11-0386-X-06060 11-0386-X-06060 42.5

Wrist Wraps - Wrist Brace


Availability: In stock

Attention Medicare Patients

For sports and job-related injuries to limit range of motion in one direction. Allows freedom of the hand from splinting.

* Required Fields


Product Details

Product Description

Is the DonJoy Wrist Wrap right for me?

Ideal for those who need to limit range of motion in a single direction, such as extension, flexion, ulnar or radial deviation during contact sports, work or other daily activities. Try our Brace Advisor for personalized product recommendations to meet your needs!

Ideal Application:

The Wrist Wraps Support is ideal when limitation of range is needed in one direction only, such as extension, flexion, ulnar or radial deviation. It is also ideal for sports-related and job-related injuries allowing freedom of the hand from splinting. These DonJoy Wrist Wraps can be used in football (linemen) for prophylactic use as well as jobs requiring repetitive hand/wrist movement. These wrist wraps can be used for all sports including tennis, golf, gymnastics, tumbling and even water sports such as swimming and diving.

Features & Benefits:

  • Neoprene inner lining for comfort
  • Interchangeable foam inserts for variable support
  • Woven nylon outer shell for durability
  • Opposing straps limit rotation of brace
  • Can be worn on either wrist

Product Care

Wash with mild soap, rinse and air dry.


Purchase of this product comes with one single brace. To wrap both of your wrists, you will need to purchase two.

Size Chart & Fit Help



S 5-6" ( 12.75-15.25 cm)
M 6-7" (15.25-17.75 cm)
L 7-8" (17.75 cm - 20.25 cm)


Product Questions (29)

Product Questions

DonJoy Wrist Wraps - Wrist Brace

Product Questions

Sort by Ascending
  • Carden at 9/22/2016 3:06 PM
    • my wrist measure 7", should I order the medium 6-7 or the large 7-8?
    • The Large size DonJoy Wrist Wraps should fit well.
  • dallan at 9/4/2016 10:30 AM
    • My son needs a brace for wrist, right hand, for basketall, he is right handed, shoots right.
    • The DonJoy Wrist Wraps Wrist Brace will provide compression any support for any activity. These are not right or left specific, they can be worn on either wrist.
  • STEVE at 8/4/2016 6:08 PM
    • The max size on the DonJoy Wrist Wrap is Large.
  • Erica at 7/15/2016 11:04 PM
    • My son broke his wrist and just got his cast off. We were told he is good to go with sports but needs a brace to protect his wrist in case he falls again. They want the support on the top of his wrist so hand doesn't go back. Will this wrist support work for that??
    • Yes, this would be a good choice. The Wrist Wraps Support is ideal when limitation of range is needed in one direction only, such as extension, flexion, ulnar or radial deviation.
  • Charlotte at 6/17/2016 9:59 AM
    • Will this brace provide flexibility for riding and horse jumping?
    • Yes, the DonJoy Wrist Wraps can be used for all sports including tennis, golf, gymnastics, tumbling and even water sports such as swimming and diving. The range of motion is limited for extension but not for flexion if worn traditionally.
  • Tom at 3/15/2016 6:59 PM
    • If I measure at 7" should I order a medium or large wrap?
    • Yes that is what I reccomend
  • Kylee at 3/3/2016 3:02 PM
    • I'm a college diver which includes 1 and 3 meter diving. I have tiger paws but they don't stay velcroed onto my wrists. I have severe tendinitis in both of my wrists so would these be able to both support my wrists and stay fastened while diving on both boards?
    • yes this brace would be a good sustitute for what you are wearing now
  • Connor at 2/2/2016 2:02 PM
    • I have ecu tendon instability. Will this brace keep the tendon stable while still allowing me to swing a bat? Thanks
    • The Wrist wraps will provide support and compression to the wrist but still allow you use of your hand. This may be what you want to use while playing ball and swinging a bat.
  • Brandon at 1/13/2016 2:01 PM
    • Is the Brace comparable to the ones that the guys in the NFL wear? Is the there any hard plastic in them?
    • This brace is worn by some Pro football players and no there is not any hard plastic in the brace. There is a rigid piece of foam that can be added in the wrap to be a little more supportive.
  • shawn at 11/20/2015 8:59 AM
    • Will this brace provide support for power lifting?
    • Yes, it will provide support for lifting.
  • Ceniah at 9/27/2015 5:54 PM
    • I am a cheerleader and I am also a tumbler would I still be able to tumble and stunt with it on.
    • Yes, the Wrist Wraps will leave you help completely free and you should be able to tumble and cheer with the brace on.
  • Tami at 9/14/2015 1:37 PM
    • Son has Kienbochs disease (avascular necrosis of lunate bone) and he is a high school baseball catcher. Would this wrap be best for this position? And what about batting/sliding projection?
    • Yes, the wrap would be a good support for your son because it will provide some support but still allow for movement of the hand and wrist while playing baseball.
  • Leslie at 9/14/2015 6:46 AM
    • Can it be used to play tennis?
    • Yes, these can be used with any sport.
  • Luis at 5/26/2015 7:34 AM
    • Does this brace provide support for swimmers with scapholunate instability?
    • This brace can be used for this type of injury. The wrap will give compression and support to the wrist but still allow some movement.
  • Murphy at 4/27/2015 7:36 AM
    • I am a server and having difficulties - both wrist are weak and the one actually has torn ligaments. Was hoping to find a supportive brace to assist in carrying trays. Would this brace be suitable? What would you recommend? (other than new job)
    • Yes, these should help your unstable wrists.
  • Marian at 4/18/2015 6:34 PM
    • Will this brace be suitable for a tennis player who has stress on the right side of the right wrist?
    • The wrist wraps will give you compression and support of the wrist while playing tennis and still allow full use of the hand.
  • Andrew at 1/12/2015 10:38 AM
    • How will the wrap fit while wearing a football glove? (Offensive Line) And can I use these wraps as replacements for wrist tape?
    • The wrap will have to go on over the glove.
  • Debbie at 1/3/2015 8:46 AM
    • I have RA in both wrists, and would like to continue the practice of yoga. Would these wraps be suitable for use/support?
    • The wrist wraps will provide mild support to the wrist but still allow motion, so if you would like to use them for Yoga, they should allow you to still move.
  • Conner at 11/15/2014 11:41 AM
    • Would this be an ideal brace for swimmers -- trying to prevent backward bending similar to the way a wrist is bent during a regular push-up? Also, chlorine damage is a concern. Thank you.
    • Yes, you can wear these braces for swimming to help prevent too much wrist extension. Make sure to rinse the braces with tap water after getting out of the pool and let the braces air dry.
  • Scott at 9/6/2014 8:02 AM
    • Should I size up if I'm planning on wearing these with football gloves?
    • Only if your measurment is at the end of the sizing chart, to where a few cm will take you to the next size.
  • Cameron at 8/7/2014 8:17 AM
    • When you receive these after ordering them, will they say: Wraps by Donjoy on them? Also, will you be able to see the blue? I noticed NFL players such as Andre Williams and Luke Kuechly wearing these and they look totally different.
    • The wrist wraps look exactly like the picture on the website. The reason they look different on Pro FB players is that they cover up the logos for advertising purposes and they use a sharpie to cover the blue.
  • Melanie at 5/2/2014 5:57 PM
  • isaac at 4/15/2014 12:25 PM
    • I have a old TFCC injury in my right wrist. Would this wrist wrap work or are the cxt a must?
    • These braces will be fine for your old injury.
  • Lafreceia at 10/10/2013 8:05 PM
    • My son is a stud running back for our school.. He has been dealing with some pain in his wrist for about 2 years. He fell on it during a game and hurt it. He went to the Dr. and they did X-rays and an MRI and found out he had a old break in his wrist. They are going to fix it after football season. The Dr. said he can play and he just has to wrap his wrist up really well!! I want to know do y'all have a brace that will help give him a little support if he falls or tackles someone? I need a good wrist brace.
    • This is a wrist brace worn by football players in the NFL. It leaves your palm free so you can continue to wear your football gloves while protecting your wrists. This brace was designed for athletes in mind and your son will still be able to grip the ball.
  • Rebecca Lauriault at 9/23/2013 4:29 PM
    • I have carpal tunnel. Is this brace going to protect my wrist the same way that a brace designated for carpal tunnel will. I need something that will impede my wrist from moving at all in the water.
    • This brace does not offer rigid support. It will give you some compression and mild support to your wrist. Try one of our carpel tunnel braces for better support. All of our braces are designed to be worn in the water (pool, beach, lake). We suggest hand washing them after each use with light soap and water along with air drying.
  • kara at 4/3/2013 7:55 PM
    • Is there anything at all touching or wrapping around the thumb?? This is what I need, nothing at the thumb but more than just a tensor around my wrist. In my job it is unsafe for anything to be obstructing the thumb.
    • No, there is nothing that is obstructing the thumb with the DonJoy Wrist Wraps.
  • Steve at 12/12/2012 2:18 PM
    • I'm looking for a wrist wrap that I can use for Olympic Weightlifting. When holding a wide grip heavy weight over head (lift is called the snatch) I need to prevent ulnar deviation. I know the description for this wrap specifically mentions this, but the picture on the site doesn't seem like it could possibly work.

      In my mind I need something that does not interfere with the palm of my hand so that I can grip the bar, but I also need some sort of splint like object that supports the side of my hand up to the knuckle of my pinky finger.

      Am I just not understanding from the picture how this wrist wrap could prevent ulnar deviation?
    • The foam inserts which provide the support are interchangeable depending on what areas you would need the support. The picture does not depict all of the variable positions that the brace's supports can be worn. As far as supporting the entire length of the hand up to the pinky, the length of the brace does not extend that far up the hand through the base of the fingers - the design is intended for wrist support, not finger/hand.
  • Marc E at 2/26/2011 8:35 AM
    • Do you sell a non-leather wrist guard for a gymnast?
    • These wraps are ideal for football, gymnastics and diving. These braces have a Neoprene liner and a Nylon outer shell material. There is no leather on this brace.
  • benm861 at 2/12/2011 3:02 PM
    • Are these braces suitable for use in the sport of diving?
    • Yes, the Wrist Wraps are ideal when limitation of range is needed in one direction only, such as extension, flexion, ulnar or radial deviation. You'll need to rinse the brace off with fresh water after immersion.
Reviews (1)


DonJoy Wrist Wraps - Wrist Brace

    Write Your Own Review

    You're reviewing: DonJoy Wrist Wraps - Wrist Brace

    How do you rate this product?

    • Will not be shown on site

    • Share Your Usage

    I agree to the terms & condition by clicking the submit review button

    Your honest feedback
    helps other visitors
    in selecting their products

    Customer Reviews 1 item(s)

    I just received the WRIST BRACE. I must use a 4-arm crutch because of Polio in my leg. Right Leg. So I must use the left Hand brace.

    Reviewed by:
    Again. I have POLIO IN MY right leg. Must use a 4-ARM crutch in my Left arm. I now started to us the Hand brace (DonJOY) BECAUSE i HAVE FALLING TO MANY TIMES. I just noticed a crack in the bottom of the hand brace because of using the 4-arm crutch. Can you advise what I can do to prevent feartinng crackinf of the Hand Brace.
    Pros: I like it.
    Share Your Usage: Daily Use
    Posted on April 3, 2022

    Please wait...