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The Tarsal Lok is a unique brace that provides excellent support and fits comfortably inside a soccer shoe. Since the support comes from the patented stabilizer design and stirrup, the Tarsal Lok does not interfere with controlling and kicking the ball. Dupont Surlyn® molds to the shape of the user's ankle to achieve a custom fit. The outer brace is constructed of Poly-Tex, a nylon backed Polyurethane-coated fabric that is abrasion resistant and extremely durable. The inner brace is constructed of ballistic nylon with internal laminated foam that provides both strength and comfort.

S: Men's 6-7, Women's 7-9; M: Men's 8-10, Women's 10-11; L: Men's 11-12, Women's 12-13; XL: Men's 13-14, Women's 14+


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