- Active Ankle T2 Ankle Brace.
- Med Spec ASO Ankle Stabilizer.
- Zenith Ankle Brace, Lace Up Adjustable Support.
- Ankle Support Brace, Breathable Neoprene Sleeve, Adjustable Wrap.
- POWERLIX Ankle Brace Compression Support Sleeve.
“Active Ankle braces prevent injuries to our athletes while making them feel secure that they can go hard in training. I think Active Ankle braces are a necessary part of a volleyball player's uniform.”... read more ›
Yes and no. Athletes that play sports with a high incidence of ankle injuries—like volleyball—should wear preventative ankle bracing since there are many situations during a game where ankle injuries cannot be prevented regardless of ankle strength or athletic ability.... see more ›
How to put on McDavid's #195 Ultralight Laced Ankle Brace... see more ›
As worn by Steph Curry, the Zamst A2-DX Ankle Brace provides the strongest ankle support for moderate to severe ankle sprains.... see more ›
The theory behind volleyball ankle braces is to reduce abnormal ankle motion. Some fear that depending on volleyball ankle braces might weaken lower leg muscles and increase knee injury risk.... see details ›
- Be sure all surfaces are free of debris and slippery areas.
- Wear proper footwear with soles conducive to volleyball floor surfaces.
- Lace all footwear tightly avoiding slippage inside the shoe.
If you only use the Active Ankle brace occasionally for recreational sports, you may be able to keep your Active Ankle brace for at least 2 years or more depending on how hard you are on the braces. Think of our braces like a pair of athletic shoes.... see details ›
Good volleyball shoes should have rubber soles that can grip the court surface, allowing you to quickly cut and pivot. Shoes with excellent traction will prevent you from slipping and sliding, which is essential to avoiding injury.... see details ›
Myth #3: Wearing ankle braces promotes ankle weakness
“There is a misconception that if you wear a brace you don't need to use the ankle as much, so people come to the conclusion without evidence that they will lose the strength; however, no studies have proven this.”... view details ›
How to wear Tynor Ankle Support Urbane for support and ... - YouTube... view details ›
Ankle braces serve as the external supports to limit certain motions, such as plantar flexion/inversion (movement at the ankle joint that points the foot downward away from the leg and turns the foot inward), and provide awareness of where your ankle joint is in space.... see more ›
With its new strapping and cuff design, the ASO EVO provides even greater inversion / eversion control and protection against syndesmotic ankle sprains than the original ASO. In addition, the dynamic cuff has been upgraded to offer superior comfort and support.... continue reading ›
An ASO ankle brace is a specific type of ankle brace. ASO stands for Ankle Stabilising Orthosis. It is fastened to the ankle using laces and straps. The brace is commonly used for ankle injuries, ankle instability and for those seeking to prevent injury and reinjury when returning to sport or work.... view details ›
Position heel in the hole at the rear and bottom of the brace. Lace the ankle brace and tie snuggly. Wrap the inside (medial) strap across the top of the foot. Continue by wrapping the strap under the foot and heel.... view details ›
The answer is ...it depends, but for most competitive Leaside volleyball players, I would highly recommend using a good quality ankle brace (unless you are a libero only and/or you are not playing at a level where there can be contact under the net between spiker and blocker).... view details ›
Good volleyball shoes should have rubber soles that can grip the court surface, allowing you to quickly cut and pivot. Shoes with excellent traction will prevent you from slipping and sliding, which is essential to avoiding injury.... read more ›
Players who wear a knee brace with exposed metal or metal hinges are required to cover it. Kneepads of a soft pliable nature will be allowed below the waist. Any player wearing illegal or dangerous equipment shall not be permitted to play.... see more ›