- Light weight ankle brace, but high level support
- Slim fitting Support with moulded stabilisers
- Helps prevent ankle instability and rollover
- Available in black or white
- As worn by Andy Murray
What is the A60 Ankle Support?
The Aircast A60 Ankle Brace as worn by Andy Murray, was designed with an athlete in mind. The Aircast A60 is the perfect ankle support to protect against ankle sprains caused by the side-to-side changes in direction more common in sport. The combination of effective support and protection, comfort and simplified application makes the A60 ankle support ideal for help in treatment and rehabilitation of ankle injuries such as, sprained ankle, Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome, swollen ankle and recovering from a broken or fractured ankle.
The design incorporates a sleek, plastic, moulded stabiliser located at a 60 degree angle on either side of the ankle. This helps guard the ankle against sprains and ankle rollover which makes this ankle support great for injury prevention.
The Aircast A60 Ankle Brace is manufactured from Breath-O-Prene material which ensures the wearer stays comfortably cool and dry. The slim line anatomic design allows the ankle support to fit easily in athletic footwear without causing discomfort.
The simple single strap secures the support in place while at the same time reduces applying time and increasing adjust-ability.
When can I use the A60 Ankle Support?
The A60 ankle brace gives a high / ultimate level of protection. It has been designed to be worn to prevent ankle rollover. It can be used to help prevent and treat ankle sprains, Chronic ankle instability and rehabilitation following a broken ankle.
To see the full range of ankle supports click on the following link – Ankle Supports and Braces
What size A60 Ankle Brace do I need?
The A60 Ankle brace comes in black or white colour and in order to maximise comfort and fit it has been ergonomically designed to follow the curve of your foot, therefore you must choose left or right foot.
|Size Chart||Shoe Size UK|
|Small||Up to 6|
How to Measure:
- Follow your UK shoe size