The Advantage Air-Lite Stirrup Ankle Brace provides support, enhances circulation and helps reduce swelling to injured ankles. Did you twist, sprain, or "roll" your ankle while playing basketball, exercising at the gym, or at your physically demanding job? If so, this ankle brace is just what you need. The semi-rigid, anatomically designed shells provide protection, comfort and prevention of inversion/eversion. The pre-inflated air cells offer the ultimate cushioned support and simplified application and hook and loop closures offer a custom fit. Wear it with your shoe or without and on your left or right foot.
The ankle is supported by ligaments, which are assisted by muscles and tendons. Each time you take a step, they all work in unison to keep the foot in the correct position. Commonly “rolling the ankle” will occur damaging these ligaments on the outside of the foot. This can happen by stepping on the foot of another athlete, stepping off a curb, planting and changing direction while running, or walking on uneven ground. If the ankle ligaments are seriously injured, they will heal with a decreased ability to keep the ankle stable. You'll always appreciate the substance and reliability of buying from ActiveForever.com!
Advantage Air-Lite Stirrup Ankle Brace Features:
- Air cell system enhances circulation and helps reduce swelling
- Anatomical design
- Air cells are pre-inflated for easy application
- Universal design fits either left or right foot
- Hook and loop closures offer a custom fit
- Can be worn with your shoe
Advantage Air-Lite Stirrup Ankle Brace Specifications:
- Advantage Air-Lite Stirrup Ankle Brace Manual
- Dimensions: 11"H x 3"W x 3"D
- Weight: 1 lbs
- Sizing: Universal sizing fits either right or left foot
- Color: White
- Latex Free: Yes
Warranty: 90 Days
Returns: Due to hygiene purposes, this item is non-returnable. Please refer to ActiveForever’s return policy for more detailed information.
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