Aulora Pants VS Knee Guard & Choosing The Right Support For Your Knee

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For your information, my husband and I have partnered with BE International since March 2018 building our network marketing business.

In the BE business, there is quite a wide range of health and wellness product.

One of the most popular product from BE is the Aulora Pants with Kodenshi.

In this article, I thought of sharing 3 differences between a normal knee guard versus the Aulora Pants.

Before I proceed, a quick note of disclaimer.

I am not a medical doctor.

The information I am sharing on this article is based on my personal experience, online research and reading from reputable and trusted web pages.

I will leave hyperlinks to the web pages of my information sources for your reference.

If you are not sure, please do your own further reading and research.

This article is for educational purposes only.

If you have health issues caused by serious illnesses, I would strongly advise you see a medical doctor.

The differences

A knee guard that you can purchase online or from the pharmacies and the Aulora Pants serve different purposes.

They are also used to target different areas of our body.

Therefore, the differences of these 2 items lie in their design, function, and intended usage.

1) Targeted area

Firstly, let’s understand the targeted area of both garment.

As you know, a knee guard is specifically designed to provide support, stability and protection to our knee joint.

Knee guard is usually worn directly over our knee to help prevent injuries, reduce strain and alleviate pain on our knee.

A knee guard can help to relieve pain caused by tendonitis, arthritis or ligament injuries.

The targeted area for the Aulora Pants on the other hand is quite different.

The pants is a full-length compression garment that covers your entire lower body including your hips, thighs, knee and lower back.

The pants, especially the Aulora Pants Men design are designed to provide overall support, compression, and therapeutic benefits to the muscles, knee joint and blood circulation of our lower body.

2) Compression and support

Next, let’s understand the compression and support of both items.

A knee guard typically offer compression and support to your knee joint.

Therefore, it can help to stabilise your patella or kneecap and the surrounding structures during physical activity or sports.

Knee guard may have built-in features such as adjustable straps, padding or reinforced panels to provide support and protection.

The Aulora Pants on the other hand provides compression and support to your entire lower body such as your knees, hips, thighs and lower back.

The segmented compression section of the Aulora Pants helps to improve blood circulation and reduce muscle fatigue.

This in return helps to enhance recovery of your lower body, increase overall comfort and performance during exercise or daily activities.

3) Functionality

Thirdly, let’s understand the functionality of both items.

Knee guards are primarily designed for use during activities that place stress on our knees such as running, cycling, or while playing high intensity sports such as badminton, football, basketball etc.

Wearing a knee guard can help to prevent injuries, reduce pain and support your knee joint during fast movements.

How about the functionality of the Aulora Pants?

The Kodenshi pants from Japan is a versatile compression garments that can be worn during many types of activities including exercise, sports or everyday wear similar to an athleisure.

The pants provides overall support and comfort to your lower body, promote blood circulation which can help to reduce muscle fatigue and aid in recovery regardless of the types of sports or activity.


While both conventional knee guards and the Aulora Pants offer support and compression, knee guards focus specifically on your knee joint only while the Aulora Pants with Kodenshi provides comprehensive support to your entire lower body with the added benefit of promoting blood circulation.

That being said, the choice between the two depends largely on your needs, preferences and the specific areas of your body requiring support or therapeutic benefits.

Thank you for reading this article and I hope my sharing above was helpful for you.

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The content above are for information and educational purposes only.

Please do your own due diligence. If you are not sure, please consult a medical professional.

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