Bauerfeind MalleoTrain S
The MalleoTrain S ankle support provides greater ankle stability and security without restricting mobility. Unlike athletic tape, the strap system can be easily adjusted for the right amount of gentle compression, so you can remain comfortable and able to move freely.
Active support for greater ankle stability and security during physical activity.
After an operation or in the event of slight sprains or repeated overloading, the ligaments of the foot are often weakened and require increased stabilization, which is provided by MalleoTrain S. The active support with individually adjustable strap system gives your ankle reliable support even whilst in motion and protects against the lateral twisting of the foot.
- Increased stability of the ankle on the move
- Breathable Train Active Knit for high wearing comfort
- Ideal for sport thanks to the protection against lateral twisting
Reliable support for the foot
The support's breathable Train Active Knit is anatomically contoured and fits the foot perfectly. The compression effect of the knit aids the circulation and activates the surrounding musculature. The support thus stabilizes the foot without restricting mobility and is ideal for use during sporting activities. It fits into any trainer and helps to prevent further injury to the ankle during training or competition.
Thanks to its individually adjustable strap system, the MalleoTrain S acts like a functional tape bandage. The strap is fastened around the foot in a figure-of-eight pattern, thus securing the connection of the mid- and hindfoot with the lower leg. Unlike the tape bandage, the strap is applied under tension and its protection can thus be individually adjusted. You can feel it guiding your foot and this protects against lateral twisting, positively influences your perception of your own movement and gives you back the feeling of security during load bearing.
- Ligament instability
- Post-operative rehabilitation
- Mild sprains
- Supination prophylaxis, especiallywhen playing sports