Shopping Cart

Syncor Durasleeve BK Sleeve Suspension, Suction Fit, Standard and Heavy Duty

by Syncor


$40.99

$69.75

FREE Shipping on orders over $50



(Please select all available options)



  • Pre-flexed 15 degrees to reduce discomfort along your knee cap and improve suspension
  • Syncor Durasleeve is available in 1/8” Standard and 3/16” Heavy Duty
  • Forms an airtight hypobaric suction suspension to significantly reduce pistoning over other neoprene sleeves
  • Reinforced inner Lycra panel along the socket trimelines to substantiate its name, DuraSleeve
  • Seam is sewn and glued for extra durability
  • Patented neoprene suspension design
  • Made in the USA
  • Sold each
Syncor Durasleeve BK Sleeve Suspension, Suction Fit, Standard and Heavy Duty has a rating of 4.2 stars based on 15 reviews.

Syncor Durasleeve Below Knee Sleeve is a neoprene reinforced prosthetic sleeve that offers an airtight fit for those moderate to highly active Amputees. This is not your average neoprene sleeve for amputees. The Syncor Durasleeve was thoughtfully engineered for prosthetics and is worn by hundreds of BK amputee weekend warriors. The Durasleeve's Lycra reinforced inner panel reduces wear and tear from sharp prosthetic trimelines and its seams are glued. Syncor made this suspension sleeve pre-flexed enhancing suspension by preventing knee bunching in the back and folding of neoprene in the front that typically occurs. This also allows the sleeve to maintain better suction suspension because it moves with you and will not separate from your thigh. Syncor purposely created the Durasleeve without seams over your knee cap to allow provide greater comfort.

Materials

High quality neoprene and lycra

Care Instructions

It is strongly recommended that Durasleeves neoprene prosthetic sleeves be laundered after 8 - 16 hours of wear, and allowed to dry completely before applying to the prosthesis.

Machine wash, No bleach or solvents, Delicate cycle, Air Dry Thoroughly

Precautions

Rubber manufacturer’s warning: Amputees with known susceptibility to dermatitis or with broken skin should avoid contact with this material. Anyone who develops skin irritation after contact with this material should discontinue its use immediately and consult a physician or Prosthetist.

Subscribe

Sign up for Amputee News and Offers