• 02/22/18

    Zamst Renews Partnership with Renowned Mountaineer Melissa Arnot Reid

    Zamst, a global leader in high-performance sports injury prevention and protective equipment, is pleased to announce their renewed partnership with U.S. Mountaineer, Melissa Arnot Reid.

  • 02/08/18

    Zamst Golf Athlete Scott Langley Wins Tour's 2018 Panama Championship

    Zamst Elite Athlete, Scott Langely, claimed his first professional victory winning the Tour's Panama Championship. Langley overcame a six-stroke deficit with an impressive 5-under 65 to finish 7-under 273 at Club de Golf de Panama.

  • 01/23/18

    Introduces Filmista Wrist At The 2018 PGA Merchandise Show

    Zamst, a market leader in high-performance sports injury prevention and protective equipment, announced plans to unveil their newest support product, the Filmista Wrist, at the 65th Annual PGA Merchandise Show, in Orlando, FL. The Filmista Wrist will be showcased in the New Product Zone and be on display at 

  • 08/09/17

    Amy Cragg Bronze at the 2017 IAAF World Championships

    On Sunday, August 6, 2017, two-time Olympian Amy Cragg ended the U.S. marathon medal drought, that spanned over three decades, at the 2017 IAAF World Championships in London. Cragg, the winner of the 2016 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials, clocked a time of 2:27:18 to earn a bronze medal.

  • 07/11/17

    Wearing Ankle Braces When You Hoop Will Change Your Life

    The good news, my fellow weekend warrior, is that things do not have to be this way. Braces really make a difference! (Just ask two-time MVP and ankle-support icon Steph Curry.) One study of male and female high school basketball players found almost three times as many ankle injuries among the poor saps with naked ankles as they did with those who wore braces.

  • 06/14/17

    The Rise and Fall of the High-Top Sneaker

    There are plenty of options for players who really do want or need that kind of restrictive support. It's extremely common for players from high school on up to the pros to tape their ankles before games, which certainly does limit motion, but only for a little while, because tape stretches out fairly quickly. Other players with delicate ankles opt for braces.