ALPS® SoftSil Liner delivers the same medical-grade qualities as our popular Silicone Pro but with enhanced features. Made with our exclusive OptiSil technology and gray fabric, it provides the perfect balance of control and comfort. With SoftSil, users can experience excellent freedom of movement without sacrificing the comfortable suspension they need for their prostheses.
SoftSil showcases OptiSil, a pure and hypoallergenic white silicone developed by ALPS®. The premium gray fabric has low vertical stretch capabilities to effectively minimize vertical pistoning movement. The locking version features a new distal end encapsulation and an innovative U-shaped matrix for added stability, while not constraining the residual limb. Additionally, SoftSil is lightweight and promotes the skin’s natural thermoregulation.
Offers a high degree of control and freedom of movement without sacrificing a comfortable suspension
Thin, lightweight, cooling, and skin-friendly
Great option for users with delicate skin
SoftSil Liner SSGLS/SSGSC. Sizing chart
Measure the circumference of the stump at 6 cm above the distal end.
|MEASURED SIZE (CM)
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