Old Bones Therapy

About Old Bones Therapy:

Brandon Fields started Old Bones Therapy in 2016 out of a need to prolong his active lifestyle.  Brandon is a ripper, but we all fall and take slams.  He became frustrated with tending to injuries with ice bags, etc.  Brandon came up with products that allow you to tend to injuries comfortably while allowing you to still be productive.

Review Date: August 2017 – September 2017

Old Bones Therapy Knee Braces:

Specs:

  • Breathable knitted fabric
  • Side stabilizers
  • Patella gel pad for joint and kneecap stabilization
  • Compression Benefits

Old Bones Therapy

Review:
I skate with my son as much as possible but it definitely takes its toll on my body.  I’ve had a surgery on each knee so I am always up for trying products that aid in recovery/injury prevention.  The knee braces from Old Bones are constructed from a breathable knitted fabric.  I really liked this as most knee sleeves and braces are made from neoprene.  Neoprene tends to be hot and move around a lot when you start to sweat.  When I skated in the Old Bones knee braces they stayed put.  They provided a very comfortable amount of compression that helped keep my old knees going for longer than normal.  They also are not overly bulky, so I was able to use them under my 187 knee pads without feeling overly restricted.  The more I used the Old Bones knee braces the less my knees ached when I was done.  I have pretty large legs and knees so the size Large fit me comfortably.  Be sure to check the size chart to get the right fit for yourself.

Pros

  • Comfortable compression
  • Breathable
  • Stays put
  • Gel pad aids in impacts
  • Price

Cons

  • none
Style: (4.8 / 5)
Comfort: (4.5 / 5)
Durability: (5.0 / 5)
Overall: (4.8 / 5)

Old Bones Therapy Back Brace:

Specs:

  • Perforated Neoprene
  • Dual Elastic Pull Bands
  • 4 Flexible Stability Stays
  • Non-Slip Silicone Lining
  • Internal Gel Pack Pocket
  • Includes 2 Reusable Gel Packs

Old Bones Therapy back brace

Review:
I go to yoga and do other stretches for my lower back on a regular basis.  Skating, snowboarding, mountain biking, etc. definitely take their toll on my back.  I’d never really used a back brace but I was intrigued by the Old Bones back brace.  The pocket for heat or ice is a major plus.  When I get back from activities now, I put in the ice pack and wear the brace for 20-30 minutes.  As time permits I’ll use the heat pack before activities to loosen up my back muscles.  It’s really nice to be able to ice or heat my back and still be productive.  The inner and outer velcro straps allow you to adjust the comfort and compression levels to your liking.  The back brace is also thin enough that you could easily wear it under a shirt discreetly if you wanted. I wear a size 34″ in pants, the size L/XL brace fit me well.  Be sure to check the size guide and recommendations so you get the right one for you.

Pros

  • Comfortable compression
  • Breathable
  • Ice/heat pack pocket
  • Price

Cons

  • none
Style: (4.8 / 5)
Comfort: (4.5 / 5)
Durability: (5.0 / 5)
Overall: (4.8 / 5)

Old Bones Therapy back brace with ice pack

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