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SlimLine® Cast Boot Used over a fiberglass- or zinc cast
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SlimLine® Cast Boot Used over a fiberglass- or zinc cast

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SlimLine® Cast Boot Used over a fiberglass- or zinc cast
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5 Sizes: XS (33,5 – 37), S (37,5 – 39,5), M (40 – 41,5), L (42 – 44), XL (44,5 – 47)

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SlimLine® Cast Boot Used over a fiberglass- or zinc cast
Medical indications
Notice

 

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SlimLine® Cast Boot Used over a fiberglass- or zinc cast
Medical indications
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SlimLine®
Cast Boot

Used over a fiberglass- or zinc cast

shock absorbing effect

 

 

Indications:

›  fractures and cast treatments
›  for use over a fibreglass or zinc cast

Purpose:

›  effective shock absorbing sole
›  adjustable closure technology for bulky bandages or casts
›  weather-resistant upper material

Features:

›  square shape forefoot for extra protection
›  ergonomically designed to facilitate a correct walking pattern
›  interchangeable insole
› 

can be worn on the right and left

 

Description:

SlimLine Cast Boot

The SlimLine® is able to enclose voluminous bandages due to its square shape in the forefoot area and a flexible closure technology. For postprocessing the sole can be taken out.

 

The upper is Nylon and the special sole warrants a physiological correct gait.

 

Compatible with:

PegAssist Insole Off-loading Insole
for selective off-loading during acute treatment
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SlimLine® Cast Boot Used over a fiberglass- or zinc cast
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