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Active Ankle T2

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  • Ankle Braces Can Be More Hurt Than Help!

    Mar 15, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Ankle braces are good for those recently injured.
    Cons: They can cause your tendons and ligaments to become weak with prolonged use.

    Summary: I as an outdoorsman am not knocking ankle braces at all, just the misuse of the accessory. They are generally an excellent product to have if you just acquired a recent ankle injury. Also if your ankles have become weak over prolonged use on the the ... read more

  • Worry Free Vball!!

    Sep 24, 2005 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Light weight, comfortable (after modification), work like a charm.
    Cons: Most likely steals a little vert + quickness from me :)

    Summary: After owning the T1 model for 10yrs, I finally decided against rebuilding my trusty originals & sprung for the lighter, single-strap T2 model (bye-bye college handouts!). They are amazingly light and must easier to fasten, due to the sgl strap design. ... read more

  • Reinforcement for your landing gear

    Dec 20, 2002 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: A real confidence booster for unstable footing.
    Cons: A bit uncomfortable at first, or for very long periods.

    Summary: I'm a hang glider and paraglider pilot, and the Active Ankle supports are a wonderful product for my sport. Foot-landed aircraft have to contend not only with the vagaries of the winds, but with potential touchdowns on some pretty gnarly terrain. The ... read more

  • Ankle Brace

    Jun 12, 2002 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Best ankle protection around
    Cons: A little bulky

    Summary: I've tried over 5 types of ankle braces to help me while playing basketball. This is by far the best brace available. It is larger than the average brace, but it prevents the ankle from rolling very well. The plastic is sturdy and the foam lining is ... read more

  • Best Defense for Franchise

    Feb 5, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: good protection, feels natural usually
    Cons: gotta get used to it

    Summary: I was chillin down at playground b-ball court in the Baltimore, Md. area when NBA star Steve Francis rolled in to play a few pick up games. He's currently on my fantasy roster, so I am well aware of his abilities, particularly his ball handling. Well, ... read more

  • Cure of soreness!

    Nov 9, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Good support
    Cons: Only for major sprains

    Summary: After you sprain your ankle once, you are prone to do it again. For example, I sprained my right ankle sliding into a base during softball. The next month I sprained it playing Volleyball. I was going up for a block and came down on someone else’s ... read more

  • NO FEAR!

    Aug 11, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: ankles are rescued!! playing without fear..
    Cons: Wish they were available in an economically priced two-pack.

    Summary: I've played volleyball for over 7 years. Every match or tournament I've entered in, I've always noticed quite a few people wearing the active ankle brace. It never occurred to me that I should get one. At the time, I was young and felt that I was ... read more

  • Maybe for the bench warmers.

    Jul 24, 2000 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: none
    Cons: bulky and uncomfortable

    Summary: Being an athlete my whole life I've suffered my fair share of ankle sprains, and have owned 2 of the Active Ankle braces. I found that while the brace works just fine for walking around the house (if that's where you need to protect yourself from ... read more

  • Maximumu Stability, Minimum Irritation

    Jul 8, 2000 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Stabilizes Ankle, Provides Maximum Support
    Cons: Bulky

    Summary: The Active Ankle T2 provides support to injured and weak ankles during all sorts of activities. Personally, when I play soccer I use the Active Ankle T2 because i have a bad ankle. I love it! I don't feel a thing. Its like its not even there. I'd ... read more

  • good brace, but not for every athlete

    Jun 1, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Great for volleyball, basketball and football
    Cons: can be bulky, hard to fit in some shoes

    Summary: The T2 active ankle brace does a great job of preventing the ankle from going into excessive eversion (ankle rolling out), inversion (ankle rolling in) and high ankle sprains. The brace is more lightweight than the T1 active ankle and the one strap ... read more

  • Actively Anxious

    Apr 19, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: comfortable
    Cons: wears out

    Summary: A couple years ago, I sprained one of my ankles pretty badly. I was told if something like this happens again, it could possibly jeopardize my ability to play sports. As a member of a school volleyball team, I would be devastated if I was not able ... read more

  • best support you can get

    Apr 13, 2000 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: light, small, stops all injuries
    Cons: none

    Summary: This brace will give the life back to your ankle. This is the best brace on the market. when i can not have my ankles taped, i would put any things on it but the active ankle t2. The brace will give you all the protection that you will need on the ... read more

  • Active Ankle T2, A Sure Kill

    Feb 2, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Light weight and durable hinge action
    Cons: Velcro needs maintaining to keep clean

    Summary: Active Ankle T2 is the most supportive, durable, and trustworthy ankle brace I have ever used. I sprained my right ankle in the spring of 1996. After coming back to "full swing" as an outside hitter, I knew I wasn't going to feel comfortable ... read more

  • Old Athletes take heed

    Jan 31, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: great support
    Cons: none

    Summary: As a 30 something year old athlete (cough, cough) I love this piece of equipment. I just finished the spring and summer sand volleyball season thinking that I would never play anymore. I kept twisting my right ankle. It had been weakened by an old ... read more

  • Great protection and movement

    Jan 27, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: New technology makes playing easier.
    Cons: Might be too large for most volleyball shoes

    Summary: I'm coming off a terrible ankle fracture and I decided to use some support to protect myself in case of another unfortunate accident. I recently invested in the Active Ankle T2, and I was very impressed in its versatility and support(which is the most ... read more

  • Athletic trainer recommended

    Jan 24, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Function, support, ease of application,
    Cons: cost

    Summary: To make it short, this is one of the most highly recommended and used ankle braces in our profession. Its durability, anatomical function, and ability to be used for both preventative and acute ankle sprains makes its effectiveness outstanding. ... read more

  • Preventive, BUT Dangerous

    Jan 20, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Preventive, allows play during rehabilitation
    Cons: Can become dependent

    Summary: The Active Ankle T2 is a very good ankle brace in terms of preventing injury while you are wearing it. I should know, I have wore them on both ankles for two years. But, the player becomes dependent upon them. For example, when I was just walking around ... read more

  • Yeah it's great but there are problems with it...

    Jan 11, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Wonderful support for those just injured
    Cons: Player becomes reliant upon the brace after continued use

    Summary: Ok, I know you all have heard about the Active Ankle T2 and how it's the best ankle brace on the market, but I'm here to tell you that this is only part of the truth. In fact the T2 is great when you're just ready to come back to playing sports again ... read more

  • Sprained Ankles No More

    Jan 6, 2000 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Saved my ankles numerous times
    Cons: expensive for both ankles

    Summary: I have played club volleyball for over eight years and the best possible investment has to be the Active Ankle T2. I have pretty skinny ankles which I used to roll over quite frequently. At eighty dollars per set, it may seem very expensive and to high ... read more

  • The Solution for ankle troubles.

    Jan 3, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: ease of ankle movement-strength of brace
    Cons: increased ankle perspiration, (Sweaty socks)

    Summary: I bought a pair of Active Ankle T2's last year, for rehabilitation of a sprained ankle. I had had about enough of that injury. Through the process of healing I have begun to feel more confident about my playing, I'm not as afraid to block. Now I use them ... read more

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