Allsport Dynamics OH2 Speed Wrist Brace



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Description Item #ADY000B

Worn by professional motocross riders Justin Barcia, Nick Paluzzi, Jimmy Fitzpatrick, and Mat Rebeaud, the Allsport OH2 has some of the same great features as the OTS and IMC models with a redesigned variable extension control.

  • Application: Wrist - Acute, Rehab, Long-Term, Prevention.
  • Strapping system: Speed.
  • Patented bi-axial articulating hinge system.
  • Redesigned variable extension control.
  • Hand made, high-strength carbon fiber and Kevlar construction.
  • Easy-pull strapping system.
  • Open palm design for good grip.
  • Cool, comfortable fit and easy to wear.
  • Hi-grade open cell foam liner.

Note: Braces are universal and will fit either wrist, Left or Right, and are sold individually.

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1 Review
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Top 250 Contributor
Wouldnt ride without them!

Let me start by thanking All Sport Dynamics for getting me in a pair of these after i broke both of my wrists at same time. Dint think i was riding again. But when i found out about All sport i called them and they helped me with no problem, told me my insurance would cover them and they did 100%. All sport set up an appointment with brace shop and i was in a pair in 2 weeks, and back riding in 3months. Doc said i wouldnt be able to ride for at least a year. also they modified my gloves for FREE!.Needless to say the braces are awesome really work, give you a sense of security afrter injury . GET A PAIR!

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3 Questions
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Q: I don't understand wear at on the wrist to measure I went around my whole wrist and got 6.5in?
1 year 4 months ago
Expert MotoSport Staff
1 year 4 months ago
A: You would need to Measure across the width of the wrist. Feel free to give us a call at 888-676-8853 and we would be happy to help you out with your order.
Location: Tega Cay, SC, USA
Q: Where can i go to check my size?
1 year 6 months ago
i ordered my wrist brace this week, and i have already received it, my only concern is that i ordered a large, and after trying it on I am not to sure if i might not need a medium instead. My question is if their are any stores that carry this brace so i can see if a medium would be the right fit Also i have already cut of the peace to make my brace for my left hand (i had to do it just to see if it would fit, i was reluctant to go ahead and do it) How much of a hassle will it be to trade my large in for a medium now because of that?.
Top 1 Contributor
1 year 6 months ago
A: You can find a fit chart here:

For retail locations, is an online only store. I would suggest to call or visit your local stores to see what they carry.
Location: CA
Q: Can you wear gloves without the glove modification?
2 years 4 months ago
Looking at getting a set of these, and I am curious as to how well gloves fit without having the sewn in glove modification. Do you put your gloves on before the brace, or after? Does the thumb and palm strap feel bulky when gripping the bars?
MotoSport Staff Expert
2 years 4 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: I contacted AllSport Dynamics with your question and this was their response:

"You do not have to get the glove modification. The standard padding allows you to wear them over your gloves.

The hand pad is thin, so no bulky feel at all. Most riders comment that “after 5-10 minutes riding, they do not even notice that they are wearing them unless of course they crash, miss a double or triple”!

The pads will wear out in time. Wash and dry them by hand; no machine washing or drying." Joey M. -Allsport Dynamics
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X-Small 0.0 - 2.0in (0 - 5.1cm)
Small 2.0 - 2.3in (5.1 - 5.9cm)
Medium 2.3 - 2.6in (5.9 - 6.7cm)
Large 2.6 - 3.0in (6.7 - 7.5cm)
X-Large 3.0 - 3.2in (7.5 - 8.1cm)
Small 2.0 - 2.3in (5.1 - 5.9cm)
Medium 2.3 - 2.6in (5.9 - 6.7cm)
Large 2.6 - 3.0in (6.7 - 7.6cm)
SizeShoe Size
Small 5 - 7
Medium 7 - 10
Large 10 - 14
X-Large 14 - 16


Wrist: Measure across the width of the wrist.

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