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Equilibrium Stretch & Flex Exercise Bandage

Equilibrium Stretch & Flex Exercise Bandage Equilibrium Stretch & Flex Exercise Bandage Equilibrium Stretch & Flex Exercise Bandage
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  • White » 3m (Pack of 4) £28.95

Description

Integral liner made from "Cool Space" fabric. Liner removes the need for a pad/wrap under the bandage. "Cool Space" fabric actively draws moisture away from the skin. Machine washable. Padding protection and support without restriction.

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Reviews (1)

Summary of Reviews for Equilibrium Stretch & Flex Exercise Bandage

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55 Good Quality Exercise Bandages
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By on 12 June 2017

Very good quality exercise bandages and no need for wraps underneath. Easy to put on, packaged neatly and offer great support.

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Equilibrium Stretch & Flex Exercise Bandage, including answers from our team.

17 June 2015 at 6:41am

Bandaging a hock joint

Karen Harding

  • VioVet customer since 2015
  • From: Cheshire, United Kingdom

Could this be used to apply a bandage to the hock joint ?

  • VioVet Staff

Yes it could be used, but you should get some help and advice from your vet if you are going to regularly bandage the hock, or intend to leave a bandage on for any length of time. It is quite possible to damage the skin over the point of the hock if a bandage is tight at this point.