On the trail with Ian
Why wear a four-point belt?

Even if: presenting the Evoflex®

Why is this post "presenting" a product we've had for years? Because we meet few people who can name all the ways to use it!

For one thing, it's a part-time or full-time pelvic support for "people who don't like belts" and/or have problems with belts getting in the way for transfers and at other times.

But many of our users don't use the Evoflex at the center of their body. Instead, they use it mid-thigh, where it can support them in elevated back angles (e.g. PDG Elevation chairs), sports, dance and picking up toys off the floor, just to name a few. Or they use it on their upper body for a part-time chest support, e.g. when doing crafts, hobbies or computer work , to avoid muscle strain and fatigue.

The Evoflex is compatible with our stick-on gel-filled sub-ASIS pads, so even users with asymmetry and atrophy can benefit from the close fit and flexibility that it offers. Some of our most loyal users do not have a lot of body weight to spare!

Another little-known-fact: it's available with each of our four buckle types, including our XS push button for kids, for all levels of hand function. 

The Evoflex comes with mounting hardware, but your chair might need a few extra bits and pieces to do it right. Feel free to ask us about yours. 

So "even if" you have special needs, if you need a short, close, "non-belt," check out the Evoflex. It just might become your new best friend. 


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