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AirSelect Standard


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Attention Medicare Patients

Standard has a durable, semi-rigid shell that supports the limb while providing protection

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Product Description

The AirSelect Standard walking boot offers a moderate level of support and Aircast's quality, effectiveness and comfort in an economical model. The main indications for the Standard are:

  • Stable fracture of foot/ankle/lower leg
  • Severe ankle sprain
  • Post-operative immobilization

The Standard has a durable, semi-rigid shell that supports the limb while providing protection. Housed within the shell are two adjustable distal aircells that provide compression and support the malleoli. SoftStrike technology absorbs and dissipates shock, while the light weight and rocker sole combine to encourage a natural gait and a continuation of everyday activities.

Features & Benefits

  • Customizable, independent aircells (NO separate hand bulb). Integrated inflation system puts the user in control for an individualized fit
  • Non-marking, skid resistant rubber tread. For greater traction and longer wear.
  • Removal of heel pain. SoftStrike technology absorbs and dissipates the energy during heel strike,
  • Low profile rocker sole
  • Custom and comfortable fit. Trimmable and heat moldable semi-rigid shell. Sleek, open-frame design provides ventilation and patient protection and compliance. Shell contours around the malleoli, for sustained comfort. AirSelect boots have improved width around the ankle area as well as uniformed sizing throughout the various sizes of the boot (XS-XL)
  • Ease of application. Three-strap system evenly disperses pressure. Integrated inflation system is intuitive and permits quick and easy customization of each aircell


Do not over-inflate aircells. Improper aircell inflation may cause significant skin irritation, especially in people with diabetic neuropathy (a diabetic nerve condition). Check your skin frequently for "hot spots" and skin irritation. If you see any skin changes or feelings of discomfort, reduce the aircell compression. Do not use this device if you cannot feel sensations whether due to post-op anesthesia, nerve, skin or other conditions. Use caution when walking on slippery or wet surfaces to avoid injury.

Size Chart & Fit Help
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+
Product Questions (16)

Product Questions

Aircast AirSelect Standard

Product Questions

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  • Deanna at 8/23/2016 9:52 AM
    • Can the foam on the inside be replaced.
    • Yes, the Foam liners are replaceable.
  • Allie at 8/6/2016 10:11 AM
    • I was fitted for an airselect elite boot yesterday at my doctors office for Haglunds deformity. My shoe size is a 7 1/2 to 8. I was fitted with a medium boot. It seems way too big. My toes are a full 2 inches from the tip of the boot and the velcro fastens across the top of my foot and across part of my toes. It makes the plastic and padding push on the top of my toes especially my big toe. I am also very short. 4'10". The boot comes up to my knee. So when sitting the back of the boot actually rests against my thigh. Overall it just seems huge on me. I was also informed once I walk out of the office its non returnable. That doesnt sound right if I was inproperly sized.
      What is the correct fit? Thank You.
    • A Women's 7 ½ to 8 is a Small in the Aircast AirSelect Standard brace.
  • Katie at 4/4/2016 10:01 AM
    • I've been wearing one of these for a few weeks post ankle surgery. Per the surgeon it gets worn 24 hours a day, with the only times off showering and icing. The inside of the boot is starting to stink. Is there anything I can put in it to remove the odor? It's not bad at this point but I'd like to stay ahead of it since I'll be wearing it for at least a month and I can't take it off long enough to wash the liner.
    • You should wear socks fiirst off to try to prevent sweat from getting in the boot.
  • Peggy at 2/4/2016 5:40 AM
    • What is the length of time a person should wear the boot? I have a broken ankle and had no weight bearing for 6 weeks in a different boot now I have this boot and I've been using it for two weeks, my boss wants me to return to work. The Dr wants me to start weaning out of this boot. It's a workman's comp case. The exams I had 2 weeks ago showed I was healing but not completely. I'm worried if I stop wearing the boot will my fracture not heal property?
    • The desicion to stop wear the boot is soley up to your medical professional.
  • Dan at 11/2/2015 4:18 PM
    • Do you take Medicare
    • Dan
      We do not take insurance on this website Credit Card only
  • Jon at 9/11/2015 10:21 AM
    • If I wear a size 13 shoe which size should I get, since I am on the cusp of l and xl?
    • Jon
      The large would be the correct size
  • Bob at 4/8/2015 7:36 PM
    • The product brochure says that the shell is heat-moldable, but I can't find any information about what the appropriate heat source is. I assume that I need something between a hair-dryer and a heat gun... can you direct me to a document that describes how to heat-mold the shell? (The shell is irritating my wife's bunion.)
    • Bob
      If she is having irritation on her bunioun it is possible that the boot is not wide enough for her foot. A different boot might need to be used, something that does not have a shell like out MaxTrax Boot.
  • Lee at 3/29/2015 5:44 PM
    • Can you order just the foam insert for the Aircast, Airselect standard size XL, and is you can what is the cost.
    • Lee
      That is available as a liner and insole kit if you call DJO direct at 800-336-6569. The cost is $24.11
  • Greg at 3/22/2015 5:10 PM
    • I need a brace to wear during the day for plantar fascits. Will this brace work for that and stretch my foot?
    • Greg
      The AirSelect Walking boot will immobilize your ankle and place your ankle in a 90 degree position. this will allow the foot to calm down and heal. The boot will allow you to still walk on your foot without agravating the plantar fascia
  • Ming at 2/24/2015 2:35 PM
    • How is this one different from the Aircast XP Walking Brace?
    • Ming
      The Air Select Boots were designed to be lighter than the older Aircast Boots, with a better sole and lower height compared to the AirCast XP. The Air Select Standard has only two air cels and the XP has four. The XP uses a hand help pump to fill the aircels and the Air Select Boots have the pump already installed on the boot.
  • Joan at 1/10/2015 5:32 PM
    • Does the same boot work for the left and right foot/leg?
    • Joan
      Yes you can wear the boot on either foot
  • Shelby at 10/5/2014 10:56 AM
    • What is the heel height of the medium boot? My back is hurting due to my uneven gait and I want to purchase a shoe with the appropriate heel height for my other foot. Thanks!
    • Shelby
      The depth of the sole of the boot is approximatly 1.5". we also have a product that you can purchase for your opposite shoe called the Procare EvenUp. https://www.betterbraces.com/procare-evenup-shoe-balancer
  • Traci at 5/24/2014 5:30 AM
    • Can you purchase just the dial for this boot? my daughter has this and the dial fell off.
    • Thank you for your question. The dial is not a replaceable part. The product does have a 6 month warranty. If you received the product within the last 6 months you can have it replaces at the office you received it from, or better braces.com if it was purchased off this site. You can call the customer service line if your physician is unable to assist 800-336-6596.
  • sherri at 5/12/2014 10:36 AM
    • How can you tell how much air to put in the boot? If I'm suppose to keep my foot elevated, should i let the air out while resting?
    • Sherri
      The air is used for comfort in the boot and to decrease the movment of your ankle while walking. You should be comfortable, so you do not want too much air that your toes go numb or there is pain. You can let some air aout while elevating
  • DULCE at 4/23/2014 6:16 PM
    • How do I pump air into da parts dat need 2 be filled up? Xo I need a special pump?? Or does it bring its own pump..
    • The pump is on the side of the brace as well as a dial with 2 numbers on it. You tun the dial to the either 1 for the #1 air bladder and use the black pump on the side to inflate. Then turn dial to 2 for the second air bladder.
  • Glenda at 2/11/2014 7:14 AM
    • How much does this cast weigh? How does this cast differ from the Elite?
    • The boot wieghs 2.27 lbs. The Standard has two air compartments the Elite has three
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    Excellent !

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    I bought this as a result of breaking some bones in my foot and needing full leg support to help the pain in my leg muscle also. I find it very easy to put on, the side 'pumps' work effortlessly to achieve the support l need and, apart from the extra weight on my leg, l can wear it all day and night without too much inconvenience.
    A First Class product at a reasonable price.
    Posted on November 20, 2015

    Aircast AirSelect Walking boot

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    I love this walking boot. It is easy to don. It is easy to clean and it is very comfortable. I have no problem wearing it day and night. Just be sure to get the right size which is very important. The dual air chamber technology makes for a custom fit that you can change at any time for maximum support and comfort. The air bladders looked a little thin to me when I first got the boot but I have not had any problems with them so far after 2 months of solid wear. The only reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 stars is because the knob that switches from one air chamber to the other fell off somewhere and I lost it. You can still switch chambers you just have to turn the valve with your fingers or a small pair of pliers. I'm trying to find a knob online now. I highly recommend this product because I feel that the problem I had was probably a fluke as I've been fairly tough on the boot working and all.
    Posted on October 8, 2014

    Very helpful and comfortable

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    This boot really helps you through fracture recovery. I just had to have a higher-sole sneaker on the other foot to accommodate for the rocker (higher) sole of my boot and it worked like a charm. It's breathable and extremely comfortable. After the swelling phase passes you can pump some air and it gets even more supportive and comfortable. I really loved this boot. Helped me a lot. And no - I was not hired to write this :)
    Posted on February 23, 2016

    Great Product

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    I broke my fibula and a doctor put me in this cast for 6 weeks. It's a great cast, absorbs a lot of shock when people accidentally bump into my foot or if I put it on the ground too hard. It's easy to pump and put on. Even with a broken leg, I can manage to put it on and take it off myself. I like it.
    Pros: light shock absorbent easy to use
    Cons: gets smelly
    Share Your Usage: Recently Injured, Daily Use, Recovering from Injury
    Posted on September 20, 2017

    I love this

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    Broke Right ankle and the Orthopedic Doctor put me in a cast for 3 weeks. Today the cast came off and he put me in this product. I've only been in this for about 6 hours but I love this Aircast. Forward mobility is now near normal. The hobbling I had with the cast and half steps are gone. I feel very secure in this and fully braced. I also love the way this has a the shock absorbing when walking as my heal in the cast was getting sore.

    I'd give it 10 stars if they let me.
    Posted on May 16, 2016


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    Great support. Easy to adjust. Comfortable.
    Pros: Comfortable protection
    Cons: None noted
    Share Your Usage: Recovering from Injury
    Posted on September 29, 2019
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    sure this thing keeps my ankle stable but christ, its like walking with ski boot on. i get what the intention of it is but it's a pain in the butt. you gotta be able to make something a little smaller and lighter and have it protect the ankle just the same. i know it's all about the support but i think it might be a little bit overkill.
    Pros: support, easy to don and doff
    Cons: weight, height, size, it getting easily wedged between things, having to keep a safe distance from everything you're used to walking around.
    Share Your Usage: Recovering from Injury
    Posted on June 3, 2020

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