Braceability Closed Toe Medical Walking Shoe - Lightweight Surgical Foot Protection Cast Boot with Adjustable Straps, Orthopedic Fracture Support, and Post Bunion or Hammertoe Surgery Brace (S)
- SIZING: Refer to the second image (our size chart) to select your size. Available in sizes Small through XL.
- PROTECTION AFTER SURGERY: Protect, support, and treat the toes, foot, ankle or leg from a wide variety of injuries and post-op recovery, keeping a cast or bandages dry and dirt-free.
- CLOSED TOE DESIGN: Features a large, closed square toe box, allowing extra room for swelling, bandages, sock, casting, and more. Protect your foot from further injury, infection, or pain.
- ROCKER BOTTOM SOLE: Non-skid tread provides extra stability while walking following surgery. The rigid rocker sole supports the arch and promotes a natural gait while walking to help reduce plantar pressure and forefoot or heel pain.
- VERSATILE: The lightweight surgical walking boot can be used by men or women on either the right or left foot. Durable, adjustable straps provide a safe and secure fit, accommodating swelling and dressing.
The Closed Toe Walking Shoe by BraceAbility embodies nearly perfect four-season, postoperative protection with a closed-toe design that keeps dressings and toes warm and dry. The boot is designed to provide unparalleled versatility by accommodating both bulky dressings and most fiberglass casts.
After a foot or toe operation or injury, the most important thing you can do is to protect yourself while healing. This Closed Toe Walking Shoe is a unique medical boot that can be used to aid recovery from a variety of conditions including a broken toe or foot, a fractured toe, bunions, hammer toe, plantar fasciitis, heel fractures, Morton’s Neuroma, 5th metatarsal break, and more.
KEY FEATURES & BENEFITS
Its square-toe design provides a protective buffer from stubbing your toe and provides a better left/right fit. Plus, the closed-toe protection allows dressings to be kept clean and toes dry.
The rocker-bottom sole promotes a more natural gait (step), reducing plantar pressure by over 25% to accelerate your healing time.
The non-slip, traction grooves provide extra stability while walking, making movement easier and safer to prevent re-injury.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Can it be worn on either foot?
Yes, this shoe can be worn on your right or left foot.
How do I clean it?
Remove the insole, close the fasteners, and hand wash the shoe in warm water with mild soap. Wipe the insole with a damp cloth. Allow each component to air dry completely before reapplying.
I have bulky bandaging. Will this shoe still fit?
Its large toe box provides plenty of space to comfortably accommodate bandages, tapes, dressings, and most fiberglass casts. To accommodate heavy bandaging, simply order half a shoe size up.
|Fits Right or Left Foot||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Single or Pair||Single||Single||Single||Single||Single||Single|
|Accommodates Soft Cast||Yes but take sizing into consideration||Yes but take sizing into consideration||No||No||No||No|
|Width||S = 3.63”, M = 3.88”, L = 4.13”, & XL = 4.50”||S Female = 3.50”, M Female = 3.69”, L Female = 3.75”, M Male = 4.13”, L Male = 4.38”, & XL Male = 4.75”||S = 3.75”, M = 4.13”, L = 4.25”, & XL = 4.63”||XS = 4.13”, S = 4.25”, M = 4.38”, L = 4.63”, & XL = 4.88”||XS = 4.13”, S = 4.25”, M = 4.38”, L = 4.63”, & XL = 4.88”||XS = 4.13”, S = 4.25”, M = 4.38”, L = 4.63”, & XL = 4.88”|
|Weight||S = 7.9 oz., M = 8.5 oz., L = 10.3 oz., & XL = 11.7 oz.||S Female = 8.9 oz., M Female = 10.3 oz., L Female = 11 oz., M Male = 12.2 oz., L Male = 13 oz., & XL Male = 1 lb. 1 oz.||S = 11 oz., M = 13 oz., L = 15 oz., & XL = 20 oz.||XS = 1 lbs. 13 oz., S = 1 lbs. 15 oz., M = 2 lbs. 2 oz., L = 2 lbs. 4 oz., & XL = 2 lbs. 14 oz.||XS = 1 lbs. 15 oz., S = 2 lbs., M = 2 lbs. 2 oz., & L = 2 lbs. 5 oz.||S = 2 lbs 5 oz., M = 2 lbs. 12oz., L = 2 lbs. 15oz., XL = 3 lbs. 8oz.|
|Uses||Post-surgical healing, toe wounds and ulcerations, broken toes, after bunion or hammertoe surgery, and metatarsal stress fractures||Post-surgical healing, toe wounds and ulcerations, broken toes, after bunion or hammertoe surgery, and metatarsal stress fractures||Diabetic foot ulcers, post bunionectomy, after mallet, claw, or hammertoe surgery, toe infection, plantar corn removal, broken toes, forefoot fractures (including Lisfranc fractures), ball of foot pain, and Morton's neuroma||Diabetic foot ulcers, post bunionectomy, general heel pain, broken toes, forefoot sprains or breaks (including Lisfranc fractures), and metatarsal stress fractures||First degree (mild) ankle sprain (if under 6’ tall), post Achilles tendonitis surgery, diabetic foot ulcers, post bunionectomy, general heel pain, broken toes, forefoot sprains or breaks (including Lisfranc fractures), and metatarsal stress fractures||Ankle sprains (first,second, and third degree), ankle fractures, post Achilles tendonitis surgery, diabetic foot ulcers, post bunionectomy, broken toes, forefoot sprains or breaks (including Lisfranc fractures), and metatarsal stress fractures|