Protect your ankle during workouts and training with a stabilizing support brace fitted with adjustable compression straps for a comfortable and secure fit
- Comfortable Neoprene ankle support for stiff, weak, or injured ankles
- Designed for all-day comfort, the open heel design allows for maximum mobility
- Compression fit technology provides optimal joint and muscle support during exercise
- Fitted with two adjustable straps to secure the ankle brace to your foot and prevent moving during activity
- Breathable, flexible fabric suitable for long-lasting wear
Allows skin to breathe and wick away sweat, ideal for all seasons
For when you need a little extra support, use the Aofit Ankle Compression Sleeve and enjoy a sturdy ankle brace that helps prevent injury whilst keeping your ankle secure and safe. Our wrap-around ankle support is designed with two key elements. First, the base layer is constructed with smooth Neoprene which easily slides on over the ankle and foot, offering firm compression over the area. Secondly, use the two flexible wrap-around straps to secure the ankle sock in place and increase the compression to boost muscle tension, prevent ankle rolling and improve performance.
Don’t let pain, discomfort or fear of injury keep you from enjoying your favorite sports. The Aofit Compressive Ankle Support ensures your joints move within a healthy range of motion and help prevent any further injury or damage to the area thanks to the strong and sturdy compression straps. Our unique open-heel design also offers increased traction on the bottom of your foot whilst allowing for more movement in the joints. Get back to jumping, running, sprinting and kicking with an adjustable ankle support that works for you.
The slim design can fit discreetly into shoes, is suitable for all seasons and all-day wear thanks to the breathable fabric that quickly wicks away sweat to help keep your feet cool and comfortable throughout any activity. A supportive ankle brace is an excellent option for those recovering from ankle injuries, swelling, twisted ankles, sprains, or general strain injuries to the foot area.