Want to buy Teyder Neoprene Ankle brace for water sports?
The Neoprene Ankle Brace from Teyder is ideal for use in water. The neoprene material (just like a diving suit) feels like a second skin, offers stability, compression & warmth and ensures that recovery is accelerated. With the handy zipper you can easily put the ankle brace on and off. The free strap supplied allows you to create more compression and stability for the ankle. The open heel ensures that you do not lose grip during water sports on a board (or other surface).
Indications Teyder Neoprene Watersport Ankle Brace
- Torn or torn anklets
- Ankle sprain and / or sprain
- Inversion trauma (supination)
- Eversion trauma (pronation)
- Rheumatic disorder
- Unstable ankle
- Non-specific ankle complaints
Features and benefits of the Teyder Neoprene Watersports Ankle Brace
- Feels like a second skin
- May get wet and can be worn in water
- Can be worn both left and right (universal ankle brace)
- Handy zipper for putting on and taking off
- Free strap supplied for extra compression and stability!
- Suitable for sports
Determining the size of the Teyder Neoprene Watersport Ankle Brace
It is important to order this product in the correct size. For this you need to measure your own ankle circumference as shown below. The table below shows you exactly which size is most suitable for you. When in doubt between two sizes, we advise you to choose the largest size. The Neoprene Ankle Brace from Teyder can be worn both left and right (universal).
||24 - 26 cm
||26 - 28 cm
||29 - 31 cm
- Did you know that?! It is better to close the Velcro straps after use. This keeps the fabric of the ankle brace beautiful for longer and the Velcro lasts longer.
- Did you know that!? When you wear this ankle brace in the water, the fabric comes into its own even more. When neoprene gets wet, it tightens around the skin so you will experience more compression and stability!
- Did you know that?! This ankle brace can be worn preventively when the rehabilitation period is over. This prevents another injury! After all, prevention is better than cure :)