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Florence, KY

Jun 5 , 2010
The Softform Belt works, but may need a simple modification.

This Belt is sturdy. Attachments are made using Velcro. The The left and right pads are individually removable. You place the pad pockets over the affected area(s) and attach both ends of the elastic waist belt to the main section. Then attach the two elastic leg straps, individually, underneath your body to the waist belt. The leg straps are permanently sewn to the bottom of the main section. In my case, the plastic closures sewn into the back of the waist belt were placed too far back, so the leg straps quickly found their way inward (to an uncomfortable location, shall we say). You can remove them with a razor blade and sew them anywhere on the waist belt, OR buy some 3/4 inch (or wider) self-sticking Velcro strips, stick hook and loop sections together (adhesive-to-adhesive) and wrap a couple of lengths edge-touching-edge around the waist belt where you want to make the leg strap attachments, then stick the free end of that strip to itself, and now you can attach a leg strap to that Velcro strip. Despite the instructions, you might NOT want to cut off excess leg strapping. Instead, after making an attachment to the waist belt, tuck the free end under the waist belt to help keep it attached.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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