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LIZHE 1Pair Arthritis Wrist Support Muscles Gloves Breathable Co

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Product description

Size:Medium  |  Color:Black

Premium quality brace with thumb support featuring a dynamic design for snug, yet flexible fit and comfort, suitable for everyday activities and sports including golf, tennis, basketball, volleyball, yoga and many more
Description:
Lightweight and slimline supports fit either left or right side.
Helps support injured and weak muscles and/ or joints during sporting or occupational activities
Helps sprains, strains, instabilityamp; arthriticjointsSpecialistbreathablefabric helps with moisture control
Unisex and comfortable to wear
Specification:
Material:chinlon
Color:Nude/Black
Size:S/M/L
Small: 13- 16 cm
Medium: 16- 19 cm
Large: 19- 23 cm
Package Includes:
2pcs* Wrist Support
Note:
1. Due to the light and screen difference, the item' s color may be slightly different from the pictures.
2. Please allow 1- 2 cm differences due to manual measurement.

LIZHE 1Pair Arthritis Wrist Support Muscles Gloves Breathable Co

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