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    Are TLD WS3205 wrist supports good?

    Anyone have used these wrist supports can you recommend them?

    I'm looking for something that will keep my wrist supported but still allow me to ride. TIA

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    Hmmm...Are you intending to use these in a preventative or restorative application?

    Your request is vague in what you want them to do for you.
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    As a general input, I have been very pleased with several of the TLD protection devices. Most everything I have seen appears to be of quality design.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleared2land View Post
    Hmmm...Are you intending to use these in a preventative or restorative application?

    Your request is vague in what you want them to do for you.
    Both, first to help heal and then I would wear them to hopefully prevent recurring injury.

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    One word of advice regarding injuries. Be sure that you've allowed a proper period of time for healing. Risk of re-injuring is so easy to do. I have been guilty of riding before healing and paid the price.
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    My wife started using the TLD 5205 wrist guards after a 75% tear of her radial carpal ligament. She's stated that they're pretty comfortable and have definitely saver her from re injuring her wrist. The 3205s seem similar so for what it's worth I think they'd help.

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