ITB Men's/Women's Left/Right Strap - Black

€ 9.00

Designed for getting back into sport after iliotibial band syndrome.

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SKU: S164474 (2193492)
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Delivery in 4 to 5 days

Product benefits
  1. Joint support
    Foam pad and tight strap to support the tendon.
  2. Ease of use
    Easy to position thanks to the wide pad.
  3. User comfort
    Comfortable, flexible main fabric.
  4. Grip
    Non-slip silicone.
Product feature
  1. Why wear this strap?
    Wearing this strap may be recommended if you are suffering from iliotibial (IT) band syndrome to help you get back into sport (basketball, football, handball, tennis, badminton, running, trail running, gymnastics, judo). It is easy to put on and has supple fabric and a shape designed to suit your knee and keep you comfy.
  2. What is IT band syndrome?
    The iliotibial band is a wide, fibrous strip of tissue that runs down the outside of your thigh. The role of the band is to stabilise and strengthen the lateral compartment of your knee. The tell-tale sign is pain on the outside of your knee when running.
  3. Did you know that all TARMAK products are field tested?
    The design team behind the TARMAK products is based in Northern France. It is constantly seeking to improve its products to best meet players' needs. All of our models are tested in real-life situations for several weeks by demanding players, and are updated based on your feedback.
  4. What gear to get, how to train: explore our basketball tips!
    Tarmak is here for anyone playing basketball, from beginners to regulars. Take a look at our tips for training, kitting yourself out and prepping:
Product testing
  1. Composition
    Outer fabric : 100.0% Polyamide Inner fabric : 88.0% Polyester (PES), Inner fabric : 12.0% Elasthane Main fabric : 100.0% Rubber - Synthetic
  2. Storage advice
    Store in a clean, dry, dark place.Put the adhesive parts on the elastic band to protect the knit from premature wear.
  3. Product catchline
    This IT band syndrome strap holds your tendon tightly during training sessions and matches without getting in the way. Play on any surface without worrying.
  4. Lab tested
    This product has undergone laboratory tests (washing, colour fastness, wear) to ensure that it meets our quality requirements.
Product reviews
3.83 / 5
23 reviews
21 users recommend this product
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  • Waste Of Money!

    Derek (United Kingdom)
    Used for 1 week or less
    I bought this today and in the first 10 mins of wearing it I noticed how cheap and shoddy it is. The one size fits all is untrue im a large but could not get it tight and even when i did get it to its best the velcro flap rubs and is extremely sharp on your skin. Ive taken it off Worse one I have ever tried. I do not recommend this item, If i had designed it i would have worn it for a few hours then how ever did design it would realise just how uncomfortable and nasty it is.IfI had not thrown the packing away I would send it back RUBISH!
    Response of the brand
    Hello Derek,
    thank you for taking the time to write a review about the ITB strap.
    I'm really sorry to understand that you had an issue first about the sizing of the product and, after that, with the velcro straps. I will contact you in private to better understand the situation and find a solution.

    Matteo Giovanelli
    UK Basketball Sport Expert
  • Very good and effective

    Arijeet (India)
    Used for 1 week or less
    Very good and effective
  • probar antes de comprar

    Tiago (Spain)
    Used for 1 week or less
    aunque la talla sea universal, en mi pierna el velcro coincide con la parte estrecha, y eso molesta mucho durante la carrera.

    para piernas más anchas que la mía, supongo que irá perfecto
    la talla "universal"
  • Pata de Ganso

    Fermín (Spain)
    Used for 2 to 8 weeks
    Utilizo dos pars cada rodilla y cuando hago running
  • Buena

    JUAN EMILIO (Spain)
    Used for 2 to 8 weeks
    La verdad es que me ha venido bastante bien, de dolor al correr ahora es solo molestia y estoy hablando de correr unos 20 km
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