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Brace Align

Brace Align Ultra Light Air Short Full Shell Walking Boot

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Regular price $49.99 USD
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Product Highlights:
  • 33% LIGHTER than traditional walking boots! The lightweight shell keeps the brace light and reduces fatigue and extra stress on the injury. The inflatable air cushion and release valve allow you to adjust the fit and compression as your injury heals!
  • ROCKER BOTTOM SOLE promotes a natural walking pattern to help you transition to being back on two feet in no time. Slip resistant treads allow for increased traction and safety as you walk.
  • SHOCK ABSORBING Pneumatic Air Technology provides cushion while you walk. The shock absorbing properties allow you to walk in comfort while also protecting your injury.
  • IDEAL FOR broken toe, ankle and foot injuries, stress fractures, post-op care, sprains, strains, diabetes, neuropathy, Achilles tendon injury and more! Can be worn on either the right or left foot and adjusted for a seamless fit.
  • PERFECT FIT GUARANTEE: Visit Brace.Direct, an American owned company, to schedule your appointment with an experienced team member for a free video fitting and adjustment session to achieve the perfect fit- guaranteed.

The Brace Align Ultra Light Air Short Full Shell Walking Boot is 33% lighter than traditional walking boots. The lightweight shell reduces fatigue and stress on the injury while the built in air pump allows you to customize your compression and fit. The rocker bottom sole promotes a natural gait and the Slip resistant treads allow for increased traction and safety as you walk. The shock absorbing heel cushions your steps all day long allowing you to walk in comfort. Our air cast boot is perfect for a broken toe, ankle and foot injuries, stress fractures, post-op care, sprains, strains, diabetes, neuropathy, Achilles tendon injury and more!

Indications:

  • Acute Ankle Sprains 
  • Soft Tissue Injuries 
  • Foot and Ankle Fractures
  • Post-Operative Procedures
  • Metatarsal Fracture 
  • Diabetes 
  • Neuropathy
  • Achilles Tendon Injury