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Support Strap

by Strive

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  • Most commonly used to assist in physical activities
  • View this video for how to wrap your patella
  • View this video for how to wrap your foot
  • Made in the USA: Minneapolis, MN with imported materials
One Support Strap
Hand wash with a mild fragrance-free detergent. Gently squeeze out excess water. Lay flat on a rack or hang, foam side up, to air dry
Elbow Support: 21.5" x 2.5"; Patella Support: 18" x 1.5"; Foot Support: 12.1" x 2"
Elbow Support, Patella Support: 0.08 lb; Foot Support: 0.07 lb

5 avg. (1 reviews)

Support Strap

by Strive

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Flexible, breathable, and adjustable · Helps quell inflammation and swelling
A support strap gives you the flexible, breathable, and adjustable stability you need to stay active in a safer way. It’s great for folks who suffer from things like tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, and tennis elbow, and still want to stay active without causing unwanted stress.


Strive compression wraps and support straps were developed by Maker Scott Parazynski, an astronaut, physician, and inventor. While recovering from knee surgery, Scott was frustrated with the lack of effective hot and cold therapy products. Nothing seemed to contour to his body correctly and comfortably or offered adjustable compression and consistent temperature. Inspired by spacewalk suit technology, Scott created his own wraps and supports that provide flexible and breathable compression tailored to fit the areas that most often need it, like the wrist, knee, back, and elbow. Scott’s mission is to help folks get back to what moves them. By providing the spot-on relief and support needed, we think he’s on the right trajectory.
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