Universal DesignFits both left and right feet of all shapes and sizes
BioMemory™ MaterialReturns to original shape with every movement
Elastomeric BootStretches under tension and offers a snug fit
BreathablePerforated boot to keep the foot cool and sweat-free
Dynamic StabilityKeeps ankle joints stable and safe during activities
Enhanced PerformanceStores and releases energy for an extra boost
Low ProfileFits inside shoes and cleats without any hassle
Adjustable SupportAdd or remove stirrups as per your support needs
EASY ON, EASY OFF
Our simple velcro strapping system allows you to adjust your fit on the fly. No more knots or spaghetti laces.
The perfect balance between support and mobility. BioMemoryTM material keeps you protected while staying active
A single brace for each stage of recovery. Add or remove the padded inserts depend-ing on the level of support you need
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Frequently Asked Questions About Ankle Braces
What injuries need an ankle brace?
Ankle braces are primarily worn for increased joint support and protection from further injuries when you have a sprained ankle. However, your doctor or physician may also ask you to wear an ankle brace for the following reasons:
- Prevention of scar tissue development
- Reducing the risk of arthritis
- To prevent and/or reduce chronic and acute ankle pain
- Treatment for plantar fasciitis
- Preventing other medical issues like fractures, sprains, Achilles tendonitis, and more
The ankle braces also help manage instability from poor balance, obesity, dysfunctional gait, and gout.
What shoes can I wear with an ankle brace or support?
If you are going to wear an ankle brace or support, you should consider wearing high-top shoes that have extra support around the ankle. Shoes with sturdy soles and medium thickness also help limit motion, allowing ankle braces to do their job. While slide-on shoes may seem easier to wear with ankle braces on, you should go for a lace-up type with a good heel counter.
Can I wear my ankle brace or support over my sock?
While wearing an ankle brace or support, it is recommended that you wear a sock underneath it. This helps you protect your skin from friction with the braces or supports and prevents sores or blisters. Try to wear long socks that have more area of your leg, way past the top of your ankle brace or support.
How long do you have to wear an ankle brace after an injury?
If you are asked to wear an ankle brace, the severity of the injury will determine how long you have to wear the brace or support. If you have experienced ligament tears, you may need to wear a brace for 4 to 12 months. The duration also depends on the level of activity you do during the recovery period. If you are an athlete, you may need to wear specialized braces to offer better protection and stability to your injured ankle.