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Low profile, over the cleat, dynamic ankle stabilizer
Moves the way athletes move and protects the way the body protects
Total Performance with Complete Ankle Protection
FAST stands for Functional Anatomical Stabilizing Technology. This methodology is inspired by the body to move the way athletes move and protect the way the body protects. The primary three parts of the IFAST are designed to mimic a part of the body.
Customizable level of support
The XFAST brings new protection to the cleat world. Similar to the IFAST, the XFAST mimics anatomy, giving athletes access to their full range of motion while also giving them a precise and customizable level of protection. By integrating into the cleat, the XFAST converts the entire cleat into a stabilizing device for the athleteâs ankle joint.
The XFAST integrates directly into your cleat.
The XFAST is designed to with a tension system that is able to be customized to the users individual desired level of support.
The XFAST is designed to help reduce the risk of injuries without compromising performance.
PART 1: TENSION SYSTEM | LIGAMENTS
Incorporated into theXFAST is a synthetic ligament. Using specially selected materials, the tension systems behave like the ligaments in the body. Built into the tension system is an adjustable tension cord that allows for a customizable level of support.
PART 2: THE CUFFS | BONE
Built for Protection
The XFAST uses an upper and lower cuff to secure the device to the ankle. By using a material slightly more sturdy then the tension system, these cuffs act like the bone and keep all motion and protection focused at the ankle joint.
PART 3: COMPRESSION SLEEVE | SKIN
Keeping the body protected and compressed is the skin. The XFAST compression sleeve acts as the skin, surrounding the ankle joint, keeping it warm and mobile.
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