Anterior Posterior Tapered Liner
ALPS AP Tapered prosthetic liner made of HD Gel is designed with a 6 mm anterior and a 3 mm posterior thickness to reduce bunching in the popliteal region and provide a high level of protection to bony areas.
It is indicated for transtibial users with medium and high activity levels who desire greater control and freedom of movement without sacrificing comfort.
ALPS AP Tapered Liner is gradually tapered from the thicker anterior to the thinner posterior side to provide freedom of movement to transtibial users.
The 6 mm frontal wall ensures a high level of protection to bony areas.
By combining a high density gel with a limited vertical stretch fabric, this liner minimizes soft tissue movement and reduces vertical pistoning, offering a high level of control of the prosthetic leg.
Reduces pistoning thanks to the fabric's limited vertical stretch and the distal matrix (locking version)
Protects the residual limb thanks to the high capacity of the HD Gel to absorb vertical and shear forces
Protects bony areas with its 6 mm anterior wall thickness
Great freedom of movement thanks to the 3 mm posterior thickness
Minimizes soft tissue movement and provides superior control of the prosthetic leg by combining High Density Gel with a limited vertical stretch fabric
High Density Gel
Anterior Posterior Tapered Liner APDT/APFR. Sizing chart
Measure the circumference of the stump at 6 cm above the distal end.
|MEASURED SIZE (CM)||LOCKING 6/3MM TAPERED||CUSHION 6/3 MM TAPERED|
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