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Teeter Hang Ups Gravity Boots, one pair

4.3 out of 5 stars 241 customer reviews
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About the Product
  • Plastic
  • Made in USA or Imported
  • Boot straps adjust to ankles varying several inches in diameter
  • Removable calf loops add comfort by placing a two-degree bend in the knees to help reduce load
  • Manufactured of a tough yet pliable blend of Du Pont Hytrel
  • Double-lock system ensures safety and security
  • Compatible with Teeter Hang Ups inversion racks, bars, tables

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Product Description

Product Description

B1-1001 Features: -Dual, Self-Locking Buckles ratchet the boots securely around the ankle/lower calf area for a customizable, comfortable fit. -Super-Soft 5/8" Foam Liners are a special blend to give maximum comfort with minimum compression. -Optional Calf Loops wrap behind each leg to place a 2 degree bend in the knees, which helps to reduce the load on the knee joints and top of the foot. -Flexible, Lightweight Shell made of highly durable DuPontTM HytrelTM for a more forgiving, slightly pliable boot that weighs just 2 lbs. each. Product Type: -Gravity boot. Finish: -Blue and black. Number of Items Included: -2. Pieces Included: -2 Gravity boots. Maximum Weight Capacity: -300 Pounds. -Specialized Materials including 40% glass/nylon alloy in the hooks and calf loops for unmatched strength and durability. -One-size-fits-most design fits a majority of leg/ankle sizes; alternatively, Teeter offers an XL Gravity Boots option that is 1" larger in diameter and 1½" taller (calf loops not included). Dimensions: Overall Product Weight: -5 lbs.

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Teeter Hang Ups Gravity Boots provide an ankle-conforming fit through two "fine-tuning" buckles with micro-adjusting ratchets which fit the exact size and taper of your ankle. You can custom fit each inversion boot quickly; a custom fit typically takes less than 20 seconds per boot. The flexible shell is made of a tough yet pliable blend of DuPont Hytrel, which helps to minimize pressure points. A special blend of 5/8-inch foam is designed to give maximum comfort with minimum compression. Other features include:
  • Removable calf loops add comfort by placing a two-degree bend in the knees to help reduce the load on knee joints
  • Boot straps adjust to ankles varying several inches in diameter
  • Ratcheting, double-lock system ensures safety and security
  • Each boot weighs only 2.5 pounds
  • One size fits most

They can be used with the following Teeter Hang Ups products: the EZ-Up Inversion Rack, Inversion Bar and F5000 or F7000 Inversion Table.

Manufacturer's Warranty
Full five-year warranty coverage on structural and soft parts

About Teeter Hang Ups
Roger and Jennifer Teeter founded Hang Ups Inversion Products in 1981 and have been dedicated to manufacturing quality inversion products ever since. Roger and Jenny truly believe in the benefits of this simple, natural form of therapy that has been around since 400 BC. In the late 1970’s, Roger tried many forms of therapy to help manage his pain. He finally discovered that by inverting, he was able to relieve his back pain and begin the road to recovery. He credits inversion for keeping him pain free, healthy, and active. Inversion has changed Roger's life, and now he is dedicated to sharing his knowledge of inversion and quality products.

STL International, creator of Teeter Hang Ups brand inversion equipment, has pioneered standards for quality and performance in the inversion market. All Teeter Hang Ups F-series inversion tables are classified in accordance with UL 2601-1 (medical equipment in a clinical setting), a rigid specification that tests the structural integrity of the equipment.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 9 x 7 inches ; 5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • Origin: Thailand
  • ASIN: B000DLB8RU
  • UPC: 759265001009
  • Item model number: Gravity Boots
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (241 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,769 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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I tried a couple of inversion tables but found that they weren't very comfortable on my ankles. Note: It is important to only buckle these gravity boots as loosely as you can without slipping out of them for maximum comfort (transfers pressure off achiles tendon and onto heal bone.) You can use these gravity boots with some inversion tables, but If you have the strength/coordination you may find that hanging from a bar (teeters brand) allows for more options (more hip/body movement.) Scientific studies have shown that traction is of questionable benefit, so I never bothered to persue inversion as the mechanism at play is obviously traction. However, recently, after many many years of back pain, I've started a program of inversion. I find that out of all the things I have tried (of which there are a great many), the inversion is probably the most beneficial. It hasn't cured me by any means, but it has provided some improvement. I think one thing to stress is that it is not sufficient to simply invert and lay still. Rather, it is probably much more beneficial to alternately contract the abdominals in a way that shortens your spinal length by aprox an inch or two. As if you are trying to pull your belly button up into your pelvis. or pelvic bone down into your belly button, perhaps? Do this every five or ten seconds. Not only will this strengthen your abs, but it will also fatiuge your stabalizing muscels so as to more fully stretch the spine (the abs, if not fatiuged, probably limit the stretch, as they are trying to protect the spine and hold it in place.) Also, by contracting and relexing the abs, you are likely expanding and contracting the disc space, moving fluid around the connective tissue (which has no real blood vessels of thier own.Read more ›
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By Noy on January 18, 2007
Being a bodybuilder, I hoist heavy weights all the time; a major stress especially when it comes to squats. I ordered the boots when I realized I had shrunk to 5'10.5" from being 6'0.5". I was thusly very happy when after approximately 5 weeks of hanging (5 times a week, 10-15 min intervals) that I am nearly back to my original height (6' 0.25"). I highly suggest this product as a supplement to good [emphasis on good] chiropractic care.

To those who have/will order this product, don't be discouraged if it seems to hurt your back at first; that's totally normal because your back is trying to readjust while the discs [which cushion the vertebrate] start rehydrating. Also, it will take some time to find the strap tightness that's right for your legs. Generally, tighter on the top strap and looser on the bottom is a good combination.

p.s. Hang from a real pull-up bar and make sure you have someone to spot you if you are not strong enough to pull yourself back up the bar to unlatch yourself.
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I bought these about a year ago when I threw my back and was in bed for almost a week.

I found information about Vax-D Therapy where they put you on a modern day rack system to stretch your back. I was getting ready to schedule an appointment when I found other people saying to save your money and buy an inversion table.

The Vax-D was prohibitively expensive so I started looking into Inversion Tables. I was trying to figure out where to put an inversion table when I remembered the old "Gravity Boots" from the 1980's.

Space was an issue so I decided to try these boots instead of the table.

I ordered them shipped Next-Day because I was desperate.

I used them 3 times a day and the next day I already felt better. I felt so much better that I thought the boss would think that I made up the bad back story to miss some days at work.

In about 3 days I was almost back to normal.

Working a desk job, I really should use them every day and I only remember to use them when my back starts hurting again.

I don't use the "Removable calf loops" anymore, but they were great when my back was out, since I actually held on to them to pull myself back up.

This is not for the Faint-Hearted so people who whine about them not being safe should just buy an inversion bed. This would be much gentler for them and much easier to use too.

Don't let the plastic construction fool you. These things are very sturdy, very comfortable and very safe. -- I've never felt that they would give out, break or come loose on me.

I highly recommend buying the Inversion Rack ->
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I do upside down situps with a 50 pound vest on and a 25 pound dumbell in each hand. I weigh 185 pounds. No creaks bends or falls, great product
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About 20 years ago my Chiropractor recommended gravity boots and I haven't been back to see her since. When you think about it, we compress our spines close to 90% of the day, even while sitting. These boots not only help elongate the spine but I've noticed it works on stretching my knees and gives me relief in my hip flexors. I also incorporate hanging ab crunches into my workout routine especially after a run which helps loosen me up even more.

The only reason I'm buying a new pair is the plastic strap on one of the boots finally broke and that is because when I first started out using these boots I had a tendency to strap them on too tight. After 20 years of use something eventually had to give out. The lesson here is you can get away without using too much tension. in fact my ankles feel better when you don't strap yourself in too tight. Considering I weigh approximately 190 lbs., they are secure and I've never felt as if they were going to give out on me despite the fact they are made from plastic. Unless you plan on doing circus acrobatics with these boots they will last you a long time.

Bottom line, these boots will save you money, time, and aggravation at the doctors office. Just make sure you can reach up to unhook yourself when you're done hanging. The price on these boots is a little high, but after 20 years of use, I definitely got my money's worth out of them.

Finally, I am a Nationally Certified Massage Therapist and I have to believe if everyone started using these boots I'd be out of business because they do work that well!
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