Best Crutches

You may have taken a bad fall while playing your favorite game or you wish to donate one to someone who needs it but looking for the best crutches is not an easy feat. Using it is trouble enough, but if you have reliable crutches, you can lessen the burden.

I work with recovering athletes who are all eager to get back on track. However, using a subpar crutch was slowing them down as it was inconvenient and uncomfortable for them. This is why I have decided to create my own research on the best crutches on the market. I realized that the results of this review will also be helpful for those who are looking for their own crutches.

I made a list of three of the most popular crutches on the market to determine their advantages and disadvantages. Find out the results of the review on the article below.

iWALK2.0 Hands-Free Crutch

iWALK 2.0 Hands Free Crutch

The first crutch on the list is the iWALK2.0 Hands-Free Crutch. It allows you to use both your hand even if you are wearing a crunch. This crutch can be used for both your left or right leg and it is best suited for adults with a height of 5’ to 6’4”. It is also designed with a quick release feature to detach the crutch. However, the iWALK2.0 Hands-Free Crutch is not for everyone. It is important that you are able to walk at normal speed without assistance before your injury and that you are still able to balance your foot for at least half a minute. Since this crutch is not meant for just anybody, it is better if you fit it first as you may end up hurting yourself more if it is not compatible with your state. This crutch works best for those who are injured but have retained some mobility and physical ability. It is important that you follow the instructions that come with the iWALK2.0 Hands-Free Crutch to a tee.

Hugo Mobility 721-785 Hugo Lightweight Adjustable Aluminum Crutches

Hugo Mobility 721-785 Hugo Lightweight Adjustable Aluminum Crutches, Medium Adult

The Hugo Mobility 721-785 Hugo Lightweight Adjustable Aluminum Crutches is a more traditional crutch with immense reliability and functionality. It provides better support around the armpit as it is designed with premium foam core padding. It is also latex-free, which limits the burning feeling you may feel if you have been walking on the crutch for too long. Moreover, the pads were anti-bacterial and breathable covers that are able to keep skin dry and comfortable. It is also moisture wicking, which keeps your pad dry even if you sweat. They are made from lightweight anodized aluminum, which is able to support people with a weight of up to 300 pounds and a height of 5’2” to 5’10”. Adjusting the height of the crutch is also easy as it comes with a dual push-button feature. The tips of the crutch come with curved stair deflector which allows for better traction. It is also designed with a metal ring for optimum durability.

Medline MDS805161 Aluminum Forearm Crutches, Adult, Pack of 2

Medline MDS805161 Aluminum Forearm Crutches, Adult,  Pack of 2

The final crutch on our list is the Medline MDS805161 Aluminum Forearm Crutches, which will allow you to walk quicker after an injury. This means that you can get back on your feet quickly. It comes with telescoping parts that are designed with internal bushings and external lock nuts. The tubes are also made of aluminum and the most used parts on this crutch are covered with black rubber to eliminate the signs of wear and tear. On the other hand, the arm cuffs allow you to handle it easier without hurting your underarm. They have been vinyl-coated, tapered, and contoured that makes it comfortable to use. In terms of weight capacity, this crutch is made for people with a weight of up to 250 pounds. This should be used by adults with a height of 5’ to 6’2”


Picking the best crutches wasn’t that bad, right?

It is important to know what you want before taking out your wallet. You should know how much weight you want to put on your injured leg and you should be able to know the fit that you would like for your crutches. It is important to know the height capacity of your crutches and if you can adjust it. Moreover, since your underarm will be in close contact with the crutches, you need to ensure that it is padded to provide sufficient support and comfort.

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