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Stabilizing PRO Ankle Brace

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Lace-up design with figure-8 strapping for extra support

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Product Description

Is the Stabilizing Pro Ankle Brace right for me?

Designed to meet the needs of demanding athletes in recovering from or prevention of an acute ankle sprain. Try our Brace Advisor for personalized product recommendations to meet your needs!

Designed to treat and protect:

  • Ankle instability

Best for:

  • Football
  • Basketball
  • Soccer
  • Baseball

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The Stabilizing PRO Ankle Brace is designed to meet the needs of demanding athletes. It features 800D ballistic nylon and reinforced eyelet area for outstanding performance and durability. A full circumferential elastic strap secures all strapping and provides tibia/fibula compression and stability. Lace-up design and trimable figure-8 strapping locks the calcaneus into place and controls inversion/eversion. Removable, articulated medial/lateral stays enhance proprioception and stability. Fits easily into an athletic or street shoe. Universal to fit right and left.

A recent study of over 2,000 high school football players proves that wearing the Stabilizing Ankle Brace reduces the incidence of acute ankle injury by 61%. Wearing the brace did not increase the incidence or severity of acute knee injuries or other lower extremity injuries. Bracing also offers a low-cost alternative to athletic tape. (Source: McGuine T.A., Brooks A. AM J Sports Med.2011 "The Effect of Lace-up Ankle Braces on Injury Rates in High School Football Players").

Product Features...and the benefits you'll experience!

Performance & Durability
Constructed of non-stretch nylon for performance and durability.
Compression & Stability
Full circumferential elastic strap secures strapping and provides tibia/fibula compression and stability.
Universal
Can be worn on the right or left foot.
Controls Inversion/Eversion
Lace-up design and trimable figure-8 strapping locks the heel bone into place and controls inversion/eversion.
Removable Medial/Lateral Stays
Enhance Proprioception and stability.
Wash & Care
Hand wash with mild soap and air dry.

Looking for more options? View our full selection of DonJoy ankle supports to find the perfect ankle brace.

Size Chart & Fit Help

Measuring Information: Measurement is circumference, taken from the base of the heel around ankle, while wearing an athletic sock.



Size Circumference
X Small 10" - 11"
Small 11" - 12"
Medium 12" - 13"
Large 13" - 14"
X Large 14" - 15"
XX Large 15" - 16"
Product Questions (36)

Product Questions

DonJoy Stabilizing PRO Ankle Brace

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  • Marilyn at 9/28/2016 8:39 PM
    • Do these have metal or plastic strips on each side of ankle, because this is what I am told to get. The one I have now does not
    • The Donjoy Stabilizing Pro Ankle brace has plastic removable stays on both sides of the ankle.
  • Suzy at 9/14/2016 8:55 AM
    • Hi, I am 16 months post-op from achilles rupture (complete tear) ad am back to being active in volleyball (indoor/outdoor 3/week). My left achilles is the one that had surgery but also feeling soreness/tenderness in my right achilles as well. And the left achilles area is now experiencing tendonitis in the inside part of my foot - likely overcompensating during my injury from inability to use proper heel; thus developing said condition. Anyway, which brace would fit my needs? I'm assuming I would need a brace that has heel coverage and not one that is cut out in that area?
    • The DonJoy Performance Trizone Calf Support, https://www.betterbraces.com/trizone-calf-support, and the Aircast Airheel, https://www.betterbraces.com/aircast-airheel-ankle-brace, would be good options for your Achilles Tendonitis.
  • Rodney at 7/15/2016 9:04 AM
    • My son in a size 15 shoe and he had a bad sprained ankle we're looking for something that will help support his ankle.
      Will they fit inside his shoe and do they come in pairs?
    • The DonJoy Stabilizing Pro Ankle Braces are designed to fit in shoes. Please reference the size chart to make sure you order the correct size since the sizing is based off the ankle circumference instead of shoe size. These are not sold in pairs, they are sold as 1 brace each.
  • JP at 5/9/2016 8:31 AM
    • I have severe pronation with both ankles. I do PT for them, especially after bilateral knee replacement 3 years ago. In three weeks, I am going trekking, and know that ankle instability even in hiking boots can be problematic. Do you have a product to recommend, even one that I could use on a daily basis.?This is for walking/hiking/trekking. Thanks. jp
    • The DonJoy Stabilizing Pro ankle brace is a good brace that can be worn everyday. The brace will provide ankle suuport and can be worn in most shoes.
  • David at 4/30/2016 3:19 PM
    • Hi - I have Peronial tendinitis and am going on a hiking trip this summer. I already use one of your braces for when I run and workout but it is too bulky for the hiking shoes I need to buy. Is there a lightweight brace you can recommend? Thank you!
    • A lighter brace will also mean lighter support. The Aircast A60 ankle brace is a thign material brace with two plastic stays and offers mile anle support. https://www.betterbraces.com/s-port-all-back-support-w-shorts
  • Lynn prusky at 4/13/2016 6:48 AM
  • Randi at 3/31/2016 10:33 PM
    • I have broken and sprained both ankles numerous times and now they roll frequently and I fall, and I'm tired of falling all the time, Will this brace keep my ankles from rolling all the time? And can I wear it all day and be comfortable in it?
    • Yes this brace will provid emoderate ankle support and can be worn all day and will fit into a shoe
  • B at 3/20/2016 1:07 PM
    • What shoe size fits an xs ankle brace
    • Since this brace is measured by the circumference of the ankle we do not have the information you are looking for. You will need to measurment the ankle circumference like shown on the website to get the correct size
  • Tim gray at 1/28/2016 2:53 PM
    • Does it matter which strap is wrapped first when stabilizing for an Eversion sprain?
    • For an Eversion Sprain strap the inside strap first and the tightest, then the outside strap
  • Stanley at 1/7/2016 10:40 PM
    • Last year I suffered a Grade 2 deltoid ligament sprain this injury was probably the worst injury I`ve had in my football career. I took the precautions and let me self-heal a week after the injury and played in the super bowl the following Saturday with my fellow teammates early November. Months later I had pain my Achilles and felt a throbbing pain in my right ankle. I started rehab in April consistently and also May. During the summer, the rehab was on and off. Now I would like to know what ankle brace I should purchase to help stabilize and also correct my walking motion in my right foot.
    • The DonJoy Stabilizing Pro Ankle Brace is a good brace to wear for stability and prevention of further ankle injury. The brace should fit easily into a shoe.
  • Wendy at 12/17/2015 4:15 PM
    • I have posterior tibial tendon dysfunction. I typically wear the PTTD aircast brace when walking around but I'd like to find a less bulky but supportive brace to fit into a ski boot. Any ideas?
    • The Aircast Airlift PTTD is the only brace that addresses PTTD specifically. Any of our other ankle braces will provide ankle support but not specifically PTTD.
  • David at 11/26/2015 6:20 AM
    • My foot measures at 13" so it fits a Large. However, my foot is fairly wide. Would I have difficulty lacing up a size Large? Would the XL size be too loose on my ankle?
    • David
      If your circumference is a large then the large brace should fit you even with a wide foot
  • Robyn at 11/24/2015 7:34 AM
    • I have broken and sprained both ankles numerous times and now they roll frequently and I fall. My Dr. Advised me to get the stabilizing pro ankle brace for each ankle. I am on medicare and I saw that you do not take medicare. I am on disability and cannot afford to buy them outright unfortunately. Are there any other places that carry your braces that do take medicare? I have a box of braces that do not work. I still manage to roll the ankles and my bones break. I am tired of all the pain from the sprains and breaks. This is the best brace I have seen. Thank you for your time.
    • Robyn
      Please copy and paste this link to contact your local Don Joy sales rep. The Rep can get you an ankle brace and bill Medicare.
      http://www.djoglobal.com/contact-us/sales-rep-locator
  • Dave at 11/9/2015 7:48 PM
    • Could this brace fit into a hockey skate? or would you recommend another one for hockey players?
    • Dave
      That brace should fit into a skate
  • Gooseball at 10/21/2015 2:51 PM
    • I need a brace to help with arthritis of my left ankle. When I walk I feel sharp pain and it feels like my ankle will give. I use the A60 but feel it does not help with the pain. Is there a brace to help with the pain when I walk?
    • Braces will not help with general pain in the ankle only keep the ankle stable to prevent further injury.
  • Susan Takemoto at 10/16/2015 12:38 AM
    • I bought this for my 15 year old soccer player who has sprained the same ankle 3-4 times in the last 3 years. It's the right size but because she has a wide foot the laces barely reach the velcro (and are probably becoming detached). Is that okay?
    • Susan
      If you purchased her the Stabilizing Speed Pro and the laces do not reach the velcro the brace is too small and you should go up a size.
  • ds at 9/20/2015 12:01 PM
    • What is the difference between the Aircast Airsport Ankle Brace and the DonJoy Stabilizing PRO in terms of ankle protection and ease of use? I am an avid runner and soccer player. Thanks!
    • The Airsport and the Stabilizing Pro ankle brace are both for moderate ankle protection. The Stabilizing Pro is similar to an ankle tape with the exception of getting loose after 30 minutes of sweating. The brace fits into a show well. The Airsport is a sportier version of an ankle stirrup brace so it is a little bulkier in your shoe and more rigid.
  • Bhendie97 at 9/4/2015 8:12 PM
    • how tall is the brace i'm looking for something shorter because i have pain in my Peroneus Tertius muscle. If you have a different recommendation for the pain i am having i would appreciate that as well!
    • The brace is 8" tall
  • brian at 8/15/2015 10:20 PM
    • I rolled my ankle and I am looking for a good brace to wear with a shoe while walking, running, and working out. I also wear a size 16 shoe out that makes a difference.
    • Brian
      The Don Joy Stabilizing Pro Ankle Brace would be the best for your ankle. The measuring is done with a ankle circumference.
      http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-stabilizing-pro-ankle-brace
  • Michael at 8/9/2015 10:59 AM
    • My wife had a stroke at the age of 37, as a result her left foot pronates in drastically causing her a lot of pain if she spends much time on her feet.
      One relief that she gets is if she wears her expensive hiking boots, however this is not a realistic day to day solution.
      Which of your braces would you recommend?
    • Michael
      I would suggest the Velocity ankle brace. It is a hinged ankle brace and if worn in a shoe should help your wifes ankle. YOu would only need to get the moderate support for your wife. http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-velocity-ankle-brace
  • Harrison at 6/11/2015 7:00 PM
    • My measurement is exactly 14". Should I purchase a Large (13"-14")or X-Large (14"-15")?
      Thank you!
    • We always suggest going up to the next size to make sure it is not too tight. I would suggest the XL based on this measurement.
  • Diane at 5/7/2015 8:14 AM
    • I understand how to take a measurement from the sizing chart but if the athlete has an extra wide foot would you recommend ordering a size larger?
    • The brace should fit the size based on your measurement even if the athlete has a wide foot.
  • Ron at 4/16/2015 11:14 AM
    • Hi, I'm looking for a brace to use while skateboarding after several ligament tears over the last ten years. I'm always told whatever brace i get should fit in my shoe properly and allow movement but they fit poorly into my shoe giving it a bulky feel. On top of that my movement is too restricted to be able to get the kind of maneuverability I need and there is usually a lot of uncomfortable pressure points. What makes your product different then many I have used in the past regarding the problems I have.
    • In order to stabilize the ankle after several sprains the brace is going to have to restrict some motion. If you want a brace that doesn't do that then a basic ankle sleeve is what you are looking for. Low stability, more movement low profile. The DonJoy Stabilizing Pro Ankle Brace is very similar to having your ankle taped except that this brace will not loosen after 30 minutes as taping the ankle would. We offer many different braces that will give you varying amounts of stability, the Stabilizing Pro is moderate stability, will fit into your shoe and will allow full up and down movement of the ankle.
  • Cali at 2/13/2015 3:53 PM
    • My orthopedic just gave me this brace-and I think its a little big. Will it still work?
    • Yes, the brace should still work you will just need to make sure the straps and laces are tight to give you the support
  • Christina at 2/4/2015 9:31 AM
  • Panos at 9/30/2014 4:52 PM
    • Can I wear the PRO while swimming?
    • Yes, make sure to rinse in tap water and let it air dry afterwards.
  • Tracy at 7/25/2014 6:10 AM
    • Many years ago I had an injury to my ankle, torn/stretched ligaments. I constantly have the problem of lack of stability and my ankle turning. I use a lace up brace when working out and hiking-gives some support but not enough (still turns on me) We are fixing to do a mud run/obstacle 5k - will this work for me or what do you recommend?
      Thanks
    • This brace is a lace up ankle brace with two figure eight straps that should give you more stability than just the lace up brace.
  • Liz at 7/10/2014 7:27 PM
    • I have a DonJoy stabilizing brace that I will soon start using. Do you have directions that would give information on how tight the brace should be to use it correctly. I was told very tight but when doing so I have deep indentations when I remove it. I did not know if you could have it firm but not tight and have it work appropriately. Thank you.
    • The fit should be snug, but comfortable. It will be somewhat of a personal preference, some people like it more snug than others. The brace should not shift around, yet it should not cause discomfort from being too tight.
  • Jeannie hart at 6/15/2014 4:41 PM
    • I have ankle tendinitis. What product do you recommend?
    • The DonJoy Stabilizing Pro will give you moderate support of the ankle and therefore decrease pain. If you have tendonitis of the posterior tibialis tendon then the Aircast airlift Ankle Brace would be best. http://www.betterbraces.com/aircast-airlift-pttd-brace This brace has a air bladder under the arch of the foot that can be inflated to lift up the arch taking pressure off that tendon.
  • Brian C. at 6/13/2014 2:31 AM
    • i went to my doctor with a swelling ankle and tenderness/pain at my outside ankle bone, on my right foot. doctor said I have peroneal tendinopathy, and recommended that i get an ankle brace with figure 8 straps. i have so far tried three different kinds and they are one size fits most and I am not most. However, the ones that had some stays or rigid sides relived the tenderness at my ankle bone. I stand all day at work and most of my movement is lateral as i stand at a work table. I also have a flat arch and arthritis in the bones in the middle of my foot; where I do wear an ace bandage brace. Is there a brace you would recommend? My foot size is 13 wide and ankle circumference of 14"-15". Thank you in advance for your time and response.
    • The Stabilizing PRO sounds like it is exactly what your doctor is asking for. It has rigid piece on each side of your ankle and figure 8 strapping. The brace comes in various sizes, one of which should accommodate your ankle. The measurements for this brace are taken from the base of your heel, up to a 45 degree angle across the ankle bones, and over the top of the foot (where your shoe laces would tie). if you are 14"-15" and XL would be appropriate.
  • Clint W at 5/4/2014 8:37 AM
    • I am a bullfighter and recently suffered a severely dislocated ankle, torn ligament in ankle and a fracture in the back of the ankle. The dislocation required screws be put in to bring everything back together. Also sustained a fractured tibia just below my knee on the same leg. Was wanting to know if this brace would help me with stability once I am able to return to the arena?
    • With that type of injury to your ankle you may want to use a maximum supportive ankle brace. We would suggest the Velocity Ankle Brace ES.
  • Amee at 12/24/2013 7:31 AM
    • My daughter recently suffered an ankle injury in gymnastics after months of sporadic heel/ankle pain and ankle rolling. X-rays showed that she has a congenital anomaly called an accessory navicular bone in each foot which is causing excessive stretching of the tendons attached to this bone during athletic activities. Her orthopedic doctor has recommended that she utilize an ankle brace with arch support during athletic activities to lessen her pain and chance of injury. He recommended the Ossur GameDay ankle brace with stays. DJO Global is a network provider recommended by my insurance, so I am trying to determine which of the ankle braces that you offer would be best for this problem. My daughter does gymnastics as well as plays volleyball and basketball. Would you recommend the Donjoy Pro Ankle Support or would one of the Aircast models or ProCare Lace-Up be better options?? She has to have substantial arch support due to the positioning of that extra bone in addition to the ankle support. Thank you!
    • The Stabilizing Pro Ankle Brace is a very good ankle brace used to prevent ankle injuries. The arch support may be a little lacking unless you use the figure eight strap to pull up on her arch. Another option for you is the Aircast PTTD Airlift ankle brace: http://www.betterbraces.com/aircast-airlift-pttd-bracee This brace has both ankle support and a inflatable air pocket under the arch to give arch support. This brace might be a better choice for your daughter.
  • Charlotte K. Smith at 12/21/2013 9:46 AM
    • Had a fx tibia where it attaches to ankle. Plate and several pins installed. What brace would be most comfortable and secure to wear in a ski boot.
      Please advise, thank you.
    • The Stabilizing Pro will offer you a great deal of support. The compression and strapping combined with the medial and lateral stays will give you compression and stability. If the stays are uncomfortable in the boot, they can be removed.
  • Kyle at 9/11/2013 2:41 PM
    • Would you recommend this brace for a cross country runner with weak ankles?
    • Yes, this brace is used by football, basketball, soccer and baseball players. It is designed to be used for any athletic activity to help support the ankle.
  • Doug at 8/30/2013 10:14 AM
    • What circumference measurements are associated with the various sizes (S,M,L, etc.)? Thanks.
    • The circumference of the heel up around the front of the leg where you have the crease where the ankle bends.
  • Trey at 5/29/2013 12:14 PM
    • I'm coming off a non surgical ankle fracture and I am looking for a brace for regular/athletic activity - baseball/basketball/hiking/hunting. Also, what size would be best for a mens size 10 shoe?
    • The Donjoy Pro Ankle brace is similar to having your ankle taped. It slides on like a sock, laces up and has 2 stirrups to prevent inversion/eversion. It's appropriate if your Physician has cleared you to return to athletic activities. If you would like a more rigid brace I recommend the Velocity. As far as sizing, measure from the base of your heel to the top of your ankle, then look at size chart: http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-velocity-ankle-brace
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    Great Product

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    This ankle brace was given to my daughter following a bad sprain playing volleyball. She began using the braces on both ankles during play. We have tried other brands but these work best with best comfort. She plays in college now and she's got a new pair to start this season.
    Pros: Fits lanky feet/ankles well.
    Cons: There are no cons.
    Share Your Usage: Preventing Injury
    Posted on August 10, 2017

    Awesome product

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    My podiatrist gave me this brace for chronic tendinitis and it is comfortable and takes care of all my discomfort but I needed a second brace so I could wash one and still have one to wear.
    Pros: Easy to use and wear takes care of my tendinitis
    Share Your Usage: Preventing Injury, Chronic Instability, Daily Use
    Posted on July 17, 2017

    Much Improved

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    This was a replacement for a prior Donjoy of the same model.
    Pros: Improved Velcro securing on straps, original was just heat welded, this caused the need for the replacement. New ones are stitched, which I believe will last longer. Thicker lining on the actual bracing pockets.
    Cons: None I have discovered as of yet.
    Share Your Usage: Preventing Injury, Daily Use
    Posted on June 29, 2017

    Good ankle support

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    I have these in white and black. I recommend the lace ups--not the speedy version. I have small feet and ankles and can pull these tight enough to give my ankle (non-union fracture) enough support. I wear a 7 1/2 N shoe. These work with sneakers or shoes with velcro straps to close. I wear this brace every day if I am driving. If not, a wear a custom made ankle brace that goes up to just below my knee--which prevents the ankle from bending at all--but you lose the feel of the gas pedal.
    Pros: If you have narrow feet--get the small. Good for short walking.
    Cons: A bit bulky---If you are on your feet all day I suggest looking into a custom made ankle/foot brace.
    Share Your Usage: Daily Use
    Posted on April 29, 2017

    Does not work

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    it does not support the ankle to keep it from side to side action. it still allows it to twist. when it is tightened up, it cuts the blood off to the rest of the foot (toes).
    Pros: No pros other than it fit
    Cons: does not work and is bulky when trying to wear shoes
    Share Your Usage: Daily Use
    Posted on April 8, 2017

    Great Product!

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    I have two plates and eleven screws holding my left ankle together. I am also 280 pounds and this is not a good combination! I have vowed to become more athletic and have recently lost 28 pounds (was 308 lbs.) and am walking / hiking frequently now. This brace has been very helpful. I find that I can tighten it until I get the support I need if I wear an Ace bandage underneath it to give me comfort. Just last week end I was able to hike a 7 mile rather steep trail with no issues AND I was not the slowest person in the group! Excellent product!
    Pros: Very comfortable and supportive as it keeps my ankle in alignment.
    Cons: There are no negatives with this brace.
    Share Your Usage: Chronic Instability, Daily Use
    Posted on April 6, 2017

    Okay while they last!

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    The material for the straps don't last and make the product just Ok!
    Pros: Easy to put on and adjust.
    Cons: The straps don't last and decreases the effectiveness of the brace. The straps gave out before the half way point in the Basketball season. Expected move value for the price
    Share Your Usage: Daily Use, Sports
    Posted on February 18, 2017

    Awesome while they last

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    My son broke both of his ankles during one lacrosse season and now wears these braces for every sport he plays. Basically, he wears them everyday for 2-3 hours. They are extremely supportive, however the heel always frays and then tears. We go through 1-2 each season. He does play A LOT (lacrosse, football & basketball). Just wished they held up a little better.
    Share Your Usage: Preventing Injury, Recovering from Injury, Daily Use
    Posted on January 28, 2017

    What we needed

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    My son dislocated his ankle almost a year ago. He was so fortunate that he didn't break his ankle and only stretched his ligaments. Yes, he played basketball 2 weeks after his dislocated ankle (blessed). I researched and ordered lots of braces. These are his favorite. He has wore out a set already, has 2 other sets. I would not have any trouble ordering him more if he needs. This is his senior year of high school, so chances are he will wear out the pairs that he has. Then if he needs anymore he will know where to order them from. His senior year, football team (6 man) second in state. Basketball mid season undefeated..the year continues. Looking forward to seeing the end. Thanks for great braces.
    Share Your Usage: Preventing Injury, Recently Injured, Recovering from Injury, Daily Use
    Posted on January 23, 2017

    Can you please fix this problem with this otherwise fabulous brace?

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    Totally stabilizes the ankle, unfortunately the heel wears out rather quickly. Totally tired of replacing a perfectly good brace except for the shredded heel.
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    Hi MarryAnne, thank you for your feedback. We will pass this information over to our product team. Thank you. -Customer Service
    Posted on October 26, 2016

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