Then, invest in a pair of lace-up ankle supports. You want some that are made of ballistic nylonthey should wrap the ankle like a trainer would tape it, then lace up to really lock things in place. Most models cost around $30 and fit under nearly any shoethe Swede-O Strap Lok is a good example. These things will really give your ankle the support it needs. You lose some flexibility, but that's the trade-off. Even if you found a high-top trail runner or something that worked as such, it wouldn't have even close to the stiffness you'd need to really protect that ankle. The only way to solve the problemand I have the exact some problem that you dois to reinforce the ankle independently of the shoe.
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