Medical Arm Sling with Split Strap Technology, Maximum Comfort, Ergonomic Design by Custom SLR
- Split Strap Technology: Distributes weight evenly to reduce pain/fatigue and provides superior ventilation
- Unique Ergonomic Design: Conforms to shoulder for unparalleled comfort
- Maximum Comfort
- Adjustable Length: Adjusts to fit most adults
- Reversible: Right or Left Hand
With the Custom SLR Arm Sling, your arm and shoulder will be fully supported and secure, and you’ll never have to worry about the strap digging in.
Patent-Pending Split Strap Technology Reduces Pain, Doesn’t Dig Into Your Shoulder
This arm sling features a patent-pending Split Strap Technology and cushy neoprene padding that conform to your shoulder and evenly distribute weight, providing unparalleled comfort.
It’s ideal for anyone who needs well-balanced, comfortable support during recuperation from sprain, fracture, or other injury.
Easy to Adjust From the Front With One Hand
With the Custom SLR Arm Sling, you can easily tighten it from the front with your other hand by simply pulling on the strap. It also features hidden pockets to store your cash or IDs, and thumb loops to secure your arm in the sling and support your hand, so it doesn’t get tired. Feel the difference and be pain free.
Will this arm sling fit you?
- We recommend the Custom SLR Arm Sling for most adults, 90-250 pounds.
- Strap length: 37 inches
- Pouch length: 14 inches
- One size fits most
We have arm slings in other sizes:
- Think Ergo Arm Sling Sport XS – Recommended for children and adults who need a smaller arm sling. Pouch length is 11.5 inches.
- Think Ergo Arm Sling Fit XL – Recommended for adults who need a longer arm pouch. Pouch length is 14-17 inches (the length is adjustable).
Custom SLR Arm Sling Instructions:
1) Take the arm sling out of the box and lay it on a flat surface, such as a table.
2) If you will be using the arm sling on your right arm, the opening of the arm pouch should be pointing to your left.
If you will be using it on your left arm, the opening of the arm pouch should be pointing to your right.
3) Thread the strap through the loop and pull to tighten.
4) Put the arm sling on. The strap should be centered on your shoulder and the arm sling should be comfortably supporting your arm. To tighten, pull the strap at the front, or adjust it via the Tri-Glide buckle on the back.