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Posture Sport Upper Back Support

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Improves posture while relieving shoulder and back pain.   Read More

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Criss-Cross Suspenders for Proper Posture
The criss-cross design brings spine into a proper alignment and prevents hunched shoulders or back. It also helps to reduce back and shoulder discomfort because of improved posture.
Adjustable Straps & Waistband
Adjustable straps and waistband offer a true, customizable fit for optimal support.
Cotton Fabric
Elastic straps are covered with soft, cotton fabric, which prevents pinching or skin irritation.

Is the Posture Sport Support right for me?

Improve posture, reduce chronic shoulder, back and neck pain, and relieve arthritic pain. Ideal to wear daily, not for contact sports or high-impact activity..

Prevent hunched shoulders, achy neck and sore back. The Saunders Posture Sport Upper Back Support improves posture while doing daily movement (walking, working, heavy lifting, sitting at a computer and low to moderate activities). What sets this apart from other braces is that it anchors at the waist to stay in place, all day.

Made with elastic it is covered with soft cotton fabric to prevent any pinching or irritation, simply adjust the straps to find the best, personalized fit. Maintain perfect posture because of the criss-cross design, which prevents a hunched back and shoulders.

Size Chart & Fit Help

Measurement taken around waist.
Size Measurement
Small Waist 22-30
Medium Waist 30-42
Large Waist 42-54
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  • Sara at 8/24/2015 5:14 PM
  • Ellen Carney at 6/24/2015 9:46 AM
    • Do any of your braces fit petite sizes? I have 4 fractured vertebrae and need upper body support to permit mobility.
    • Hello,
      Our Saunders Posture Sport Upper Back Support is sized according to waist circumference. We do not have petite sizing, I apologize.

      Size Measurement
      Small Waist 22-30
      Medium Waist 30-42
      Large Waist 42-54
  • Bobbye Swearingen at 6/11/2015 2:12 PM
    • My husband has begun to bend forward at the hips. His shoulders are also rolled forward and the way his arms hang away from his body, his elbows remind me of a vulture. He also walks with his head down looking at the ground. He has had 1 1/2 knee replacements but that didn't seem to affect his posture (4 years ago). Those surgeries were very effective. My main concern is his bending at the hip. He is 73 years old but until recently he looked and acted like a 60 year old. Do you think this brace will help any of his problems? I have been researching braces for quite a while and this one may be my answer. By the way, he is in good health.
      Thank you,
      Bobbye
    • The Saunders Posture S’port Upper Back Support will help your husband with his upper body posture by bringing his shoulders back. This may encourage him to straighten out at the waist but the support itself may not do that by itself. Most likely he is bent at the hips because the hip flexor muscles in his legs are tight. There really isn’t a brace that will correct this, only a stretching program will help increase his flexibility. Having him keep active should help as well, the muscles can shorten up with prolonged sitting.
  • John at 5/5/2015 10:57 AM
    • Please resend answer to question regarding the use of a back brace for ankylosing spondylitis. I had problems and deleted it.
      Thanks,
      John
    • John
      I reccommended using an elastic lumbar support to keep your back in a neutral position. The Don Joy Elastic Back Brace. http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-elastic-back-support
  • Heather at 4/16/2015 7:50 PM
    • My waist is 31". I'm 5'7". Should I order a medium or small?
    • Heather
      Most of these elastic type back braces run a little small so i would suggest getting the medium
  • Paul at 3/13/2015 12:54 PM
    • Seven weeks ago I had open heart surgery. I am having difficulty keeping my rib cage stable to heal correctly, especially when I sleep. Would the posture sport support be a good option since it appears to control torsion of the back to a small degree. Symptoms are clicking of my chest and spinal and neck discomfort. This seems to interfere with my ability to get a good nights sleep. Thanks for your help.
      Paul
    • Paul
      Thios support will bring the shoulders back to control posture. I am no sure if it will help you wiht the issues you are experiencing after your surgery. I would suggest you speak to your health care practitioner and see if a posture support will help you
  • brandon at 1/26/2015 2:10 PM
    • Is the Saunders Posture S'port billable through insurance? If so, what is the proper HCPCS code?

      thank you
    • We do not have a HCPC code for that brace
  • John at 1/17/2015 8:56 AM
    • I just need to straighten to tho of my spine. I slouch really bad. Will this help or fix my issue?
    • John this brace will help your posture by bring the shoulders back.
  • Shane at 11/21/2014 4:41 AM
    • About 3 1/2 years ago I was in a rollover accident in a semi. Among a long list of other injuries, I broke 5 vertebrate in my upper back right between my shoulder blades. Every since then I can't stand to do any desk work, eat at the kitchen table, wash dishes, basically every action that involves looking down or sitting. While sitting, if I put my feet up on something and lean back I'm relatively pain free. Have tried acupuncture, chiropractic care, deep tissue massages, injections, NSAID medication, and the list goes on and on. None of which give me any pain relief whatsoever. Could this be a posture issue? If so, might this brace help. Also struggle bad discs in lower back and have my C1-C2 fused in my neck. However, the upper wasn't an issue until after the wreck. Any insight is greatly appreciated.
    • Shane
      The Saunders posture support will help with your posture and that may aleviate some of your pain however, it sounds as if you are still affected by the injuries in the accident. Even though you did not injure your neck in the accident it still could be the reason now that your neck is in pain.
  • Kathy at 10/28/2014 10:27 AM
    • I have had neck arthritis for years. I was in a car accident and had a severe sprain of my neck. I am now recovering but I feel I need some support in my upper back due to previous injury. Would you suggest this brace? Chest size is 36. Any suggestions would be great! Thanks!!!!
    • Kathy
      This brace will support your upper back by pulling the shoulders back and forcing you into better posture. It is sized by waist size
  • Tamara at 8/20/2014 12:26 PM
    • I have mild scholiosis and am looking for some relief from my mid to upper back pain. The pain is the worst when I sleep and wake up in the morning. Can this be worn while sleeping or would it be very uncomfortable? Or any other options for sleeping?
    • You could wear this at night as well as any of the posture supports
  • Jerry at 8/8/2014 12:12 PM
    • I spend long hours at a desk working on a computer. I tend to slouch forward and my shoulders roll forward as well. Will this brace help me sit up straight or is there another product you might recommend?
    • Jerry
      This brace will help correct your shoulder posture sitting as well as standing. It will not help to sit up straight.
  • Judy at 7/9/2014 5:38 AM
    • My mother has scoliosis and has small shoulders and a bigger waist and is very short from her waist to her shoulders, she wants to have her shoulders pulled back, Does the length of the straps from waist to shoulders adjust on this product? The way the picture looks (back) it seems the straps would be too long and slide right off! Would this product work for her or is there another one that may be better based on my description? Thanks so much!
      Judy
    • Judy
      The straps have velcro on the ends so they can be pulled tight and attach to each other so they should not be too long. another option is the DonJoy Clavicle Posture Support http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-clavicle-posture-support
  • Paul Norcross at 6/9/2014 9:10 AM
    • Can this be worn under clothing or must you wear some kind of t-shirt? If worn over the skin, I suspect it will need to be washed often. How long does it take to dry?
    • Paul
      You may want to wear it over a shirt so it soesn't irritate under the arm.
  • adri at 5/13/2014 8:43 PM
    • I have scoliosis (mild) and I would like to know if this brace pulls the shoulders back for a correct posture. Thank you.
    • Yes this support will pull the shoulders back
  • Sue at 5/11/2014 5:20 PM
    • Will this brace work for someone who is short waisted? Most are too long.
    • I believe the lumbar belt is 8 inches tall
  • Laura at 11/1/2013 11:44 AM
    • My father is 6'6" tall with a 38' waste, and I am concerned about the height/length fitting. He has a very long torso. What size would you recommend?
    • Laura
      The sizing is based on waist size so acording to his measurement he wouls be a medium. The upper straps are elastic and stretch so even if you get a large the straps will be the same height. We do have a 90 day return policy if it doesn't fit him
  • BREN at 8/10/2013 7:42 PM
    • I wear 34 inch jeans not sure which brace to order?
    • Hello,

      You fit into a Medium Brace.

      thanks for Contacting Donjoy.
  • Geni at 7/23/2013 5:11 PM
    • I am very aware that the support is working for me. I am so grateful, but I wish it came in black. The straps slide up high on my shoulders and it looks like my undergarments are showing. It is embarrassing and therefore I'm limited as to when I can wear it. Why can it only be in white. I'm sure I'm not the only person that would prefer black or one of each. Geni
    • Hello Geni,

      I have just checked we do not have this product available in black in either one of our Product Lines; ProCare, Bell Horn, Donjoy.

      Thanks for Contacting Donjoy.
  • Eric at 7/15/2013 5:30 PM
    • Im a larger guy, i were 3x-4x shirts and a size 46 waist. Will the large back brace fit me comfortably?
    • Hello Eric,

      The size large accomodates a 42-54 waist measurement. It has a velcro attachment so that you can adjust the waist strap.

      Thanks for Contacting Donjoy.
  • Glenn at 5/1/2013 7:53 AM
  • carusomolano at 8/2/2012 3:08 PM
    • Hi I need a saunders sport all back support XXL in BLACK but it only shows white can you help me?
    • I am sorry, we only have that item available in white.
  • Dave at 6/6/2010 5:47 PM
    • My waist is 30 inches. Will small be too small and meduim to large?
      I am 5'9" and 144 lbs with a suit size of 36.

      Which one should I order?

      Thanks,

      Dave
    • We recommend ordering the size small.
  • Rob at 4/12/2010 10:13 AM
    • I am looking to buy the Saunders Posture Support for the back, I wear a size 42 jacket. What size should I order?
    • The Saunders Posture Sport Upper Back Support is sized by waist measurement.

      Please see the size chart on the main product page for more information.

      I have also included the sizing chart here for reference.

      Size Measurement
      Small Waist 22-30
      Medium Waist 33-42
      Large Waist 42-54
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I have tried many other posture braces and returned all of them. I finally found this brace that is comfortable and easy to put on and does what it says it should. You will probably want to wear a T-Shirt under the brace because if you adjust the straps really tight like I do, it does hurt the underarms a little.
Posted on April 20, 2010