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Thermoskin Sport Ankle Adjustable with G7 Trioxon Flex Lining (1 Unit)

Thermoskin Sport Ankle Adjustable with G7 Trioxon Flex Lining (1 Unit)

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Provides compression, support and heat therapy for the ankle and mid foot during periods of increased activity. Ambidextrous wrap design with VR System provides greater adjustability for wearer compliance.

Australian Physiotherapy Association endorsed

Targeted support

For warmth and comfort, absorbs moisture

Provides greater adjustability for wearer compliance

Superlite, softer and greater stretch for all round support and compression

Injury List

• Achilles Tendinosis
• General wear and tear, Sprain or strain, Ankle instability, Arch support


No measurements required. One size fits most.


Place the loop of the support over your heel, with the strap angled to the outside of your foot, and extending towards your toes. Pull the strap gently and wrap it up over the bridge of your foot, then down underneath the arch of your foot.

Increase the tension on the strap as you cross again over the bridge of your foot, wrap it around the outside of your ankle, back on itself, and secure the fastener in place.


Do not wear within the first 72 hours following an acute injury. Do not wear whilst sleeping. This product contains a synthetic fibre, which may cause allergic reactions. Should an irritation or rash develop, discontinue use and seek medical advice. If pain persists, discontinue use and consult your medical professional.


Nylon/Spandex, Rubber Foam, Polyester. Does not contain Latex.

All Thermoskin products are designed and manufactured with high quality, durable materials specifically chosen to suit conditions, which ensures all product benefits listed are achieved. We encourage customers to look closely before purchasing cheaper imitations which may have similar claims to genuine Thermoskin products, but are often made from inferior materials, as they will often cause more harm than good.

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