Superior Performance Liner
ALPS Superior Performance is a prosthetic liner made of Grip Gel that provides maximum protection of the residual limb together with superior adhesion to the skin resulting in greater control of the prosthetic leg.
This product is recommended for both transfemoral and transtibial patients with moderate activity levels, and good skin condition who are looking for an improved control of the prosthetic leg.
ALPS Superior Performance prosthetic liner combines a limited vertical stretch fabric with our Grip Gel.
Grip Gel, with its softness, strength, and cushioning provides the greatest possible protection to the residual limb.
The fabric, with its limited vertical elongation, improves control and stability of the prosthetic leg by reducing pistoning.
The result is a comfortable liner, indicated for patients with low and medium activity levels.
Protects the residual limb thanks to the high capacity of the Grip Gel to absorb vertical and shear forces
Improves control of the prosthetic leg thanks to the limited vertical stretch of the fabric
Reduces pistoning thanks to the fabric's limited vertical stretch and the distal matrix (locking version)
Safe suspension of the prosthetic leg thanks to the high level of adhesion of the Grip Gel
Superior Performance Liner SPDT/SPFR. Sizing chart
Measure the circumference of the stump at 6 cm above the distal end.
|MEASURED SIZE (CM)||LOCKING 3MM or 6MM UNIFORM||CUSHION 3MM or 6MM UNIFORM|
|16-19 cm||SPDT16-( 3 or 6)||SPFR16-( 3 or 6)|
|20-23 cm||SPDT20-( 3 or 6)||SPFR20-( 3 or 6)|
|24-25 cm||SPDT24-( 3 or 6)||SPFR24-( 3 or 6)|
|26-27 cm||SPDT26-( 3 or 6)||SPFR26-( 3 or 6)|
|28-31 cm||SPDT28-( 3 or 6)||SPFR28-( 3 or 6)|
|32-37 cm||SPDT32-( 3 or 6)||SPFR32-( 3 or 6)|
|38-43 cm||SPDT38-( 3 or 6)||SPFR38-( 3 or 6)|
|44-53 cm||SPDT44-( 3 or 6)||SPFR44-( 3 or 6)|
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