The Clinical Guide topics:

- MATERIALS - TOP COVER -

Suede

Orthotic lab TC-SUE-BLK-ML: TC-SUE-BLK-SL: TC-SUE-BLK-TL:

Soft, brushed top covering

Features:
Soft
Durable
Water-resistant
Thin
Non-animal product

Clinical Indication:
Dress devices
Pediatrics
Patients who sweat profusely

 

Orthotic Lab Codes:
TC-SUE-BLK-ML: Black Suede Top Cover to Mets
TC-SUE-BLK-SL: Black Suede Top Cover to Sulcus
TC-SUE-BLK-TL: Black Suede Top Cover to Toes

 

ABOUT
Suede is an extremely thin, synthetic top cover material that sits on the superior surface of the orthotic, covering the entire heel cup and extending to a desired length: mets, sulcus or toes. The synthetic nature of this material mimics natural suede’s thinness, flexibility and attractive appearance but also adds durability, stain protection, odor resistance, and is more water-resistant than natural materials.

It is commonly selected for dress devices; however, suede is extremely floppy and does not provide any cushioning. As a top covering, suede covers any modifications or additional materials requested and comes into direct contact with a patient’s plantar foot.

Note: Pairing suede with a cushioned layer (e.g. Myolite) will provide more comfort if desired.

Orthotic lab TC-SUE-BLK-ML: TC-SUE-BLK-SL: TC-SUE-BLK-TL:

- MATERIALS - TOP COVER -

Suede

Soft, brushed top covering

Features:
Soft
Durable
Water-resistant
Thin
Non-animal product

Clinical Indication:
Dress devices
Pediatrics
Patients who sweat profusely

 

Orthotic Lab Codes:
TC-SUE-BLK-ML: Black Suede Top Cover to Mets
TC-SUE-BLK-SL: Black Suede Top Cover to Sulcus
TC-SUE-BLK-TL: Black Suede Top Cover to Toes

 

ABOUT
Suede is an extremely thin, synthetic top cover material that sits on the superior surface of the orthotic, covering the entire heel cup and extending to a desired length: mets, sulcus or toes. The synthetic nature of this material mimics natural suede’s thinness, flexibility and attractive appearance but also adds durability, stain protection, odor resistance, and is more water-resistant than natural materials.

It is commonly selected for dress devices; however, suede is extremely floppy and does not provide any cushioning. As a top covering, suede covers any modifications or additional materials requested and comes into direct contact with a patient’s plantar foot.

Note: Pairing suede with a cushioned layer (e.g. Myolite) will provide more comfort if desired.

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