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  • Shock Doctor Ankle Stabilizer with Flexible Support Stays (Black, Large)
  • Shock Doctor Ankle Stabilizer with Flexible Support Stays (Black, Large)
  • Shock Doctor Ankle Stabilizer with Flexible Support Stays (Black, Large)
  • Shock Doctor Ankle Stabilizer with Flexible Support Stays (Black, Large)

Shock Doctor

Shock Doctor Ankle Stabilizer with Flexible Support Stays (Black, Large)

Shock Doctor

Shock Doctor Ankle Stabilizer with Flexible Support Stays (Black, Large)

NZ$ 242.00 NZ$ 146.00 Save: (39.67%)
NZ$ 146.00 NZ$ 242 Save NZ$ 96 (39.67%)
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Product Description Product Description
  • 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
  • SBR+Nylon+Polyester+Rubber+Latex
  • This product is not a substitute for medical care. Always seek professional medical advice for the diagnosis and treatment of pain, injury, or irritation.
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great support for runningMy daughter runs middle school track. She is long distance. This really helped with stabilizing the ankle and helping maintain the arch. Have had it about a month. Starting to fray around the label, but for the most part holding up. .review-image-thumbnail { background-position: center center; background-repeat: no-repeat; overflow: hidden; background-size: cover; height: 160px; width: 235px; } .review-media-gallery-content { height:100%; width:100%; background-color:black; } .reviews-mobile-media-gallery .a-carousel-viewport { margin-left:15px; } .cr-thumbnail-image { float: left; } 5Yep. I love it.So, I have a slightly clubbed foot that has led to weak ankles and, now that I'm getting older, has started to mean a brace to prevent me from causing damage to my Achilles tendon.I have been trying various braces over the last several months because my feet just aren't that big and also, because even though it LOOKS perfectly normal (even the husband can't remember which one it is WHILE giving me a foot rub no less!), the bones inside are most definitely "weird" so, ANY kind of "arch support" hurts like hell really, really fast!So, I decided to give this particular brace a try because it seemed to have what I needed: heavy duty ankle support and zero "arch" compression.Now, I'll admit it, when I first pulled this brace out of the package, I was a little disappointed. The bottom felt weirdly stiff and the sides felt weirdly flexible. It also looked oddly small too.If you're guessing that I put it on and changed my mind, congratulations, have a cookie.First off, the thing actually fit. One thing I've been learning over this last 6 months is that half of them SAY they're "Small" when, they really mean, "Small for Sumo Wrestlers." But, I would measure, and I would trust and time and time again, I would be disappointed. (The ASO speed lace "small" was freaking HUGE!)That's why at first sight of this brace, I kinda shook my head. I even declared: "Oh come ON!...I may not be a linebacker but I'm not a Smurf either people! WTH?!"And yeah, of course, it fit.It didn't just fit, it actually fit into my work boot!And COMFORTABLY!First time in MONTHS, I was able to wear my every day boots to work and yeah, I was able to wear it ALL DAY! And yep! Sure enough, no pain at the back of my ankle.So, for TL;DR, here's the lowdown:PROS:Way more adjustable than it looks-Adjustable straps at all points including the stirrup part so if following the chart correctly, odds of fitting are really, really high.Seriously low profile-Have confirmed fit for the following styles: tennis shoes, combat style work boots, zippered fashion knee high boots, even zippered ankle high fashion boots. (Tried sandals during trial and it'll fit into them but, it felt a tiny bit wiggly to me- I have NOT tried while walking around though because it's winter at the moment of writing this.)Pretty comfortable-Easy to forget it's on during the day.CONS:May require a shoe-Feels a little more wiggly trying to wear around the house in bare feet or just socks- it DOES still provide some support that might still be enough for other people but even a pair of cheap tennis shoes seems to increase the support by a surprising amount so, some folks may NEED that extra support boost for this thing to work for them.Bottom likes to stick to socks-TO BE FAIR THERE'S NO WAY TO "FIX" THIS PROBLEM ANY MORE THAN THEY ALREADY HAVE!Because the bottom strap is adjustable, the velcro likes to stick to my socks making it kind of annoying to try to rip the brace off of them at the end of the day. Amazingly, on bare feet with no socks it doesn't feel scratchy- so what they made it out of was a really good choice but, yeah, I can see that causing a slightly faster wear on my socks over time- which isn't a super happy thing but imho is a fair trade off for a far better fit.See, the problem about that strap is that I canNOT see any way to "fix" that without removing the adjustable part completely- which would make it harder to fit to people, so my suggestion for the manufacturers is to leave it the hell alone and keep making it just the way that their making it right now.For those of us using it, I suggest just setting aside a few extra pennies in a piggy bank for our sock budget over time and deal with it. Well, either that or find a length you like and sew a small strap of thin cloth from a dish cloth or an old set of sheets across that part of the inside of it if it bugs you too much. Me? Since I wear a lot of different thicknesses of socks, I'm just going to cope.Anyway, this is a really good brace and I fully plan on getting more for backups. It is well worth the money for me and because of the being so adjustable, I would suggest giving it a try before dropping money on more expensive braces like it. 5HIGHLY RECOMMEND FOR ATHLETESProvide excellent support and yet they're extremely easty to put on. My son has "rolled" his ankle on two seperate occasions while playing football. I felt that he needed some stability to prevent him from further injuring his ankle. I read the reviews and decided to give these a try. I'm very pleased that I ordered this. Not only do they provide the support that the traditional lace ones do, they only take a few seconds to put these on. He played both football and basketball in these stabilizers. He said his ankles feel more "secure" and he can still move just fine. I'm glad I took the chance and ordered these! 5Does the Job!Does the job. The kiddo has EDS and is really sensitive to changes to items on her person. The under the arch/heal strap took some getting used to. Fits in all of her shoes - but obvs not tall boots. Nice adjustments! 4I first purchased a medium based on the sizing chart ...I first purchased a medium based on the sizing chart which turned out to be just a little big. I had to tighten the straps all the way to make it work. Even still, this brace provided ample support and was still flexible. I use these while playing basketball and they don't hinder your movement at all. 4Not for every ankle.This is not for full or lower ankle stability! The lower ankle and foot are not stablilized, only the lower leg bones to the upper ankle are helped. The overall build is perfectly fine!Sz: XL has a Max 'Full Ankle" circumference of 15", as mesured from the back of the heel to the front of the ankle. 3Cant play basketball with out them.These are a must for anyone with injury prone ankles. I would constantly sprain my ankles playing basketball. I have been using these for over a year and haven't had one sprain since. Keep in mind they are a little thick so you may have to get size a half a size up to wear these comfortably. These are a game changer. 5Bought 2! For volleyball player.My daughter tried this on in a sporting goods store but the price was too high checked Amazon and there is...it gives her a very good sense of stability while playing volleyball. She plays year round and no problems so far! 5So far so good for tennis-related ankle injured kidThis ankle stabilizer is working well so far for a kid with tennis-related ankle injury, we force her to wear it during any physical activity at this point given the number of injuries she has had. Pretty good stability and slim enough to allow her to get her tennis shoe over it without any issues. 4Looks Like Paper - Works Like SteelI have an ankle I started twisting 30+ years ago in high school basketball and more or less have been twisting it ever since. My ankle would generally hold up if I had taped it or if I was using one of those big, bulky, cumbersome supports like a McDavid brand brace. But those braces were stiff, stretched out my shoe and were never really comfortable. That said when I first received the Shock Doctor stabilizer, I was reluctant to even try it out. It seemed so thin and flimsy, I just couldn't see how it was going to work for me, but having used it very regularly for several months now playing tennis on a weekly basis, I can state unequivocally that it does work, and it works really well. If you suffer from weak ankles, and don't like the bigger, clunkier braces, I recommend you give the Shock Doctor a try. 5
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