Lighter than wood, this walking crutch by Drive Medical provides both stability and durability while still being easy to use. Each crutch is manufactured with a double extruded center tube to ensure additional strength on the weight-bearing areas. Extra thick, latex-free underarm pads and hand grips provide maximum comfort when in use. Tool free push-button adjustments allow the height of the underarm pad to be easily adjusted in 1" increments. The Drive Aluminum Crutches are light, strong, and comfortable.
|Size||User Height||Height Adjustment||Weight Capacity||UPC Code||Manufacturer Item Code|
Warning: This product can expose you to chemicals including DEHP, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, please visit the Prop 65 website.
Limited lifetime warranty
|Manufacturer Item Code||10416-1, RTL10400, RTL10402-1, 10401-1|
|Weight Capacity||175lb (Pediatric), 350lb (Youth, Adult, Tall Adult)|
|Size||Pediatric, Youth, Adult, Tall Adult|
|UPC Code||8-22383-14694-2, 8-22383-25410-4, 8-22383-25409-8, 8-22383-12661-6|
I rely upon arm crutches for my daily ambulation. It is frustrating to require two sticks to go anywhere on any uneven terrain, but life requires compromises. I do not compromise on the "sticks" I need to walk, these are top of the line - strong, tall enough for a 6' 4" guy, and durable. I go through 2 pair a year, I put them through their paces, and I demand a lot from them. I've learned to keep the screws tight, the tips in good shape or replaced, and to feel for imminent failure (the handles start to exhibit a little slack, a little shift in position as you walk) - so I always have a spare arm crutch ready to go since I need two to finish each day.
Use to walk
Easy to adjust and a great value.
I ordered a pair of the crutches for my husband, anticipating his 4th total knee replacement. He is tall and solidly built, and I wanted a product that would be reliable and stable for frequent heavy use. Great results!
The basic armpit padding got caught up in my shirt and start to slip off preventing me from placing the crutch under my arm correctly.... I almost fell because the crutch could not be placed in a weight bearing position.