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Tall Air Walking Boot | Non-Displaced Ankle Fracture, Metatarsal Fracture

Tall Air Walking Boot | Non-Displaced Ankle Fracture, Metatarsal Fracture

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Product Features and Benefits

The DMEforLess Tall Air Orthopedic Boot is used for recovery following substantial ankle or foot injuries. For generations, medical professionals have relied upon this same boot to address diverse ankle and foot conditions. This is an excellent choice when you want to get back on your feet and back to your life.

This orthopedic boot treats the following conditions:

  • Torn foot ligaments
  • Severe ankle sprains
  • Ankle strains
  • Metatarsal fractures
  • Ankle arthritis
  • Ankle fractures
  • Lisfranc injuries
  • Stress fractures
  • Achilles tendon tears
  • Non-displaced ankle fracture

Here are some of the benefits of using this boot:

  • Unmatched Stability:¬†Our advanced immobilization boot locks your foot and ankle at a 90-degree ankle. This serves as a safeguard protecting your current injury and protecting against potential reinjury. Offering an enhanced sense of security and comfort.
  • Personalized Compression:¬†Tailor your recovery using the inflatable air bladders nestled within the boot. Regulate compression to ease swelling and discomfort effectively. Adapt the boot as needed to accommodate changing swelling patterns.
  • Comfort Without Limits:¬†Uncover genuine comfort during extended use. The air bladders conform to your foot's shape, ensuring a snug fit. Experience comfortable airflow with the breathable foam liner.

Frequently asked questions

How does it work?

This boot immobilizes your toes, foot, ankle, and lower leg to provide support and protection for day-to-day activities. It also helps to reduce pain and swelling.

Who can wear this brace?

This boot is designed to fit a wide range of adult men and women, as well as some teenagers and kids. It is available in five sizes: extra small, small, medium, large and extra large.

What size should I get?

To choose your size, please refer to the sizing chart in the product images. This boot is universal, so it will fit your right or left foot.

When should I wear it?

You should wear this boot anytime day or night that your toe, foot, or ankle needs to be immobilized. We recommend checking with your doctor for instructions specific to your injury.

What is it made of?

This boot is made of a durable polymer shell and a plush, breathable deluxe foam inner lining. The sole is made of a non-slip rubber.

How do I put it on?

To put on the boot, please follow these steps:

  1. With all closures open, place your foot inside the boot liner, making sure to slide your heel to the back of the boot.
  2. Close the liner, starting near your toes and working up towards your lower leg.
  3. Fasten the straps tightly, working toe up.
  4. Attach extra foam pads to the liner anywhere you feel pressure or gaps.
  5. Then, inflate the air cell pressure, pushing the air bulb until you reach the desired level compression. To deflate, push the black button under the bulb and the pressure will decrease.

Washing instructions:

To wash the boot, please follow these steps:

  1. Handwash all components in warm water with mild soap.
  2. Allow the components to air dry completely before reapplying. Do not place the liner in the dryer.

Other features:

  • Easy to put on, take off and adjust
  • Extra pads are included with your purchase for added comfort
  • Color: Black.
  • Max recommended body weight: 350 pounds.

Weight:

  • XS weights 2 pounds
  • SM weighs 2 pounds 3 ounces
  • MD weighs 2 pounds 10 ounces
  • LG weighs 2 pounds 13 ounces
  • XL weights 2 pounds 15 ounces

Breaking Down Tall vs. Short Orthopedic Boots: What You Need to Know

Tall and short orthopedic boots are designed for different types of injuries and provide different levels of support.

Tall walking boots are typically used for more severe injuries, such as ankle sprains, stress fractures, and fractures. They provide more immobilization and support than short boots, which can help to prevent further injury and promote healing. Tall boots also tend to be heavier and more cumbersome than short boots, so they may not be ideal for everyone.

Short walking boots are typically used for less severe injuries, such as toe fractures, postoperative foot surgery, and mild ankle sprains. They provide less support than tall boots, but they are also lighter and more comfortable to wear. Short boots may be a better option for people who have difficulty walking in tall boots or who need to be able to move around more easily.

If you are 6 feet tall or taller, you should always opt for a tall walking boot. Short boots will not provide adequate support or protection for long legs.

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