Prosthetic Socks with Hole
Prosthetic Socks for volume change management with hole are available in 3 different thicknesses (1, 3 and 5 ply), in 3 sizes , in 4 lengths.
ALPS offer them both in single packets or in the practical ALPS Socks Bundle set that includes several socks in the size and length you desire, but in different thicknesses, to allow you to handle variations in limb volume with ease and to be able to change them every day.
ALPS prosthetic socks are light and soft, extremely comfortable with a perfect fit. They are made with technologically advanced fibers, highly effective in moisture management, that wick away perspiration so it can easily evaporate. This advanced fabric means that socks maintain their original quality for a long time, without getting misshapen or matting up.
Choosing the best sock to suit your needs is easy with ALPS socks’ color-coded thickness indicator: blue for 1-ply; 3-ply, yellow; 5-ply, green.
Assists with volume fluctuation
Keeps its shape over time; minimal stretch and will not mat down
Technical fibers allow a cool, comfortable wear
Light and soft, extremely comfortable
Available in bundles
Prosthetic Socks KC. Sizing chart
Measurements taken 5 cm from the distal end. X indicates the thickness in Ply (1Ply= 1,5mm; 3Ply= 2mm; 5Ply=2,5mm) Available also in bundles. Products also avalable with reinforced hole. Add R after H in the code when ordering if you prefer this model. Product code examples: KCN-08-3-H Prosthetic sock, Narrow, Extra Short, 3 Ply, with hole KCM-10-1-N Prosthetic sock, Medium, Short, 1 Ply, without hole KCW-18-5-HR Prosthetic Sock, Wide, Long, 5 Ply, with reinforced hole
|RECOMMENDED ALPS LINER SIZE||LEVEL OF AMPUTATION||PROXIMAL CIRCUMFERENCE||DISTAL CIRCUMFERENCE AT 5 CM||*LENGHT OF THE SOCKET 13-18CM||*LENGHT OF THE SOCKET 18-23CM||*LENGHT OF THE SOCKET 23-28CM||*LENGHT OF THE SOCKET 36-48CM|
|20||BK||min. 20-max. 40 cm||20-23 cm||KCN-08-X-Y||KCN-10-X-Y||KCN-14-X-Y||KCN-18-X-Y|
|24, 26, 28||BK||min. 30-max. 60 cm||23-31 cm||KCM-08-X-Y||KCM-10-X-Y||KCM-14-X-Y||KCM-18-X-Y|
|32, 38||AK||min. 40-max. 80 cm||31-36 cm||KCW-08-X-Y||KCW-10-X-Y||KCW-14-X-Y||KCW-18-X-Y|
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