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Aircast XP Diabetic Walking Brace

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Aircast XP Diabetic Walker System

Specifically designed for diabetics to provide pneumatic support with Aircast full-shell protection

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The Pneumatic Walker Diabetic System provides pneumatic support with Aircast full-shell protection and is available in 3 sizes (medium, large and X-large). Foam filled aircells cushion the ankle for customized comfort and support while reducing pressure points. This support is effective in managing edema and fracture healing.


  • Foot protection
  • Neuropathic ulcers
  • Soft tissue injury
  • Post-operative use
  • Stable fracture of foot and/or ankle


  • An aircell lined shell that maximizes plantar unloading, regulates shear stress, and provides protection and immobilization
  • Graduated compression to help reduce edema
  • Multi-aircell support for a "total contact" fit
  • Regulated aircell inflation with the specialized Hand Bulb with Pressure Gauge
  • A rocker sole to reduce plantar pressures

Key Benefits:

  • Multi-aircell support for graduated, pulsating compression
  • Custom inflated aircells for individual fit and support
  • Aircell inflation regulated by hand bulb pressure gauge
  • Lightweight design: rigid foot, flexible around calf for strength, fit and comfort.
  • Full shell protection
  • Low profile for natural gait.

List of Contents

  •  (1) Pneumatic Walker for Diabetics
  •  (2) Insoles
  •  (3) Stockings
  •  (1) Hand Bulb with Pressure Gauge

***NOTE: This item can take up to 2 weeks to ship***

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Size Men Shoe Size Women Shoe Size
Small 4-7 5-8
Medium 7-10 8-11
Large 10-13 11-15
XLarge 13+ 15+

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  • From Sharon at 6/3/2010 7:06 PM
    • What is the maximum size of calf this item will fit?
    • There is no max circumference measurement available. The manufacturer does however offer a liner extender that can be ordered from them. It give approx 5 more inches to the liner.
  • From tim at 10/17/2010 2:46 PM
    • I have one of these walkers and need to replace one of the velcro straps / what do I do???????
    • Hello,

      Thank you for contacting us regarding your desired replacement part. Unfortunately, we do not carry this item at this time. You may contact the manufacturer directly at the number listed below.

      DonJoy, ProCare, AirCast:
      Customer Service: 1-800-336-6569
  • From Lonna at 4/14/2011 3:58 PM
    • What are the special features in the diabetic version of this walking cast boot?
    • With the XP Diabetic Walker you are going to get our dual-laminate insole and the Impax Grid technology, these help to eliminate pressure points and off-load the diabetic foot. The Impax Grid allows you to remove areas of the insole to take the pressure off of any sores or "hot spots". You will also get extra insoles, 3 stockings and the pressure gauge hand bulb to help pump the aircells to a desired amount of pressure. The idea behind the diabetic style is to help those patients with diabetes that need to be immobilized but that may have current sores or that are more prone to get sore.
  • From Randy at 2/19/2012 6:31 PM
    • What is the difference between the Aircast XP Diabetic Walker System and the standard Aircast XP walker?
    • Product Features and Benefits•Multi-aircell support for a “total contact” fit
      •Optimized rocker sole for maximum off-loading of the diabetic foot
      •Graduated aircell compression for edema control (same as XP Walker)
      •Regulated aircell inflation with hand bulb pressure gauge
      •Semi-rigid shell combined with full aircell coverage to maximize plantar unloading, regulate shear stress, and provide protection and immobilization (same as the XP walker)
      •Dual density insole - Impax™ Grid technology - to reduce shear stress and eliminate pressure points
  • From Teresa Lassen at 1/22/2013 3:26 PM
    • How many individual aircell compartments are there? Where are they located? Do they each have their own air injection nozzle.
    • The XP Diabetic has 4 aircells, one on each side of the ankle and one on the back at the achilles, it also has one in the rigid front panel. Each cell has their own air injection site.
  • From Tina Smith at 6/16/2013 10:09 AM
    • I was to have surgery on my achilles and heel spurs, my heart started racing in the surgery room so, they canceled my surgery, my thyroid medicine was cause my heart to race, I am in alot of pain I have it in both feet just wondering if there was a walking boot for achilles pain, my job cause me to walk alot as I am a custodian in a High School, I dont go back to the doctor tell next month I called the foot center and ask if there was a boot I could weat tell surgery can be done. I got a answering machine and they havent called me back. It is so painful, I have been dealing with this for 2 years tried everything phsycial therapy , shoe lifts, heal the pain inserts, I was just wondering if there was a boot I good wear to help stop some of the pain. Thanks Tina SMith
    • Hello Tina,

      I recommend getting the top of the line Ankle Walker, it's the lightest we have, with a heel strike technology and rocker bottom.

      See the link below.

      Please call Customer Care to place your order. 1-800-336-6569

      Thanks for contacting Donjoy.
  • From Jaidev at 10/2/2013 9:19 PM
    • how do the aircast brace lok function in an xp diabetic walker
    • Jaidev
      Thank you for contacting Product Support. The Brace-Lok function works for both the XP and XP Diabetic walkers. It is used to insure compliance with the patient. It is placed around the boot and locked so that the boot can not come off, unless it is cut off. If you have any other questions please do not hesitate to contact us.

      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

      Responsibility Restorative Discipline Consistency Competition

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  • From Lilly at 10/17/2013 4:38 AM
    • Hi. I am a 42 year old overweight (135kg) woman with a 5.5 year old injury to the cartilage in my ankle. My surgeon has decided to use a walking boot most of the time long term. The ankle is deteriorating but not deteriorated enough to consider ankle fusion. The surgeon is hoping to slow down the deterioration and relive pain with a walking boot. I do not have diabetes but I am considering this boot as the ankle and foot have poor circulation and it will be long term do comfort is important. My problem is that with a larger calf, I am wondering if I will have issues with the fitting of this boot. I have tried a boot with a hand held air pump before and found the fit too tight on the calf and too loose on the ankle. Is this an issue others have with this boot?
    • Lily
      Thank you for contacting product support. The Aircast XP Diabetic Walker is similar to the boot you had already that was tight on your calf. Because of the plastic shell it is not as easy to fit with someone who has a bigger calf. Id like to suggest the MaxTrax Air Walker: The MaxTrax is designed for a wider foot and has adjustable metal stays on the side of the boot to accomidate bigger calves. The only thing different about the diabetic walkers is that they have a pad to accomidate any ulcers that may appear on the foot, so a regular walker should be okay. I hope this helps. If you have any other questions please do not hesitate on contacting us.
  • From Penny at 11/29/2013 2:53 PM
    • I have been wearing my Aircast XP for walking boot for 2 weeks since receiving it from my surgeon. I do wear it to bed. It has begun to stink. Can I wash it by hand? if so, should I remove the soft cloth liner from the hard plastic outer part or leave it attached?
    • Hello,

      Yes, you can remove the Foam liner at the top of the boot and hand wash with mild detergent. You can also wipe down the AirCell Liner.

      Thanks for Contacting Donjoy.
  • From poprocks at 1/17/2014 7:50 AM
    • what dose this brace heal up

    • This brace is for Diabetic patients who have Ulcers.

      Thanks for Contacting Donjoy.
  • From at 2/7/2014 12:59 AM
    • I did Achilles tendon repair surgery on left ankle.
      The doctor asked me to buy aircast shoe, with the angle of elevation of 20%.
      Do you have shoes that you can change the angle?
      Please Please Keep me it's really urgent.
    • Thank you for your question. The Aircast Heel Wedge will fit in an Aircast Walking Boot.
      three heel supports equal 22 of heel raise; two heel supports equal 16 of heel raise; one heel support equals 10 of heel raise
  • From Sandra Quehl at 9/13/2014 12:38 PM
    • I currently have a diabetic XP aircast walker...size medium. I normally wear a ladies, size 10 extra wide shoe. (or a men's size 9 EE) My aforementioned diabetic aircast walker is approximately 4.5 inches wide across the widest part of the foot bed and it is a bit tight on my foot. (5 inches wound be ideal) Would a "large" aircast diabetic walker provide me with a wider foot bed?...or could you recommend another similar product that might give me increased width? I really like the aircast walker as I am able to customize the insole to the exact location of my foot ulcer or wound. Thank you.
    • Thank you for your question. The Large AirCast Diabetic walker would provide a wider foot bed, keeping in mind it would also be longer, the large could be a better option for you. Please let us know if you have any additional questions.

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