Mueller Lumbar Back Brace with Removable Pad

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    Purchased Most Frequently: Extended Plus Size (Black)
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Product Description

Mueller Lumbar Back Brace with Removable Lumbar Pad offers concentrated lumbar support and adjustable compression for your abdomen and lower back. Providing support to your back is crucial, especially when lifting or undergoing other strenuous activity. Correct use of back braces in conjunction with proper lifting form can significantly decrease your probability of experiencing a back injury, which is the most common form of injury/illness experienced in American workplaces. Proper back braces can also aid in recovery from existing strains/sprains in the back and core by providing extra support to those areas while they recuperate. The standard back brace with a removable lumbar pad is suitable for individuals with 28-inch to 50-inch waists. The plus size back brace with a removable lumbar pad is suitable for individuals with 50-inch to 70-inch waists.

Features & Benefits

  • Helps relieve lower back pain while providing support to strains, sprained, and aching backs.
  • Adjustable compression from double layer design allows for a custom fit to the abdomen and lower back.
  • Breathable fabric for added comfort.
  • Comes with a removable lumbar pad that cushions and compresses the lower back for concentrated support.
  • 4 flexible steel springs conform to the back for additional stability.

Application Instructions

  • Place lumbar pad on center of fabric inside of brace.
  • Release outer elastic straps.
  • Wrap main elastic band around back and attach in front.
  • Fasten outer left elastic strap (black inside) to black on main elastic band.
  • Fasten right outer elastic strap (blue inside) to white on other outer elastic strap.
  • * Multiple cases may be shipped per package in order to minimize the charge for shipping.


    Technical Information

    Mueller Lumbar Back Brace with Removable Pad
    • Usage: Support
    • Adjustable: Yes
    • Color: Black
    • Country of Origin: China
    Note: Specifications are those given by manufacturers and are not tested for accuracy.

    LBB Standard sizes


    Extended Plus Size


    UPC = 074676641799

    Single Item (1-3 Items)

    1 - 2 Cases (4-11 Items)

    3 - 4 Cases (12-19 Items)

    5+ Cases (>= 20 Items)


    a 6% discount

    a 7% discount

    a 8% discount





    Standard Size


    UPC = 074676672113

    Single Item (1-3 Items)

    1 - 2 Cases (4-11 Items)

    3 - 4 Cases (12-19 Items)

    5+ Cases (>= 20 Items)


    a 2% discount

    a 3% discount

    a 4% discount





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