Sitting in front of a computer all day can have negative consequences: Your shoulders roll forward and your spine becomes excessively curved in the thoracic region. This posture brace prevents this by reminding you to keep your shoulders back and your spine properly aligned. The textile material provides gentile encouragement but not too much support so that your muscles still have to do the work, become stronger and more active in the process.
The adjustable back element allows the posture brace to be individually adjusted and thus ensures a high level of wearing comfort. The padded straps make it comfortable to wear and the belt clips in the back prevent the strap from slipping.
The POSTURE 2.0 is available in 2 different sizes. The two available sizes (S/M/L and XL/XXL) are based on common clothing sizes.
The posture brace can be worn simply under or over clothing and is suitable for everyday use - whether in the office, at home, while driving or while exercising. The unisex design and fit allows men and women equally to wear the back brace.
Talk to your doctor or therapist before using the POSTURE 2.0 if you have an acute back or neck injury. The POSTURE 2.0 is not suitable for children under 12 years of age.
80% Nylon, 15% Cotton, 5% Elastane
PUTTING IT ON
Wear the POSTURE 2.0 back brace over a T-Shirt or any other base layer. First adjust the regulatory system on the back to desired size/intensity and close the velcro leash. Put the posture brace on like a jacket by slipping the arms through the openings. Adjust the size with the velcro straps. Tighten the POSTURE 2.0 so that two fingers can fit between your shoulder and the strap. You purposely won ÃŒt find a size scale on the posture brace. Adjust the back brace in a way you feel comfortable wearing it. In any case, it should not feel uncomfortable. When you are standing upright, you should barely feel the back brace. When your shoulders are slouching forward, you should feel a slight pull. This is a reminder to stand tall and pull your shoulders backward.
THE RIGHT TIME
Start by wearing the posture brace for short periods of time. Increase the time when your muscles are getting stronger. Note that wearing the back brace should never feel uncomfortable.