This innovative liner is designed to provide amputees with an unparalleled level of comfort and control. With excellent conformability to the residual limb due to OptiGel technology and an improved distal end encapsulation, the Pro-Fit delivers a secure and snug fit that enhances control, comfort, and safety for the user, allowing for greater confidence in everyday activities.
Pro-Fit features OptiGel, a specialized ALPS® white gel that enhances the conformability of the prosthetic device to the residual limb by ensuring an optimal fit. The premium gray fabric has low vertical stretch capabilities to effectively minimize vertical pistoning. The locking version features a new distal end encapsulation and an innovative U-shaped matrix for added stability. Available in either 3mm or 6mm thickness.
Conforms to the residual limb flawlessly, ensuring optimal comfort and security
Improves control of the prosthesis and reduces pistoning while still providing superior protection of the residual limb
The superior adhesion of the OptiGel allows the safe suspension of the prosthetic leg
Provides a highly secure fit, allowing users to move with ease and confidence
Pro-Fit Liner PFGDT/PFGFR. Sizing chart
Measure the circumference of the stump at 6 cm above the distal end.
|MEASURED SIZE (CM)||LOCKING 3MM OR 6MM||CUSHION 3MM OR 6MM|
|20-23 cm||PFGDT20-( 3 or 6)||PFGFR20-( 3 or 6)|
|24-25 cm||PFGDT24-( 3 or 6)||PFGFR24-( 3 or 6)|
|26-27 cm||PFGDT26-( 3 or 6)||PFGFR26-( 3 or 6)|
|28-31 cm||PFGDT28-( 3 or 6)||PFGFR28-( 3 or 6)|
|32-37 cm||PFGDT32-( 3 or 6)||PFGFR32-( 3 or 6)|
|38-43 cm||PFGDT38-( 3 or 6)||PFGFR38-( 3 or 6)|
|44-53 cm||PFGDT44-( 3 or 6)||PFGFR44-( 3 or 6)|
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