Invert with added comfort and security! The Teeter Cobra XL Gravity Boots are for use with the Teeter EZ Up Rack, the Teeter Inversion Bar, and with the Teeter Hang Ups Inversion tables. The XL Gravity boots have a taller shell for calf support, and are designed to be taller than the standard gravity boots. The boot straps adjust to ankles varying several inches in diameter for added comfort and security while inverting.
The Teeter Hang Ups gravity boots offer a safe way to perform tough inverted exercises.
Need a safe way to invert while in the comfort of your own home? Turn to the Teeter Hang Ups gravity boots, which are designed for use with the Teeter EZ-Up inversion rack, Teeter inversion bar, or Teeter F5000 and F7000 inversion table. Gravity boots are ideal for most inversion exercises, as they offer full ankle support and keep the wearer safely attached to the inversion device. As a result, you can relieve pressure on your vertebrae discs and ligaments, stimulate your blood circulation, improve flexibility, and reduce fatigue, all without worrying about falling to the floor. The boots are also great for performing inverted exercises, such as crunches, sit-ups, and squats.
This extra-large boot size fits most users, with bootstraps that adjust to fit both thin and thick ankles alike. The boots are also extremely comfortable, with a tough yet pliable blend of DuPont Hytrel material that minimizes pressure points, along with super-soft 5/8-inch foam liners designed to reduce compression. And thanks to the durable lightweight construction–each boot weighs only 2.5 pounds–you’ll barely notice them on your feet when hanging from the bar, rack, or table. Other details include ratcheting self-locking buckles for safety and security, removable calf loops that help reduce the load on the knee joints and the top of the foot, and a five-year warranty.
About Teeters Hang Ups
Founded in 1981 by Roger and Jennifer Teeter, Teeter Hang Ups has been manufacturing quality inversion products ever since. The primary reason for company’s success is that the founders truly believe in the health benefits of inversion, a simple, natural form of therapy that’s been around since 400 B.C. The Teeters first learned about inversion at a water ski tournament in 1980. At the time, Roger Teeter was suffering from severe back problems, which he owed to his career as a professional water skier and from an auto accident. After trying several forms of therapy to help manage his pain, he finally learned that by hanging upside down, he was able to relieve the pressure on his back and begin the road to recovery. In the ensuing years, the Teeters saw an absence in the marketplace of safe, high-quality inversion products, and dedicated themselves to filling that void. Teeter Hang Ups is the only company in the world to manufacture inversion products continuously since 1981.
Durable, Light weight construction
Super Soft foam liners to maximum comfort with minimum compression
Flexible Shell for comfortable fit
Double lock system ensures safety and security