HERE FOR THE BRAVE.

Revolutionizing warfighter performance, protection, and perseverance

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HERE FOR THE BRAVE.

Revolutionizing warfighter performance, protection, and perseverance

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This is Exo-Performance™

As the first exo-performance company, ARYSE makes products that mimic and strengthen the way the body works.  Human anatomy is an incredible machine; your gear shouldn't slow it down. Your performance should never be limited.

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RFAST® 3D

Engineered for users recovering from ankle injuries or chronic ankle instabilities, the patent-pending RFAST is available exclusively through ARYSE and features a proprietary cog system that provides functional stability.

TRL: 7

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XFAST® VALOR

The XFAST VALOR is pre- and/or post-injury ankle support system which is affixed to the exterior of a military boot. This strategic placement converts the entire boot into a stabilizing device for the warfighter’s ankle.

TRL: 4

Testimonials

The ARYSE ankle brace has a great ergonomic design and is easy to put on and use. The ankle brace assisted not only myself but others in our day to day operations and aided in overall mission accomplishment. The ankle brace is a sleek design and fits under my boots well while adding increased functionality and effectiveness.
-Specialist Hartig

The IFAST provided good overall support and stability for operational movements. During the initial inspection of the IFAST, I thought that due to the material used as the exoskeleton, it would not perform well in a boot. However, my range of motion and high tempo movement was not prohibited. Wearing the IFAST under my combat boot provided a natural, ergonomic fit that effectively stabilized my ankle while moving through various terrain.
-Sergeant Devon Thompson

Clinical Evaluation Results

The IFAST does not restrict performance but provides equal support as the ASO®, the current industry standard.

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Military boots offer little to no ankle support. The ASO and tape were found to not allow for complete dorsal flexion in uneven or inclined terrain, which leads to a decrease in performance. In contrast, the IFAST allows for full dorsal flexion, which leads to unrestricted performance.