// B&C custom bracing provides customised support. Every day. Everywhere.
B&C custom bracing has developed the CLS(X): the first 3D-printed high-impact knee brace. With this brace you can enjoy your sport safely, comfortably and carefree. Whether you ride motocross, golf, ski or skate, our custom knee brace protects your knee joints, without restricting your movement. Discover what we do.
I’ve been using the CLSX braces for a while now, and I’m super happy with these knee braces. They fit exceptionally well and are so nice to ride with. To this day I didn’t have any problems with them!!! I would strongly recommend the CLSX for other riders.
It is exciting to see that you really get your own unique braces. I also let my initials and riders number be put on the braces. The entire process seems very professional to me, it led to a fantastic product.
Krijn van Vroenhoven
I have been using the CLS brace for a year now. It gives extra support and stability for my new knee. I can now go back out on the water with confidence and pleasure!
To dance pain free again is great, i leave the dancing training with a big smile on my face. Such a fantastic feeling to be on the dancing floor again.
Senior World Cup Dancer
I have been riding with the B&C braces since August 2021. Never before had I ever worn such well fitting and comfortable braces. They fit like a glove. Also did not even the slightest wear occur on the hinge system of the braces.
B&C prototype test day
An awesome video of the official test day of our brace prototype with eight different riders at Deurne MC.
For the love of sports and your knees
B&C custom bracing develops custom-made knee braces with the help of 3D printing. We do this according to a unique production method that revolves entirely around realising the perfect fit for you. Behind this process are experts with extensive knowledge of orthopaedic surgery and technical product development. We develop these braces to ensure that you can enjoy your sport as safely as possible.See the process
Rob Bogie, orthopaedic surgeon
Toine Cuijten, technical engineer