MEDIA

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  • 04/09/18

    Zamst Announces New President Yosuke Suzuki

    Former President, Kozo Suzuki, founded Nippon Sigmax Co., Ltd. in 1973 which went on to become a Japanese orthopedics market leader providing products and services to help people lead healthier and more productive lives. The company’s mission is to deliver products and services that support individuals’ active lifestyles and quests to improve their physical health.

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  • 04/03/18

    Zamst Launches the ZK-X Knee Brace

    The ZK-X is an extra strong knee brace for moderate to severe sprains of the ACL, MCL, and LCL. Its immediate lineage is Zamst’s ZK-7 knee brace, most notably worn by Denver Bronco, 2018 Pro Bowl MVP, and Zamst’s Elite Team Member, Von Miller.The unique lateral and medial hinged support system provides additional reinforcement to the knee joint and is the primary feature that differentiates the ZK-X from the ZK-7.

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  • 03/26/18

    Stephen Curry to play in Under Armour low-tops for first time

    "These shoes are an evolution in my signature series and engineered to work in tandem with my braces better than any shoe previously," Curry told ESPN.

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  • 02/22/18

    Zamst Renews Partnership with Renowned Mountaineer Melissa Arnot Reid

    Zamst, a global leader in high-performance sports injury prevention and protective equipment, is pleased to announce their renewed partnership with U.S. Mountaineer, Melissa Arnot Reid.

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  • 02/08/18

    Zamst Golf Athlete Scott Langley Wins Web.com Tour's 2018 Panama Championship

    Zamst Elite Athlete, Scott Langely, claimed his first professional victory winning the Web.com Tour's Panama Championship. Langley overcame a six-stroke deficit with an impressive 5-under 65 to finish 7-under 273 at Club de Golf de Panama.

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  • 01/25/18

    Cool stuff at the 2018 PGA Merchandise Show

    Aimed to replace ratty medical tape, the Japanese company announced a non-adhesive wrist band as part of its Filmista Series for comfortable wrist support. After heeding feedback that the current wrist band is too bulky, the company designed the Filmista to fit seamlessly under a golf glove to prevent or recover from sprains or tendonitis and combats instability.

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