Air-Stirrup Ankle Brace


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Lightweight ankle sprain stirrup support
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    Maximum ankle protection to protect and help prevent a sprain, strain, roll or instability, without all the bulk.

Is the Air-Stirrup Ankle Brace Right for me?

Commonly worn immediately after an ankle injury and throughout recovery, this brace is to treat or prevent acute ankle injuries, third-degree ankle sprains and severe chronic instability. Not meant for activity. Try our Brace Advisor for personalized product recommendations to meet your needs!

The Aircast Air-Stirrup ankle brace is commonly worn immediately after injuring your ankle and throughout recovery. Functional management means wearing the brace enables you to continue your daily activities while recovering from your injury.

It is the patented Duplex™ air cell system that makes the Air-Stirrup a good option for supporting severe ankle injuries like third degree ankle sprains. This system incorporates two pre-inflated overlapping air cells (distal and proximal), that provide support and produce graduated compression when walking around. The compression helps reduce edema, the swelling that is caused by fluid trapped in your body's tissues.

Note: This product contains Latex.

The Air-Stirrup Ankle Brace is used to provide support for the following injuries:

  • Acute injuries of the ankle
  • Third Degree Ankle Sprains

Product Features…and the benefits you’ll experience!

  • Semi-Rigid Shells
    Provides support and protection from inversion and eversion.
  • Anatomically Design
    Ensures you’ll get a comfortable fit.
  • Pre-Inflated Aircells
    The brace is ready to wear…all you have to do is strap it on.
  • Streamlined Fit
    Easy to fit in your shoe when it comes time for early protected weight-bearing movement.

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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Product Questions

where can I get parts ?
Question by: Marshall Jagger on Dec 15, 2012, 2:18 PM
Hello,Mr. Jagger -

You can purchase replacement parts by contacting our customer care 800-336-6569.

Thank you and have a great day!
Answer by: Admin on Dec 15, 2012, 2:18 PM
Would the Aircast air stirrup ankle brace restrict mobility of the ankle
so it could be worn at night as well as while swimming? I have a
sprained ankle and am in a walking boot in the daytime. Or do you
have something less cumbersome than to sleep in than a boot (the xcel trax air)
Question by: celeste coar on Dec 15, 2013, 10:00 AM
You can wear it to bed if you like. Thank you for contacting DJO
Answer by: Admin on Dec 15, 2013, 10:00 AM
I have chronic ankle instability; my ankles fold 90 degrees to the side (either side) while walking unsupported. I also have EDS which makes this painful. However, I walk several (3-8) miles every day. Would these be a good choice? The last stirrup-style braces I had were painful.
Question by: Cyrus on Aug 30, 2015, 5:24 PM
Yes the Aircast Ankle Stirrup provides stability for your ankles while in a shoe the best and should prevent some of the movement you are experiencing. The brace is padded so it should not cause pain when using it.
Answer by: Admin on Aug 30, 2015, 5:24 PM
Could this be used at night? An untreated sprain from 15 years ago makes my foot curl in at night and it seems to me that preventing that would just feel better.
Question by: Kathleen on Jul 30, 2014, 6:40 PM
Not sure what you mean by curl. If you foot bends down in the night and the toes curl then the Air Stirrup will not prevent this. We do have a night splint that will keep the foot and ankle in a 90 degree or neutral position while you sleep.
Answer by: Admin on Jul 30, 2014, 6:40 PM
The emergency room gave me an air splint for my fractured ankle and told me to wear it constantly while waiting for an appointment with an orthopedist. My problem is that the air cells are no longer centered on the plastic so the plastic rubs against my ankle. Can I fix this?
Question by: Marcia on Apr 6, 2015, 4:03 PM
The Aircels are adheard to the plastic via glue tape, if you can adjust the aircels back to the center and they will stay then that is your solution. If they will not stay attached to the plastic you can call Customer Care to do a quality return and we will replace the Atirrup.
Customer Care 800-336-6569
Answer by: Admin on Apr 6, 2015, 4:03 PM
Description Brace Length
Pediatric (XS) Ankle Brace 6.0" (15 cm)
Small Ankle Brace 8.7" (22 cm)
Training (Medium) Ankle Brace 9.0" (23 cm)
Standard (Large) Ankle Brace 10.5" (27 cm)