Best Ankle Braces For Cross-Fit


Any form of high intensity interval training carries the risk of causing an injury. Some common forms of ankle injuries caused from crossfit include ligament tears and sprains, stress fractures, Achilles tendonitis and heel pain. Wearing a Bauerfeind brace or ankle support during crossfit or HIIT sessions can minimise your chances of injury through enhanced stability, proprioception and medical-grade compression. Bauerfeind ankle braces also help to promote blood flow with the use of medical grade compression, something not found when using simple neoprene sleeves and braces. A good ankle brace for crossfit includes the MalleoTrain S open heel ankle brace designed for sport and better contact with the ground. Protect your ankle joints so you can nail your next ball slam, overhead squat, battle ropes or good morning.


    Best Ankle Brace for Crossfit

    MalleoTrain Ankle Support

    An ankle brace for treatment of a sore ankle following injury, surgery or due to arthritis.

    $129.95 - Buy Here 

    The MalleoTrain ankle brace employs scientifically targeted support to reinforce the stability and strength of your ankle joint. It delivers medical grade compression to improve your circulation which fastens the healing process. Two soft pads are integrated on each side which become active as you move by massaging the ankle joint to reduce swelling.

    • 3D Airknit technology provides moisture-wicking, breathable comfort
    • Compression reduced edges divert pressure at ends
    • Anatomically shaped for a secure fit and freedom of movement

    Ankle Support for Crossfit


    An active ankle support for greater stability and security during physical activity

    $119.95 - Buy Here 

    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, connecting the mid and hind foot with the lower leg to support your ankle in all directions.

    • 3D Airknit design for moisture-wicking, breathable comfort
    • Ideal to wear during sports
    • Gradient compression engineering for a faster healing process
    AchilloTrain Ankle Brace for Crossfit


    Active achilles ankle support with an integrated heel cushion to brace and provide pain relief of the Achilles tendon.

    $169.95 - Buy Here

    The ankle brace provides a threefold therapeutic effect: it relieves Achilles tendon pain, distributes pressure evenly to reduce impact, and produces a soothing massage effect that helps prevent fluid build-up.

    • Contoured insert – Running along the Achilles tendon, the pad distributes the pressure uniformly.
    • High elasticity – Makes the support easy to put on and take off.
    • Stretchy knit material – Breathable and comfortable fabric is machine-washable in the gentle cycle, which helps maintain its elasticity and original fit.
    • Heel wedge cushion - Sits under the heel for added pain relief.
    • Universal - Same version can be used for both the right and left foot.
    Sports Ankle Support for Cross-fit

    Sports Ankle Support

    Unparalleled comfort, breathability and durability. Protect your ankle from sprains and twists while maintaining peak performance.

    $109.95 - Buy Here 

    Improve your endurance and reduce the risk of sprains while running and playing sports with the stabilising Sports Ankle Support.

    The extremely lightweight and hard-wearing Sports Ankle brace features an innovative taping strap, which supports the ligaments and protects your ankle against sprains, hyper-extension, and twisting.


    Crossfit, and exercise in general, is not bad for your ankles. Make sure to stretch before and after exercise and allow adequate time for recovery. Strengthening your leg and foot muscles will also help prevent injury.


    We recommend visiting a physiotherapist for treatment and advice on treating common cricket injuries. They may recommend the following treatments.
    • Strains or Sprains. Many strains and sprains can be treated with the RICE method: Rest, Ice, Compression and Elevation. A good physiotherapist can assist with the recovery as well. If the strain is more severe it may require surgery.
    • Ligament Tearing. Ligament tears generally always require surgery. A torn ligament rebuild uses a graft of tissue, as the ligament will not typically heal properly otherwise. Surgery is minimally invasive, however it can take time for the tear to heal.
    • Achilles Tendonitis. Symptoms of Achilles Tendonitis such as pain and swelling above the heel often occurs following prolonged periods due to constant loading on the ankle. Adequate rest and non-surgical treatments can usually relieve these symptoms.
    Play it safe: Consult a doctor if you experience unusually intense and persistent tendonitis pain.