ProCare Rocker Cast Boot
Following an injury to the lower leg, it's not uncommon that you'll have to wear a cast to protect the area against further damage. However, these tend to be too bulky to wear in normal shoes, so getting back on your feet can be difficult. The ProCare Rocker Cast Boot accommodates most casts, making it ideal for ambulation.
Who Can Make Gains with the Rocker Cast Boot?
The Rocker Cast Boot has been designed for use by those with lower leg casted fractures and is particularly useful if you're looking to gradually increase your activity level. Crafted with a non-slip rocker sole, the shoe allows for a more natural gait during ambulation. This helps ensure that you retain your agility without permanently damaging your walking pattern.
Key Features and Benefits
- Constructed with a non-slip rocker sole for a more natural gait
- Sandal style is ideal if you live in a hot country
- Constructed with a durable canvas upper for comfort
- Forefoot and heel loop lock contact closure makes boot easy to apply
- Designed for use with lower leg casted fractures
- Free from latex to prevent allergic reactions
- Available in nine different sizes for a tailored fit
Non-Slip Rocker Sole
The ProCare Cast Boot is constructed with a non-slip rocker sole for a more natural gait during ambulation. This helps prevent any lasting effects to your walking pattern.
As the ProCare Cast Boot is designed in a sandal style, it's ideal if you live in a hot country and want to wear sandals. The open design of the boot makes it suitable if there is very little risk that you could further damage the injury should you fall or stub your toe.
Sizing of the Rocker Cast Boot
The Rocker Cast Boot is constructed in nine different sizes, providing you with an excellent fit. Please note that XXX-Small and XX-Small are designed for children and are therefore supplied in a paediatric print, whereas the other sizes of the boot are black in colour (as pictured) and designed for use by adults. To find out which size you require, please measure the width of your foot at the toe and the length of your foot, then consult the table below.
|Size ||Length (cm) ||Width (cm) |
|XXX-Small (Paediatric) ||11cm ||6cm |
|XX-Small (Paediatric) ||13cm ||7.5cm |
|Extra Small ||17cm ||9cm |
|Small ||22cm ||10.5cm |
|Medium ||25cm ||11cm |
|Large ||27cm ||12cm |
|Extra Large ||29cm ||12.5cm |
|XX-Large ||31cm ||13cm |
|XXX-Large ||33cm ||15cm |