The Exolite Wrist Brace features today's lightest brace design with a lightweight, injection molded style that's a patient favorite. It features accents with added plastic in stress areas for greater strength and durability. The brace contours to the shape of your wrist and is designed to not irritate your hand as it passes through the web space between your thumb and first finger. The web space is 40% thinner than traditional braces for a web space connection that allows for full, unimpeded use of your thumb. The Exolite wrist brace features contoured padding throughout the wrist for improved comfort with all types of activity, and is ideally suited for use at home or work. The product can be used for wrist sprains, and strains, carpal tunnel symptoms, and more.
Exolite Wrist Brace Features:
- The lightest most low profile design available today - 20% less bulky than other brands.
- The injection molded plastic splint is contoured to mold to the contours of your wrist and hand for premium comfort.
- Maintains your wrist in a neutral position.
- Allows full use of your thumb and fingers.
- Web space is cushioned and 40% thinner than traditional braces.
- Padded for maintaining wrist and hand comfort.
- Right/left specific.
- Available in three sizes to fit every individual - see sizing chart tab.
Recommended Manufacturer HCPC: L3908
The Exolite wrist brace can be used for:
- Carpal Tunnel.
- Stress injuries.
- Sizing chart
Two Measurements Needed:
- 1. Measure the circumference of your wrist.
- 2. Measure your palm circumference starting at the web space between the thumb and first finger.
Size 1. Wrist Circ. 2. Palm Circ. Small 5.25 - 6.5" 6.75 - 8" Medium 6.5 - 7.75" 8 - 9.25" Large 7.75 - 10" 9.25 - 10.5"
- The Exolite wrist brace features an injection molded plastic design for the lightest available brace design today.
- Breathable foam padding on the inside for improve comfort.
- Easy shopping experience.
- Good support & construction
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