Ankle Stabilizer - Slip-On Style w/Heel Locking Straps & Compression

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Professional Orthopaedic Ankle Stabilizer . Brand OTC. latex Free. Maximum Support. The fully adjustable strapping system provides optimum medial-lateral control, and prevents arches collapsing.

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This cool, lightweight ankle stabilizer combines the compression and comfort of a soft ankle brace with the rigid stability of an ankle stirrup. The fully adjustable strapping system provides optimum medial-lateral and won't stretch during exercise. This is one of the most widely used ankle bracing systems today because of its proven performance, comfort and durability. It can be worn after an acute ankle sprain or as a preventative product to protect against repeat ankle sprains during athletic activities. Slips on like a sock, slim design fits easily into a shoe.


• Thin lace-up nylon boot fits easily into shoe

• Nylon encircling stabilizer straps maintain the ankle in a neutral position to prevent inversion or eversion sprain injury

• Stabilizer straps can easily be retightened while still inside the shoe, and the elastic cuff effectively secures brace around the ankle

• Removable plastic stays enhance protection against a repeat sprain, provide effective treatment following an acute sprain

• Padded heel and tongue fabric is durable and provides added comfort. Material is 100% latex-free

Medical Applications:  Post cast removal, ankle sprains, ankle instability, non-specific ankle pain, soft tissue injuries, ankle weakness and fatigue


1 . Unfasten criss-cross straps and loosen the lacing so that the foot can slip comfortably into the boot. 

2. Adjust the padded tongue for comfort over the top of the foot and lower leg. Tighten bottom lacing snugly, and continue on to the top. 

3. Bring the inside strap forward across the top of the foot, under the heel, and attach the side of the boot. Repeat with the outside strap. 

4. Wrap elastic cuff over tied laces and fastened straps. The stabilizer should fit very snug, but not so tight that it causes discomfort or disrupts circulation in the foot. 


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