NeoPro® Finguard™ Large
Finger injuries account for the most common injuries in sport. Of those injuries the most common is a sprain, dislocation or break to the proximal interphalangeal joint (PIP joint). This is the middle knuckle of your fingers and the exact joint Finguards™ were designed to prevent, and then continue to protect.
The Finguards™ are made from a specially formed neoprene. It provides support to the PIP and DIP (the top finger knuckle) joints of your fingers in its own right, but also "buddys" it to another finger, doubling the strength and resilience.
The neoprene further keeps the joints warm, even when wet, thus reducing the chance of bone and ligament damage.
Available in sizes large (70mm Long), medium (60mm long) and small/junior (50mm long)
Finguards will stretch to fit so dont worry if they feel a bit tight to begin with. Do not lend to a mate with bigger fingers, tell them to get their own!!
Fibre contents 60% Neoprene 40% Nylon
Hand wash only in warm soapy water (max 30 degrees). Clean heavilly soiled areas with a soft damp cloth. Allow to dry naturally. Do not bleach. Do not iron. Do not dry clean. Do not tumble dry.
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How to use your Finguards™
Finger injuries account for the most common injuries in sport. Of those injuries the most common is a sprain, dislocation or break to the proximal interphalangeal joint (PIP joint). This is the middle knuckle of your fingers and the exact joint Finguards™ were designed to prevent, and then protect.
Identify your weakest or most vulnerable finger. This could be due to a previous or existing injury, or a particular concern, for example if you type or write a lot in your occupation and want to protect your forefiger (the pointy one!)
Using your Finguard™ "buddy" it to the strongest neighbouring finger, such as the middle finger, to provide support and let it work it's magic!