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Premium High Top Air Walker

Premium High Top Air Walker

The premium high top air walkers provide the same durability as the Comfortland cam walkers with the addition of a pneumatic air bladder system that inflates around the ankle, providing customized compression. Designed to treat soft tissue injuries, Grade II and III sprains as well as stable fractures, the premium air walker combines functionality and superior fit into a comfortable and affordable product.

Also available in a low-top version upon request.

HCPCS Code
L4361
Key Features
  • Inflatable air bladder
  • Shock absorbing insole
  • Fits left or right foot
Indications for Use
  • Soft tissue injuries
  • Grade II and III sprains
  • Stable fractures
Manufacturer
Comfortland
Manuf. Part No.
  • CK-323-2
  • CK-323-3
  • CK-323-4
  • CK-323-5
Size Chart
Size Measurement
Small Men US 5 - 7, Women US 6 - 8
Medium Men US 8 - 11, Women US 9 - 12
Large Men US 11 - 12.5, Women US 12 - 13.5
XLarge Men US 13+, Women US 14+
Left/Right
No

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