The ASO Ankle Stabilizing Orthosis by Medical Specialties is one of the most popular lace-up ankle support braces on the market today. Used by athletes at all levels for prevention or after acute ankle injuries, this brace provides eversion and inversion (side-to-side) ankle support while still allowing enough movement for athletic performance. This superior ankle brace is very popular in basketball and soccer, because it securely locks the ankle, similar to an athletic ankle taping, but does not contain hard plastic supports or pieces. The ASO Ankle Stabilizer's lace up closure allows for a patient-friendly application that can be applied quickly anywhere.
Available in Black or White and universally made to fit either a left or right ankle.
Features & Benefits:
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For the best fit and support of your new ankle brace, please follow the following sizing information.
Measure your ankle circumference using a flexible tape measure and using the picture as a guide. Measure the circumference from the top of your ankle around to your heel then find your size using the chart below.
If you are in-between two sizes, remember that ankle braces are designed for a snug supportive fit and you most likely would gain more support from the smaller sized brace.
|ASO Brace Size||Ankle Circumference in Inches||Ankle Circumference in cm|
|XX-Small (Pediatric)||9 to 10"||22.9 to 25.4 cm|
|X-Small||10 to 11"||25.5 to 27.9 cm|
|Small||11 to 12"||28.0 to 30.5 cm|
|Medium||12 to 13"||30.6 to 33.0 cm|
|Large||13 to 14"||33.1 to 35.6 cm|
|X-Large||14 to 15"||35.7 to 38.1 cm|
|XX-Large||15 to 16"||38.2 to 40.6 cm|
As an alternate method of sizing, you may use your shoe size. Use the following shoe size table as a guide only, as the best brace fit will occur using the ankle circumference measurements above.
|Men's Shoe Size||6 to 7||7.5 to 9||9.5 to 11||11.5 to 13||13.5 to 15||15+|
|Women's Shoe Size||5 to 6||6.5 to 8||8.5 to 10||10.5 to 12||12.5 to 14|
|Regular Foot||XS||S||M||M||L||Wide Foot||S||M||L||L||XL|
Q. Will this ankle brace fit in my shoe?
A. Yes, the ASO Ankle Brace is thin and lightweight and you should not have a significant problem with your shoes fitting when wearing the brace.
Q. Does this brace contain the plastic side supports?
A. No, this version of the ASO does not have any hard side supports, stays, or stabilizers. If you require the additional support provided by plastic side stabilizers the ASO with Plastic Stays is the same brace but with the addition of stays.
Q. Is this the quick lacing brace with Velcro laces?
A. No, this brace has a traditional lace-up and tie application. The ASO Speed Lacer is a similar brace with the quick lace system.
No More Crutches!!!
Pros: Best brace I've used! A+
Cons: Absolutely None
AMAZING! No more crutches at home after a day of work!
Submitted by: Nathan M. on 11/08/2012 06:13:20 AM
ASO for Basketball
for playing basketball this was exactly what i needed.
Submitted by: Tampa_Hoops on 10/28/2012 08:31:48 AM
Good Support, Helped my Running
Quick, accurate product. The ankle brace itself has been perfect for what I needed. I was overworking my ankle running and this item did the trick to stiffen up the situation, eat the remainder of the pain, and work through my runs until now it feels great. Still wear the brace when running for extra support.
Submitted by: Peter on 10/26/2012 12:31:48 PM
thank you again for the perfect brace
Pros: I will be buying one in black soon.
I have MS and am losing the stability of my left ankle. I also developed a bit of drop foot and was tripping often. My neurologist sent me to a Prosthetics place to build a brace for me. I wore it one hour and was so uncomfortable it is a torture device. This thing goes up to my knee with hard plastic and I hated it. Kept on wearing it but started looking for something that would work for me ,and happy to say I found it.
Submitted by: Gloria on 05/12/2012 09:12:12 AM
Works well for ankle problems
Exactly what my niece with ankle problems needed, she plays soccer, softball, volleyball, basketball, and track and she is able to use it in any sport, so far so good.
Submitted by: Dena W. on 03/10/2012 08:12:22 AM