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Nylon + Spandex
Made from quality breathable material which increases blood circulation and provides soothing warmth; aids in reducing injury recovery time.
Breathable fabric provides soft tissue support without heat, breathable, perspiration quickly dry, comfortable, retentionhold up very well and relieve fatigue. Can still fit your elbow eveytime!
Mcolics elbow Compression Bandage Wrap apply even pressure across your elbow joint, which provides moderate relief from a variety of ailments including tendonitis, joint inflammation, tennis elbow, golf elbow, and other elbow pain. With the sleeves, you will be able to tackle any activity life throws your way, while ensuring you are a step ahead in injury prevention!
Easy to put on and take off, produce pressure effect on the joints; Strong Velcro closure to allow for easy application, ensure that will not fall off in the movement, increases ankle fixity. When you take it off, just roll and put away or keep in your purse!
Length:70cm/27.6 Inch,Width:7.5cm/2.95Inch. Sold as pairs. Suitable for any activity requiring arm movement, including Tennis, Golf, Baseball, Basketball, Crossfit, Weightlifting / Powerlifting, and Volleyball. Youâll be able to enjoy exceptional elbow support while still maintaining your peak performance and full range of arm motion!
Features: Help support and stabilize injured or weak ankles during activities. Elasticity and contour design to fit your elbow. Lightweight and seamless construction provides maximum comfort. Ideal for outdoor sports like climbing, hiking, basketball, tennis, etc.
Specifications: Name: Sport Elbow Compression Bandage Wrap Support Material: Nylon / spandex Color: Black/Blue/Skin color/White/Black with blue/Gray with white/Red with white Size: Length about 70cm Suitable for: Universal, Ridding,running, baseketball, badminton and so on
Package included: 1 Pair x Elbow Compression Bandage Wrap Support
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