The Edge by Skelex is a fabric-elastic-based exosuit meant to support the lower back during repetitive forward-bending tasks.

It differs from some of its counterparts in that the leg straps extend below the knees. In 2024, there are clearly two camps of thinking on this issue: straps at the thighs vs. straps below the knees.


The Edge by Skelex is a workplace safety and productivity exosuit. It, therefore, can fall under a “tool” or “personal protective equipment, PPE,” depending on your point of view. Its primary purpose is to support the user’s back. When a person bends forward repeatedly, they create a moment arm across their spine. The Edge is designed to offset some of the torque, reducing the back muscle strain and the spine’s compression forces. This is a lightweight, passive/elastic-driven wearable.

With the release of this new product in March 2024, Skelex announced that ten employees within Coca-Cola Euriopacific Partners Paris have already been testing the Edge for over one month. (source)


  • Weight:0.25 kg (0.55 lb)
  • Meant to offload the spine by 15%
  • Potential to reduce back muscle loading by 40%
  • Integrated knee pads
  • One-size fits all
  • Goal of reducing of cutting the strain of lifting by a fifth

Skelex, Saturnusstraat 95, 2516 AG, The Hague, website

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