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Wrist support?

Discussion in 'Clothing & Footwear' started by Golden Bear, Dec 24, 2010.

  1. Golden Bear

    Golden Bear Regular Member

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    What isa a good wrist support that is not a badminton brand?
    Ex. Accel, Nike etc
     
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    Reebok, i got some at christmas and they come as a pack of 2, you should check them out because i dont know what the price will be were you live
     
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    If you can get some stretch fabric, it's much cheaper than a specific wrist support.
    Do you have wrist pain or do you just want some support?
     
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    justt generaly for support but i did have a knee support because of pain and it is just generaly stretchy faberic lol so it would be nearly as good just getting some stretch fabric :)
     
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    The Mueller wrist support is very nice. a thin sleeve. You can grip your racket very comfortable. Rehband is excellent and the shape of the basic line has the best cut, in my opinon. Many professional Athletics us them. So you can grap the racket without neoprene between palm and grip. The best thing is to wrap a bandage, same as kickboxing. It's cotton and in my opinion the cheapest and most comfortable.
    McDavid is an alternative.
     

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