RFX Reinforced Flex Sleeve
ALPS® Reinforced Flex prosthetic suspension sleeve delivers the same qualities as our popular SFX but with an extra layer of durability. While the OptiGel and grey knitted fabric combine to supply maximum comfort and high performance, the RFX also features an added layer of internal fabric to offer increased durability around the trim line of the user’s socket. At the same time, the sleeve provides a 30° pre-flexion to ease bending and reduce bunching behind the knee, making the RFX
an ideal choice for active users.
Offers a great degree of control
30° pre-flexion to ease bending and reduce bunching behind the knee
The extra layer of internal fabric provides a more durable option for high-activity users
Provides a secure suspension of the prosthetic leg
RFX Reinforced Flex Sleeve. Sizing chart
Measure the circumference of the leg at 10 cm above the centre of the knee.
|MEASURED SIZE (CM)
|3 MM UNIFORM
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