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Ease Opaque Lymphedema Gauntlet - 20-30mmHg (XL, Black)

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Ease Opaque Lymphedema Gauntlet - 20-30mmHg (XL, Black)

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Product Description

20-30mmHg Ease Lymphedema Gauntlets

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EASE by Therafirm Moderate Compression Lymphedema Gauntlets

Featuring ultra-stretchy yarns and seamless engineering for superior comfort and all-day wear. Designed with true gradient compression to help manage lymphedema and ease swelling and discomfort in the hand area. Delivers a controlled amount of pressure to help prevent or manage mild edema or moderate swelling.

Comfortable and Cool Ease by Therafirm products are soft, cool and comfortable for all day wear. Ease Lymphedema Gauntlets feature soft, comfort bands. Additionally, all Therafirm gradient compression garments are made using our Micro-Cool process. Micro-Cool creates a wicking effect so moisture evaporates from the skin quickly, therefore providing a comfortable coolness.

Features:

· Ultra-stretchy yarns for garments that are easier to put on and more comfortable to wear

· Super soft, breathable opaque material

· Seamless compressive finger area

· High stretch material for an easy-to-put-on garment

· 100% Made in the USA

Ease Opaque Lymphedema Gauntlet - 20-30mmHg (XL, Black)

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