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Aircast SP Walking Brace

Ideal for those where limb length or calf circumference prohibits them from using a standard height walker

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The SP Walker provides semi-pneumatic support with Aircast semi rigid shell protection and is available in 5 sizes (pediatric, small, medium, large and x-large). Foam-filled aircells cushion the ankle for customized comfort and support. This support is effective in fracture healing, managing edema, and post-op protection. Special Promotion: Includes Hygiene Cover.


  • Metatarsal fracture
  • Forefoot, midfoot, or hindfoot injury
  • Acute or post-operative use
  • Bunionectomy
  • Soft tissue injury


  • A semi-rigid shell to provide the protection formerly expected only from a cast
  • A rocker sole to reduce plantar pressures
  • Pneumatic compression for improved blood flow and edema reduction
  • Custom-inflated aircells for individual fit and support
  • Low profile for a natural gait

Key Benefits:

  • Fracture healing
  • Managing edema
  • Post-op protection

Shop our complete selection of walking braces or browse additional Aircast products.

Size Men Shoe Size Women Shoe Size
Pediatric Up to 4 Up to 5
Small 4-7 5-8
Medium 7-10 8-11
Large 10-13 11-15
XLarge 13+ 15+
4.75 14

Aircast SP Walking Brace reviews

I broke my 5th Metatarsal and got one of these casts and it really helps with getting around the house. It makes walking actually possible! - Autopilot175
Somehow the tendon on my left foot tore. Started with crutches and an Aluminum Splint. Two weeks after the operation one of this was put on by the Doctor. It works much much better than the aluminum splint that was put on at the surgery. Was told to stay off of the foot for another two weeks but it was too tempting and started using it after a week. Expect to be fully ambulatory by next visit. - Marty
I was thinking about getting one of these because i just broke my ankle,... if youve used it what do you think? I would love to get some tips! Thank You! :) - Jackie
Jackie, I had a severely sprained ankle, and found that a taller boot (such as the FP or XP walker) immobilized my ankle better and provided much more comfort. I just submitted an FP Walker review on this site, so you should be able to view that shortly if you are interested. Good luck with your recovery! - Jenna
Your company has the absolute best prices on Aircast that I've found. My husband's right ankle failed to fuse after surgery so he has a permanent non-union. He wears an Aircast constantly. - Rose
I purchased this brace after my Dr gave me a full one that went up to my knee, but wasn't comfortable at all. I am so glad I purchased this Aircast walker brace. It is so much more comfortable and stable, I can hardly believe it. I am short and the full length cast was just too much weight and not maneuverable at all. Thanks for providing a great product and the shipping was awesome! - Wendy
Thank you for your comment, WENDY. You have convinced me to go ahead and buy this brace! In January, a drunk driver hit us head on breaking my heel bone into three pieces. After surgery and several casts, I was given the XP from my doctor. I felt extremely stable and began to walk again, but found that it was too tall and not very accommodating for a larger calf. This SP is perfect for my needs! - TinaMariaa
I was given an ace bandage in the ER and sent home to care for my two children. After almost a week of extreme pain my FP gave me one if these to use. I wouldn't have been able to chase my kids without this. A little heavy, but its going to be for what I needed. - CarrieNWA
I recently had a Topaz coblation surgery for plantar fasciosis, as well as having to heal two stress fractures in my 4th and 5th metatarsal. This brace is comfortable, easy to put on, and makes walking MUCH easier than before surgery. For those of us with bigger calves, it is great . . . I tried on the FP walker in the doctors office and it doesn't allow much room for more generous legs. Make sure you get an extra liner/insole and a toe cover . . . especially in Wisconsin winters! - Randi
I have several hairline fractures in my foot that I happened just because of overuse. This boot is fantastic, it is a little heavy, but not compared to an actual cast. My foot immediately felt better, I could actually walk. And what is great is that you can adjust the air to you're comfort level and what feels good to you, versus a cast that is just there. I highly recommend this boot, it is comfortable, the only problem I've found with it is that it is a little heavy. Other then that it it just fantastic! - Hannah
the people at aircast r extremely helpful and the product works fine - moggs
I got this several months ago after developing plantar fasciitis. I love this walking brace and use it at work daily. I walk more then three miles at work as a security guard and am able to use this on stairs. I highly recommend this and I love that I had the option to get this instead of using crutches. My foot feels wonderful in it and I feel no foot pain. I just found this website and love the fact that they sell replacement parts as I'm about to buy right now. :) I also love that I do not find it heavy and that my foot does not move around in it due to the air pockets that you can inflate. I was worried my pant leg would not fit over it and they wouldn't allow me to wear it at work but my jeans and work slacks do fit over it perfectly with no problems. Only down fall will be when it rains and when winter comes, summer time its perfect and my foot does not sweat in it for as much walking as I do. I have larger calves and have no problem with it fitting. I found out the tighter it is the better your foot feels and doesn't move. Also your foot is protected by the top part of the boot which is hard because you will hit things with it. After awhile you won't even realize that you have it on. Hope you find it as wonderful as I do. - Toka
Hi, I was watching the video and readings my comments which made me decide to buy an aircast. I've had heel/foot/ankle issues for over a year when I sprained it in march of 2012. Thank you!!! - Reby
I thought that this aircast would be easier to move in, it is bulky and heavier than the fibre glass one I had. I kinda wish I would have left the fibre glass one on just because it was easier to move in. I wish I had better reviews. - teri
After slipping on the ice at work, I sustained some pretty sore tendons and ligaments in my foot. I was offered this boot and a post-op shoe. Previous experience with heel surgeries told me to go with the AirCast. Great decision! Now I can go back to work with minimal pain! - Nancy
I recently broke bones in both of feet, and the Ortho DR sent me home with two of these walker braces.. Couldn't be happier, put these on and I am walking everywhere. Love that you inflate them to the comfort level that you need. Feel a little heavy, but my feet do not move around in them, and are great that you can take them off to get a shower and not have to sleep in a hard cast. Everyone says they look like ski boots, oh I wish, but I think that I will heal much faster wearing these instead of a hard cast. - Evelyn
I couldn't wait until I received a walking cast. This gave me a sense of freedom and safety. I liked the inflation on each side to customize the fit as the swelling ceased. It wasn't incredible heavy either and didn't take long to get the hang of walking in it. - Deb
I injured my left foot a short while ago. The doctor called it a sprain, but said a chunk of bone was pulled off when the ligament pulled away from my midfoot. I thought this was an avulsion fracture, but hey, I never saw the xray. Anyway, I wish I had known about this site sooner! The charge for the brace from the doctor's office was almost $400, and with my insurance, I ended up paying about$100 out of pocket for the brace alone. The only difference between the one from there and the one on your site is that the doctor's office had their name put on the strap over the foot. I would have rather not have paid to have the "privilege" of advertising for them. The brace has been great. I started with 2 crutches for the first couple of days, and went to just one., which has merely been used for when I'm tired for the last few days. It can be a little awkward, but it is so much better than a stinky cast that won't let you scratch an itch. I wear Merrell Jungle Mocs most of the time, so the heights are about the same so I'm not walking like a penguin. I expect to be allowed to graduate to no more boot within the week, but I am quite happy with how easy it has been to get around. I will keep your site in mind in case I ever need another brace for anything else! - Yakbear

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  • From Norm Joseph at 3/31/2010 8:59 AM
    • Does the same SP Walker fit both left and right foot?
    • Yes, The Aircast SP Walker fits either foot.
  • From Susan Dean at 4/6/2010 5:54 PM
    • Does this work for a Avulsion fibula brake of ankle
    • We recommend wearing either the Aircast FP or XP Walker for this type injury. The Aircast SP Walker is ideally suited for foot fractures/injuries. The XP or FP Walker's will provide more support and stability for you.

  • From Ji Xiang at 5/3/2010 7:40 PM
    • Does the Aircast SP Walking Brace COME with the air pump or what do you use to get the air in?
    • Yes. The brace comes with the Inflation Hand Bulb.
  • From faith at 5/9/2010 11:36 AM
  • From Jeana Lane at 9/17/2010 12:08 PM
  • From phil at 10/8/2010 10:29 AM
    • can I drive with a walking fp air brace?
    • We do not recommend driving with the boot on. This is extremely hazardous and can cause an accident.
  • From nestor at 10/12/2010 2:00 PM
    • how long should i wear the boot for a stress fracture on my right metatarsol
    • Hello Nestor,

      Your doctor will advise how long to wear the walking brace depending on your injury level.
  • From Mark Bahls at 10/23/2010 8:07 AM
    • Do you have any braces that work for foot drop due to stroke?
    • Hello Mark,

      The Aircast SP Walking Brace will address the foot drop by keeping the foot at a 90 degree angle from the leg.
  • From vannesa at 10/25/2010 9:20 AM
    • Will this walking brace help a sprained ankle?
    • Hello Vanessa,

      Treatment of a sprained ankle is typically immobilization of the ankle to give it time to heal.

      The Aircast SP Walking Brace will provide that immobilization to the entire foot and ankle area.
  • From Sandra at 12/15/2010 8:06 AM
    • Hello' , I believe I have peroneal tendon subluxation. I do not have health ins, but I need something to stabilze my foot and ankl. What would you recommend for me to use. I think I need something to Completely immobilize my foot. Please get back to me as soon as possible. Thank you, Sandra
    • Hello Sandra,

      A walking boot like the Aircast SP walker is designed to completely immobilize the foot and ankle area. Be sure to inflate the aircells to reduce gapping.
  • From Anna at 1/27/2011 12:39 PM
    • Does this keep your toes from moving?
    • Hello Anna,

      The SP walker is designed to immobilize the foot and ankle, including your toes.
  • From Connie McIntyre at 2/14/2011 7:18 PM
  • From Vicky Parmenter at 2/17/2011 10:55 AM
  • From Jeremy at 3/8/2011 7:46 PM
    • Can you do lower body weight training in these braces?
    • Jeremy,
      Thank you for taking the time to email us here at regarding our AirCast SP Walking Brace and doing weight training in it. First of all, this is a question for your doctor, therapist, or athletic trainer who's overseeing your rehabilitation protocol. Functionally, the boot would hold up but you should ask your clinician if you are supposed to be doing specific weight training or rehabilitation exercises with the injury or diagnosis you have. If you have any additional questions please do not hesistate to contact us again.
  • From Bob at 3/12/2011 5:41 PM
    • Can this brace be used for a stress fractured calcaneus (heel)?
    • Bob,
      Yes the AirCast SP Walker can be used for Calcaneus Stress Fractures.
  • From Sudiono at 3/17/2011 3:18 AM
    • Does The Aircast SP Walking Brace work for the metatarsal fracture?my 2nd,3rd,4th metatarsal broke after surgery Dr said that i can't walk until 4 was too tempting....
    • The Aircast SP walking brace is for Metatarsal fractures. The brace is short, cause it is specifically for foot injuries. With the aircell design, it helps taking of some of the pressure and weight on the injured areas to allow them to heal, while still trying to be somewhat functional in your day to day activities.
  • From lindabrimley if you have no insurance do medicaid pay for this if you need it but can''t afored this brace. at 3/24/2011 4:14 AM
    • I would like to know if you have nothing but mdicaid would they pay for you to get this brace when you just don't have the money to purchs one.
    • You would need to contact medicad directly to get the answer to that question.
  • From Julie at 4/1/2011 1:17 PM
    • Can these be worn on either foot or are they L/R specific?
    • Hey Julie,
      The Aircast SP Walking Brace is not L/R specific. It can be used on either foot.

  • From Ginny Brewton at 4/8/2011 11:20 AM
    • My orthopedic Dr. put me in the Aircast SP walker for a broken ankle. Do I need to wear it in bed too? It's not comfortable for sleeping!
    • Hey Ginny,
      Unfortunately I can not answer that question for you. That has to be your doctor who makes that decision. I can tell you that most doctors do want their patients with broken ankles to wear the walker at all times. If your doctor does tell you that you have to wear it in bed, I recommend sleeping on your back and propping pillows on the side of the boot so that it is supported. I hopet his helps.

  • From maria at 5/28/2011 4:33 PM
    • Is the liner machine washable?
    • Hey Maria,
      Yes, the inner liner is washable. You want to wash the liner by hand and air dry. Please pay close attention as you take the liner out so that you will know how to put the liner back in. Many times people forget how it went in the boot and cannot put it back in.

  • From Alix at 5/28/2011 4:37 PM
    • What are the care instructions for this boot? is the liner machine wash and dry?
    • Hi Alix,
      The SP Walker Liner is Hand wash, Lite detergent, and air dry.

  • From Chris at 6/17/2011 10:26 AM
  • From David at 6/24/2011 11:26 AM
    • The air cushion does not stay inflated. Are there replacement air cushions for the ankle?
    • Yes the aircells are replaceable. Please call to place your order. 800-553-6019.
  • From Brett at 7/6/2011 12:00 PM
    • Does this walker come with the AirCast sock liner, as indicated on the accessories page?
    • No those do not come with a sock. Only the XP and FP walkers come with socks.
  • From Promod at 8/16/2011 2:44 PM
    • I will be asked to wear boots after my Achilles surgery for bone spurs removal. Are there any distinct advantages of using AirCast SP over FP model?
    • The SP walker is for foot fractures and injuries the FP walker is better for ankle and lower leg injuries so I'd reccomend that for you.
  • From Brandy T at 10/7/2011 4:59 PM
    • I was recently diagnosed with Plantar facitis which I have had for almost 2 years but did not have checked until last week. It was recommended I wear a walking boot ( aircast) for 6 weeks. Does this cast work for PF?
    • depending on how sever a doctor will try to immoblize the foot, the Aircast SP walker is a great option for this.
  • From Marcie at 11/17/2011 5:55 AM
    • Where can I find replacement liners for the SP Walking Brace? Mine has started falling apart after only 3 weeks.
    • Call 800-553-6019
  • From d. trujillo at 12/4/2011 1:02 PM
    • is it better to wear a sock with the cast or not?
    • Hi ,

      We suggest wearing a sock while using the Aircast SP Walker Brace.

      Have a nice day.
  • From Elizabeth at 12/14/2011 4:48 PM
    • What is the weight of the Aircast SP Walking Brace?
    • 1.75 lb.
  • From Nicole at 2/6/2012 7:24 PM
    • I had to start wearing the Aircast SP walking brace today because of an injury on my left foot. I’m wondering what I’m supposed to do when it rains or snows. Can I still wear the boot outside in that type of weather? If so, how do I protect my foot from getting wet because I can only wear a sock while wearing the aircast?

    • We do make a weather cover for rain and snow. It can be used with any of our boots.
  • From Alli at 4/4/2012 11:55 AM
    • Hi,

      I wear a women's shoe size 11 and my feet are narrow to medium. What size should I get in the brace?
    • Medium
  • From Becky at 4/17/2012 10:28 AM
    • This may be a dumb question; my doctor just put me in this boot yesterday; I have a lisfranc injury. When I wear slacks, should I tuck the pant leg into the boot or let it sit on top of the boot?

    • Tuck them inside the boot unless you can fit them normally over the boot.
  • From mali at 6/20/2012 2:12 AM
    • How much does a small aircast SP weigh as i need to know ASAP
    • 1.93 pounds
  • From Padraic McNamara at 7/16/2012 10:14 AM
    • My Son has to use the Air Boot for awhile. I know it can get wet, but is it submersible?
    • It is submersible, it just needs to be rinsed with tap water and air dryed after you get out of the water
  • From Darrah at 7/20/2012 1:44 AM
    • Hi,
      I have advanced hallux rigidus in my left foot which is making walking severely painful. I also have hallux limitus in my right foot and have to use a cane as the combined pain of both feet has thrown my balance off and my back bit out as I have a bad limp when I walk. I might have to go into an AirCast boot for my left foot prior to surgery due to the pain, but I have to wear a stiff-soled rocker bottom shoe on my right foot to handle that foot's pain (so running shoes are not an option). Currently I'm wearing an MBT sandal on my left foot, but my balance is so bad that I can't wear it on my other foot; I wear the Dansko clog, but the disparity between the heights of both shoes is causing severe problems. My concerns are: a) is wearing the AirCast for months prior to surgery and post-surgery going to further throw my back out? b) what shoe do I wear on the other foot - and what should the heel height be? c) could I get by with the short walking boot, or would I need the full walking boot? Many thanks! Darrah
    • Hello Darrah,
      Tyhank you for contacting DJO Global. We do sell a product called the even up with goes on the opposite shoe of the foot you are wearing in the boot. You can find that product at this website :
  • From Ruth at 8/2/2012 8:16 AM
    • I have been given an aircast for a fractured toe. (from the podiatrist) Can you please tell me the height of the heel. I have hip and neck issues and need to find a shoe / sneaker that will be easy to walk in with the boot.

      I currently had on Asic running sneakers and these were too low according to the doctor.
      Looking for some safe options.

    • You could buy a ProCare Even Up shoe balancer to wear on the opposite foot's shoe. Here is the link to that product :
  • From Tony at 11/26/2012 1:22 AM
    • My foot size is exactly 10 (male). Should I get large in case?
    • Hello, Tony -

      You should be fine with the Medium. The foot base has generous space in there for dressings and such so that will allow extra space for those people who overlap sizes from the M to L like in your case.

      If you have further questions, we encourage you to contact our product specialists at 888-405-3251.

      Thank you and have a great day!
  • From Abigail at 3/19/2013 6:09 AM
    • I have a really big calf muscle/leg would this boot fit and be comfortable?
    • That depends on the size of your calf. If you go to our website and type in your zip code, you can find the information to the Aircast Rep in your area, they will have samples and can help fit you with the correct size walking boot, they can show you how it can be widened as well. Here is that link to the rep locator:
  • From Jace at 5/11/2013 10:25 AM
    • Will this foot brace help for a broken foot
    • Hello, Jace -

      When someone suffers from a broken foot, this walker is indeed one that is recommended. I'm a little unclear what you mean about it "helping", but people do wear this brace post-injury to keep the foot immobilized during their healing phase.

      If you have further questions, please feel free to contact our product specialists at 888-405-3251.

      Thank you and have a wonderful day!
  • From Jace at 5/12/2013 5:50 PM
    • Will the air cast help a broken foot?
    • Hello, Jace -

      I believe this question was asked and answered already. The Aircast Walkers are worn post injury and is designed to immobilize the foot during healing. I'm a little unclear what you mean by "help a broken foot".

      If you have further questions, please feel to contact our product specialists at 888-405-3251.

      Thank you and have a wonderful day!
  • From MacKenzie at 6/24/2013 5:26 PM
    • Hi. I have severe heel pain and I have tried everything from different foot beds to heel cups to braces, would the air cast SP walking brace help me? I am on a big vacation that involves a lot of walking! Please let me know ASAP!
    • Hello Mackenzie

      Yes, the Aircast Walking Boot will take the pressure off of your foot. They are recommended for stable fractures, ankle/foot sprains.

      See the link below.

      Thanks for contacting Donjoy.
  • From Amanda at 7/1/2013 9:40 PM
    • Will the paediatric Aircast SP Walking Brace fit a toddler with a child size 9-10 foot? There is quite a difference between children's sizes and a men's size 4.
      Alternatively do you have a product suitable for a child with a greenstick fracture on the second metatarsal?
    • Hello Amanda,

      Most of our Pediatric Boots are comparable to a womens size 4. Please look at the links below, our MaxTrax is the smallest boot available.

      Thanks for Contacting Donjoy
  • From J.KWIATEK at 7/30/2013 4:49 AM
    • I need an ankle fusion and have days where I can,t walk or weight bear, certain shoes boots alter the pain level.. I am trying to put of the operation as long as possible and wonder could the short walker be of some help..
      Also im concerned regarding the imbalance re the other foot thanks jk
    • Hello,

      The walking boot will take the pressure off you foot. We also have a shoe that is worn on the opposite foot to even out the height. Please see the link below.

      Thanks for Contacting Donjoy.
  • From Gail at 9/25/2013 8:16 PM
    • I used to wear a size 6,8 then a 7. Now I wear an 8. Should I buy a small or medium?
    • I would order a Medium if you are a solid 8. if you are a smaller 8 and sometimes 7.5 i would go small.
  • From Randa at 10/2/2013 9:19 AM
    • I have been diagnosed with an ankle stress fracture and prescribed the aircasst boot. Dr also recommended the use of Fragmin, to avoid deep vein thrombosis. I am 55 . Is this normal?
      I have no history of thrombosis at all.
    • Randa
      I unfortunatly can only answer any questions related to you aircast SP walking boot which is indicated for your ankle and foot injuries. If you need something with alittle more support we also have the Aircast FP walking boot which is a little taller. If you have any questions about medication that you have been prescribed you should talk to your physician. If you have anymore product related questions please don't hesitate to contact me. thank you for contacting Product Support.

      Diana Keith MA, ATC
      Product Support Specialist
      DJO Healthcare Services
      DJO, LLC
      A DJO Global Company
      1430 Decision St, Vista, CA 92081-8553

      O (760)734-3144

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      Confidentiality Notice: This message, together with any attachments, is intended only for the use of the individual or entity to which it is addressed and may contain confidential or privileged information. If you think you have received this message in error, please advise the sender and then delete this message and any attachments immediately.

  • From Nick at 10/14/2013 1:31 AM
    • Hi
      My dr recommended getting this for a fracture in the 5th metatarsal will this help rectify and how long should I keep my foot in this for? I just heard that it comes with a pump can you explain what the pump is for? And how is the proper way to use this device for maximum effectiveness. And where is the item shipped from thank you kindly
    • Nick
      Thank you for contacting product support. You should continue to wear the boot until your physician tells you to stop wearing it. The Aircast SP Walking Brace has two air bladders one on each side of the boot. There is a valve on each side in which you use the pump to blow air into these bladders. The air is pumped into the bladder to provide comfort and a snug fit for the boot. You have a broken bone in your foot so we want to limit the movement of your foot while it is healing. You should not pump so much air into the boot so that you feel numbness or tingling in your toes, it should feel comfortable. All international orders ship from Mexico
  • From Nick at 10/14/2013 9:28 PM
    • Hi I ordered from and I live in Australia do you have a business in Australia? And how long till I recieve my product
    • Nick,
      We do not ship internationally through Here is the contact information for the rep in your area. Thank you for inquiring. I hope you find this information helpful.

      Name: DJO Australia.
      Brands: Aircast, Chattanooga, Compex, DJO Surgical, DonJoy, Dr. Comfort, Empi, ETI, ProCare.
      Title: DJO Australia.
      Primary Email:
      Phone: +61.2.9479.9300.
      Location: Australia.
  • From Dominic at 11/26/2013 12:53 AM
    • I have broken the 3rd and 4th metertarsal bones in my foot with partial displacement but no surgery, I have a fibre glass cast at the moment would this brace be suitable thanks dom Brisbane
    • Dominic,
      The AirCat SP Walking Brace may be the next step for you after your cast is removed. Indications for this walker include but are not limited to; Metatarsal fracture; Forefoot and midfoot injury; Acute or post-operative use; Bunionectomy; Soft tissue injury. It would be best to speak with your doctor to see what the post cast recommendation would be. Thank you for your question and for contacting DJO.
  • From Cyndy at 12/7/2013 7:45 PM
    • I just started 2 days ago to wear the brace and I am so sore on either side of my calf. I have tried adjusting the air, wearing a higher sock but to no avail I am rubbed raw. Good thing is my foot feels better when I wear it. 5th metatarsal stress fracture. I stand 10 hours a day so maybe this "walking" cast is not for prolong hours. Please help.
    • Cyndy
      Thank you for contacting product support. If the boot is fitting correctly there should not be any excess movment in the top of the boot. Try inflating more air to remove movement of the heel and tightening the straps so the leg doesn't move against the side of the boot. If this doesn't work please contact product support at 888-405-3251
  • From Susan at 12/27/2013 9:53 PM
    • Can I buy the front plastic insert that fits on the top of foot as mine has cracked where thecast bends to fit the change in angle from leg too foot. I am size medium and do not want to buy whole boot
    • Susan
      That part is not available through the website. We will have to get in touch with the DJO rep for your area. They can order that for you . We would need to know what country you live in if not the US.
  • From K at 3/16/2014 7:53 AM
    • My son is a 11 and a size 5.5 shoe. What size do I get for his walking cast? Also, I need quickly. If I order on Monday can I receive by Weds? Finally, he needs one for each foot. Are there left and right foot air casts or are they one and the same?
    • I would say the small. The length from heel to toe for the small is 10.4 " a youth 5.5 length is 9 1/8". Right now if you order expeditied shipping you may get it thursday
  • From Jean at 3/20/2014 7:49 AM
    • I feel and sprained my foot and ligaments and tendons have been strained ..I was wondering if this boot would be helpful ?
    • Jean
      If you sprained your ankle as well as your foot the Aircast FP Walker would be the best choice for you. For ankle injuries the immobilization needs to extend beyond the lower calf.
  • From cloe at 5/6/2014 6:17 PM
    • I wear a womans 6 what size should I get?
      How high does it go?
      Will it help with bruising
    • Small
      the middle of your calf
  • From billy at 5/7/2014 4:43 PM
    • is it good for badly sprained ankles?
    • Billy
      For badly sprained ankles the Aircast FP Walker would be best. It will immobilize your ankle and allow you to walk without as much pain.
  • From Donna Sterling at 6/24/2014 6:26 PM
    • Is this boot suitable for being in an MRI environment with their heavy magnetic field?
    • Donna
      The boot should not be worn in a MRI but if you work in the area it should be fine to wear
  • From Laura at 8/18/2014 6:07 PM
    • Doctor told me I have a bruised bone on my outer ankle. He recommended the Aircast boot. When I apply the pressure with the air it hurts bad and I can't lift the boot. Am I doing something wrong? Should I put more air in until it doesn't hurt? Thanks in advance.
    • Laura
      If the pressure of the air bladder causes pain, do not inflate the side that hurts, or do not inflate as much air. The air is for comfort, swelling and overall fit of the boot but it doesn't have to be used
  • From Rita at 10/18/2014 9:20 AM
  • From Megan at 11/17/2014 2:17 PM
    • How is the traction on the soles of these walking casts? Good enough to be safe when walking on snow/ice?
    • Megan
      The Aircast boots do have a sole that should be stable in most environments. I can tell you that the Aircast Air Select Short has a sole that is more designed similar to tennis shoe sole and may be more non-slip that the SP Walker.

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