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RocketSoc Ankle Support Brace


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For common and acute ankle injuries. Uses straps to prevent lateral ankle sprains without restricting range of motion.  Read More

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Is the RocketSoc Ankle Support right for me?

Provides treatment and prevention from common or acute ankle injuries. Try our Brace Advisor for personalized product recommendations to meet your needs!

Great at preventing and treating common or acute ankle injuries!

The DonJoy RocketSoc is a durable and supportive soft ankle brace used to prevent ankle injuries. Through the unique patented strapping system the ankle is secured into a natural position, which prevents lateral ankle sprains without restricting range of motion. What makes this brace unique is the easy to adjust straps at the forefoot and heel which provides excellent support to the ankle ligaments that are the most commonly sprained.

What makes the RocketSoc ankle brace unique is the easy to adjust peroneal forefoot (sides of the forefoot) and calcaneal heel lock straps which provides unrivaled support to the ankle ligaments that are most commonly sprained - the anterior talofibular, calcaneofibular and posterior talofibular ligaments.

DonJoy RocketSoc ankle brace are used to treat or prevent the following injuries:

  • Acute ankle injuries
  • Chronic instability of the ankle

Product Features…and the benefits you’ll experience!

  • Patented Strapping System
    The straps lock the ankle in place to provide maximum support to the ankle ligaments that are most commonly sprained.
  • Complete Range-of-Motion
    You’ll maintain complete range of motion while controlling abnormal plantar flexion and inversion.
  • Low Profile Design
    Lightweight, low profile design eliminates that bulky feeling when worn with a shoe.

The RocketSoc is available in 3 styles:

Lace Up

  • Lace up design allows contouring fit
  • Low profile lightweight Nylon construction
  • Fewest straps of all RocketSoc models

Wraparound – Neoprene

  • Wraparound style
  • Neoprene fabric for even compression and warmth
  • Optional inferior buttress for swelling

Wraparound – Drytex

  • Wraparound style
  • Drytex is a breathable, neoprene alternative that keeps ankle cool and dry
  • Optional inferior buttress for swelling

Sizing and Measurements

Click on the Size Chart tab above to learn how to measure your foot to determine what brace size you need.

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Size Chart & Fit Help




  Men's Shoe Size  Women's Shoe Size
XS 4 – 5.5 5 – 7.5
S 6 – 7.5 8 – 9.5
M 8 – 9.5 10 – 11.5
L 10 – 11.5 12 – 13.5
XL 12 – 13.5 N/A
XXL 14 – 16.5 N/A
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  • Mike at 11/14/2015 6:59 PM
  • Logan at 9/25/2015 11:52 AM
    • Will the Rocket Soc ankle support brace fit into a soccer cleat? My daughter needs a brace and this I the 1 I ordered. She has chronic sprained ankles and needs something that will stabilize and support her ankle while playing soccer.
    • Logan
      Yes the Rocketsoc ankle brace will fit into her cleats
  • Rob at 9/6/2015 8:48 PM
    • Does this brace help with supination. I broke my hee on my right foot three years ago. Have since had sub taylor joint fusion. When I walk my foot rolls out and I am breaking down every shoe I buy to support me. Would this brace keep my foot from rolling out? Thank you.
    • Rob
      The RocketSoc Ankle Brace should help to prevent the ankle from rolling in and out.
  • Isaac at 8/12/2015 7:55 AM
    • I had a Choparts dislocation about 8 months ago and would like to start playing bball again. My doctor has told me to get the rocketsoc brace but I am unsure as to which to get. Also what is the difference between the 3 types you have listed above
    • The neoprene is the material used in wet suits, it doesn't breathe and gives off a lot of heat. the Drytex is a breathable material so it doesnt get as hot. The Lace-Up style allows for a more custom, contoured fit.
  • Jesus at 6/18/2015 7:15 AM
    • I tore my ruptured my Achilles tendon and had surgery 10 weeks ago, I'm wearing a soft boot and my Doctor said I will be in an ankle brace in about 3 weeks. What brace would be the best option for me due to the Achilles injury. I don't want a regular ankle brace which is what my doctor will give me
    • Hello,
      Thank you for your question. You can use the Aircast AirHeel which have two interconnected aircells located under the foot arch and behind the heel to provide pulsating compression with each step. This is used for Achilles tendon indications but will provide minimal support. Another option is the Airlift PTTD Brace which is indicated for post-operative treatment and provides a greater degree of support. There is an aircell below the foot which is adjustable and a rigid portion to provide support to the ankle.

      Here are the links:
      http://www.betterbraces.com/aircast-airsport-ankle-brace http://www.betterbraces.com/aircast-airheel-ankle-brace
  • Connie at 5/26/2015 5:22 PM
    • My daughter plays softball. About 3 years ago she sprained her left ankle slidding into 2nd base. Basically jammed it and twisted it at the same time. She has sprained/twisted it twice this season doing the same thing. She is a center fielder so she needs to be able to move well while wearing the brace. Which brace do you feel would be good for this?
    • Connie
      The Don Joy Stabilizing Pro Ankle brace would be a good choice for your daughter to wear when playing sports. The brace mimics a ankle tape job but without getting loose after 10 minutes. The brace fits into a shoe or cleat and will offer her the stabilization that she needs. http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-stabilizing-pro-ankle-brace
  • Krista at 5/20/2015 9:56 AM
    • I have a peroneal tendon rupture due to extremely flat feet. I'm looking for a brace with maximum support to help keep me ankle in a more neutral position. Is this the style brace you would recommend? Also is the lace up version the most customizable?
    • Hello,
      The DonJoy RocketSoc is a great stabilizer to help support and protect the ankle, It is lightweight and low profile to fit well inside your shoe. You are correct regarding the Lace-Up style, it does allow for a more custom, contoured fit. Another good option would be the Aircast Airsport, The Airsport has foam filled cushions, for support and comfort. It is easy to apply and is very breathable. It will stabilize and support the ankle from inversion and eversion, plus its durable for outdoor use.
      Below is the link to the Aircast Airsport:

  • Amy at 4/6/2015 7:37 AM
    • My12 yr old daughter sustained a grade 2 ankle sprain, will be playing very aggressive, competitive soccer. Has rolled her ankle a couple of times before, but nothing that she couldn't just walk off. What would be the best supportive brace for her, while keeping all her range of motion? Was looking at the velocity brace, but she wears a size 6 to 6.5.
    • Amy
      The Don Joy Stabilizing Pro ankle brace will be the most supportive ankle brace that she can wear and still fit into her cleats. The brace is a lace-up ankle support with two figure-of-eight straps. this brace mimics an ankle tape without the brace loosening up after 20 minutes. http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-stabilizing-pro-ankle-brace
  • Ryan at 1/19/2015 7:00 AM
    • I was diagnosed with a grade III sprain of my left ankle this is accompanied with nerve damage on the medial side.
      Im looking for a brace that severely limits the chance of inversion and dorsi flexion
    • Ryan
      If you want to restrict dorsi flexion then you will need to immobilize the ankle completely. No ankle brace will restrict that motion so I would suggest a walking boot. http://www.betterbraces.com/aircast-fp-walking-brace The Don Joy Velocity ankle bracee is our most supportive ankle brace and it will provide the most support for inversion/eversion http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-velocity-ankle-brace
  • Mark at 10/21/2014 9:50 PM
    • I am experiencing pain during plantar flexion (pushing my toes pointing downward). I want to get back to playing soccer, but kicking the ball during plantar flexion can aggravate this pain. I don't have any trouble with rolling my ankle. Is this a good brace for this? Which of the 3 styles (lace-up, drytex, neoprene) would be the best?
    • Thank you for your question. The DonJoy RocketSoc Ankle Support Brace will help to stabilize your ankle. It may help to prevent your ankle from going into such an extreme plantar flexion and give support when in plantar flexion. The Neoprene may be too warm and thick for your activities. The Drytex is a more breathable material and simple to put on. The Lace-Up is a nylon material. You can also look at the DonJoy Stabilizing Speed PRO for a more streamline option. If you have additional questions please feel free to contact product support at 888-405-3251.
  • Kasey at 7/8/2014 5:57 AM
    • Hi!
      I asked a question on the Rocketsoc ankle brace... you said it goes by shoe size.. unfortunately mine did not fit. I ordered one from you guys through Ebay, and it was a size small because my shoe size is a womens 8 - 9. Well my calves are 17 inches around, and the brace will not close on my leg. Is there an extension strap I can get or if I get a larger size will that work? I sent an email through ebay per my order but have yet to hear back. I need to return this unless there is an extender I can use. I really want the brace but as it is, it will not fit. Thanks!
    • Kasey
      There is no extension for the Rocketsoc ankle brace, a bigger size may not work since the brace size is based on shoe size not calf circumference. Possibly a different brace such as our lace-up brace the DonJoy Stabilizing Pro will work for you. The size is based on the circumference of your ankle instead of shoe size. http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-stabilizing-pro-ankle-brace
  • Marty Brown at 3/29/2014 8:08 AM
    • Hi
      I have sprained my left ankle a few times and now it is week because of the sprains. I'm getting back into running again and need to protect my ankle from twisting and wanted to know which ankle brace to get?
    • Marty
      The Rocketsoc is a good brace to choose. It has great support because of all the strapping and you have the option of a sleeve or lace-up design. The brace will fit into your athletic shoe
  • Kelly Lewis at 1/22/2014 3:32 PM
    • I am a long time basketball player with numerous sprains. I am looking at the Velocity and the Rocketsoc, but cannot tell if one will fit better than the other inside a high top basketball shoe. Is one of these or another product designed toward basketball ankle injuries?
    • Kelly
      The Rocketsoc would be easier to get into a basketball shoe although both would work. Another option is the DonJoy Stabilizing Pro Ankle Brace http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-stabilizing-pro-ankle-brace
  • Susan S at 11/4/2013 4:39 AM
    • My 16 year old daughter is recovering from a severe ankle sprain (all 4 ligaments) which occurred during volleyball season this year (she was wearing old lace up braces, which she loves). She was in a boot for 4 weeks, and is about 4-5 weeks out of the boot at this time. She is rehabbing, but it is going slowly. She has indoor lacrosse starting soon, and needs new supportive braces (she has weak ankles, has been wearing braces for a while from old sprains). She is not a fan of the rigid braces- finds them very uncomfortable. We like the idea of the lace up Rocket Soc- she likes the security she feels from the lace up concept. Will this provide enough support for her, or do I have to convince her to wear a rigid brace (which she will hate). Tha.nks
    • Susan
      The Rocketsoc is the soft brace that I reccommend to those who need maximal support but do not feel comfortable in rigid ankle braces. It is a little more supportive thatn the lace-up braces and has a strap that will wrap around the heel to give good Heel-Loc support similar to a tape job. If your daughter doesn't like the rigid braces this would be agood alterative
  • Mark at 8/26/2013 10:09 AM
    • Recovering from fractured lower fibula with dislocated tibia and would like to graduate from large aircast boot to something smaller, more flexible (as doctor permits) that will also accommodate ankle swelling. Would Rocketsoc be approriate? What does it mean to have the optional inferior buttress for swelling available on the drytex and neoprene versions (not lace-up version)? Any large in stock?
    • The neoprene is the material used in wet suits, it doesnt breathe and gives off a lot of heat. the Drytex is a breathable material so it doesnt get as hot. We have all sizes in stock. As for your questions on whether the RocketSoc would be appropriate, that is a question for your physician.
  • Rich at 12/13/2012 11:00 PM
    • I have a narrow ankle and foot, D width max. Should I order 1 size smaller than the chart reccomends for a men's 13? I will be using it for backpacking in rugged terrain.
    • Hello, Rich -

      No, you do not need to go with a smaller size to accommodate to your foot width. The brace itself is adjustable in the velcro and lace up portions, so that will make the brace snug to your narrow dimentions.

      Thanks and have a great day!
  • Alim at 12/12/2012 1:29 AM
    • I need to know if this is available for child size age 2 years.
      Also does this model have a metal frame at the sides for ankle support.
    • Hello, Alim -

      Sorry, we do not make this brace in pediatric sizes. The smallest size this comes in is XS, which is a men's size 4-5 1/2.

      Thanks and have a great day!
  • Jay at 7/16/2011 7:16 AM
    • Can a sock be worn under the Drytex Rocket Sock, or is the sock worn over the brace?
    • You should wear the sock underneath the brace.
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Tedious to use

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This product is great once you get it on your foot, but the size ran small in my opinion. I wear size 13 narrow shoes and found I could barely get this on and I bought the size XL and wished I had bought XXL. I have slender feet (narrow sizes when I can find them) and it's still barely big enough and have to pull hard on the inner ankle velcro before adding on the two ankle straps. The two straps around the heel and the arch have to be twist somewhat creating a gap at the heel and the arch as the strap is twisted a bit so that the design needs some improvement on these two straps. Once it's on it's very snug and holds your ankle well. However, don't do like me and buy it just two months after breaking your ankle as the compression can lead to pain. If you want milder compression buy it a size larger than recommended.
Posted on August 4, 2014

Laceup DonJoy RocketSoc

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This ankle brace is the best you can find. Ive gone through plenty of ankle braces and its obvious this is the best.
Posted on March 23, 2013


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Really a great Ankle Brace. Best I've tried for basketball.
Posted on November 2, 2010

Used it for years and love it!

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I have a chronically weak ankle that has been sprained multiple times over the years (could sprain it walking acrossed a lawn). I bought my first DonJoy RocketSoc years ago and have been hooked since. I weigh about 250# and play basketball regularly and I have never sprained my ankle wearing one of these! The neoprene seems less bulky and holds up a little better for me than the cooler Drytex.
Posted on November 2, 2010

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