This lower back supports the spine to provide stability for those suffering from lower back pain. Criss-cross heavy duty elasticated double pull mechanism for adjustable compression. Non-stretch fabric across the back panel which is designed to provide extra support for the lower back. By keeping the lower back in an upright or extended position, it reduces the strain placed on the pain producing structures of the lower back such as muscles, ligaments, discs and nerve roots. This support provides warmth, support, flexibility and compression to the lower back.
Elastic back support. The back of the waist is sewed into eight support springs, which provide solid support in mid section. Springs on all sides are flexible, easy to bend at waist level.
High quality elastic belt that is comfortable.
Breathable fabric for the waist. Compact and firm.
Effectively support and protect the waist. Helps prevent physical fatigue and pain.
Suitable for football, basketball, cycling, running, tennis, volleyball and other sports.
Size Waist Overall Length
S 22" - 28" (55 - 71cm) 34" (86 cm)
M 28" - 32" (71 - 81cm) 38" (96 cm)
L 32" - 36" (81 - 91cm) 42" (106 cm)
XL 36" - 40" (91 - 101cm) 46" (116 cm)
2XL 40" - 44" (101 - 111cm) 50" (127 cm)
3XL 44" - 50" (111 - 127cm) 54" (137 cm)
4XL 48" - 54" (127 - 137cm) 59" (149 cm)
5XL 52" - 58" (137 -147cm) 63" (160 cm)
6XL 56" - 62" (142 -157cm) 67" (170 cm)
Determining best size:
- If you use the belt on your skin, take your waist measurement around your belly button.
- If you wear the belt on clothing, take your measurement wearing your typical clothes.
- Add 2" or 3" for better fit and comfort.
- If your measurement is close to range upper limit, consider getting the next larger size.
Material: Polyester, spandex
Feature: Elastic and Comfortable
HOW TO PROPERLY WEAR A POSTURE BRACE/CORRECTOR:
1. Loosen and unvelcro all the adjustable straps.
2. Stand up straight and get in your best posture(standing against a wall helps).
3. With your best posture put the brace on and Velcro/tighten any straps so that the brace has a small amount of tension/tightness against your body.
USING YOUR BRACE LONG TERM:
This is how you should wear the brace when you first start. When your body gets tired of holding that posture the brace will feel tighter which is a reminder that you need to straighten up and maintain your posture. The brace should not be so tight that it is uncomfortable to wear. Sizing could be an issue if it is too tight from day one. Over time you can tighten the brace to further achieve better posture.
The purpose of the brace is to train your muscles so that they stay in the proper posture. The more you use it the better your posture will be. It took many years to develop your posture, don't expect results overnight. Consistency is key to improving your posture.