The Adirondack Strap

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The Adirondack Strap was invented by Bob Neron, an Adirondack trapper who felt the need to tighten his liner during vigorous activities in warm climates to avoid slipping. The strap is constructed of a removable 1.5" hook-and-loop closure, which sticks to the liner, offering a D-ring-type, infinitely adjustable closure over the femoral condyles. Purchase the Adirondack Strap for $18.50. This product is a must for patients who complain of sliding out of their liners as perspiration becomes a lubricant. Great for runners, swimmers, or even just cutting the grass on a hot day.

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