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Brace Align

Brace Align Ankle Brace PDAC L1902 with Figure 8 Strapping

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Regular price $14.99 USD
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Product Highlights:
  • BREATHABILITY with our lightweight nylon material that is durable and thin so you can easily wear with shoes all day. Tongue and achilles is made with breathable, comfortable flex mesh material.
  • SUPPORT AND STABILITY with our non-stretch nylon straps to limit movement to prevent further damage. Figure-8 Strapping wraps around the ankle to ensure the brace conforms to you and helps support your road to recovery.
  • DRUG FREE & DOCTOR APPROVED to reduce or eliminate ankle pain caused by Grade I and II sprains, tendonitis, Chronic ankle instabilities, Post-op weakness. Designed to be used for healing and preventing sport related injuries. PDAC APPROVED LCODE L1902.
  • KEEPS YOU MOVING with our specifically designed support system so you can wear this brace to perform in ANY activity including: volleyball, basketball, hiking, wrestling, running, soccer etc. Re injury Prevention.
  • PERFECT FIT GUARANTEE: Visit Brace.Direct (an American Owned Company) to schedule your appointment with a medical professional for a free video fitting and adjustment session to achieve the perfect fit.

Brace Align Ankle Brace with Figure 8 Strapping L1902 is durable yet breathable for your acute ankle injuries.  With our lightweight nylon material, comfortable flex mesh, and Figure-8 Strapping, our hybrid ankle brace makes it easy for you to wear all day with shoes.  It offers support and stability with our non-stretch nylon straps to limit movement to prevent further damage. 

The ankle brace keeps you moving with our specifically designed support system to be able to stay active with any activity.  The brace allows you to have peace of mind knowing that your ankle will not be at risk of injury. 

Indications:

  • Grade I and II sprains
  • Tendonitis
  • Chronic ankle instabilities
  • Post-surgery ankle weakness
  • Acute injuries