Bestselling Volleyball Ankle Guards in 2021
Active Ankle T2 Ankle Brace, Rigid Ankle Stabilizer for Protection & Sprain Support for Volleyball, Cheerleading, Ankle Braces to Wear Over Compression Socks or Sleeves for Stability, Black
- Durable quick fitting single strap system adjustable for both high and low top shoes
- Feather-light E.V.A. padding that hugs every contour of the ankle
- Sleek, less bulky brace but offers maximum performance and protection
- Black only
- Size: Small
Shock Doctor Ultra Wrap Lace Ankle Support (Black, Medium, 8.5–9)
Mizuno DXS2 Ankle Brace Left Leg 480110, Black, Small
- Measure circumference of ankle 1-Inch above ankle bone
- D.F. Cut for greater freedom of movement
- Stability and support from 3 different belts: V-shaped, under-heel and Anchored Wrap
- Optional side support inserts for increased lateral stability
- XS 7-8-Inch - S 8-9-Inch - M 9-10-Inch - L 10-11-Inch
Zamst Ankle Brace Support Stabilizer: A2-DX Mens & Womens Sports Brace for Basketball, Soccer, Volleyball, Football & Baseball,Black,Left,X-Large
- EXO GRID: Dual molded support structures are anatomically correct for medial and lateral stability
- i FIT: Adjustable fasteners provide individualized fit, enhanced comfort, and variable compression. Choose a size based on your shoe size. If your measurement falls between two sizes, choose the larger one
- a FIT: Anatomically correct support for right or left side for anti roll and anti sprain performance
- GRIP TECH: Strong anti migration technology prevents the ankle from rolling inward and outward
- X STRAP: Three way anterior, lateral, and medial support for comfortable, professional protection
MEDIZED Ankle Stabilizer Brace Support Guard Protector Sports Safety Foot Strain Stirrup Compression Strap Speed Lacer Soccer Baseball Netball Volleyball (Small)
- KEY BENEFITS: Effective in prevention of Ankle injuries and distortion, Effective support and treatment for post Ankle injuries, Effective in chronic ankle instability, Prophylactic and therapeutic use in sport activities, and Suitable to use in any sports activities where there is constant ankle movement.
- ANKLE PROTECTION / REHABILITATION / MOBILIZATION: Recommended for ankle injury rehabilitation/mobilization from sprains and strains. The brace is widely used for prophylactic use. It support for chronically weak ankles. The ankle brace provides compression and comfort to a soft ankle with significant higher protection than traditional stirrups.
- INNOVATIVE DESIGN: The brace is designed with 2 straps that forms figure 8 to protect and support ankle, This ankle stabilizer brace fits comfortably into normal athletic or street shoe and its non-stretch stabilizing straps mirror the stirrup technique of an athletic taping procedure. This is highly effective lace up ankle brace straps that replicate ankle taping, securely locking the heel in place.
- SIZE GUIDE (US Shoe Standard): Suitable to any foot (Left OR Right). SMALL (MEN 5 to 7 and WOMEN 5 to 7.5), MEDIUM (MEN 7.5 to 8 and WOMEN 8 to 8.5), LARGE (MEN 8.5 to 11 and WOMEN 9 to 12)
Armor1 Ankle Roll Guard (Left Foot) the Alternative to Ankle Braces
- Patented outside shoe design allows user to retain ankle mobility & comfort while still having ankle protection
- Left/right option for optimal fit, protection, & placement of cushion under ankle ligaments
- One size fits majority (approx adult 6-15) & can be used on most shoe types (including cleats)
- Easy to put on, take off, & customize to shoe
- Light-weight (2.4 oz), durable EVA rubber material & silicone grips to shoe
Mueller Lite Ankle Brace - Black, Black, One Size
- Padded rigid side supports help guard against inversion sprains while hinges allow full range of motion
- Features one strap for easy on/off
- Fits in most shoe styles
- Fits either foot
- Fits US Women's 8 to US Men's 17
Shock Doctor Ankle Stabilizer with Flexible Support Stays (Black, Large)
- Leading sports protection manufacturer^Performance and protection in mind^Worn by professional and college athletes worldwide
- QUICK FIT LOW PROFILE DESIGN with SPEED-LACE CLOSURE
- Integrated technology
- This product is not a substitute for medical care. Always seek professional medical advice for the diagnosis and treatment of pain, injury, or irritation.
Active Ankle T2 Ankle Brace, Rigid Ankle Stabilizer for Protection & Sprain Support for Volleyball, Cheerleading, Ankle Braces to Wear Over Compression Socks or Sleeves for Stability, White
- Durable quick fitting single strap system adjustable for both high and low top shoes
- Feather-light EVA padding that hugs every contour of the ankle
- Size Ranges: S (5-8), M (9-12), L (12-16)
- Help ankle sprains, twisted ankles, ankle pain, provides ankle support
- Provides more support than Neoprene
Nike Sp0236-030 Breathable Ankle Support Wrap Sports for Injury Prevention
- ONE PAIR
- NIKE ANKLE SHIELDS / GUARDS / PADS - BRAND NEW - IN BRANDED PACKET
- SUIT YOUTH / ADULT - LIGHTWEIGHT ANATOMICAL FIT FOR ANKLE PROTECTION
- - PROVIDES ACHILLES COVERAGE
- SECURITY AND COMFORTABLE ABOVE THE BOOT OPENING
Vive Ankle Support Brace for Men and Women - Adjustable Foot Wrap Sleeve - Lightweight and Breathable Rolled, Sprained Foot Guard Stabilizer for Running, Sprains, Swollen Peroneal Tendonitis, Soccer
- STABILIZING COMPRESSION SUPPORT: Provides additional stability and support for ankle tendons and joints, reducing the risk of injury. The fully adjustable light ankle brace reduces pain and pressure caused by arthritis, sprains, swelling, bursitis, tendonitis, muscle fatigue, injuries and surgery. Great for everyday wear and for running, hiking, baseball, tennis, golf, cycling, soccer, basketball and weightlifting.
- CUSTOMIZABLE CONTOURED DESIGN: Split strap wrap is fully adjustable for a customized fit up to 14" in arch circumference, 12" ankle size. The open heel, contoured design allows for a minimal range of motion during recreational activities or sporting events to minimize the risk of injury.
- GENTLE COMPRESSION THERAPY: Adjustable cross-brace compression bands retain therapeutic heat and increase blood circulation to promote healing from injury or surgery. Provides customized support for weak or sore ankles.
- VERSATILE LIGHTWEIGHT BRACE: Breathable and lightweight, the neoprene blend is slim fitting for superior comfort. The versatile light ankle support can be worn on either foot, with or without socks and can easily be worn with most shoe styles.
- VIVE GUARANTEE: 60 day unconditional guarantee so you can purchase now with confidence
ZSX Ankle Brace (Pair) with Bonus Straps, for Ankle Support, Plantar Fasciitis, or Swollen Ankles, One Size Fits Most Sport (Foot Size - Reg)
Fullmosa Ankle Support (1 Pair),Will Series Ankle Brace Compression Wrap Support Ankle Protection Breathable Neoprene Foot Sleeve Heel Support Adjustable Wrap for Men Women -G-L
- Application: Large size fits men's shoe size 8.5 - 12, women shoe size 10 - 13.5 (please choose your own size carefully before placing the order). An ideal brace for both men and women who desires to protect and support ankles while performing any activities or everyday wear.
- 3D weaving technology: Premium moisture-wicking and ultra-breathable nylon material features lightweight and makes it easy to conform to the shape of your foot and ankle. It provides good pinpoint compression, good air and blood circulation, suitable to wear in your shoes.
- Great comfort: Bonus with 2 individually adjustable taping straps for supporting the ligaments, make it easy to adjust for different angles, and also ensure it doesn't slip off during use. High quality fabric features sweat absorbent, keeps your feet dry and odor-free. Provide solid compression without being too tight to restrict movement. Skin-friendly and breathable nylon material ensures a comfortable user experience.
- Best accessory: This ankle brace provides good compression, elasticity, support and minimize excessive sweating, great for running, football, basketball, volleyball or everyday wear as well as relieving plantar fasciitis.
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Fractures Vs. Ankle Sprains: Is My Foot Broken?
Any injury to your foot should be scrupulously examined because you have a great deal of bones in there...26 to be exact. Figuring out whether your foot is sprained or fractured can save you a trip to the hospital.
You could have been playing basketball and rolled your ankle as you were coming down from a layup. Or you could have been walking in the park when you suddenly stepped into an inconspicuous hole. Whatever the case, you're in some serious pain and pretty unsure whether you sprained your ankle or fractured your foot.
Expeditiously, you should get off your feet and take a seat somewhere. To confirm that you are injured, determine if it hurts to walk, stand, or bend your foot. If you have any pain in the ankle or foot area, then sadly you are injured.
To check if your ankle is sprained, recognize the difference between "reactionary pain" and "constant pain". Ankles sprains most often involve "reactionary pain". First of all, you should be seated and have your feet flat on the floor. This will relieve a lot of the pressure from the ankle of your foot. If after you sit the pain subsides, then most likely you have sprained your foot. Another ankle-sprain check is to softly stretch your injured ankle in all directions. If it hurts in any direction, you have a mild-to-severe ankle sprain.
Muscle and tendon structures surround the ligaments which connect the bones in your foot. A sudden misstep or fall can end up with you stretching or completely tearing some of those ligaments.
On the other hand, "constant pain" is a good indicator you have fractured your foot. For starters, try and wiggle your toes. If you are unable to wiggle any of your toes, there is a chance you fractured a bone or entirely tore a ligament in your foot. Let's hope for neither.
To be certain your foot is fractured, let's do a massage test. Without moving your ankle, slowly and firmly massage your foot from top-to-bottom. Noticeable or excruciating pain can mean a broken talus (ankle-to-leg), fibula (ankle), tibia (ankle), calcaneus (heel), navicular (midfoot), cuboid (midfoot), or toe fracture. Next, sit yourself on the floor and face a firm wall with both feet straight in front of you. Now place the injured foot carefully on the wall which you are facing. Now softly push against the wall with your injured foot. If you are able to do this, no large bones are fractured or broken. If when you do this you have a sizeable amount of pain in areas other than your ankle, you could have broken small bones in your foot.
If there is pain in your foot and you have some difficulty walking, you have undoubtedly injured your foot. So the best thing for you to do is to stay off of it. If the pain you are having is "constant pain", excruciating, or preventing you from sleeping, go see a doctor immediately. If your pain is "reactionary", there is still a chance you have fractured your foot.
Shortly after injury, apply an ice pack to your foot. Notice there will be a recognizable amount of swelling, discoloration, pain, and possible inflammation of your tendons. Elevate the injured foot above your sleeping-head level and refrain from wrapping your foot when you are inactive. You will want to allow blood circulation to relieve pressure and also bring the swelling down.
A two week self-evaluation involving the R.I.C.E. method (rest, ice, compression, amp; elevation) is suggested if you choose not to see a doctor. During this period, wrap your foot before you walk somewhere close and use some kind of crutch if possible. Soak your foot in warm "Epson-water" baths two times a day by mixing warm water with Epson salt. Continue to ice the foot to bring down the swelling and remember to elevate it during rest.
After two weeks you feel the foot is not healing, swelling has not subsided, or your pain has increased, go see an orthopaedic doctor right away.