Support The Ankle Joint
The comfort of the support around the ankle joint is provided by the round structure of the bamboo fibres which are non-irritating and don't crease when worn. The product helps to support and protect the joint and surrounding soft tissue during activity and exercise.
The unique composition and intricate weaving techniques used in the production of the knee support help apply a comfortable yet critical level of compression. The yarn also has a cross section filled with micro gaps which allows the fabric to breath and eliminate sweat build up during exercise use like running, all while continuing to provide you support while being worn.
Foot and Ankle Blood Flow
Bamboo charcoal supports have been scientifically proven to increase blood flow by 40% more than ordinary supports. Enhancing performance while dramatically decreasing your running recovery and rehabilitation periods. TTRI 2006
Nylon 62% | Bamboo 23% | Spandex 15%
When can I use the ankle support?
The ankle joint is vital in almost any form of activity like running and walking and for those suffering with sprained ankles, tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, achilleas tendon issues or arthritis which without support and compression can cause discomfort and pain.
The Bearhug ankle supports provide runners, walkers and athletes with an effective way to support their foot, heel and lower calf, while increasing blood flow and reducing aches, pains, inflammation and swelling from achilles tendon, arthritis, running and sprain injuries.
The Bearhug bamboo ankle support provides compression to the lower leg and achilles tendon increasing blood flow, enhancing performance, assisting with rehabilitation and recovery while providing pain relief for conditions like sprained ankles, tendonitis and arthritis which can come from running and walking.
The ankle support can be used to accelerate recovery and rehabilitation from running and walking ankle sprain, foot injury, achilles tendon strain with the bamboo properties increasing blood flow. This increased blood flow from the compression, support and bamboo help provide pain relief from arthritis and sprain joint soreness.
Some sports & activities that ankle supports can be useful for:
How does the ankle support work?
Bearhug use bamboo charcoal in a unique composition within their Ankle supports. Bamboo charcoal supports have been scientifically proven to increase blood flow through the joint, foot and achilles tendon compared to ordinary supports.
This increased blood flow drives oxygenated blood to the ankle joint flushing out any toxins in the foot which helps your ligaments, tendons and soft tissue repair quicker while providing pain relief and reducing inflammation and swelling for activities like running and walking.
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Returns & Exchanges
It is possible to exchange your item for an alternative size or a different item (of same value) within 30 days of purchase if the product is returned unused and it's original packaging. A refund is also available under the same conditions.
Please email email@example.com to organise your exchange. Please note, Bearhug will not fund return shipping costs.
The ankle support has worked wonders whilst I’m running! Delighted with the product.
Handy. Can walk much further without pain
Great to hear Imogen - welcome to the pack!
Was a bit sceptical but having used them can honestly say they work. However i do struggle to wear them for more than 4 hours at a time
Thanks for the feedback Doreen - welcome to the pack!
I am using this product for a football injury to my ankle. Since using the product i have returned to training and am feeling stronger and less pain from the injury. Highly reccomended
Delighted to hear you're back on the field - welcome to the pack Grant!
Bamboo Ankle Compression Support Sleeve
Great support, exactly what I was looking for as I continue my recovery from an Achilles tendon rupture.
Best wishes on the mend Calum - welcome to the pack!