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Costway 4-level Adjustable Slant Board Wooden Calf Stretcher Incline Stretching Ankle

Item# SPM15510517824 | Model# SP36831 | Added on June 19, 2019 |
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Costway 4-level Adjustable Slant Board Wooden Calf Stretcher Incline Stretching Ankle
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Description
Perfect for calf and shoulder stretching, this adjustable slant board could help improve your body flexibility! Our slant board is a flat-surfaced device which is made of heavy-duty multilayer plywood to hold up to 350lbs. Anti-skid tread with frosted texture and stable tripod structure ensure safety because it could protect you from falling down. What’s more, an oxford fabric bag is attached for storage after you folding down the slant board for easy transportation. We recommend this for athletic people and people with Achilles tendon injuries, shin splints, calf strains and other foot/ankle injuries and pain. Don’t hesitate to buy one!

Features:
Multilayer plywood is heavy-duty and could hold up to 350lbs
Tripod structure is stable and hard to fall apart
4 level inclination adjustment could meet different demands
Safe and simple locking system with rotary hinge and joggle joints
Compact folded size and storage bag for easy transportation
Anti-skid tread with frosted texture ensures safety
Pressure-tested snap system allows you to quickly adjust the angle
Suitable for all kinds of aerobic fitness training and post-injury repair
10°inclination for beginners and 40°inclination for professional athletes

Specifications?
Color: Blue and Wooden
Material: Plywood
Size: 17.5''x13''x2.5'' (L x W x H)
Weight Capacity: 350lbs
Product Weight: 10lbs
Four Adjustable Angles: 10, 20, 30, 40 Deg
Package includes:
1 x Adjustable Wooden Incline Slant Board
1 x 600D Oxford Cloth ... read more
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