Zamst Ankle Brace Support Stabilizer: A2-DX Mens & Womens Sports Brace for Basketball, Soccer, Volleyball, Football & Baseball
|Price:||$49.90 - $86.75|
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- The Exo-Grid (Xternal) is a dual exterior molded support structure with Grip Tech (anti-migration), that prevents the ankle from rolling inward (Inversion) and outward (Eversion)
- The Exo-Grid (Xternal), along with the anchor strap, assists in preventing high ankle sprains by reducing the separation of the two lower leg bones where the ankle meets
- The X- Strap Stabilizers with Grip Tech located underneath prevents the foot from shifting forward
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The ankle brace is made with i-Fit and a-Fit technology for an anatomically (right & left) correct fit.
The Exo-Grid (Xternal) is a dual exterior molded support structure with Grip Tech (anti-migration), that prevents the ankle from rolling inward (Inversion) and outward (Eversion).
The Exo-Grid (Xternal), along with the anchor strap, assists in preventing high ankle sprains by reducing the separation of the two lower leg bones where the ankle meets.
The X- Strap Stabilizers with Grip Tech located underneath prevents the foot from shifting forward.
Stephen Curry, Pro Basketball, All Star Point Guard, wears the A2-DX in practice and games
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I was looking for ankle brace the would give the most lateral support.
I've injured both my ankles while playing ultimate Frisbee. I love the game and will continue playing no matter what.
Wearing support is now a must for me otherwise I easily roll my ankle on a sharp turn or at a stop during the game.
So again, my intent is to use ankle support for already injured ankle while playing active sports.
Brace that only helps to "prevent" injury is useless, I'm already injured.
Here is my list.
1. Best support and price
#1 Laced Ankle Brace With Stabilizing Strap For Flexible Support. Breathable Neoprene Braces Made By Product Stop. (Large)
Plastic on both sides makes all the difference. I can tighten it with the straps as tight as I want. Foot stays flexible. I've played Frisbee at full strength and didn't have any pain from my injured right ankle.
2. Best support as well, but expensive
Zamst A2-DX Left Ankle Brace, Black, Large
When I read in one of negative reviews for this product that it is too complicated to put on, that was a selling point for me.
Brace that is easy to put on cannot give good support. A good brace would mold into your foot, it shouldn't be easy to put it on.
So I got it, played at full speed and it was most of the time very safe.
The only thing I didn't like is that material of the boot and the straps can stretch, that's what makes it quite flexible. But that also means there is no hard stop there, it may let the ankle roll in some really extreme twist. I guess they could improve design by adding non-stretching strap on top of the stretching one. But that may make everything bulky.
3. These 3 braces have the same design, good basic support, but not good for ultimate game
ASO Ankle Stabilizer, Black, X-Large
Best price, design and durability
McDavid 195 Deluxe Ankle Brace with Strap (Black, Large)
More expensive than ASO, nicer look, good durability, but I don't like design of the straps (crossing straps should start from the back of the foot)
Shock Doctor Ultra Wrap Lace Ankle Support (Black, Large,9-9.5)
Price is OK, but not very durable. 7-10 games destroyed it quickly.
After 1 year of extensive use I'd rank Zamst A2-DX as #1 for its' outstanding durability.
#1 Laced Ankle Brace With Stabilizing Strap For Flexible Support. Breathable Neoprene Braces Made By Product Stop. (Large) teared apart after 2-3 month of active use (3-4 games a week). Zamst, however, is still in a very good condition.
I have a small ankle, so I generally have difficulty finding an ankle brace the fits properly. This brace is great as it's highly customizable. It comes with pads that can put used inside the brace which I didn't need. It slides onto the foot. There are two velcro strips that allow the brace to be fitted to the ankle area. In the front, there are 2 double elastic strips that are stretched and attached to the brace with velcro. This allows you to adjust the tightness of the brace. Finally, there is the stiff plastic portion of the brace. The velcro strip wraps around the brace/ankle. It is this piece that provides the rigidity for the brace. This portion pivots at the ankle joint.
This ankle brace is more bulky than a more traditional lace-up brace, but it provides more support, comfort, and customization. It's been perfect for my long recovery process.
The hard plastic is amazing and has saved me so many times. Even with the added structural support, the mobility is great! I promote these braces to anyone that I talk to with serious issues. They have held up well for me in terms of durability. If they ever wear out, I'm going to buy the exact same ones. Zamst, I love you.