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ASO Ankle Stabilizing Orthosis - Black - Medium

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  • Stabilizing straps: form figure-eight to protect and support ankle
  • Elastic cuff closure: enhances support from stabilizing straps and secures laces
  • Low profile: will fit in any type of shoe. Each ankle brace is sold separately.
  • Bilateral design: each size fits left or right foot. Ballistic nylon boot: provides tremendous strength and durability
  • US manufacturing: higher quality control standards. When measuring your Ankle Circumference, please refer to the image
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Size: Medium | Color: Black

The ASO Ankle Stabilizing Orthosis is one of the most popular ankle supports with coaches, trainers and physical therapists. The contoured tongue provides exceptional fit and is constructed of light-weight yet durable Cool Flex material. This material also lines the inside back of the boot, providing increased comfort to the achilles area. The polyester-cotton laces are strong and resist shrinking. 20 or the 25 universities in the AP top 25 wear the ASO or EVO ankle brace. 55 of the 65 schools in mens NCAA tournament 2009 wore the ASO ankle orthosis. ASO is the choice of champions.

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Size: Medium | Color: Black
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: Made in USA
  • ASIN: B000TGUN7A
  • UPC: 208357640140
  • Item model number: 260014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (407 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,414 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Customer Reviews

It fits comfortably in my shoe.
Linda Smith
It provides much more support and stability than other braces out there, and it's very comfortable.
Colleen Barber
Highly recommended to anyone looking for a support for their ankles.
Theboone326

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

133 of 139 people found the following review helpful By drew on October 21, 2010
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Medium Verified Purchase
I have probably bought 6 different ankle braces in a never-ending quest to find the perfect one. My wife makes fun of me about this every time I bring a new one home. I used an uncomfortable ankle brace with stiff plastic rods in it for a long time, before I finally bought the McDavid based on a recommendation from a basketball buddy. Then I decided to buy this one for comparison. They have exactly the same design with a few minor differences, and both work extremely well to stabilize the ankle without being uncomfortable. The McDavid is a bit more bulky, and has something like 9 sets of eyelets to lace up, which takes a while to tighten/loosen. It also felt a bit tight in the forefoot initially, although that has improved with breaking in, to the point where it no longer bothers me. The ASO has a smaller profile and only has 6 sets of eyelets to tighten/loosen, which makes it easier to use. I like them both, and now use one on each ankle. I prefer the ASO for ease of use, but the difference between the two is minor.
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58 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Kev032 on April 3, 2012
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Medium
I received one of these at the sport med clinic that I was an intern at. I have a chronically weak/lax ankle from multiple sprains over the years and cannot play sports without it braced. In addition, I have been working in the sports med field for 5 years... I have seen a tried several braces, but I found the ASO to provide the the best combination of support, comfort, and flexibility of any that I've worn. If I had my way, I'd tape my ankle everytime, but this brace comes close to the same type of support. If worn correctly (not too tight or too loose), this brace provides great support. I don't recommend this for acute injuries or sprains, but does provide great added support for chronically weak or lax ankles. Proper application of this brace is important...

One thing to remember is that the most common ankle injury is an inversion sprain, so I always recommend that you tighten the outside strap last... That is key to helping prevent "rolling over" on the ankle. Anyone who's sprained their ankle this way knows exactly what I'm talking about.
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39 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Ed on September 5, 2008
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Medium
- not as flexible as an ace for range of motion, but gives more support and is more adjustable than your shoes - has laces and velcro straps.
- for initial treatment of a sprain I found the air cast gave more relief from pain and adequate support, however once I was up and walking around I wanted the aso to make sure I didn't turn my foot the wrong way again.
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28 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Greg on February 20, 2013
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Medium Verified Purchase
I'm a trail runner. I run year around: snow, rain, it doesn't matter. I've always had weaker ankles and would twist one about once every 4 months. It was really concerning. So I started researching ankle braces. I finally decided on these (the runner up being aircast). WOW!!! Seriously! I run with better form and with much more confidence! The support is great. It's only dug into me a few times, but only when I wear shorter socks. I've run 6 miles on wooded trails with these and they're fine. In the summer I get very sweaty under them but I'll take that over a twisted ankle any day.

While running, there have been many occasions where I step the wrong way or step half on a rock I didn't see. I say to myself "that would have been a twisted ankle if I wasn't wearing these."

Let me just end by saying this: Your stabilizer muscles will need to be trained if you continuously run with these. Every time I run I wear these. I love them that much. So I use a balance board and jump rope a lot to keep my ankle stabilizers in shape.
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37 of 45 people found the following review helpful By dd121 on April 14, 2011
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Medium Verified Purchase
The ASO Ankle Stabilizing Orthosis ASO Ankle Stabilizing Orthosis - Black - Smallworks as described. I bought this item for my daughter a few days after she severely sprained her ankle in tumbling. Since this item cannot be returned, we followed the instructions and carefully measured her ankle according to the instructions on the site. We determined she needed the small brace. It fit perfectly. She has had other ankle braces that she has not liked for various reasons. She says this one is comfortable and definitely provides her with a secure feeling that her ankle is stable. She has worn it doing tumbling (several back tucks, aerial cartwheels, etc.), playing soccer (goalkeeper on a premiere team, lots of jumping, cutting, kicking, etc.) and playing Ultimate Frisbee (lots of running, cutting, jumping). Except for occasional pain from sudden impact compression (landing hard on the ball and toes of her feet in tumbling or punting with the laces), she says she feels no pain and does not fear her ankle turning or giving out at all. She is completely happy with this brace and is glad we discovered it! I'm now adding to this review since my daughter has had a chance to use this brace extensively over a few weeks. Even though the original ankle she sprained has mostly healed, she plans to continue wearing the brace due to very loose ligaments. Unfortunately, this has now led to a severe sprain in her other ankle. She does not want to discontinue all of her sports so she has requested another brace and plans to wear both at all times while playing sports. I am adding yet another addendum to the above review. My daughter has been using both braces now for all of her activities. She LOVES these braces and plans to always wear them when doing sports as a preventive measure now.
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