Supportive straps offer plenty of reinforcement for injured tendons and joints. The material is made from an anti-odor material that won’t itch and that wicks moisture to help keep feet cool and dry.
On the more expensive side, but it’s well worth the money if you want comprehensive support for your ankle.
An innovative figure-eight design allows for optimal support and protection to help with overall stability. This ankle brace features a bilateral design, ensuring you can use it on the right or left foot with ease.
Some consumers, particularly those who are using this brace for activities, find it to be a bit too rigid.
Those suffering from acute and chronic injuries will appreciate the faster recovery time that this ankle brace affords. The ankle remains sufficiently protected despite the comfortable open heel design.
This brace only comes in one size, which is inconvenient for those with feet that are smaller or larger than normal.
A single strap not only holds this ankle brace securely in place, it can also be adjusted to fit into shoes with high and low tops. This ankle brace has a hinge that allows full range of motion.
The hard material that goes under the bottom of the foot can be a bit painful to some.
Unlike some ankle braces that deliver support to a target area, this one provides even pressure across the ankle joint. The result is moderate pain relief from common ankle injuries such as sprains and plantar fasciitis.
A handful of consumers find that the band in the front can be a bit too tight, especially when this brace is worn with socks.