get smaller pads to fit up to 4.5".  For reference, my knee circumference (around the widest part of my femur, where the pads fit) is about 15".  

 

I see that this brace is being sold for around $750 on the interwebs.  I'm asking $200 + shipping (should be cheap, as it's feather light).

 

Let me know if you have any questions.  Here are some photos (which I hope don't crash this thread again)...


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Bump, for those with bad knees!  I don't use this, so any reasonable offer will be entertained.

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Bump after prior sale fell through.  $150 shipped

 

EDIT: I put the brace up at ebay with a reserve of $120 shipped.  I'll sell it to a bear for the reserve price...


Edited by AlbuquerqueDan - 11/23/14 at 10:16am
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