Breg Ultra Ankle Braces Review 2019
Updated January 12, 2019
Breg have been delivering innovative bodily support products since 1989. Over that time they have developed more than 30 patents. Breg have a small but specialized and high quality range of ankle support and protection products. In this article, we take a close look at the best of the Breg range. We also consider two alternatives to the Breg product line.
The Best of Breg Ultra
The Breg Ultra Zoom Ankle brace is a lightweight, low profile ankle brace which provides a high level of heel and ankle support. Billed as the most advanced ankle brace on the market, it makes use of Breg’s patented Performathane shell technology to provide a customized form fit. The super low profile makes this an extremely unobtrusive brace. It works seamlessly with all types of sock and shoe wear, while delivering the ideal balance between comfort and support.
The Breg Ultra Zoom Ankle brace is the ideal product for sub-acute ankle sprains, chronic ankle stabilities and prophylactic use. At the same time it delivers a high level of flexibility and range of movement. This brace gives you a similar level of protection and support to ankle wraps and straps but with more durability. This makes it a great choice for all sports, especially volleyball and basketball. It can be used on either foot and by both genders.
- Performathane shell technology
- High level of flexibility
- Super low profile
Volleyball places more pressure on the ankle joint than any other sport. Get fully protected with our Best Ankle Braces for Volleyball Review 2019 article feature.
Breg Ultra Alternatives
The Active Ankle T2 brace is constructed from a single layer of neoprene padding to provide an excellent level of flexibility and movement. The single strap design holds firm while being quick to strap on and release. This brace has anti-wicking properties that removes sweat and prevents over-heating. It also has anti moisture properties.
The Active T2 does a great job of delivering lateral / medial support when you are active. This makes it a smart choice for those playing through an ankle injury. The bi-lateral design makes it usable on either foot. Comfort padding has been built into the padding to absorb the shock of foot impact as well as placing protective support around the ankle.
- Performance hinge design
- Built in EVA Padding
- Allows for complete range of motion
- A little clunky to wear
Ossur Ankle Braces provide specialized support to help you to train beyond an injury. Examine their top performers with our Ossur Ankle Braces Review 2019 feature article.
The Liomor Ankle Support makes use of criss-cross reinforcing straps to provide strong support and stabilization for the ankle tendons and joints. This brace is made from a high elastic moisture wicking material which is antidor and anti itch. The interlayer perforation design allows for effective oxygen circulation that not only eliminates odor but prevents bacteria from building.
The open heel design of the Liomor Ankle Support provides for a free range of mobility. The premium velcro is very strong and will not fluff or lose its adhesion ability.This brace can be used from both left and right feet. It also comes with adjustable straps.
- Lightweight neoprene sleeve
- High level of compression
- 4 Way Stretch material
- Sizing is incorrect
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Our favorite Breg ankle brace is the Breg Ultra Zoom Ankle brace, which provides you with Breg’s patented Performathane shell technology, along with a high level of flexibility and a super low profile. In terms of Breg Ultra alternatives, the Active Ankle T2 brace is a great choice. It delivers a Performance hinge design which is on par with Breg’s Performathane shell technology, along with in-built EVA padding for superior comfort and support.
The Protec Athletics Ankle Wrap offers extra elastic strapping to support a Figure 8 strapping system, along with 4 way stretch material to provide a high level of mobility.
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