ShouldersBack Lite Weight Black

Item# 08-0434
$46.00

Improves posture and prevents neck and back pain

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This discreet and light weight shoulder posture brace is comfortable for both work and workouts, and can be worn even in warmer climates. Our orthopedist-designed nylon vest gently coaxes your shoulders into proper position to help prevent chronic neck and back pain and treats and corrects poor posture. Adjusts to fit over or under clothing. Snug fit recommended for full support and alignment benefits. 50% PowerMesh nylon, 30% elastane, 20% polyester. Hand wash, line dry. Size M (up to 38" chest) or L (over 38" chest). Made in the USA.

ShouldersBack™ Lite Weight Black Features:
  • Gently coaxes shoulders back for improved posture
  • Helps to retrain mind and muscles to sit or stand taller
  • Helps to eliminate back and neck pain
  • Adjustable straps for custom fit
  • Cool and comfortable enough for everyday use
  • Can be worn over or under clothing
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M (up to 38" chest) fits most women, L (over 38" chest) for men.

Note: measurements are taken around the rib cage, under the bust. Snug fit required for full support and alignment benefits.

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Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 42 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mnemonic, Not Cure Years of pain from disc problems in my neck, and rotator cuff and nerve problems in my shoulder has left me with a rolled-over arm and very tight chest muscles. I purchased this brace to complement the physical therapy, acupuncture, massage, yoga and Pilates that I have been doing to correct my postural imbalance. It is very effective as a reminder to use the right muscles (i.e., not to slump and tighten your chest), but you really need to do the work to develop your musculature without the brace. Not a cure, but a tool for achieving a deeper and more permanent solution. It is a bit of a bear to get the adjustment just right. August 3, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by Fibromyalgia Fighter I purchased this hoping to improve my posture. What I got was much better. I found I no longer had pain in my shoulders or neck. For someone with fibromyalgia that is a VERY big deal. When I told my chiropractor I was using this he was excited for me, especially since it helps correct my forward head posture by helping me stand up straight. March 12, 2010
Rated 1 out of 5 by Eh... I don't love this thing. It's not very comfortable at all (the straps really dig into my underarms and I'm fairly average in size - 5'6 125lbs) plus, it's incredibly overpriced. My girlfriend has the exact same brace and she paid only $29.99. I'd say skip it and shop around. Find one that you can really wear throughout the day. I wanted mine to help my posture while on the computer, but it's so uncomfortable that I find myself never wanting to put it on. February 16, 2010
Rated 3 out of 5 by mixed feelings while great in theory, even over an undershirt or longsleeve, these velcro straps still cut into your skin. i've chosen little times of day to wear it and can't last longer than an hour or so. is this still effective? at least it reminds me to think of my posture. January 16, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Helpful, well-designed product Upper back discomfort during long hours at the computer prompted me to try the shoulders back product. It works well, relieving tension and soreness in my upper back and neck area. The product is well-designed, with good materials and velcro adjustable straps. I recommend wearing a fitted, lightweight cotton t-shirt underneath and adjusting the tightness/angle of the shoulder straps carefully to avoid possible discomfort in the underarm area. Worn under a sweater, it doesn't show. January 8, 2010
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Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 42 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mnemonic, Not Cure Years of pain from disc problems in my neck, and rotator cuff and nerve problems in my shoulder has left me with a rolled-over arm and very tight chest muscles. I purchased this brace to complement the physical therapy, acupuncture, massage, yoga and Pilates that I have been doing to correct my postural imbalance. It is very effective as a reminder to use the right muscles (i.e., not to slump and tighten your chest), but you really need to do the work to develop your musculature without the brace. Not a cure, but a tool for achieving a deeper and more permanent solution. It is a bit of a bear to get the adjustment just right. August 3, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by Fibromyalgia Fighter I purchased this hoping to improve my posture. What I got was much better. I found I no longer had pain in my shoulders or neck. For someone with fibromyalgia that is a VERY big deal. When I told my chiropractor I was using this he was excited for me, especially since it helps correct my forward head posture by helping me stand up straight. March 12, 2010
Rated 1 out of 5 by Eh... I don't love this thing. It's not very comfortable at all (the straps really dig into my underarms and I'm fairly average in size - 5'6 125lbs) plus, it's incredibly overpriced. My girlfriend has the exact same brace and she paid only $29.99. I'd say skip it and shop around. Find one that you can really wear throughout the day. I wanted mine to help my posture while on the computer, but it's so uncomfortable that I find myself never wanting to put it on. February 16, 2010
Rated 3 out of 5 by mixed feelings while great in theory, even over an undershirt or longsleeve, these velcro straps still cut into your skin. i've chosen little times of day to wear it and can't last longer than an hour or so. is this still effective? at least it reminds me to think of my posture. January 16, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Helpful, well-designed product Upper back discomfort during long hours at the computer prompted me to try the shoulders back product. It works well, relieving tension and soreness in my upper back and neck area. The product is well-designed, with good materials and velcro adjustable straps. I recommend wearing a fitted, lightweight cotton t-shirt underneath and adjusting the tightness/angle of the shoulder straps carefully to avoid possible discomfort in the underarm area. Worn under a sweater, it doesn't show. January 8, 2010
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