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Rebound Crutches


Availability: In stock

Code: BBDJ20
Offer Ends: 8/21/17

Attention Medicare Patients

Shock absorber/spring assist design absorbs impact and propels you forward

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Product Details

Product Description
Please Note: ReBound Crutches are sold in pairs.

ReBound Crutch

The ReBound crutch is designed for a comfortable and fluid motion.The revolutionary spring action absorbs the impact and propels forward reducing the amount of energy required during the gait cycle.

Features and Benefits

  • Shock absorber/Spring Assist absorbs impact and returns captured (negative) energy
  • Ergonomic Grip keeps hand and wrist in a natural position
  • Folding Design makes it easy for travel and storage
  • Underarm Cradle reduces underarm soreness and irritation
  • Weight capacity of 400lbs per crutch (800lbs per set)
Size Chart & Fit Help


Sizing Patient Height
Short 4'7"- 5'7"
Tall 5'7" - 6'10
Product Questions (17)

Product Questions

Rebound Crutches

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  • Kira at 8/10/2016 12:54 PM
    • How heavy are the Rebound Crutches? I read a Review that said they are 3x heavier than standard crutches.
    • The DonJoy Rebound crutches weigh between six and seven pounds depending on the size ordered.
  • Aspen at 8/2/2016 10:08 AM
    • I just recently broke my ankle and the lower bone of my leg and my foot was dislocated from my leg in an accident, will these help me walk again?
    • Yes, this would be something we recommend, it will help move comfortably and assist you in walking. The crutches are designed to absorb impact and help you propel forward, reducing the amount of energy required during the gait cycle.
  • Barrett at 6/22/2016 4:14 PM
    • Can I purchase replacement rubber feet? I borrowed some of these from a friend and have worn out the bottom tips so that the metal has poked through.
    • Better Braces does not sell replacement parts for the Rebound Crutches but our parent company, DJO Global, does. Their phone number is 800-336-6569.
  • Matt at 2/18/2016 6:07 PM
    • If 5-8 should I be in the last hole of the Tall or the second to last.
    • Since the tall crutches start at 5'7" the first hold would be 5'7" then the second would be 5'8"
  • Lana at 1/13/2016 10:21 PM
    • Just had hip surgery, love these crutches. How do they fold up?
    • One the crutches are put together they do not fold. You would have to take them apart to fold them
  • Stephen S. at 10/28/2015 3:49 AM
    • Trying to decide between the Donjoy Rebound and Millennial In-Motion Pro. Are they essentially the same crutch?
    • Stephen
      Yes they are essentially the same crutches
  • Cyrus at 8/30/2015 5:16 PM
    • I am 5'4", but usually wear either boots or heels (so if I'm leaving the house I stand more like 5'6" minimum). Should I get the Tall size?
    • Cyrus
      The short crutches go to 5"7" so that is the size you would use
  • Frank Minervini at 5/13/2015 2:13 PM
    • Were are replacement parts available? I.e., Tips, Handles, foam wrap,
    • Frank
      We do not have replacement parts for those crutches
  • Lynette at 2/2/2015 11:31 AM
  • Norman Weber at 8/29/2014 7:05 PM
    • Which way would these crutches face? Handle forward or backward?
    • Norman
      he handle should be facing forward
  • Johnny at 3/18/2014 1:32 PM
    • I am 5'6", however my current crutches are on the 5'7" setting. Would you recommend the tall size?
      Thank you
    • Thank you for your question. The tall would be a good option for you.
  • Chip at 1/8/2014 5:53 PM
    • Folded up...what size are the crutches?
      need to pack in suitcase.
    • They are around 2 foot long folded in the box, sorry I do not have a more definite size. another option is to have them sent to where you are going
  • Judi at 1/7/2014 12:37 AM
    • Hi .... I am interested in these crutches ....do you ship to PA2 0RA..Scotland . U.k. and what would delivery charges be Ty
    • Thank you for your question. You can contact the rep for your area.

      Name: DJO UK.
      Brands: Aircast, Chattanooga, Compex, DJO Surgical, DonJoy, Dr. Comfort, Empi, ETI, ProCare.
      Title: DJO UK.
      Primary Email: ukorders@djoglobal.com
      Phone: +44.1483.459.659.
      Location: England.

      They will be able to help you order the crutches and give you additinal information.
  • Linda at 7/28/2013 11:27 AM
    • I am 5'6" and broke my ankle....I really like these crutches. I was hoping to buy only one pair, because when I am well, my husband who is 5' 11" s going in to have hip surgery. Is there a size that will work for both of us?
      Thank you so much!
    • Hello Linda,

      I recommend the Size Tall, this will accomodate a height of 5'7-6'10. This is your best option to accomodate both you and your husband.

      Thanks for Contacting Donjoy.
  • Michele at 12/6/2012 10:08 AM
    • What kind of warranty does this have
    • Hello, Michele -

      This item has a 6 month replacement warranty from date of purchase.

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

      Thank you and have a great day!
  • Desmond at 9/2/2011 12:06 PM
    • I am about 5'8" which do you recommend the tall or small
    • I would suggest going with the Tall set.
  • Garnik at 6/13/2010 11:36 PM
    • The price is for a pair? or each?
    • The price listed is for a pair.
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    Very good product

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    These are a bit larger than standard crutches with the top sweeps and it took a bit to get used to. However, the grips are comfortable, but since they aren't interchangeable, you have to grab them properly.
    Pros: Like the grips. Very comfortable.
    Cons: Not interchangeable left to right and right to left
    Share Your Usage: Chronic Instability
    Posted on July 19, 2017

    Rebound crutches ****

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    At first thought I did not wanna spend that much on crutches and they are worth every penny.
    I have been using the rebound crutches for about 2 months now, I am learning to walk again after amputation and I wanted something that traveled well from home into car, these unsnap and can be put on my car without taking up a lot of room.
    They are very sturdy and much more body friendly than reg crutches.
    I love the hand grips for ergonomic reasons of course but it also means that each crutch is for the specific side and that took a lil getting use to.
    My goal is to one day only needing a left side aide and I will then just need to order an extra left hand grip.
    I am very pleased with these for my needs.
    Pros: Not uncomfortable in the armpit like reg crutches Formed hand grips Can unsnap and fold up for easy use in and out of my mid size car.
    Cons: Love the comfort of the hand grips but that makes them side specific and took a lil bit to get use to
    Share Your Usage: Recovering from Injury, Chronic Instability, Daily Use
    Posted on June 15, 2017

    Much better

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    These crutches are easier to use and less painful thanks to the shock absorption.
    Pros: Lightweight, quiet, and ergonomic design.
    Cons: Hard to hold while riding in small cars.
    Share Your Usage: Recently Injured, Chronic Instability, Daily Use
    Posted on March 17, 2017

    If you need crutches buy these now DonJoy Rebound Crutches

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    After 2 days on hospital crutches. I was done. I slipped and fell due to the rain. Another day on them and I would have broken something else...
    Pros: Comfortable, the tips contour to the ground in an angle and made to fit your hands. No more wrist pain. ( and if you can't take 2 seconds to figure out which one is left and right. You have bigger problems and need a helmet in life and if you need to carry something use a backpack)
    Cons: None!!!
    Share Your Usage: Recently Injured, Recovering from Injury, Daily Use, Sports
    Posted on February 18, 2017
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    These are amazing crutches. My hubby has arthritic shoulders also so this has helped too. He loves them.
    Posted on December 10, 2016

    Need improvements

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    I am currently using these crutches post hip arthroscopic surgery and I have mixed feelings about them. The spring loaded feature is nice but no one talks about how heavy they are! They are 3x heavier than standard crutches. The handle grips are shaped to make your hands more comfortable but with any crutch, your hands will end up sore and raw. Because of the shape of the handles, it makes it almost impossible to carry anything in your hand while crutching. Another issue I have with the crutches is the fact that it is not easy to just grab them and go. You must first decipher which crutch belongs on which side. There is a small black r and l on the black handles that is not easy to spot when in a hurry.
    Posted on June 18, 2016

    Stop looking.. Buy these!

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    If you are using crutches at all, for any length of time.. no brainer! My daughter had 2 hip surgeries in 2 back to back years and these were way more comfortable and portable than the ones the hospital wants to give you. The spring really does help absorb the shock and make them more comfortable. And the fact that they collapse down made it easy for her to take them with her in a car or even on the bus.
    Posted on May 20, 2016

    Excellent. Comfortable.

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    My 12 year old son broke his foot & these made his recovery so much smoother.
    Posted on April 13, 2016

    Fantastic crutches

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    These things are truly awesome. They are so comfortable (relatively), and you can move very quickly with them. I realized I could even sort of "pogo bounce" on them, but I didn't want to break my other leg, so I stopped that. The grips are delightful.
    Posted on July 10, 2015

    Best crutches money can buy

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    I bought these crutches when I was about to have arthroscopic hip surgery to repair torn cartilage. Through several months of rehab, and no luck with the surgery, I ended up using these crutches daily, one or both of them, for the better part of 9 months. I just now had total hip replacement and no longer need the crutches, but they were hands-down the most comfortable crutches I have ever used. I didn't mind having to use them because they were so comfortable. I was actually getting to the point where I was wearing out the tips! The rebound mechanism was strong and the hand grips are so ergonomical, you can't beat these! I would definitely recommend them to anyone who is going to need crutches!
    Posted on May 21, 2015

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