Cinch-Lock Wrist Brace, Left, 8″, Size S

Cinch-Lock Wrist Brace, Left, 8″, Size S


  • Durable, padded material helps brace stabilize and restrict wrist without limiting thumb rotation
  • Wrist-cinch strap helps provide added immobilization
  • Malleable palmar and dorsal stays for customized extension and support
  • Loop-and-lock wrist strap for fit and compression adjustment
  • Outer, polyester layer with open-cell foam core and soft, nylon lining for added patient comfort

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  • Designed to stabilize and restrict the wrist without limiting thumb rotation
  • Brace fits at the distal palmar crease permitting normal finger function
  • Durable polyester outer layer with open-cell foam core and soft nylon lining
  • Adjustable thumb-web strap and extra padding in palm area for added comfort
  • Non-removable contoured-aluminum palmar stay is malleable for customization of wrist extension
  • Non-removable plastic dorsal stays provide support without restricting anatomical contouring
  • Loop-and-lock wrist strap allows quick adjustment of fit and compression
  • Hook and loop closure for easy application and removal
  • Brace opens flat for convenient cleaning
  • Optional cold therapy cryo pad insert sold separately
  • Brace available in 8″ and 11″ lengths 

Additional Information

Dimensions 8.5 × 4.5 × 3 in

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