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Sport Stirrup


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Narrow design provides less bulk and more comfort

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Product Description

Helps Prevent Sports Ankle Injuries

Designed to help prevent ankle injuries, the Aircast Sport-Stirrup is based on the Air-Stirrup Ankle Brace but has a narrower design for less bulk in a sneaker or shoe.

The Aircast Sport-Stirrup has anatomically designed shells that prevent inversion/eversion. Each shell is lined with the patented Duplex™ aircell system. This exclusive system incorporates two pre-inflated overlapping aircells, distal and proximal, that provide support and protection during ambulation.

Product features and benefits

  • Semi-rigid, anatomically designed shells prevent inversion/eversion
  • Patented Duplex™ aircell system for support, and protection
  • Pre-Inflated aircells for easy application

Sizing: One Size Fits All

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Size Chart & Fit Help
Description Brace Length
Sport-Stirrup 9" (23 cm)
Product Questions (6)

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Aircast Sport Stirrup

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  • Cyndi at 1/29/2016 7:49 AM
    • My daughter does all star cheerleading and has a tendency to roll her ankles, she needs a good support brace for tumbling & flying but it needs to be thin enough to fit in her cheer shoe (which is much smaller and thinner than a regular athletic shoe). She has been looking at the Aircast Sport Stirrup but I'm not sure if it will allow the flexibility she needs for the sport or fit in her shoe, do you have any recommendations?
    • She may have trouble getting that brace into her shoe. Try the aircast A60 ankle brace. It is lighter version of the Airsport and should fit better into the shoe.
  • Ankleguy at 12/1/2015 4:51 PM
    • Can I wear this with my shoe on or do i have to make adjustments.
    • It will fit into a tennis shoe even though it will be a tight fit
  • Barry Cooper at 10/19/2015 12:56 PM
    • I am recovering from a surgically repaired fractured ankle (distal end of fibula) and am walking more or less normally on the flat, and making good progress in physical therapy. However in a month I will be on a long-anticipated trip where I may be doing some walking on rough or uneven ground (forest trails). I would like a brace that will prevent my turning my ankle and undoing all my progress. It would have to fit into a walking boot/shoe. What do you recommend?
    • Barry
      I would suggest the air Cast Air Sport ankle brace. The brace should fit into your shoes and will provide very good support during your hiking. https://www.betterbraces.com/aircast-airsport-ankle-brace
  • Marie at 6/4/2015 12:27 AM
    • I have just purchased a Aircast Sport Ankle Brace for lateral stability for transition out of a cam boot walker for an achilles injury, and from the time I got it out of the box I have had difficulty with the splint sliding back off of my foot. I have tried adjusting the heel width, and the air in the bladders, still no luck. Also, I have found that at times the bottoms of the air bladder is not staying stuck to the outer shell, and I find I have to readjust. I have tried different shoes with no improvement. I have a very skinny ankle, I am not sure if this is the issue, but I need this product to work. Any suggestions?
    • I would try a different brace possibly the AirCast Aisport ankle brace. https://www.betterbraces.com/aircast-airsport-ankle-brace
  • Diana Marshall at 10/12/2013 10:39 AM
    • I have a Charcot Anthropathy ankle and my ankle "leans over to the right"; I'm hoping this brace "can help my ankle straighten back up-right" and stay that way. I've been prescribed custom fit plastic braces to stop the leaning progression, but they were too uncomfortable to wear, so I had to stop using them. How comfortable is the "padding" used; do you get "rubbed/sore spots"? Also, does the material cause sweating ?
    • Diana
      Thank you for contacting product support. The Aircast Airsport Ankle brace provides support for moderate ankle sprains and and is made up of a rigid outershell and padded air cells along the inside of the brace. It also has a cross strap that gives extra support for sprains of outside of the ankle. All of our braces require the user to wear a sock underneath to prevent any ulcerations or rubbing on the skin. Since you are looking for something that will give you the most support on that leaning side of your ankle, you might also want to look at the Aircast Air-Stirrup Ankle Brace. https://www.betterbraces.com/aircast-air-stirrup-ankle-brace
      It is used to treat chonic instabilities. It has the rigid outer supports that are lined with Air cells that can be inflated to provide you with more comfort. If you have any other questions please do not hesitate to contact us.
  • Carol Sheppard at 6/12/2013 8:22 AM
    • I would appreciate the actual height/ width for this brace compared to the other ankle stirrup brace. I am not sure which one will work best for me.

      Thank you
    • The Sport Stirrup is 9 inches high and it will be about 1/2 an inch thinner on your leg than the standard Stirrup.
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