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Buy a Ankle brace online?

Below you will find our selection of ankle braces. A well-fitting ankle brace is very important to prevent pressure marks and irritations around your ankle. Our ankle braces are frequently used in sports or just in everyday life. We are happy to help you find the right support for your ankle!


Our ankle braces are carefully selected

ProBrace stands for quality. Our experienced team has made a selection of the best ankle braces currently available. A good ankle brace does not pinch and is easy to put on. Due to our experience from hospitals and rehabilitation centers, we have a clear picture of the options we can offer you in the field of ankle braces. With all our ankle braces you can find a support class that shows the weight of support. If you decide to buy an ankle brace on our site, we guarantee you the best possible quality.

Need advice? Feel free to contact a ProBrace specialist. We will work with you to find the most suitable ankle brace for you.

Basko ASO Ankle Support

Basko ASO Ankle Support

The ASO Ankle Support provides effective support and stability around the ankle and is successfully used therapeutically for ankle disorders and problems, often caused by sports activities.

€69,95 €69,95

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Teyder Ankle Brace - Open heel

Teyder Ankle Brace - Open heel

Very thin ankle brace with proprioceptive and supportive effect. Very suitable for rehabilitation and prevention of a sprained ankle. Open heel makes the ankle brace ideal for floor sports such as judo & gymnastics!


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Teyder Premium Ankle Brace

Teyder Premium Ankle Brace

The Teyder Premium Ankle Brace is an elastic ankle brace with a free extra strap supplied for extra compression and stability around the ankle joint. Nowhere cheaper!


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Neoprene Watersports Ankle Brace

Neoprene Watersports Ankle Brace

This Neoprene Ankle Brace with open heel is ideal for all types of water sports. The open heel provides grip, the extra detachable strap provides adjustment options and more stability. Nowhere cheaper!


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Ankle braces that fit your complaint

Not every ankle brace is suitable for your situation. An ankle brace should fit perfectly and support the correct part of your foot / ankle. If you suffer from your Achilles tendon, instability of your ankle or continuous spraining of your ankle, then a brace for your ankle may be the solution. An ankle brace is a good replacement for tape and gives your ankle a rest when recovering from, for example, an inversion trauma or fracture.

A brief overview of the most common indications in which ankle braces can be used:

  • Instability only
  • ankle / foot fractures
  • prevention
  • only arthrosis
  • ankle sprain / ankle sprain
  • Achilles tendon irritation
  • Footballer ankle
  • Haircut irritation
  • Acute ankle trauma

An ankle brace for ankle sprain or ankle contusion

Ankle sprain and ankle bruise is the most common sports injury in the Netherlands (Schmikkli et al. Sports injuries in the total playing field, NOC NSF 2002).
The overview below shows which actions during sports are most provocative for the occurrence of sports injuries:

  • Running, sprinting, running 290,000
  • Jump 170,000
  • Contact opponent 290,000
  • Turn 130,000
  • Contact object 250,000

In the current guideline of the KNGF (Royal Dutch Society for Physical Therapists), wearing ankle braces is advised from the moment the swelling has subsided. The chance of a full recovery is greater if someone uses an ankle brace for the first 6 weeks after injury. This results in a faster resumption of sports activity. However, wearing an ankle brace is not a guarantee for injury-free sports. Preventive use of an ankle brace significantly reduces the risk of repeated trauma. The EXO-L brace is a good example of this. A custom brace that can only be used preventively.

The ankle / foot is a very complex joint. Via the link below you can get a clearer picture of this joint.

Tape or ankle brace?

The Royal Dutch Society for Physical Therapists has clear guidelines in the field of injuries and ankle complaints. When do therapists recommend an ankle brace and when should you go for ankle tape? Some therapists swear by an ankle brace, others by tape for the ankle. By combining research with practical experience, the Royal Netherlands Society for Physical Therapists has managed to create a clear picture of these two methods to be used. Below is a brief overview of the pros and cons.

Ankle Brace Support


Tape for the Ankle

  • In the long term, a brace is cheaper than tape.
  • Within a few hours, a brace gives 4.5-12% less support due to the loosening effect. However, this is easily solved by tightening the brace.
  • Reduces the risk of recurrence of ankle sprain by 40-50%
  • Depending on the brace, it hardly hinders the 'normal' movement.
  • The patient can easily put on and take off a brace.
  • A brace is sufficient when the comfort offered and the support given are in balance.
  • There are different types of braces with different support classes.


  • In the long run, tape is a lot more expensive than a brace
  • Tape provides 40-50% less support within a few hours due to the loosening effect
  • Reduces the risk of recurrence of ankle sprain by 40-50%
  • Obstructs 25% more the 'normal' movement of the ankle
  • To apply sports tape, a professional often has to be involved. In addition, tape is more difficult to remove after the sport activity
  • Tape can be adapted more easily and better to individual needs.
  • The use of glue increases the risk of skin irritation


(Source: KNGF guideline)

A comparative study between an ankle brace and tape stands or falls with the type of tape or brace that has been used. After all, every brace has its own support class .

Wear an ankle brace while exercising

Ankle braces are widely used by athletes. A brace used for sports should give as little hindrance as possible. A sports brace or sports bandage is generally slightly smoother and slimmer in shape. Football, hockey, tennis, badminton, volleyball and handball are sports where ankle braces are frequently used. The A.S.O. ankle brace, for example, is very suitable for football players. The Aircast A60, on the other hand, less so, because of the ball feeling. The latter, on the other hand, is often used by hockey players and tennis players. High demands are placed on sports braces. Should the ankle brace be durable? Can the brace get wet? How long can I wear the brace? These are questions that we are happy to answer for you in order to make the right choice.

Do my ankle muscles weaken when wearing an ankle brace?

It is a myth that wearing ankle tape or brace leads to muscle weakness in athletes. An average Dutch footballer only sports two to three a week. This is equivalent to being active for about 4-6 hours. While playing football, the tape or brace acts as an aid to avoid creating peak loads on the ankle straps, thereby preventing new ankle injuries. The muscles around the ankle are stimulated enough not to relax. Wearing a brace provides protection but does not immediately weaken the muscles.



Advice when selecting your ankle brace!

ProBrace is always there for its customers and puts service first. Through our chat you can get in touch with one of our employees online to get advice on buying an ankle brace. You can also ask for advice by phone, our team is always there for you. ProBrace only offers the ankle braces that we as specialists are 100% behind. If you would like a different type of ankle brace that is not on our site, please do not hesitate to contact us. we are specialists in our field! trained to measure all types of braces (including ankle braces, sports braces and other medical facilities).

You can find a size chart with every ankle brace on our website. Select the correct size and side. Some braces can be used universally and therefore this option will not appear.

Ankle brace tips

We advise to wear a (sports) sock under the brace, to protect the skin against possible stitching
Does your brace have velcro straps? Always close the Velcro strips after use to prevent tangles and contamination of the Velcro fasteners
Wash the ankle brace by hand and let it air dry


Where can I buy an ankle brace?

How can you place your order on After you have found the desired ankle brace on, you should select the size, color and silk if possible. Then click the 'Add to cart' button. With this you have added the product to your digital shopping cart. You can then return to the webshop to select another product or to pay. Once you click on 'checkout' you will be guided step by step through the 'check out' process.

You must then provide a number of necessary details such as name, address and place of residence. After this you can choose from different payment options:

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Once you have made your choice you will be asked to read and approve the Terms and Conditions. Until you are sent to the desired secure payment environment you can change the contents of your shopping cart or cancel the order.

After you have paid, you will receive a confirmation of your order by email with the invoice for your personal administration in the attachment. Any answers to questions about shipping and / or returning your ordered ankle brace can be found here.