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Wearing Heels With Ankle Stabilizers For Support

3.1.2018
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Written by
Brittany Déjean
Written by
Brittany Déjean

After Krystina was paralyzed, she assumed that her days of wearing heels were over. Eventually, she started to wear heels again, but noticed that her ankles would roll when her feet rested on her footplate. That was until she discovered ankle stabilizers

"Without the stabilizers, they would just roll and it would be bad...but now with the stabilizers, it's perfect!" 

Check out how Krystina uses the stabilizers: 

No matter what heels she's wearing, Krystina wears ankle stabilizers on each ankle to make sure that her feet will stay straight on her wheelchair's footplate. This way, she doesn't have to sacrifice her style. 

Looking to wear heels and want to try ankle stabilizers? Get yours here: 

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