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Airsport Ankle Brace

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Demanding sports and activities require advanced compression and stabilisation

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Utilizes Aircast's Aircell Technology to prevent and heal ankle sprains for people on the go!

Designed for the chronic sufferer of ankle sprains, the Airsport ankle brace incorporates features of the clinically-proven Air-Stirrup ankle brace like the semi-rigid shells and aircells to provide comfort and support. Additional compression and stabilisation is provided by an ATF (anterior talofibular) cross strap and integral forefoot and shin wraps.


This is one of the easiest ankle braces to apply. The unique "step-in" design makes the Airsport extremely fast and easy to put on. All you need to do is Step in, Strap Up, and Go!


This combination of compression and stabilization, coupled with the easy application makes the Airsport ankle brace ideal for active individuals or athletes recovering from Grade I or II ankle sprains or those who are looking to prevent ankle sprains.


Aircast Airsport ankle brace is used to treat or prevent the following injuries:

  • Chronic Ankle Instability
  • Grade I or II Ankle Sprains

Product Features...and the benefits you'll experience!

  • Aircell Technology
    Foam-filled aircell cushions and supports the ankle
  • Semi-Rigid Encased Shell
    You'll get support and protection from inversion and eversion.
  • Coated Fabric
    Makes your brace more durable and lasts longer.
  • ATF Cross-Strap
    Provides you with additional compression and stabilisation.
  • Integral Forefoot and Shin Wraps
    Another source of compression and stabilisation.

Sizing and Measurements

Click on the Size Chart tab above to learn how to measure your ankle to determine what brace size you need.


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Size Chart & Fit Help
AirSport Size US Men US Women
XSmall Up to 5 Up to 5
Small 5.5-7 5-8.5
Medium 7.5-11 9-12.5
Large 11.5-13 13-14.5
XLarge 13.5+ 15+
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  • Dulce Brousset at 25/05/2014 11:15 PM
    • Hi I recently suffered a Grade II ankle sprain tearing a ligament and a fibula fracture, no surgery needed. Im recovering nicelly but had chronic ankle inestability on both ankles but love doing canoeing, kneeling on the floor of the canoe to paddle.

      I would like to know which one of your braces would be better to wear when I will recover and go canoeing again?, because it will need to fit inside a sport shoe, get wet and allow me to stay kneeling down over my feet. Would you suggest 2 different styles, one for the ankle that had the recent lesion and another type for the one just with chronic inestability?

      Thank you very much
    • Thank you for your question. The AirCast Airsport Ankle Brace would be appropriate for your injury. The DonJoy stabilizing Ankle may be a better option as it is a little more streamline.
  • Amy at 25/04/2014 3:00 AM
    • Hello,
      I am a trail runner and run obstacle course races. Which brace would you recommend for courses that involve running on uneven ground and also through mud/water? The Aircast A60 or the Aircast Airsport? Please advise. Thank you!
    • Amy
      The A60 may work better for you because it is lower profile than the AirSport but also not as much support. Another option with better support than the A60 but is still able to get inot shoes is the DonJoy Stabilizing Pro Ankle Brace http://www.betterbraces.com.au/donjoy-stabilizing-pro-ankle-brace
  • Heather at 4/04/2014 11:27 AM
    • what shoes are best for wearing with an air cast?
    • Thank you for your question. Athletic shoes would be a good option.
  • Christine at 20/03/2014 4:11 AM
    • Hello, I chronically sprain my left ankle while running (roll to the left) . Minor sprains until the last one 5 months ago which was grade II. Which is the best brace to prevent rolling/re-injury that I can comfortable run in? A60 doesn't look like enough though looks comfortable. Are the sides of the Airsport rigid? Thank you.
    • Christine
      The Aircast Airsport is a great brace to provide support for multiple ankle sprains. There are two plastic stays on the brace one on each side of the ankle with padding on the inside of the brace for comfort. Ther brace slides on your foot then there is one small strap in the back to hold it on and one longe strap that wraps around the ankle for added support. The brace is bigger than the A60 but should still fit in to an athletic shoe.
  • Nyx at 16/02/2014 2:44 PM
    • Hi. I have severe chronic ankle instability, have since childhood (i was a professional klutz), i am a Firefighter/EMT, very active, always on my feet. My jobs and hobbies require allot of standing, walking, high impact, kneeling, and running all with heavy weights. I am looking for the most ideal brace i can find, do you have any input? I would greatly appreciate it. Stability and mobility is ideal, but i understand that i cannot always have both, so stability would be priority. Thank you for your time.
    • Thank you for your question. The Aircast Air Sport will offer a good amount of stability. The Velocity is going to provide the maximum support and is also very comfortable, which is also an option.
  • cody at 6/01/2014 4:38 PM
    • Can I wear my aircast for games or should I buy one specifically meant for athletic use?
    • Cody
      Yes you can wear that for sports
  • Tim at 17/11/2013 4:54 AM
    • I currentky have both a left and a right version of the A60 but find the plastic support sometimes digs into my ankle and causes discomfort. I am currently looking at the Aircast Airsport with the hope that it will provide all the benefit of the A60 with more comfort. Is this a good assumption? Can you speak to the major differences between the two braces? My intention for the brace is to wear for prevention as I have rolled my ankles many times in the past and they are now pretty weak.
    • Tim
      The A60 is the lighter version of the Airsport. The Airsport does have padding on the inside of the plastic stays and will be more comfortable. If is a little bulkier than the A60 but will still fit into a shoe and has more support than the A60. If you have any other questions please let us know
  • Sebastien at 28/10/2013 10:25 AM
    • I have flat feet, especially the right one where the arch is collapsed.
      I have been wearing custom made orthotics, without them i couldn't walk more than 20 min without severe knee pain on the right side, sciatic pain...
      I play soccer every week, and recently sprain my right ankle twice. It seems that my ankle gets weaker and weaker.
      I am looking for a brace that I can wear together with the orthotics, to recover and prevent any more sprain ankle while playing soccer.

    • Sebastien,
      This brace will fit fine with your orthotics. The bottom of the brace where your arch would be is nylon material and should not interfere with the fit of your orthotic. Another option to look at would be our DonJoy Stabilizing Speed PRO Ankle Brace. The Speed Pro is semi-rigid as well and will also a feature lace-up design with figure 8 strapping (similar to tape). Thank you for your question and feel free to contacting us with any more questions you may have.
  • Dave R at 20/10/2013 7:16 AM
    • Will a work boot fit over this brace? I work on the railroad and sprain my ankles often.
    • Dave
      It will be a tight fit, but it should fit
  • Posy at 2/08/2013 7:35 AM
    • Hi I am recovering from an ankle fracture and surgery, in my sixth week. I'm out of a hard cast and in an aircast xp walker. I am at the point in my recovery when I can start to bear weight on my leg and I believe I no longer have to wear the aircast at night. Although eager to shed the bulky aircast for sleeping I find it uncomfortable not to wear it. What I'm looking for is a brace that is smaller and more comfortable to wear in bed and perhaps i could use later in my recovery for walking etc..
      Thanks
    • Hello Posy,

      Please take a look at the following ankle braces, these may be great options for you.

      http://www.betterbraces.com.au/aircast-airsport-ankle-brace http://www.betterbraces.com.au/donjoy-surround-floam-ankle-brace

      Thanks for Contacting Donjoy.
  • jensplc at 4/07/2013 2:08 PM
    • I am having a hard time deciding on what size I should order. I am a ladies size 8.5. Which size Aircast Airsport Ankle Brace should I order?
    • Hello Jenspic,

      I recommend a Medium Size for you. Your right between sizes, I recommend going up in size.

      Thanks for Contacting Donjoy.
  • Val at 29/06/2013 9:58 PM
    • I ordered womens small airports brace but the top strapdoed not reach all the way around. If I order the medium ladies is the top staple going to be longer?
    • Hello Val,

      I recommend exchanging your small for a Medium, the strap will be longer.

      Thanks for contacting Donjoy.
  • Val at 29/06/2013 8:47 AM
    • I just got the airports brace in the mail I ordered small left as I wear an 8awesome ladies shoe size the top strap just reaches crossed to secure it. Does the top strap have to reach all the way around or should I return it for the medium size not site if strap will be longer on that one
    • Hello Val,

      When the Airsport is applied to your foot. The AirCast Logo should be on your Shin, facing forward. The top strap should be secured on the top of the medial and lateral supports.

      Thanks for Contacting Donjoy.
  • Jenn at 25/06/2013 7:44 AM
    • I recently sprained my ankle and was given the Aircast Airsport ankle brace shown above to wear. I wanted to know what the material is made out of, since I have laytex, spandex, and nylon allergies. The information is not on the tag and I cannot find it on this website. Thank you for all of your assistance.
    • Hello Jenn,

      The Airsport has Spandex and Nylon in it. I recommend wearing a sock underneath the brace.

      Thanks for contacting Donjoy.
  • Tiffany at 12/06/2013 1:02 AM
    • Hi I recently suffered a Grade II ankle sprain tearing a ligament and I'm looking for a brace that I could wear to help with recovery but that I might also be able to wear when I return to my sports (flag football, basketball, soccer, ultimate frisbee).

      Does the Airsport offer the same kind of recovery support as the Air Stirrup? And what is the difference between the A60 and the Airsport when it comes to returning to sporting activities?

      Thanks.
    • Hello Tiffany,

      The Air Stirrup is not recommended to use during activity, it's more of a walking support.

      A return to play brace would be the Airsport, A60, Donjoy Pro Stabilizing Ankle. The differences;
      A60- has a medial and lateral rigid stirrup, the braces slides on like a sock.
      Airsport- you step into the brace, back side of achilles is open. Has a medial and lateral rigid stirrup with air cells for comfort
      Donjoy Pro- similar to ankle taping, has 2 figure 8 straps, and laces up

      The above are all appropriate, your choice is based on your preference.

      Please call a Product Specialist with additional questions. 1-888-405-3251.
  • Alisa Reich at 7/06/2013 11:50 PM
    • Hello, I am a women's size nine but have a very narrow foot. I was wondering if I should order a small to avoid bulkiness? I'm recovering from an ankle sprain. Thanks for your help.
    • Hello Alisa,

      The Airsport isn't very wide. But it does have the air cells on the medial and lateral side so you will have to wear an athletic shoe with this brace. It won't fit in a high heel.

      Depending how much support you need and the activity your returning to, you may be able to select a different brace.

      Other options I would suggest.

      http://www.betterbraces.com.au/aircast-a60-ankle-support-2 http://www.betterbraces.com.au/donjoy-stabilizing-pro-ankle-brace


      Thanks for contacting Donjoy.
  • edesalvo at 1/05/2013 12:43 AM
    • Does the Aircast Airsport Ankle brace come in any light colors?
    • The Aircast Airsport Ankle is only available in Black, this ankle brace provides moderate support and compression. We do have a product in White, the Aircast A60 Ankle Support, although this brace provides mild level support. We also have the Kallasy available in white, click on the link below.

      http://www.betterbraces.com.au/ankle-braces?p=2

      If you have further questions please call Product Support at 1-888-405-3251.

      Have a Great Day.
  • Johan at 13/08/2012 7:08 PM
    • I've bought an Aircast A60 for my right ankle some time ago. Now I've sprained my left one. Is it possible to (maybe only temporarily) wear the right Aircast on my left foot?

      The sprain does feel that bad so I need something to stabilize it during the upcoming practices and games this week. I also have an Aircast Air-Stirrup for my left ankle from a few years ago, but this one makes it really hard to put on basketball shoes...

      Any recommendations would be great!
    • If you wear the right brace on the left ankle it will keep you from rolling the inside of your ankle outward but wont protact you from the ankle rolling inward. It would not be advised to wear the brace in this manner, as that is not its intended use..
  • gae secreto at 12/08/2012 10:16 PM
    • i just went to the dr's and they gave me this brace aircast airsport brace in a large because my ankle is a little large but it seems bulky i am a size 8 in a sneaker is this right?
    • If you are male you should be in a medium, female a small.
  • christofer jaquez at 3/08/2012 8:03 AM
    • I need an ankle bracelet that can help me heal from an sprained that i had a couple of weeks ago i see that the Aircast Airsport bracelet is good for that what would you recomed
    • The airsport ankle brace is a good supportive brace for those that are active.
  • Christopher Jaquez at 2/08/2012 3:13 PM
    • I am a football player and like 4 weeks ago i sprained my ankle he told me it was a level 1 Nkle sprained but what have suprise me is that the pain is still in my left ankle and i really need something to eased up the pain so i can be a my 100% at the footballvfield
    • You may want to look at the DonJoy Ankle Stabilizing Brace.
  • Patrick at 1/09/2011 2:52 AM
    • Hello, I just got off a severe ankle sprain but I am well into Therapy and have been cleared to play basketball next week (15 weeks total of recovery). Would you recommend this brace or the Aircast A60? They are confident I don't need to wear a brace but to prevent injury after all this hard work would be a shame.

      I play basketball with Mid/High top sneakers.

      Thanks,
      Patrick
    • I would go with the airsport, it is going to provide more support, which sounds like this is what you need.
  • Deb at 8/08/2011 11:19 AM
    • I would like to order the Aircast Airsport. I have had many grade II ankle sprains on my left leg, and am fully healed now. I usually wear a size 9 sneaker to accommodate my current lace-up brace (and bunions). Would the medium size brace be too bulky, or will it be a snug enough fit? Also, are they made for either foot? I am beginning to do triathlons and need a much speedier brace that I can be comfortable and confident with. Thanks.
    • The Airsport is a great option for the quick and easy application and will definatley help you out during your races. This brace is made right and left specific. And Medium will be a perfect size for your foot and should not be too bulky.
  • Fran at 1/08/2011 6:16 AM
    • How do i clean my airsport ankle brace?
    • Handwash mild detergent, air dry.
  • joy kristine at 27/07/2011 6:06 PM
    • hi! my daughter's volleyball shoe size is 8.5 but sometimes a size 9 (mizuno shoes). what size should i order for an aircast a60 ankle support that would fit her perfectly? i wanted to get her the aircast airsport but im worried that it might have a bulky feel and that she might feel uncomfortable running jumping or spiking with them so im deciding on the a60 instead, but i need your advise on the perfect fit for her, thanks!
    • If your daughter already had an ankle injury I'd recommend the Aircast Airsport. If she's looking to prevent an injury for the first time then order the Aircast A60. If she truly wears an 81/2 shoe size then order a medium. It's better to have a snug fit in the shoe then have it be too bulky and baggy.
  • Miguel at 29/06/2011 4:34 AM
    • I have a 8 yo girl doing serious gymnastics (4 hrs day). We need to find an ankle support she can use during training. Would this be the right model and what would be the right size for my daughter?
      Thanks
    • The Aircast Airsport to be worn with tennis shoes. The Donjoy Ankle Support is a great product for gymnast
  • Lori at 8/06/2011 2:11 PM
    • My son needs protection over both malleolar due to minor fractures of both as well as ankle support for playing sports. Does the AirCast Airsport provide cushioning over the malleolar to protect against impact. Thank you.
    • yes, the Airsport does have some cushioning to for impact as well as semi-rigid shells to give him support while being active.
  • tina at 7/06/2011 1:04 PM
    • if i am a size 4.5 in mens shoes and a 6 in womens shoes what size should i perchis?
    • Order the small size of the Airsport Ankle
  • Debbie at 17/05/2011 8:34 AM
    • How do you wash the aircast air sport brace?

    • Hi Debbie,

      You can hand wash in the sink with a mild detergent and then air dry.
  • Ed Ketterer at 14/04/2011 11:17 AM
    • I have an Aircast Airsport Ankle Brace for a right foot/ankle but now my left ankle is sprained. The right ankle version seems to fit and feel fine on my left ankle. Do I really need the left ankle version?

      - Ed
    • We recommend that you do get the left brace for your left ankle injury. The braces are made specific for right and left feet. The inner semi-rigid shells are formed to fit your ankle bones properly. Wearing them on the incorrect side, could potentially cause more harm than good, being that the shells and shape of the brace will not fit properly.
  • Carolyn Lockhart at 12/04/2011 11:35 PM
    • How does one measure the size for the Aircast Airsport Ankle Brace? Is it by ankle or foot size?
    • The Aircast Airsport Ankle Brace is measured by shoe size.
  • Tina at 31/03/2011 8:40 AM
    • Is the Aircast Airsport Ankle Brace light
    • Hey Tina,
      We have the brace listed as beign .32 lbs.

      Thanks,
  • William at 4/02/2011 11:34 AM
    • How fast do most players recover once using this ankle brace?? I've been out on and off for 12 weeks because my ligament i guess hasn't healed right.
    • Only your doctor can advise your recovery duration.
  • Sharon at 29/05/2010 12:20 AM
    • How do I wash the Aircast A60 Ankle Support?
    • To wash the Aircast A60 just wash with a mild detergent and air dry.
  • Elvira at 20/04/2010 1:22 AM
    • My daughter suffered a level 2 sprain a week ago, it is being treated, wanted an opinion on best ankle brace for a 16 year old female lacrosse player to use to recover from this injury.

      thought you may be able to recommend the Airsport.....

      thanks
    • Hello,

      Based on your daughters injury we recommend having her wear one of the Aircast Airsport Ankle Brace
      http://www.betterbraces.com.au/aircast-airsport-ankle-brace-1

      Designed for the chronic sufferer of ankle sprains, the Airsport ankle brace incorporates features of the clinically-proven Air-Stirrup ankle brace like the semi-rigid shells and aircells to provide comfort and support. Additional compression and stabilization is provided by an ATF (anterior talofibular) cross strap and integral forefoot and shin wraps.

      This is one of the easiest ankle braces to apply. The unique "step-in" design makes the Airsport extremely fast and easy to put on. All you need to do is Step in, Strap Up, and Go!

      This combination of compression and stabilization, coupled with the easy application makes the Airsport ankle brace ideal for active individuals or athletes recovering from Grade I or II ankle sprains or those who are looking to prevent ankle sprains.

      Aircast Airsport ankle brace is used to treat or prevent the following injuries:

      * Chronic Ankle Instability
      * Grade I or II Ankle Sprains
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    This brace is amazing I've had a fractured ankle and 2 severe ligament damages in my left ankle I have never felt so confident while wearing this brace, I play touch, rugby league and netball!
    Pros: Very supportive and comfortable
    Cons: I bit bulky, but manageable
    Posted on 18 July 2017

    Exactly what I needed.

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    I've always been prone to sprains; then I needed multiple surgeries on my ankle. I started playing volleyball again and needed a serious brace, so I bought this. I didn't sprain my ankle a single time the entire year. I'm replacing it now after a year of heavy wear and tear.

    Might be tough to get used to if you've never used this heavy-duty of a brace before, and it might be difficult to get it into your shoe at first. Be careful not to tighten the achilles strap too much or it will pinch and get sore. My old Active Ankles would always give me blisters the few times I wore them, but this brace never did.

    Well worth the price.
    Posted on 13 October 2011

    Excellent product

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    Excellent product
    Posted on 3 August 2011

    Great support, very durable, a little bulky

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    I've used the aircast airsport for about 1.5 years now (playing tennis about 3 times / week) and they are still holding up even though there are signs of wear, so for durability i give them a 5.
    Support is excellent. I felt absolutely confident with my movements on the tennis court. Support rating 5
    The only downside i saw is that it is a little bulky on the sides where the actual ankle support plastic rods are built in. Have to loosen the shoe quite a bit to be able to get your foot in. Wearing it was always a bit of a time consuming process and the velcro straps are not well designed. The adhesive part on the velcro is a little short specially if you have to tighten it to get a firm fit. Therefore for easy of wear, i rate it a 3.
    Posted on 25 August 2010

    Comfortable and supportive

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    I've been wearing this brace during gymnastics and it's really comfortable and so far I haven't re-injured my ankle since I've been wearing this brace.
    Posted on 20 April 2010

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