Destroy Your Fear, not Your Ankle
With the Flex Guard Pro
“I had been trying to land a kickflip for months but kept on falling over and rolling and smashing my ankle. Rippl's ankle braces gave me tonnes of confidence and the ability to keep going. I learned the trick in a week!”
Avoid Pain and Frustration
Maybe you're attempting a new trick and you know that you are going to fall over dozens, if not hundreds, of times before finally landing it.
Or maybe an old injury is shaking your confidence, holding you back and stopping you from skating the way you used to.
Looking forward trying again? No? We didn't think so. It's painful and scary as sh**!
This is where the Flex Guard Pro Ankle brace has your back.
- Intelligently designed to take the punishment for you
- No more fear of falling
- Learn and land your tricks in half the time!
Designed for superior protection, the flex guard pro offers enough support to ensure you're ankle is kept safe, whilst allowing your ankle to use and improve its own strength naturally.
And with smart flex built into the right areas, you’ll be able to still flick your flips with ease. No restriction.
Once you put the ankle brace on, you'll feel instantly at ease and ready to skate to your maximum potential.
MYTH BUSTER - "Ankle supports cause you to break your leg"
There is zero evidence to support this. The ankle brace is design to dissapate the engery into the brace and away from the ankle
Don't waste your time being too scared to skate. And don't waste your time frustratingly trying to learn that next trick when you can speed up your skate game.
Get your ankle braces today and watch your buddies' jaws drop when they see you land the perfect trick.
WHY THE RIPPL FLEXGUARD PRO™ IS FOR YOU
WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS HAVE SAID
Money back guarantee
You're in good hands
We appreciate and respect your purchase with us. Thank you so much.
To show our gratitude, we guarantee your purchase. If you're not completely satisfied within 60 days, we will handle the return and offer you a full refund, no questions asked.