Underworks Posture Perfect Band
- It gently and comfortably pulls the shoulders back to prevent slouching giving you the right posture
- Completely undetectable under clothing
- Made from from nylon and spande and its washable
- You can adjust the size to custom fit
- Made in USA
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Top Customer Reviews
-It really does help hold your shoulders back
-You can sleep with it on and drive, etc.
-before i got used to it, my armpits were a little tender
-also if you sweat at all during the day it gets on the brace because how it loops under your armpits, so you have to wash it often to get the deoderant, etc. off.
- it does ride up a little bit but whenever i first put it on after being washed it is tight and sturdy and stays right in place.
I suggest you buy several (like 3 or 4) so that you can wash them often. I used to wear it to bed but now i just wear it while at work and i take it off wheni get home so basically i wear it 8 hours a day.
It isn't really that visible through clothes however if you wear a shirt with a lower cut back and wide shoulders, you can see it peak through...ive gotten some odd looks before. You cant really reach up when this things on and u need to keep your arms pretty close against your body.
Overall- definately 5 stars.. my chiropractor recommended this because i have several posture problems due to my shoulders slouching forward. this product doesnt completely hold your shoulders back by itself but the feeling that its there is the reminder to go with it and let your shoulders sit how it is correcting them. GREAT PRODUCT!
I will say, as a preamble, if you tend hunch over as well, this product probably won't help as much as others - it obviously only focuses on shoulders). I began wearing this in the winter, so I wore a thin vest, then the brace, then a t-shirt and I didn't get the sore armpits many people complained about - EXCEPT for one day when I accidently wore the thing upside down. If you look carefully at the product, you'll realize there is a right side up, and a wrong side up, though it is NOT clearly marked. Wearing it the wrong way round makes it sit quite high, and then it does hurt to wear. Overall, in terms of interaction with clothes, it's a bit thicker and wider than a bra-strap, and sits in the same general area so figure out how that would work with your clothing style. The first several days I did get sore shoulders, but that passed- I really do believe that it is more a case of my using muscles to sit upright that I didn't use before, rather the brace. As one reviewer mentioned, you are constantly aware of the brace being there - if you weren't, then you're probably sitting slouched over.
I expected it to be uncomfortable at first, until I get used to it; but this is treatment by torture.
Since this comes with no instructions what so ever, I followed the advice of one of the other reviewers who said you should wear it OVER a T-shirt, so I put it on and headed to the library for a test drive.
After 10 minutes I started feeling numbness in my forearms and tingling in my fingers (although It was on the lowest possible pressure and I am a relatively thin person ) it was pressing so hard it cut off the circulation to my arms and hands,
My shoulder was sore for 2 days after that incidence.
I decided to give it another chance so I wore it under the T-shirt in direct contact with the skin, this time it actually fitted , and I didn't get a the numbness again.
However, I think there is something wrong with the design, it is supposed to straighten your back by pulling your scapulas back and down, this means that the elastic pulling material should be between your shoulder blades; instead, the elastics here are the rings surrounding the shoulders (if you look at the product photo on this page you'll see what I mean) so all the pressure and pull is concentrated in this area, which explains the sore armpits you get after wearing it for even a short time.
And since there is nothing supporting it from the opposite direction, whenever you move your arms it begins to ride up your neck, and begins to pull your shoulders upward.Read more ›
It's also very hard to wear it like the picture. The band wants to crawl upwards to your neck, which in turn would pull your neck down, and hurt your posture!
I'm just a average built guy, but I tend to slouch. So I think most people would experience the same difficulty with this as I did. The only reason I bought this was because I was intrigued after seeing it on a Sky Mall Catalog. I couldn't find any customer reviews for it, so I took a chance and bought one (for under $10). I guess the lesson is: you get what you pay for.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It is too small for me, and too big for my wife. She has an almost petit frame, and I'm a big buy, so thats probably why, but it is just hard to figure out what size is best. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Jesse
This is a simple, but very effective produce. Wear it over a piece of clothing so it does not irritate the skin. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Mr. Smith
My wife ordered 2 of these. One for her and 1 for me. Maybe they would work for some people but I found it awkward and uncomfortable.Published 16 days ago by TrinaNAlex
I don't like it at all! Doesn't work, only cuts into your arms. Very uncomfortable!!Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer