Look, we get it. Wrist real estate is hard to come by these days. There are lots of gadgets and doohickeys competing for the space. Which is why we designed an ID for your wrist down south—the ankle. And like it’s Sport counterpart, the Sport Ankle ID is super comfy and just as tough. The Ankle ID features our classic stainless steel finish. And much like our other IDs, each faceplate is designed to stand up to the elements as you’re out showing life who’s boss. Each band is made of high-grade neoprene for a level of comfort your ankles never knew existed. Throw in a wide stripe of highly-reflective material and a secure Velcro closure, and you have yourself an ID that’s ready for any adventure. So go ahead, show your ankles some love. They deserve it.
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These do not hold up well. The fabric pulls away from the center material and then that material eventually rips or breaks down. I ordered the pink one, and I'm pretty sure it was only a week or two later that the fabric started pulling away. I was sent a replacement, which lasted a little bit longer, but ultimately it had the same issue and ended up even worse since I kept it longer. I was also disappointed that the strap that covers the Velcro isn't longer. I don't have large ankles but there was still 1/2"-1" of exposed Velcro because the strap wasn't long enough to cover it. Definitely would NOT recommend. I'm shocked there are an overwhelming amount of positive reviews.
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After using the wrist ID for 13 years, the phone number became hard to read, so I ordered another one. This time I ordered the ankle ID. Here's to another 13 years!
my 2nd one - Wife's phone number changed. With all the crazy drivers I feel much safer running with my RoadID. I never run without it.
Loved the Ankle ID
Great! I ignored the usual "race day" advice by wearing something new that I had never worn in training, and it was my ankle bracelet ID that I wore for my first half marathon. It wasn't any different than wearing an ankle chip for my triathlons, so I forgot I was even wearing it by the time I arrived at the start line. I'm happy to finally have it. The $10 off incentive from the race definitely pushed me to purchase even though I had been meaning to for a while.
I started my training season a bit late this year, most of my runnning community trains with the MTT put on by Sports Backers for the Richmond Marathon. I decided on my marathon late, so my mileage is a bit different and usually I run with them and cut their routes short to fit my necessary mileage. It’s been great having my Road ID as it makes the second half of my run feel just a little more safe, since I am by myself. Even better, Pink is our team color, so the fact that it was available in the colorway was awesome.