Gratlin Women’s Maternity Soft Seamless Pressure Support Belly Band Black XL

Size information:
S waist:72-76cm belly:90-95cm hips:88-92cm
M waist:77-82cm belly:96-101cm hips:93-97cm
L waist:83-88cm belly:102-107cm hips:98-103cm
XL waist:89-95cm belly:108-114cm hips:104-110cm

This Gratlin Maternity Belly Band is ideal for correcting poor posture and supporting weak abdominal muscles during pregnancy.
Strengthened underband and back knitting helps you out from common pains and soreness for their extra support.
With soft and elastic fabric, it could provide full support, thus reduce pressure on your bladder, and improve blood circulation.
Thanks to its seamless comfortable design, it would be your best everyday wear and the warm cradle for your little baby.

Product Features

  • Stretchy fabric to offer full support for varying stages in pregnancy
  • Wider and thicker underband for extra support
  • Tight knitting in waist area to relieve pressure from backbone
  • Seamless design to reduce the irritation by thread
  • Soft and breathable material for unsurpassed comfort

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3 Responses to Gratlin Women’s Maternity Soft Seamless Pressure Support Belly Band Black XL

  1. Zoe Neighbour says:

    Brilliant product and for the price cannot rate this highly enough! Been using this since I was 20 weeks pregnant and now, at 36 weeks I am still using it and don’t leave the house without wearing it! Brilliant product and for the price, it is a godsend. Only thing is, it comes up a little big I would say – my baby boy is 8 pounds in there and so you can imagine my bump is HUGE yet there is still quite a lot of extra material at the top!! Doesn’t get in the way or anything and definitely rather have too much than too little…

  2. Readee says:

    I can run again! Until a few weeks ago (I am now 23 weeks pregnant) I was continuing to run through my pregnancy… it was the only thing keeping me sane from my two year old going through the terrible twos! But a few weeks ago I was stopped in my tracks from ligament pain across the bottom of my bump after a mile, a few times a week I continued to attempt runs but failing miserably. My last resort was to try this bump band and I have managed to just get out and run a hilly 4 mile run with zero ligament pains…

  3. Pinky says:

    Well worth a try – supportive and comfortable