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Push Ortho Aequi Ankle Brace Junior / paediatric ankle support £58.65
The Push ortho Ankle Brace Aequi Junior Designed for children
The Push ortho Ankle Brace Aequi Junior (or simply Aequi Junior) strikes a good balance between effective mechanical support and good wearer comfort for cases of (sub-)acute or chronic ankle injury.
The brace was launched in January 2014 and is specifically designed for children of 6 to 12 years of age (with shoe sizes of approximately 30-36 (EUR)).
The Aequi Junior stabilises the ankle joint during inversion as well as eversion and in both neutral and flexed positions. The freedom of dorsal and plantar flexion is sufficiently maintained to allow normal walking.
Optimal functioning of the brace is achieved when it is worn in a sturdy (lace-up) shoe.
The shell, which forms the basis of the brace, provides optimal support for the ankle in a
simple and comfortable manner.
Diagonal straps, made of non-elastic material, for adequate mechanical support
Elastic straps for providing the correct compression
The brace can be secured in such a way that the optimal fit can be found. The molecule
symbols help the wearer to fasten the straps correctly and in the right sequence.
Size - One SizeCircumference of instep = 23-27 cm as per diagram
There are 2 reviews with an average rating of 5.00
Anonymous from United KingdomOwner18 May 2018 04:59
Having searched far and wide for a suitable support for my 10 year old daughter, this one is perfect.It is very sturdy, fully adjustable and fits perfectly on the small foot. Very happy with this product
ANONYMOUS from United KingdomOwner02 November 2018 15:45
Very pleased with this item. As an adult it has been hard to find a suitable foot brace as I only wear size 1. This one is great!
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