ALPS cosmetic covers are pre-stretched and are heated to shrink to size. After pulling skin over prosthesis, use a heat gun to start at the toes and work up to the proximal trim.
If needed, a vinyl contact cement can be used or super glue for a permanent bond.
Can be used on transtibial amputees. For use with suction suspension applications, place a small hole so the cosmetic cover does not inflate.
Two sizes to accommodate most users
Pre-stretched, heat shrink to fit
No transition line at the ankle
EasySkin TSK. Sizing chart
X indicates color. See color chart and illustrations of the cross section for further details.
|PRODUCT CODE||PRODUCT SIZE||FOOT LENGTH||ANKLE||CALF|
|Minimum||18 cm||17 cm||25 cm|
|Maximum||23 cm||22 cm||35 cm|
|Minimum||23 cm||22 cm||35 cm|
|Maximum||30 cm||29 cm||55 cm|
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