Futuro Adjustable Back Support

Breathable, Adjustable - 51" Adjustment - Black

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Help relieves lumbar region back pain
Comfortable support and compression
Allows full range of movement
Easy to put on and take off
Durable lacing for all-day wear
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1 Each
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Support Belt
29" to 51" Back


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Futuro Adjustable Back Support

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truly adjustable, gives good support, but too big

By Vonny

from New Nork, NY

Comments about Futuro Adjustable Back Support:

I'm use a back brace to help me recover from a weakness on my left side that pulls my body in a twist, and becomes painful late in the day. When I put this brace on, it supports my back, so I can focus on keeping my core on my left side engaged so my posture can straighten. I need like this brace best, because it spreads lumbar support over a large surface area. Other lumbar supports aren't tall enough to provide support for the back and the abdominals that assist with good posture. The lumbar pads are terrific. I only take them out when they get in the way of sitting in a chair that provides similar support! I have a 27" waist, so the inside end of the brace (without the velcro) tends to slip out and bunch up on my hip crease, I eventually took the brace in (I'm a seamstress, it was easy to do. I saved the seam-binding and put it back on where I'd cut it) and added velcro on the inside end, which stopped the slipping problem, but I couldn't find any of the soft kind of velcro, which means the inside velcro is a bit stiff. I wish Futuro would 1. put that soft type of velcro on the internal side to prevent the long, unfastened end from slipping out, and 2. make a smaller size, so there is less belting to slip and hang out of the front when tightened in the first place!


Awesome! You need this back brace!

By jenniferanne113

from Akron OH

Comments about Futuro Adjustable Back Support:

This back brace is AWESOME. I've had problems w/my back forever and have tried everything (including other braces, even very expensive medically prescribed ones) and this one beats everything, hands down! It gives great support and allows you to move around and do things while it's on -in fact I use it even before my back hurts just to give me support while I'm doing things and it's prevented me from hurting my back and from my back hurting. My mom's back hurt on Christmas Eve (from cooking and cleaning and everything you do for the holiday) and I took my brace over for her to try---needless to say---she loved it and now I have to buy another one for myself today (day after Christmas) -I really wanted one yesterday but no one was open--so I've printed my coupon (thanks!) and am off to the local drugstore to get my new back brace. Awesome. I'd give it 10 stars if I could. I should have bought more when they had a buy-one-get-one-free sale, I almost did and regret that I passed that up. You will LOVE this brace, it's totally adjustable for any kind of support, it has removable lumbar pads (which I removed during the 1st time I wore it, I wasn't into the pads but they may work for you), it offers the best support, you can make it tighter or wear it looser, and I especially love how tight you can make it (tighter than any other I've ever tried, which makes me feel so supported and even as tight as I can make it I can still sit, bend, etc.) it doesn't chafe, it hasn't made me sweaty (I've had braces that did, ick) it doesn't cut into you or otherwise "bother" you while you are wearing it--I've often worn mine from morning 'til night, sometimes forgetting to take it off until bedtime. One time I slept in it, when my back was killing me but I'm not recommending that, just saying I did it once and it did really help. This back support brace is the best thing that ever happened to my back :) I cannot give a high enough recommendation for this product, if I could invest in it I would, that's how much I believe in it---it'll save your back and allow you to still do all the things you need to do as life happens. Awesome. Oh and you can actually wear it under your clothes and it really doesn't stick out or make you look huge or bulky (it's actually pretty amazing in that respect as well) so no worries about looking "large", you can easily wear this under any of your "normal" clothes and you won't look huge and your clothes won't be too tight. I can't think of anything bad to say about this brace. And no I don't work for anyone associated with it :)

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