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Shin Splint Support Sleeve


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Neoprene sleeve with anterior padding provides compressive support for anterior tendonitis  Read More

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Neoprene sleeve with anterior padding provides compressive support for anterior tendonitis.

Features and Benefits:

  • Provide compression and warmth to injured and inflamed tissue.
  • Sewn-in anterior vertical compression buttress pads
  • 4mm neoprene
Size Chart & Fit Help



Measurements taken at thickest part of calf

S 11" - 13"
M 13" - 15"
L 15" - 17"
XL 17" - 19"
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  • Winston at 5/31/2015 7:33 PM
    • What is the interior material made of? Is almost a rubber type texture. I had a similar brace and lost but can't remember if this is it.
    • Winston
      Its neoprene so it would be a rubber type
  • LISA at 5/12/2015 4:29 PM
    • I get shin splints on the lateral portion of my shin not the medial, will this help with that as well?
    • Lisa
      Yes the Shin Splint Support sleeve will still work for you.
  • June at 5/9/2015 4:24 AM
    • Hello,
      I have calve pain in both of my legs when I exercise . such as doing zumba and latin cardio . Will these help my pain in those areas? If not can you recommend something for me? I would appreciate it. . Thanks
    • June
      The Don Joy Shin Splint Support Sleeve is indicated for shin splints not calf pain so it may not give you any relief. If you are looking for something to give you compression but not to ohot I would suggest the Dr Comfort Calf OrthoSleeve. http://www.betterbraces.com/dr-comfort-calf-orthosleeve
  • Leo Kolo at 3/14/2015 11:48 AM
    • Does this sleeve have compress adjustment at its bottom end. I have to careful about sleeves being too tight close to the ankle because of circulation difficulty's.
    • Leo
      This sleeve is not adjustable
  • mary lou at 2/27/2015 4:33 PM
    • i have lymphedema will this help on legs?
    • Mary Lou
      The shin Splint Support is essentially a sleeve so it will provide compression to the lower leg, which should help with lymphondema. We do carry compression socks and stockings in our Bell Horn division. here is the web site: http://www.bell-horn.com/
  • Randy at 2/13/2015 7:05 PM
    • I am measuring 20.5" around the thickest part of my calf. Do you all make a support sleeve that will fit me?
    • Randy
      The sizing chart on this web page is wrong, it is for a different calf sleeve. the XL will fit up to a calf circumference of 20" That is the largest we have
  • Satish at 9/25/2014 9:10 AM
    • Hi,
      Does this sleeve help with Achilles Tendonitis? If so, how?

      Thank you.
    • No it will not help achillies tendonitis. I would suggest the Aircast Air Hell ankle brace. It has airbladders in the heel and achillies area and when you step down the air is compressed in the heel area and gives compression around the achillies. http://www.betterbraces.com/aircast-airheel-ankle-brace
  • nanci at 8/20/2014 5:06 PM
    • Hello, my calf measures right at 13" at the largest part. Is it best to size up or down in this case?
    • NanciSince this is neoprene, I would suggest the medium since neoprene runs a little tight
  • Patti at 11/16/2013 10:22 PM
    • In my first email I meant to say my arm cannot be reset "without" sedation of prophonal (sp)my arms are double jointed so where the arm ball with land is unpredictable. It had dropped and landed under my right armpit. So it hurts unbelievable when someone try the manual tug and pull and I scream-cry or go into shock which has happened.
      When my specialist and he told me I cannot go thru surgery I was mad that he never offered me any alternatives. I can't go around with the top of my arm being so unstable. I need a brace that will add the compression to my upper so it won't roll out & dislocate. Some of these braces are just way too much. I need to find a brace that will fit on my upper arm I guess the humorous area. Some of the braces cover your front area along with the back area and then held together with Velcro straps. It's too much. They are like a straight jacket and look uncomfortable.

      Can you suggest anything else that will compress my upper arm area? I don't need long sleeve and all the body coverage.

      I look forward to hearing back from you

      my arms are double jointed so my arm cannot be reset with Xrays and anesthesia because when it dislocates it goes down my arm & under my armpit so they need to see what way to reset it every time. So my Specialist told me the other day that there is nothing that can be done. He won;t even try surgery because I am diabetic. I need a sleeve type brace
    • Patti
      Thank you for contacting product support. Unfortunatly the only shoulder stabiilizers are the Sully shoulder support, which comes with the straps that you mentioned. The Shin Splint support will not work for your shoulder. If you want to wear something with compression take a look at the Procare arm compression garment: http://www.betterbraces.com/procare-arm-compression-garment This will not prevent your shoulder from dislocating but it will give your arm some compression.
  • patti at 10/3/2013 2:11 AM
    • I have a "severe" shoulder injury which cannot be operated on. In 2007 I had a bad fall & pulverized my rotator cuff severing all tendons I had an ultra sound & there are no tendons at all. I did have laproscopic surgery in 2008 that did not work. I have had 34 dislocations. The ball of my arm just sits there unstable & can dislocate at any time. Another thing I have against me is my arms are double jointed so my arm cannot be reset with Xrays and anesthesia because when it dislocates it goes down my arm & under my armpit so they need to see what way to reset it every time. So my Specialist told me the other day that there is nothing that can be done. He won;t even try surgery because I am diabetic. I need a sleeve type brace that can be held up with neoprene straps with velcro. Do you have anything like this? I will need to wear it forever so it needs to be comfortable-slings don't help, they are just uncomfortable & my arm has dislocated with a sling. This is what I was looking for at The Brace Shop but they can no longer ship to Canada. Would you know where I could get one in Canada? http://www.braceshop.com/bauerfeind-omotrain-shoulder-brace.htm Thank you for your time I look forward to hearing from you. Patti
    • Patti,
      We offer 2 shoulder stabilizers.
      I would recommend the Sully Shoulder Stabilizer. It is neoprene and has Velcro straps (both of which you were looking for). This stabilizer will offer compression and be able to stabilize/assist or restrict movement of the shoulder. This brace will be the most comfortable of the two.
      The DonJoy Shoulder Stabilizer is the other option. This brace will provide control with abduction, external rotation and support for acromioclavicular separations. This brace is designed from a polyester Lycra material. You will have less range of motion in the brace than the sully
      I hope this helps you out. If you have any more questions please feel free to contact us.
  • laura at 8/6/2013 6:42 PM
    • Can the brace be worn while running
    • Hello,

      Yes, this is a compression brace that can be worn while runnning.

      Thanks for contacting Donjoy.
  • Dave at 1/13/2013 12:22 PM
    • Can the shin splint sleeve be worn underneath a DonJoy acl brace?

      Thank you.
    • Hello, Dave -

      Yes, you can wear the shin splint sleeve beneath the ACL brace.

      Thanks and have a great day!
  • alexandra at 7/6/2012 10:10 AM
    • I dont need compression but do want shin protection. I am old, active, if I trip and fall, I lacerate my shin quite badly, a couple of times over the last few years. These wounds take a long time to heal...and are painful. I am looking for something light weight but strong in the anterior part that would protect my shins, maybe fasten around the leg with velcro. Like sports shin guards but less clunky. Do you have any suggestions? Thankyou.
    • It is a mild compression, there is padding on the front of the braceon the shin.
  • Jeanne Sinclair at 11/20/2011 9:35 AM
    • Is this splint open in the back or is it a true sleeve?
    • Hi Jeanne,

      Yes it is a true sleeve.

      Please let us know if you have additional questions.
  • Ray at 9/3/2011 6:40 PM
    • I have disintegrating disks which cause siatica pain in the lower calf and shin of my right leg. Is this product for me?
    • If compression helps your leg feel better, this brace will provide that, but if it is uncomfortable for you to have compression, I would not suggest this brace.
  • usman at 2/20/2011 7:15 PM
    • what does this do??
    • Provides compression and warmth to injured and inflamed tissue.
  • Stephano at 12/12/2010 11:52 AM
    • Could this help a tibial stress fracture?
    • The DonJoy Shin Splint Support Sleeve will add support and compression to the affected area, but you'll want to consult your doctor to see if you need something like an immobilizer to restrict the range-of-motion.
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