Active Ankle T2 Ankle Brace Review

The Active Ankle T2 Ankle Brace is an excellent option for players who are looking for one of the top volleyball ankle braces that delivers a high level of support and protection but aren’t willing to spend as much as what the Ultra Zoom and Zamst A2-DX retail for.

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The T2 fits on either foot and features an adjustable single strap, which makes it suitable for both low-top and high-top shoes. Thankfully, it is easy to put on too, taking just seconds thanks to its sleek, lightweight, and bulk-free design.

Due to the brace’s custom-molded EVA padding, it is comfortable to wear. Every contour of the ankle is hugged and custom molded for better fit and comfort.


The T2 features an anatomical bilateral hinge. In simple terms, what this means is that the brace allows for a full range of motion in the ankle while minimizing the effect of sprains and strains while delivering a very high level of protection. We’d say that forward/reverse mobility is practically unmatched, and side-to-side mobility is also very good.

Therefore, if you play a sport where explosive power and vertical jumping are common, the T2 is certainly up to the job. Front row volleyball players and basketball centers and forwards will in particular appreciate the T2 ankle brace.

Active Ankle T2 vs. Ultra Zoom Ankle Brace

The Active Ankle T2 differs from the Ultra Zoom Ankle Brace in a few key areas.

The T2 features a hinged design whereas the Ultra Zoom features a hinged-cuff design. What this means is that the Ultra Zoom is arguably better suited at preventing both low and high ankle injuries compared to the T2 which excels at preventing low ankle injuries.

The Ultra Zoom is also arguably more durable than the T2 thanks to its Performathane shell compared to the T2’s Polypropylene shell. However, the T2 is less expensive and both should have no problem holding up for a few seasons, even with heavy use.

The T2 can be worn with both low-top and high-top shoes compared to the Ultra Zoom that is best suited for low-top shoes.

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