EquiFit ShouldersBack Original ™
EquiFit ShouldersBack Original ™
Maintain perfect posture with EquiFit’s renowned ShouldersBack. Developed by orthopedic specialists, our vest-like garment gently pulls the shoulders back to improve posture while riding, sitting or standing.
Colour - Black and White
Developed by a leading orthopedic team to help rider’s improve posture, ShouldersBack™ is also worn by professional athletes, dancers, chiropractors, dental hygienists, actors and models.
With consistent use ShouldersBack helps retrain your mind and muscles to stay in a correct, upright position. ShouldersBack™ is comfortable, breathable and does not restrict nor hinder your movement. Because ShouldersBack™ does alter your positioning, we recommend beginning slowly and listening to your body.
Slip it on for just one hour a day and, if it feels good to you, gradually increase the time to your comfort level. ShouldersBack is great for both men and women.
Made in USA: Yes
Sold as: Individual
Small, up to 24″/61cm chest (child)
Medium, from 25″/66,5cm and up to 38″/96,5cm chest
Large, from 39″/99cm and up to 50″/127cm chest
Color: White, Black
In the United States, ShouldersBack already has a large following with equestrians, but intense interest in the fashion and spa industries have made it a product for everyone. ShouldersBack has been featured in the highly popular womens magazines Elle and W. Beverly Hills Magazine, Day Spa Magazine, Fashion Manuscript, and Golf Fashions & Finds Magazine have also taken notice of the original product.
One of the most exciting events for EquiFit, Inc. was the inclusion of ShouldersBack in an exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. Extreme Beauty: The Body Transformed was an exhibit that presented a unique opportunity to observe fashion's most outrageous innovations and strategies of dress that have shaped and altered the body's silhouette to conform to shifting concepts of beauty. Among historical dresses and fashion from some of the worlds most famous designers, ShouldersBack was on display.
EquiFit, Inc. offers a complete line of products for riders who are serious about performance. Their range of products include: the revolutionary T-Boot Series, horse boots, T-Sport Wraps, T-Form saddle pads, and the industrys only riding posture correction garment, ShouldersBack.
EquiFits flagship product is the ShouldersBack, which provides perfect posture, made perfectly easy. Designed by orthopedic specialists, ShouldersBack is a vest-like garment that gently pulls the shoulders back to improve posture while riding. It helps support riders backs, improves equitation, and helps one stand taller and feel better.
In addition to its posture-correcting use, ShouldersBack may also be a solution for those with shoulder injuries. EquiFit, Inc. sponsored rider, Angela Covert-Lawrence, recently suffered a separated shoulder at the Winter Equestrian Festival. I went and checked out the ShouldersBack. Right away, the ShouldersBack fit better and was much less bulky than my first shoulder brace. I wear it every day now, and it is much more discreet than the doctors brace, she explained.
Covert found she had amazing results from wearing the ShouldersBack. My orthopedic surgeon and physiologist said that the ShouldersBack did exactly what the old brace did and that it even looked like a better fit for me, thanks to the adjustable straps. It was quite an endorsement from two medical professionals, she said with a smile.
EquiFit, Inc. is dedicated to helping riders improve and become more competitive. They are proud to work with 2004 Athens Olympic gold medalist McLain Ward, Olympians Margie Engle and Alison Firestone, as well as grand prix riders Molly Ashe, Michael Morrissey, Joie Gatlin, Callan Solem, Jimmy Torano, Christine McCrea, Mandy Porter, Irish grand prix rider Conor Swail, Olympic Three-Day event rider Darren Chiacchia, and Australian Three-Day event rider Christine Bates.
Although EquiFit, Inc. mostly sponsors grand prix riders, their boots and saddle pads can be used for a wide array of equestrian disciplines including dressage, eventing, endurance, reining, trail riding, and racing. (www.HorseTackReview.com)