Shock Doctor Ultra Gel Lace Ankle Support

Shock Doctor Ultra Gel Lace Ankle Support

2011 | 8561-2
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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Support without the need of tape
  • Odor removing liner
  • Comfort added with gel inserts

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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Return to your comfort zone with the 849 Ultra Gel Lace Ankle Support. This compression, lace-up wrap comes fully equipped with internal gel cushions and a pre-curved tongue to offer stability, support and alignment all wrapped into one convenient package.

Performance Level 3: Medium stability and support for moderate to major ligament sprains, muscle strains and unstable joints allowing for use as necessary for recovery

  • Provides lateral and medial support without taping
  • No-slip footbed with silicon gripper pattern
  • Low-profile lacing loop system
  • Integrated Antimicrobial Technology to reduce odor causing bacteria
  • Contains Latex - Caution: This product contains natural rubber latex, which may cause allergic reactions. If any skin irritation occurs, discontinue use and consult a physician. This product is not a substitute for medical care. Always see professional medical advice for the diagnosis and treatment of pain, injury or irritation

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PRODUCT Q & A

Are your shock doctor ankle braces designed to be use inside the skate boot?

Asked by: Anonymous
Real tough to say on that one. They are not specifically designed to fit inside skates but can if needed i suppose. But when i say can, they will stretch out your skate boot, possibly hinder ankle movements and decrease circulation in your foot. You would need ultra thin socks and hopefully your skates have the room to fit the braces. Honestly the best would be to physically try this out by bringing in an ankle brace and trying on a skate or vice versa.
Answered by: MikeM
Date published: 2012-08-14
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