Aircast Tube Stretch Sock
Universal Tube Stretch Sock can be used with XP Walker and FP Walker. Used to create a barrier between the boot and the skin, to absorb any sweat and decrease friction.
OrthopaedicsAndTrauma.com asked Ian Winson, past president of the Bristish Orthopaedic Association and experienced foot and ankle surgeon, from Sport and Orthopaedic Clinic why he thought this was our best selling product.
Ian Winson, Foot and Ankle Surgeon and former President of the British Orthopaedic Association and of the European Foot and Ankle Society, prescribes many Aircast Walkers for his patients so he should know. Ian said "When you are going to live with your XP Walker, XP Diabetic Walker or FP Walker for more than the treatment time you expected you are going to need an extra sock or two. The original XP Walker comes with a long fluffy warm sock that is difficult to replace with something else from you sock drawer. When you have enjoyed the comfort of the Original Aircast Sock that comes with your Walker then nothing else will do". Buy one as a gift for a loved one or friend!
We have the original Aircast Sock which are sold as one sock in an airtight bag. Order as many as you like the postage and packaging is the same for 5 as for one!
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