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ComfortFORM Back Support


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Comfortable pain relieving support. Unisex.

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Product Description

Features & Benefits:

Durable mesh elastic
Molded back compression pad
Double pull straps to promote proper spinal alignment
Low profile design for comfort and fit

Is the ComfortFORM Back Brace right for me?

One of the best options to protect the back from sitting at a desk or prevent further injury during moderate, non-contact activity. Try our Brace Advisor for personalized product recommendations to meet your needs!

Stabilizing Support for the Lower Back

Introducing the ComfortFORM Back Support from DonJoy. Low profile support constructed with durable power mesh elastic and molded lumbar compression pad to provide comfortable support for the sacrolumbar region of the spine. Overlapping double pull straps provide additional support to the lumbar and abdominal area to promote proper spinal alignment and help prevent and protect injuries including strains and sprains. Silicone gripper strips on either side of back pad help prevent migration. Latex free.

The DonJoy ComfortForm Back Support is recommended for moderate compression and support for injuries of the lower back and stabilizing support to help prevent spinal overload. Support may also be used to help protect against back injury during demanding activities.

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Size Chart & Fit Help

Sizing: Measure your waist for proper sizing.


Size Waist
XS 20" - 25"
S 25" - 30"
M 30" - 34"
L 34" - 38"
XL 38" - 42"
XXL 42" - 56"
XXXL 56" - 62"
Product Questions (26)

Product Questions

DonJoy ComfortFORM Back Support

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  • Jeff at 8/16/2016 8:09 PM
    • I use one of these periodically. Do you have an online instruction sheet? I always forget which is top and which should be bottom when wearing. One side (in the back) is wider than the other. I also forget the recommended sequence to fasten. Is it main Velcro than sides (I assume) or the other way around?
    • Unfortunately we do not have the instruction available online, but a good way to determine the bottom from the top is the last strap that wraps around the waist and is lower than the other side that side goes in the bottom.
  • Angela at 6/21/2016 11:24 AM
    • I'm a CNA and we lift and transfer patients 100+lbs at least 3 times on my shift what would you recommend for a back brace. My lower back kills me after every shift it hurts to move.
    • The DonJoy ComfortFORM Back Support is an excellent brace for support during any activity. Because you are doing so much lifting when transferring patients we would suggest also looking at the Saunders Work Sport Industrial Back Support. This brace has loops to hook through your belt loops on your pants to keep the brace in place when active. You might find this better suited for your needs. See the link below for further details.
  • Susan at 4/16/2016 9:14 AM
    • I was diagnosed with lordosis as a preteen. Other than specific exercise at the time, no other treatment was needed. Except for the presence of a curvature in my lower spine, you'd never know. Until now. By midday every day I feel as if my lower back/spine has been broken. A slight bend or turn causes me to gasp. I am on my feet all day, so I know that is the problem. I am looking for something that I can wear daily to prevent the pain from occurring in the first place. What do you recommend?
    • The Don Jou Comfort Form back support has a pad that is placed in the lower back to keep that lordotic curve in your back. The brace will help to keep you in the correct position during the day which should help with the pain.
  • Tricia at 4/12/2016 1:56 PM
    • I'm a competitive swimmer and have degenerative disc disease. I always have back pain before, during, and after I am swimming. Is this the best brace for me?
    • The brace will help to keep your back in a more suppotive position out of the pool.
  • Keiko at 3/17/2016 10:40 AM
    • I have severe siatica pain along with Stenosis of my spine and nerves pinch and cause A LOT of Pain!!! Which back brace should I get? Thank You!
    • The DonJoy EXOS FORM 626 would be a good choice. The back brace uses a pull-type of system that tightens the back the brace in the pack to increase the support . the brace will make you stand, sit and walk in a posture correct positiion that should help decrease back pain. https://www.betterbraces.com/exos-form-626-spine-bracing-system
  • Stephanie at 10/8/2015 10:47 AM
    • could you remove the cushioning on the donjoy comfortform back brace?
    • Stephanie
      No the pad is sewn into the brace, it cannot be removed
  • Sarah at 9/27/2015 8:51 AM
    • I have a severe Diastasis Recti as a result from pregnancy after delivery of my daughter last march. I haven't found a brace that's comfortable enough to where all the time and one that I can where at night to pull my abdominal muscles together and help heal. I've tried 4 different braces and they're either too hot, too itchy, too wide, not strong enough to support with my activity
    • Sarah
      I would suggest a abdominal binder not a back brace. The Premium Panel Elastic binders come in two different heights either 9" or 12" based on your waist size. The panels are made of elastic material so should be too hot https://www.betterbraces.com/procare-premium-panel-elastic-binder
  • Emily G at 8/22/2015 1:19 AM
    • What material is this brace made from? I have an extreme allergy to neoprene based products.

      I am trying to find a brace to support my sciatic region to help reduce pain from two injuries in the past four months, a new hinged knee brace to replace old ones with neoprene (I literally wear dish towels under them!), and an ankle brace to help when my pttd gets insane.

      Thank you!
    • Emily
      The COMFORT FORM back brace down not have any neoprene in it. The belt is elastic and the inside pad is terrycloth
  • Joel at 7/20/2015 8:48 PM
    • I'm an avid backpacker/hiker and go on multi-day trips with a heavy pack. I suffered a back injury a few years ago helping a friend move. Will I be able to use this support on my trips?
    • Joel
      Yes you should be able to wer this support and still do your activites
  • Jen at 6/15/2015 12:08 PM
    • Two questions:

      How tall is the brace in the front?

      I have a 28-29" waist, what size would I order?

    • The front of the DonJoy ComfortFORM Back Support is approximately 5.75in tall, and based on your measurements you will be a Small
  • Chris at 3/11/2015 10:14 AM
    • I am a truck driver and I have sciatica nerve issues. My left side of my back always hurts. I sit and stand plus getting in and out of my truck all day. Will this brace help with those issues or what do u suggest. Thank you for your time
    • Chris
      Yes this brace is a great brace to wear while doing these activities because it will keep your back in a neutral position which should help with the pain
  • Mark at 2/9/2015 6:34 AM
    • I have and old injury herniated disc, I think arthritis as well and sciatic issues and love to play golf , I stand all day window tinting cars and homes and need some relief for pain what would you suggest?
    • Mark
      The comfort FORM back brace will give you back the support you need while standing during the day. This would be a good brace to try.
  • Mary at 10/23/2014 12:48 PM
    • Three years ago I had L4 and L5 infusion. Now the sciatic pain in my left leg is intense and I have pain in lower back. This all started about 6 months ago. Will this work for me?
    • Mary
      The Comfort FORM back brace does have a pad in the back of the brace that will keep you in a better position while sitting and walking. The brace is pretty comfortable but does give you the support that should help with some of your leg pain and back pain.
  • Julie at 10/11/2014 2:04 PM
    • My son had a stress fracture to his L5 last year caused by the repetitive motion of competitive diving. Do you have a lower back brace he can wear while diving to help support his lower back? We have seen other competitors wear such braces while competing but not sure where to get one from.
    • Julie
      I have never seen a diver wear a back brace while competeing in all my years as an athletic trainer. Just the mechanics of diving and the force of the water when entering the pool it doesn't seem that the braces would stay in the right position or give any support to the spine. You could try one of our elastic back braces such as the DonJoy Drytex Lumbarsacral support. https://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-drytex-lumbosacral-support
  • jamie at 9/5/2014 8:58 AM
    • My 15 year old plays soccer.
      Fighting through several injuries
      Her lower right back hurts to run.
      Can she use this brace or should we use a different kind?
    • Jamie
      I would suggest the Saunders All S'port Back Support with Shorts. This is an elastic back support that can be worn while playing aports because it is very flexible. https://www.betterbraces.com/s-port-all-back-support-w-shorts
  • Rob Medeiros at 7/11/2014 5:36 AM
    • Is the price the same for all sizes :-)
    • Thank you for your question. Yes the price will be the same for all sizes of the DonJoy ComfortFORM Back Support.
  • Brian at 6/22/2014 8:23 PM
    • I have a protruded disk in my back. L4s1 I think. Will this help with pain and avoiding flare ups?
    • Brian
      I agree that this brace should help by keeping your back in a neutral postiion which will decrease pain.
  • Rich at 6/11/2014 2:53 PM
  • Patsy at 2/20/2014 11:44 AM
    • My daughter is a back spot in competitive as well as Varsity Cheerleading. Would this support belt help to relieve some of the stress that is put on her lower back? Her position in the stunt team as well as her physically demanding tumbling routines, sometimes cause her discomfort.
    • Patsy
      Yes it would, however, it may be difficult to tunble in this brace. You should look more toward the DonJoy Elastic Back Support.
  • Skip at 10/17/2013 4:43 PM
    • I have a 38" waist. Should I get a Large or Extra Large?
    • Skip
      Thank you for contacting product support. I would go with the XL, that way you know that it will fit you, you don't want to get the smaller one and t be too small.
  • ash at 8/21/2013 8:35 AM
    • I have a herniated L5 and do construction will this relieve the disomfort
    • This will take pressure of the surrounding musculature in the area and relieve some of the pain.
  • John at 7/23/2013 8:31 PM
  • Jackko at 7/22/2013 7:53 AM
  • Jim Jackson at 1/5/2012 11:31 AM
    • I noticed this is displayed on a lady. Is it also the same unit for men?
    • Yes this is a Unisex Item.
  • Jason Wright at 9/2/2011 8:05 PM
    • I have a physically demanding job. I also lift weights, do cardio, snow ski, and golf...Can I wear this particular item while doing these activities and be flexible to do these activities?
    • Yes, this support will be great for all of your activities you would like to do, while still giving you support and stability.
  • Leah at 9/1/2010 3:29 AM
    • How do I clean the ComfortFORM brace?
    • Hello Leah,

      Hand wash the brace in mild detergent, and let it air dry.
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