Mueller Adjustable Elbow SupportItem Number: 4283162
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Designed to help protect and support sore, weak or injured elbows, the adjustable elbow support by Mueller ® is made with recycled and non-petroleum based materials. The soft, neoprene blend retains body heat for increased circulation to help relieve pain, promote healing and keep your elbow flexible. The slip-on design provides the user with easy application.
- Extended Coverage for additional support and stability
- Hydramesh panel provides increased breathability where you need it most
- Adjustable straps for a custom fit
- Antimicrobial treatment reduces odor causing bacteria
- Comfortabale for all day wear
Country of Origin: Taiwan
Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by jdk Mueller elbow support I purchased this item without actually seeing it in the store. I had been looking for a support of this type for awhile. I purchased two and they work just fine. It gives my elbow medium protection which was what I wanted. It is easy to put on and I am very satisfied. Mueller has always made fine quality product and this is another one. June 5, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by matthill78 Does the job The wrap has provided the type of comfort and support I expected. Great to use for heavy lifting days. January 11, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Loganstone For serious elbow support, keep looking I liked the idea of adjustable straps. Problem is, they refuse to stay closed! Everytime I lift heavy (which is when I need the most support) the velcro straps pop right off. If you want real elbow support for strenuous activity, look elsewhere. August 3, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Just an RA chick Great brace for fit/support/comfort!! I use this when my RA in my elbows act up and it is great for support and helping ease the pain through the compression which is adjustable with the straps. The tighter- the more compression. Even better it's made from recycled plastic! (very soft sleeve) August 25, 2010
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