Kinship Tubular Bandages

  • Provides treatment for soft tissue injuries, burns, & other wounds to joints and limbs.
  • Helps wounds stay covered and clean; may reduce risk of infection.
  • Commonly used to treat lymphedema.
  • Can be used to prevent swelling, as well as reduce it.
  • May reduce post-burn scarring.
  • Used to support sprains, soft tissue injuries and aching limbs.
  • Can provide even compression and support, when secured safely.
  • Tubular bandages are flexible & durable, show little wear and tear.
  • Made with a washable fabric, they’re reusable.
  • Easy to hand wash or run through your wash’s delicate cycle. Follow with air dry.
  • Easily applied bandage, provides secure wound dressings.
  • Comes in a compact roll.
  • Cotton/spandex blend is comfortable and provides 2-way stretch. It’s also latex-free.
  • Hospital-grade bandage, made in the U.S.A.
  • Comes in two convenient sizes: 2-meter (6.5 feet) or 10-meter (33 feet).
  • FREE shipping on orders over $40.
  • 100% Satisfaction Guarantee – We’ll offer a refund if you’re not completely satisfied.

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Tubular Bandages – Functional, Supportive Wound & Injury Care

Tubular elastic bandages are an important item in any medical supply kit, thanks to their amazing versatility. They’re also affordable, easy to use, and long-lasting. They can easily be applied, even to parts that are typically difficult to bandage, like elbows, knees, and ankles. They offer quick support and even compression. Common uses? To prevent and control swelling, to support sports injuries, to support soft tissue injuries, and to bandage and reduce post-burn scarring.

Let’s uncover more of its benefits and go into further detail.

Helps with Lymphedema & Edema

One of the main purposes of a tubular bandage is to offer compression. By utilizing safe, even pressure, users can reduce and/or prevent swelling. This is especially helpful for areas that are more difficult to apply and secure wound dressings, like the ankles. By providing compression, lymph fluid is more likely to drain and users can better control and reduce future buildup.

Kin-Grip Bandages come in two sizes: 10 meters & 2 meters. Simply cut the tubular bandage to your desired length and wrap that bandage once or twice, depending upon the desired level of compression.

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Post-Burn & Wound Care Tubular Bandage

Tubular elastic bandages have long been used to aid in scar prevention for burn and wound victims. Why? Because they offer gentle support and have been found to offer the most positive results. And no tape or adhesive is necessary. While some scarring is normal, hypertrophic scarring (raised scarring) can make everyday activities extremely difficult. In some cases this thickening and hardening of the skin can also lead to deformities and body image issues.

Hypertrophic scars can affect those impacted by skin trauma, burns, and surgical incisions.

To reduce the risk, many medical professionals recommend tubular elastic bandages for treatment and prevention. But as always, follow your doctor’s specific instructions.

Limb Support, Sports Injuries & Soft Tissue Injuries

Thanks to their flexible nature, tubular bandages are frequently used to support sprained, strained, and achy limbs and muscles. They can support fragile tissue, ligaments, joints, and tendons. Even those with chronic conditions like arthritis can benefit from a good tubular bandage.

Not only is your tubular support bandage useful for limbs, but also fingers, toes, and many other areas of the body that frequently move. By providing gentle pressure, many users notice a reduction in swelling and pain.

Types of Tubular Elastic Bandages & How to Care for Them

Tubular elastic bandages come in different sizes and materials. Common bandage materials include cotton, spandex, polyamide, and viscose.

Here at Kinship Comfort Brands, we’re proud to offer KinGrip, which is made with a high quality cotton/spandex blend. It’s comfortable, breathable, and stretchy. This is especially important because tubular bandages are frequently used for prolonged periods of time. KinGrip is also washable, so you can use it multiple times. Simply air dry after hand washing or putting through washer on delicate. Best of all, our tubular bandages are latex-free, which is a benefit to users with latex allergies and in emergency situations where allergies may be unknown.

We’re also proud to offer several bandage sizes (from B to G) and two convenient lengths: 10 meters and 2 meters. Simply cut to your desired length. It’s as easy as that.

Need Help Determining Your Bandage Size?

We offer six sizes that fit most people. To determine your size, measure around the widest section of the area the tubular support bandage will cover. Here’s a chart you can reference for easy ordering:

Size Width Ideal Area
B 2.5″ Small hands, arms, or legs
C 2.75″ Adult-sized hands, arms, or legs
D 3″ Large adult-sized arms or legs
E 3.5″ Adult-sized legs or small thighs
F 4″ Large adult-sized knee or thighs
G 4.75″ Large adult-sized knee or thigh

If you feel that your sizing is in between what we’ve displayed above, in most cases we suggest selecting the larger size.

And keep in mind that when re-stocking medical kits, it’s important to have a number of different-sized tubular bandages. One-size-fits-all tubular bandages are not recommended. Why? Because bandages that are too tight can cause discomfort and may even worsen a wound. And bandages that are too loose won’t provide the support and compression needed either.

Why Choose Kinship?

At Kinship Comfort Brands our desire is to offer products that promote and support health and wellness. That’s why we focus on high-quality materials and products from the start. We then back our products with a 100% satisfaction guarantee to ensure that our customers are completely satisfied. In addition, these bandages are proudly made in the USA.

Not satisfied with a product? We’ll give you a full refund, no pressure, no questions asked. We also offer free shipping for online orders over $40, for an easy and affordable customer experience.

We’re proud to be a family-run business and have been providing high-quality products to our customers since 2012.


How should a tubular bandage feel for the wearer?

The tubular bandage should NOT feel uncomfortable to the person wearing it. Generally, your tubular bandage should feel snug but not restrictive or uncomfortable. This is especially important as tubular bandages are often worn for long periods of time.

How do I measure a tubular support bandage?

To ensure that the relevant body part is covered, extend the tubular support bandage to slightly above and slightly below the applicable area. Depending on how much compression is needed, simply wrap once for lesser compression, or double wrap for more compression. Of course, you’ll want to use caution, but cut the bandage to the desired length with scissors. Cut any loose threads to avoid damage to the tubular bandage during a wash, so it can be reused if necessary.

How much tubular bandage should I buy?

The 10-meter tubular bandage is the most cost-effective option. It provides ample bandage length, especially for double wrapping.

I’m allergic to latex. Are your tubular elastic bandages safe for me to wear?

Yes! Our tubular bandages are made from a cotton and spandex blend, so they’re latex-free.

How do I determine my size?

We’ve created a helpful tubular bandage sizing chart for easy reference. To ensure a proper fit, measure the widest part of the area you’re hoping to cover. If you’re in between sizes, we recommend sizing up.

Size Width Ideal Area
B 2.5″ Small hands, arms, or legs
C 2.75″ Adult-sized hands, arms, or legs
D 3″ Large adult-sized arms or legs
E 3.5″ Adult-sized legs or small thighs
F 4″ Large adults sized knees or thighs
G 4.75″ Large Adult sized knee or thigh

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