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TriZone Elbow Support

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Our DONJOY Performance Trizone Elbow Sleeve is a unique hybrid design combining the properties of compression and bracing in a single sleeve. The carbonized bamboo circular knit construction allows for targeted, zonal compression with anti-bacterial and thermal regulating properties. Three distinct compression zones which include: a stability zone with strategically placed injected silicone to provide support for the elbow joint and the benefit of enhanced proprioception, a compression zone which improves circulation and provides mild support to the joint structure and surrounding muscle tissue, and a comfort zone that provides lighter compression for enhanced fit and better range of motion. The Trizone elbow support is a low profile performance product designed to keep you moving through repetitive motion injuries including strains, swelling and inflammation, tendinitis and soreness.

Features & Benefits

  • Three zones of compression strategically placed around the elbow deliver peak performance
  • Silicone banding injected directly onto the sleeve targets pain from golf and tennis elbow while stabilizing the joint and supporting the bicep and triceps muscles
  • All-natural Carbonized Bamboo is thermal regulating and anti-bacterial helping eliminate odors
  • Anti-migration technology helps to keep the elbow sleeve secure to the bicep and eliminate slip
  • Reflectivity for enhanced visibility in low light conditions
  • Product Line: Trizone

Size Chart & Fit Guide

Measurement taken at mid-bicep

SIZING NOTE: Runs big, we encourage you to size down


Measurement Small Medium Large X-Large
Inches 10 - 11.5 11.5 - 13 13 - 14.5 14.5 - 16
Centimeters 25 - 29 29 - 33 33 - 37 37 - 41

Product Questions

  • Lion at 7/12/2016 4:36 PM
    • My son plays QB and is recovering from a bicep injury. Can this be worn while throwing the ball? Will this help to prevent bicep injuries as well? Thanks!
    • Yes you can use the TriZone Elbow Support while throwing the ball. Its a compression brace so it does not provide any protection against injury. The DonJoy Performance Bionic Elbow will provide more protection,it has bilateral polycentric hinges with hyper extension stops help to support unstable elbows.
      See the link below:
      https://www.donjoyperformance.com/bionic-elbow-brace
  • Don at 7/8/2016 5:02 PM
    • Hi. My unflexed bicep is 14 1/2 inches. Should I go with the large or extra large. Thanks
    • We would suggest the XL based on that measurement.
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  • Binny at 7/4/2016 8:54 AM
    • What are the washing instructions for this product?
    • The TRIZONE needs to be hand washed with mild detergent and air-dry.
  • Mel at 7/3/2016 9:11 AM
    • I play a lot of racquet sports (paddle and pickleball). I developed both tennis and golf elbow. Would this device alleviate the pain or should I just rest elbow for a few months?
    • The Trizone Tennis/Golf Support may be a better option to relieve the pain for racquet sports. If you need more compression, try the Trizone Elbow Support.
      https://www.betterbraces.com/trizone-tennis-golf-support
  • Jeremy at 6/29/2016 7:29 AM
    • Two questions: 1) Is the size chart for the Tri-zone elbow brace based on a flexed (contracted) bicep, or a relaxed bicep? 2) Can the brace be worn while working out, or should it only be worn pre/post activity. Thanks!
    • The size chart for the Trizone Elbow Support is based on a relaxed bicep. Yes, it may be worn while working out.
  • Kiyo at 5/11/2016 5:06 AM
    • I have a spur on my olecranon process that is tender when I extend my arm fully (throwing, tennis forehand, golf swing). Would you recommend the trizone elbow support or the bionic elbow brac? I'm looking for something that would impeed my elbow from extending to full 180º. Thanks!
    • If you want to restrict elbow extension you will want to go with the Bionic elbow and use the straps to limit that motion
  • VBall enthusiast at 4/18/2016 6:08 AM
  • JoJo at 2/17/2016 7:04 AM
    • i have fluid in my elbow causing microfractures in my growth plate would this brace help me with throwing a baseball?
    • The Trizone will help with the swelling on the joint
  • Ben at 1/17/2016 9:07 AM
    • I am a bowler and a golfer. I have been dealing with soreness and some weakness in my elbow. Would the trizone elbow brace be my best option?
    • The Trizone Elbow support will provide compression and mild support to the elbow. If that is what you are looking for then this support would be appropriate
  • TJ at 1/4/2016 2:17 PM
    • I have Golfers and Tennis elbow [Tendinosis] and play competitive baseball. would this be the correct choice for use while throwing/pitching or would a different product be recommended? I am looking for maximum support with minimum impediment during throwing and swinging.
    • The Trizone Tennis/Golf Support would provide you with the best support while playing baseball. http://www.donjoyperformance.com/trizone-tennis-golf-support?
  • Gean at 11/23/2015 3:11 PM
    • bicep tendon trouble
    • The Trizone Elbow Support will provide compression to the arm and mild support around the muscles of the arm
  • Harold at 11/18/2015 3:22 PM
    • I have boxing related injuries and have forearm pain, making it hard for me to do biceps curls. Will the compression in the trizone elbow support alleviate the pain?
    • Harold
      The Elbow support will provide compression and may make your forearm feel better
  • Matt at 9/24/2015 12:58 PM
  • david wilkinson at 8/30/2015 6:28 PM
    • I want to order a trizone sleeve for each arm - cant find such an option on your form???
    • David
      The Trizone elbow Support is Universal to either arm so you will just order two
  • Ben at 8/30/2015 12:54 AM
    • Hello,
      I have been dealing with medial epicondylitis for a while now. I do a bit of throwing regularly. You have the trizone tennis/golf support that is smaller than this one and focuses only on the medial epicondylitis. How much does this one focus on the ME? The same? less? more? Thank you.
    • Ben
      This Trizone Elbow support offers the same support for both medial and lateral epicondylitis
  • Scott at 8/20/2015 3:40 PM
    • Will this alleviate or reduce greatly the pain felt on the outside of the elbow when extending arm straight, where locking out your arms in mandatory, such as overhead squats or even when doing ring dips?
    • Scott
      This product will provide compression and the silicone on the outer portion of the sleeve is positioned to provide support on both sides of the elbow joint as well ad over the bicep and tricep muscles
  • mike rivera at 8/15/2015 9:36 AM
    • HI -

      ARE THE ELBOW SLEEVES SOLD AS A PAIR,OR INDIVIDUALLY.

      THANKS
    • Mike
      The elbow sleeve is sold individually
  • Dkones at 6/23/2015 11:30 AM
    • Can this be used while playing golf? It would be on the lead arm. It looks a little restrictive.
    • Hello,
      Yes you can use the TriZone Elbow Support while playing golf. The support is low profile, and has a lighter compression for better fit so it will not restrict your range of motion.

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    Sizing is a little off, but looks good

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    I have medial epicondylitis in my elbows so I ordered this sleeve, hoping to help relieve the pain during basketball and weight lifting. I measured the middle of my bicep (at resting position) at about 12 inches (30.5 cm), so I ordered a medium. I'm sure it will vary for everyone but for me, the medium was a little too tight. I've played basketball with it on one time and it was honestly very difficult to slide it up onto my arm. Rather than a compression type of fit, it felt more like it was squeezing my arm so it was slightly uncomfortable. Had I know that it was going to fit like this, I would have gotten a large. I was reluctant to go a size up since the website said it runs a little big. Again, we are all built differently, so go with your best judgement (flip a coin?) on sizing based on your mid bicep measurement. It might help, in the future, if they offered up a sizing measurement for the forearm as well (this is where I had trouble sliding the sleeve up my arm. Hopefully, I can pick up a larger size in the future but I'll just have to deal with the extra tight fit for now.
    Pros: It looks good and would probably feel a lot better if I were to size up to a large.
    Cons: Sizing measurements vary, depending on the individual.
    Posted on July 6, 2017

    This is the real deal in protection and support

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    Looks good. Does what it is intended to do: keep elbow joint warm, add stability, allows for easy full ROM during all activities. Would highly recommend this brace. You should send products to my lab and i would personally put your product through the rigors and give you needed feedback.
    Pros: Stability, protection of elbow joint. Seems to reduce inflammation, Keep joint warm. Could wear it all day if I had to. Could comfortably wear it as i sleep.
    Cons: Can't really think of any. Buy it!
    Share Your Usage: Preventing Injury, Recovering from Injury, Daily Use, Sports
    Posted on May 9, 2017

    Helpful but not big enough

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    This has been helpful but there needs to be a larger size. My husband is muscular but not weightlifter big and the x large is too small. He's stretched it and wears it but would probably wear it longer if it fit better.
    Pros: Supportive and durable
    Cons: Too small
    Share Your Usage: Preventing Injury, Recently Injured, Recovering from Injury, Daily Use
    Posted on May 2, 2017

    It was very helpful for the initial injury.

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    Great support, and stability
    Pros: Light weight
    Cons: No down side.
    Share Your Usage: Recently Injured, Recovering from Injury, Occasional Use
    Posted on May 1, 2017

    Very Good Product

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    This is a very good product. I was surprised how well it worked to relieve my elbow pain during workouts. This was especially surprising since it is a knitted sleeve and not a mechanical brace.
    Pros: Good support, light weight, easy to clean.
    Share Your Usage: Preventing Injury, Recovering from Injury, Occasional Use, Sports
    Posted on March 9, 2017

    Excellent Elbow Brace

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    This is a well made, comfortable and durable elbow brace. Quality is a key factor, and I am very pleased with this purchase
    Pros: Comfort, Fit and drability
    Cons: Washing is a chore
    Share Your Usage: Preventing Injury, Chronic Instability, Occasional Use
    Posted on February 20, 2017

    Good product does what it's supposed to.

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    Definitely helps during a workout.
    Posted on December 6, 2016

    Fits perfect

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    Great brace
    Posted on December 5, 2016

    Good product

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    It gave my athlete (QB) the support he needed after his elbow injury. He was very happy with it.
    Posted on October 26, 2016

    If current comfort level is maintained, I would upgrade my recommend to "definitely"

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    Over the years I have episodes of tennis and golf elbow, this brace makes exercise with free weights possible.
    Playing golf twice a week no longer causes problems. Tennis has yet to be evaluated.
    Note: In high school and college I threw the javelin and had shoulder and elbow injuries.
    Posted on August 7, 2016