Futuro Sport Tennis Elbow Support, Adjustable
- Designed to meet your performance needs during sports and other physical activities
- Helps provide relief from forearm pain
- Durable strap for support
- Material helps pull moisture away from skin
- Adjust to fit, tendon pad
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FUTURO Sport Tennis Elbow Support
Provides relief from general pain and tenderness in the forearm and elbow caused by activities requiring a strong grip or active finger movement.
- Helps provide firm, stabilizing protection, relief and compression
- Tendon pad cushion places gentle, targeted pressure on elbow tendons and muscles to help provide relief
- Breathable, moisture-wicking material for comfort
- Adjustable fasteners for customized fit
- Wraparound style is easy to put on and take off
- Use on right or left elbow
- Close fastener before washing. Hand wash with mild soap in warm (not hot) water. Rinse well and air dry.
- Do not: machine wash, tumble dry, dry clean, or use bleach or fabric softeners.
How to Wear
Pull fastener through buckle, with the tendon pad cushion against the skin.
With fastener facing out, position tendon pad cushion below the elbow towards outer forearm.
Tighten the strap until the fit is snug, yet comfortable.
If pain increases or persists, discontinue use and consult your physician.
This patent pending Tennis Elbow Support is designed to help provide relief from generalized pain and tenderness in the forearm and elbow caused by activates requiring strong grip or active finger movement. Its use is not limited to tennis players.
Fiber Content: Nylon, Polyester, Polyurethane Foam.
To Wear: Pull Velcro brand hook through buckle so that the blue Tendon Pad is facing inside of support, creating a loop. With Velcro tab facing away from the body, slide the brace up the forearm. Position the Tendon Pad and secure the brace directly below the elbow toward the outside of the forearm, or as directed by a physician. Tighten the strap until the fit is snug, yet comfortable. Care: Close Velcro brand fastener before washing. Hand wash in cold water and mild soap; wrap in towel to remove excess moisture (do not wring); air dry; do not dry clean or tumble dry. Do not bleach. Do not use fabric softener.
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Top Customer Reviews
They cost the same amount of money, but the quality of construction is clearly with the Mueller. This thing has a soft pad for a support, whereas the Mueller has some foam inside that makes it a bit stiffer. That stiffness is exactly what you need in a product like this.
The band also slips up and down the forearm constantly. I was readjusting it beneath my uniform every so often, and found myself trying to tighten it far too much in order to compensate. This won't do you any favors! By comparison, when the Mueller arrived, I hardly had any complaints with it at all. In fact, I ordered another one, figuring I just lost out on the money I spent on the Futuro.
Here's the link to the product that satisfies my needs. I believe it will help you too: Mueller Tennis Elbow Brace 1 Count
I've bought about a dozen elbow straps over the past several weeks and very few have been up to par (pun somewhat intended for you medial/golfer's elbow types). In my opinion, the best straps I've come across are Mueller Hg80 and Bracoo Tennis/Golf Elbow Strap with EVA Pad. Mueller has a sleek look if you like the Harley Davidson thing and Bracoo looks like somebody glue-gunned a piece of foam to elastic, but the elbow pain is severe enough that I wouldn't care if they were covered in Spongebob fabric so long as they WORK. The fact is that they're slim, have low profiles (for elbow straps that is, at least), don't slip much (so long as you put them at the exact right tension), and put a good amount of pressure where I need it.
As you can tell, I'm not the biggest fan of these monstrosities. For the life of me, I cannot figure out why the majority of elbow straps are freakishly huge and thick when all you need is a small area of pressure, but whatever. They're better than nothing.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Careful not to put it too tight while weight lifting, it can start squeezing too tight on nerves and veins.Published 2 months ago by c
It works exactly like I knew it would, highly recomended if you need support. It will last a long time if you take proper care of it and keep it clean.Published 6 months ago by Joe E. Michael
Useless brace, did nothing for my tennis elbow, fits awkwardly too.Published 7 months ago by Kerensa Wakimoto
The velcro is itchy on the edges, and it is very difficult to take off as the velcro grabs tight and you are doing it one-handed.Published 7 months ago by jenn
This isn't my first tennis elbow brace, I have tried different ones from different brands, I thought to try out Futuro since I was purchasing the thumb stabilizer. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Unagix2
comfortable and doesn't get hot after wearing it for a couple hours.Published 8 months ago by Natalie M.
This is a high quality item for tennis elbow. I relieved the pain enough to make the inflammation go away.Published 8 months ago by Tall_Tiger
Am 80 and suffer from tennis elbow. This little brace has been a God send! Wear it on the days I do all my handy work and it helps a lot.Published 8 months ago by Rojean