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ProCare Lace Up Ankle Brace

Sturdy canvas stirrup design fits easily into any athletic shoe.

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The ProCare Lace Up Ankle Brace comes with a sturdy canvas stirrup design with removable, plastic medial/lateral stays, which provide support for acute ankle ligament sprains and chronic instabilities. This ankle brace fits easily into any athletic shoe.


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Measurement Information:
Measure the circumference of your ankle.


Size Circumference
XS 5.5"-7"
S 7"-8.5"
M 8.5"-10"
L 10"-11.5"
XL 11.5"-13.5"
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ProCare Lace Up Ankle Brace reviews

Mary
Broke my ankle almost two years ago. Got this from the doctor I was going to. It has made a huge difference for me. my ankle stays in place and it doesn't turn inward. Nice to be able to walk with confidence. - Mary

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  • From sherri at 10/19/10 6:12 PM
    • can you email me a picture of the stays ? also do the stays come with the purchase price of 29.99 or are they seperate?
    • Hello,

      We don't have a picture of the stays as they appear within the brace, but the stays are included in the price of the item.
  • From Robert Beckmann at 9/3/11 8:16 PM
    • How flexible is the material. Does it form to shape of foot? I have an older Procare lace-up model that is 85% vinyl, is not flexible, and quickly irritated the ankle
    • This a canvas material, so it will be more of a stiff material. I would suggest looking at the A60 or Airsport, either of those have a material that will form to the foot better.
  • From Sharon Story at 8/21/12 5:16 AM
    • The size chart does not say if it's for men or women. So I am not sure how to find my size. The Med is for 8 1/2 to 10. Is this a womens size?

    • The numbers are not based on shoe size, it's based on ankle circumference. Measure at an angle from the top of the heel, around both ankle bones.
  • From Mya at 4/26/13 4:22 PM
    • Could you please provide a diagram of what part of the ankle to measure around? I'm still a little unsure. I've had my ankle circumference measured in several different locations before. Thank you.
    • Hello, Mya -

      Unfortunately we do not have diagrams available. When measuring your ankle, you start at the top of your ankle joint, where your ankle flexes. You take your tape measure and wrap it around your ankle, beneath the heel of your foot and back around to the original starting point.

      If you have further questions, please feel free to contact our product specialists at 888-405-3251.

      Thank you and have a wonderful day!
  • From Mya at 4/26/13 4:25 PM
    • Also, can the ankle brace be machine washed (like on the gentle cycle) if it gets dirty or smells? If not, how should I clean it?
    • Hello, Mya -

      The ankle brace is washable, however we do not recommend that it be put into a washing machine or dryer. Our washing instructions are to wash by hand in lukewarm water with a mild soap and water and all for it to air dry. In the past customers have soaked the brace in a mild soap (Woolite).

      Thank you and have a wonderful day!
  • From Hunter at 8/27/13 9:20 AM
    • Would this be a good brace for Kite Surfing? I've tried the Don Joy Velocity brace, but the Velcro straps don't stay fastened because of the water. I think a lace up brace would be better. Your thoughts?
    • This product would be excellent brace for that.
  • From Monica at 2/1/14 7:14 AM
    • What about measurements when it comes to an ankle that currently has injury and is swollen. The good ankle is about an inch less in circumference
    • If you want to wear this brace once the swelling has gone down, and the difference is between two different sizes, go with the smaller of the two. The braces tend to run a little big and once the swelling goes down you will need the brace to fit well
  • From Steve Wilson at 2/16/14 5:47 PM
    • I need support for alpine skiing. Broke ankle a year
      Ago and notice some pain weakness on hard snow. Would this be a good brace for inside a ski boot
    • This brace will offer you good support. Some people don’t mind the brace in the boot others do not like the semi rigid portion in the boot. The rigid piece in the DonJoy Stabilizing Pro ankle brace is removable, that may be a better option. If you do not like the feel of the rigid piece it can be removed and still offer you support.
  • From Beverly at 2/25/14 6:43 AM
    • Is the heel enclosed or exposed in this brace?
    • This brace has an exposed heel. Thank you for your question.
  • From Philip at 4/7/14 3:43 PM
    • How stable are the sides? Is it a metal plate inside that keeps it from bending, and is this good for wearing during sports like basketball?
    • Philip
      The stays are plastic. I would suggest the DonJoy Stabilizing Pro ankle brace it is a little more rigid than the Procare, but you can still fit into a shoe and play basketball
      http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-stabilizing-pro-ankle-brace
  • From Tiersa at 8/28/14 7:47 AM
    • Would this be recommended for snowboarding and or fit inside a snowboard boot for additional ankle support?
    • Tiersa
      You should be able to wear this in a snow boarding boot and it should give you adequate support
  • From Ellen at 10/31/14 6:26 PM
    • Can you advise if this Procare brace would offer moderate support for both stability assistance and prevention of rolling in of the ankle as well as good compression and arch support? I'd also like a brace that visually isn't as "clunky" as some of your other braces that have three inch straps that wind around above the ankle. Thanks.
    • Ellen
      The Procare Lace-up Ankle Brace will provide ankle stability and can be adjusted with the figure eight straps to support the arch of your foot. Compression can be controled by how tight you make the brace. It fits into a shoe and is not bulky

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