First Foam Roller Moulded in One Piece
What Foam Rollers Do
Rollers are used to realign posture and avoid the ailments associated with bad posture, such as headaches, muscle tension and strain. People who spend a lot of time sitting at a desk or in front of a computer find great relief through regular use of a foam roller.
Why Other Rollers Flatten With Use
The coarse celled foam roller flattens very quickly in use and ceases to be effective. The cross-linked closed cell foam roller is made from sheet foam laminated and cut to shape. This process wastes approximately 50% of the material.
Who Uses Foam Rollers
Physiotherapists have used rollers to treat clients for a number of years. Rollers are recognised among trainers and sports professionals alike for their numerous health benefits.
How Obie Foam Rollers Are Made
The obie foam roller is moulded in finished form with no waste. Obie sources recyclable plastic for their foam rollers, constituting over 60% of the finished product. This is Kiwi ingenuity in action.
How We Got Started
Obie was formed when two foam makers and a physiotherapist met and realised that the New Zealand market didn’t know much about the benefits of roller use, and that imported rollers were expensive and not very durable.
Where to Buy Obie Foam Rollers
Obie foam rollers are available to the public through this website, or from physiotherapists, chiropractors, osteopaths, sports medicine doctors, Pilates instructors and personal trainers.
obie foam rollers
Obie foam rollers use recycled plastic (over 60%) and are moulded in their finished form. This is Kiwi ingenuity in action.
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