The Dry Pro Leg Cast Protector is a 100% watertight cast protector that keeps your bandages, prosthesis and casts dry while you enjoy any number of activities in the water. With a patented vacuum seal to keep your bandage or cast dry, this waterproof cast protector is equipped with a convenient bulb pump operation that effectively suctions and seals casts in an airtight, water-proof space. The unparalleled waterproof sealing action that this waterproof cast protector employs keeps casts completely dry while you dive off of diving boards, ride ocean waves or simply relax in the bath or shower after a long day.
The Dry Pro Leg Cast Protector offers full protection during a shower, bath or even an active swim. Unlike other ill-fitting products, the cast protection offered by the Dry Pro shower cast cover is simply unmatched; the airtight seal on this protector is completely slip proof, water proof and cannot be pulled off. Don't let your cast inhibit the water activities you enjoy - this waterproof cover is the ideal take-along item for any vacation, family get-together or hot summer day at the pool.
The Dry Pro Leg Cast Protector Features and Benefits
- Designed to fit snugly, especially the opening at the end of the cast cover where the arm and leg cast covers remain sealed
- Watertight, airtight vacuum seal prevents water from seeping into the cast area while you enjoy a wide variety of water activities
- Constructed from durable, high quality surgical latex formulated to withstand a variety of different water environments
- Available in a wide range of both full and half-leg sizes, making it suitable for customers of all ages
The Dry Pro Leg Cast Protector Specifications
- Product number: FL-12
- Manufacturer: Dry Pro
- Color: Blue
- Additional Information
Manufacturer Dry Pro Ships Free Yes
- Community Q&A
Product QuestionsCan it be used in a hot tub?Question by: Kyle Mura on Jun 3, 2017 11:30:00 AMIt is not recommended that this item be used in a hot tub.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Jun 5, 2017 9:14:00 AMI just recently broke my foot and am in a cast. My doctor recommended this product so I could shower and swim! It was a life saver! I love it! It says to remove after 45 minutes of use, however, I'm wondering how long I have to wait before I can put it back on? Thanks, CarolQuestion by: Carol Kovski on Jul 10, 2016 12:03:00 PMTypically you'll want to wait until the wrap dries before putting it back on to re-enter the water.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Oct 10, 2016 4:27:00 PMWith a unna boot, your toes are the only part exposed. How does the dry cast protector cover your foot?Question by: Elizabeth Bowley on Mar 14, 2016 9:16:34 AMThere is a closure on the other end of the cover that keeps the foot from getting moisture inside.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Sep 21, 2016 1:47:00 PM