Ankle One Piece Pre-Cut Tape

The ankle one piece pre-cut kinesiology tape (KT) from SpiderTech provides support to the joint without limiting its mobility. Ankle sprains can create instability, soreness, stiffness, and swelling. SpiderTech ankle one piece kinesiology tape can help alleviate much of the discomfort that accompanies these symptoms.

As low as $6.99


Ankle One Piece Pre-Cut Tape

  • One piece Pre-Cut design Targeted relief
  • No more fumbling with multiple strips of tape
  • Allows for simple consistent application
  • Available in 4 colours
  • Gentler adhesive option available

SpiderTech Kinesiology Tape (KT)

  • Made in Canada
  • Hypoallergenic
  • High-grade cotton-elastic material
  • 100% poly-acrylic adhesive
  • Prevent injury
  • Sleep better
  • Recover faster
  • Water-resistant
  • Latex-free

How to Apply

Ankle Spider Application Video

How To Apply Ankle Pre-cut Tape

A well-applied ankle kinesiology tape provides the needed support, stability and compression for the ankle joint after an injury. Here's how you can use the SpiderTech ankle pre-cut kinesiology tape to tape your ankle right, every time.

Before you put any of the spiders on, remember to make sure the area is clean and dry, free of any hair, lotions and oils. 

  1. To get started, tear each of the perforations along the black lines.

  2. Once you have torn all the perforations, place it on your foot so that section one is on the bottom and section two is on the top of your foot. Depending on the size of your foot, the hole goes between your first and second or your third and fourth toes.

  3. Take off the backing of section one entirely and let the tape lay on the skin as is. Rub over the top of the tape.

  4. Repeat step 3 for section two.

  5. Peel the backing of section three halfway and make a fold. Lay the tape on the skin without any stretch.

  6. Continue peeling the backing off and allow it to go up and round over the back of the heel. Make sure there aren't any creases.

  7. Peel the backing of section four halfway so that you have a tab to hold on to. Guide the section to either side of your tendon without any tension in the tape.

  8. Point your toes down towards the ground. Peel the backing of section five down partly then fold it to make a tab. Lay section five down smoothly onto the front of the shin without any stretch.

  9. Rub over all sections of the spider to make sure the tape is adhered to the skin and stay on for its intended time of three to five days.