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author By Jos Dyer, 2 months ago
Pod Active have collaborated with team rider Adam Cianciarulo for a new take on the tried and tested monochromatic K4 2.0 knee brace. 

The new K4 AC9 LE boasts vibrant pops of color and dynamic graphical treatment inspired by AC’s love of the Californian pop punk scene, while still featuring the unprecedented strength and performance of the original K4 2.0 brace.

Covered with flecks of vivid color and playful, quirky graphics, the K4 AC9 LE brace draws inspiration from the pop punk music scene of the late 90s and early 2000s.  That scene had a strong crossover with the board sports and moto lifestyles and the artwork pays homage to the graphical direction of album artwork, tour posters and merch from the time.

“We are always looking to try new things and evolve our product offering. We loved AC’s ideas of drawing from the cultures that inspire him and bringing his own unique style to the brace,” says Pod Active Marketing Manager Byron Marsh.

“This is just the first of a few new looks we have planned for the range and hopefully we can roll out some more collaborations with our Athletes and even artists in the future.”

Adam Cianciarulo is an American professional Motocross racer, and arguably one of the most exciting young AMA Supercross & Motocross riders in history. With a fiery and tenacious nature, the partnership between Cianciarulo and POD Active was born from a unified passion for human movement.

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