Premium Air Cam Walker Fracture Ankle Boot (S, M, L) 5812160
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- Model NO.: 5812160
- Medical Devices Reg./Record No.: Foot Care Accessories
- Material: 33% Polyester;6% Nylon;15% Aluminum;44% Rubber;2%
- Color: Black
- Transport Package: PP/PE Bag, Export Carton
- Origin: Guangdong, China
- Medical Device Regulatory Type: Type 2
- Medical Devices Ad. Approval No.: Foot Care Accessories
- Delivery: Shipped 45 Days After Payment
- Trademark: YOUR LOGO/Graceortho
- Specification: SGS
- HS Code: 6403
1.Medial/Lateral air cell system inflates both sides equally.
2.Plastic molded uprights with steel reinforcement for increased durability.
4.Low profile,rocker bottom is designed to promote a natural step.
5.Universal design fits right or left foot and features a soft,washable liner.
|Size Based on US Size||Men's||Women's|
|XS||2 - 4.5||3.5 - 6|
|S||4.5 - 7.5||6 - 8|
|M||7.5 - 10.5||8.5 - 11.5|
|L||10.5 - 12.5||11.5 - 13.5|
|XL||12.5 +||13.5 +|
Suggestions for usage
The first time you use the boot, don't pull the Pull Up tabs out yet! Fit the sleeve first, then, while
sitting in a chair and the boot on the floor, put your sleeved leg inside the boot. Push your heel as
back as you can. If you have tightness in the Achilles, you will not want to pull the Pull Up tab out
until your ligaments/tendons have stretched enough to put your foot in at a 90 degree angle. So save
the Pull Up tab until later. It has velcro to stick to the sides of the foot sleeve to keep it in place)
Once you are in the boot, secure your toes first, then the ankle, then work your way up the boot.It's a
little tricky with the velcro straps at first. They would get all tangled up or fall off or stick to something
else-if you stick the velcro onto itself when moving, you will always know exactly where the strap is.
If the toe and ankle velcro are too long, don't cut them! Just bend it back and tuck it into the strap
holder. Then it won't be hanging out.
The blue inflator does work-you just need to follow the arrows to tighten it when inflating, and loosen
when deflating. Don't blow it up too much until you get a feel for how tight you want/need it to be. It
will also pop if you inflate it too much or try to take it off when it is still inflated.