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Each pair comes with a variety of different resistance rotors, designed to reduce stress on both the MCL and the ACL of the k
Athletic shoe with cleats were created in the late 1880's to provide traction and keep the player from slipping.
Considered revolutionary at the time, cleats really haven't changed much over the past 140 years.
Every year, thousands of players from high school and college to professional leagues see injuries to the knee ligaments, especially the MCL and ACL.
You don't have to receive a hit to hurt your knee -- many MCL and ACL injuries happen when a player cuts or stops too quickly.
Though they're considered mandatory equipment, cleats have an inherent DESIGN FLAW: because they anchor your foot to the ground, they put the knee at risk of injury when acceleration and cutting combine to place unnatural stresses on the tendons and ligaments.
Knee injuries are increasing, especially in the US. Why? Because players today concentrate on ONE SPORT, vying for a college scholarship. This equates to less time for recovery and repeated stresses that come with the same sport being played all year long.
Rotors were conceived to keep more players IN THE GAME. By combining friction with a rotatable circular ROTOR, our shoes can lessen strain to the knee while on the field. Our flexable FINS on the heel of the shoe are designed to FLEX and BEND, to help decrease strain on the ACL which can be exacerbated when a player plants their heels into the turf when coming to a quick stop.
Rotors come with a complete set of interchangeable Rotors (all you need is a coin and 30 seconds) for super-fast changeout of our different rotor sets designed for play on hard or soft ground. In addition Rotors can be changed to provide more or less turning- tension, depending on your weight, flexibility and comfort.
In addition Rotors can be changed to provide more or less turning- tension, depending on your weight, flexibility and comfort.