Leather Laminate
Patient Profile - This device will accommodate any age patient, but is generally best for middle age to geriatric patients where hard plastic devices are a concern. Patients weighing 100-250 lbs are best suited to this device, but will get limited term use before the mold shape changes. The Leather Laminate should not be used on patients whose feet uncommonly perspire.
Foot Type - The Leather Laminate is designed for low to high arch feet. Patients with sensitive feet, or those apprehensive about feeling something in the arch, will find this device comfortable.
Biomechanical Characteristics - The Leather Laminate is semi-rigid, like the plastic shell devices. It is firm, yet moderately yielding. This device provides moderate to maximum midtarsal joint control under light to heavy body weight. Posting control is not recommended on this device, as any precision in shape will distort easily under load over time.
  • Shell: Leather
  • Posting: Unitized leather
  • Covers: Leather