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MDT221203 Options: -Stockinette.-Subject matter: Non sterile.-Used as a normal utility merchandise (for below-stable padding, mild compression and wound dressing).-Rib knitting for excellent stretch and recovery.-Hand rolled for ease of provide.-25 yard roll is to be had in dispenser box. Color/Finish: -White color helps reduce glare. Dimensions: -3.5" H x 9.25" W x 9.25" D, 1.sixty six lbs.

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Customer Reviews

Awesome! It’s what my podiatrist uses!

20 people found this helpful.
 on August 28, 2015
By Kiwi
After finally being free of a cast after my foot surgery, I was given a surgical shoe. I no longer have bandages on my foot, and my foot is too swollen to fit into a normal sock, so I needed to find something to use as a barrier between my healing incisions and the boot. My podiatrist always uses this to cover my foot (such as in casts, over bandages, and over my bare foot after my stitches were removed).

Tubular "sock", perfect and soft for wearing with a fracture boot. Great price!

7 people found this helpful.
 on November 8, 2016
By Connie
This is a big roll for a small price. I need it to wear under a fracture boot. It’s soft and stays in place without feeling tight or scratchy. I can’t even tell it’s there. It can easily be cut to the proper length. Due to the bargain price I consider it disposable, but I think it would hold up just fine if hand washed for reuse. Great product, price and seller.

perfect cover bandage

3 people found this helpful.
 on December 6, 2017
By Bruce R. Florida
first off this is exactly what I needed, it’s light and very flexible, and you don’t have to wash this material out,

Just Like They Use At The Doctor’s Office

4 people found this helpful.
 on June 24, 2017
By Laura A
Exactly what I needed when my cast came off. I had ankle surgery twice in 12 days, so once the cast was off and the stitches were out, I didn’t want something tight that might pull my incision scabs off, but I wanted something to cover those incisions.

Better than buying knee socks.

5 people found this helpful.
 on May 15, 2017
By Melanie Cooper
I ruptured my Achilles and ended up in the giant boot. I only wear 1/4 socks and needed knee highs because I react to the foam lining. This is the perfect and inexpensive option for me. The tubes are lightweight and can be cut to any length.


2 people found this helpful.
 on October 3, 2017
By Endevour32
Great covering for bandaged arms , feet, hands, it stretches a lot and protects the bandage from unraveling when rubbing against clothing or sheets, or any other surfacs

This must be what they had at the doctors office …

6 people found this helpful.
 on January 19, 2016
By nmlundgreen
This must be what they had at the doctors office. I’m using it as a liner for my aircast it its creat. Very stretchy, very soft, just what I was looking for.

Perfect for wearing with walking boot!!

4 people found this helpful.
 on May 29, 2016
By Amazon Customer
This is just like the material I got from my doctor when I had surgery and was in a boot. It’s great to use to keep my foot clean and dry, and the material can be washed (I recommend hand washing and air drying to keep material from fraying). Will definitely purchase again.

Great lining for removable cast

3 people found this helpful.
 on August 8, 2016
By bluezer
I needed this after breaking my ankle and wearing walking cast, air cast while recovering. Just like used at doctor’s office.