Prosthetic Liner Patch for Lower-Limb Amputees
Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

  • Get immediate relief from painful rubbing where your limb comes into contact with your prosthetic liner.
  • Designed exclusively for lower limb amputees who are experiencing pain, redness, soreness, or rubbing on their residual limb.
  • Silk-like, breathable fabric prevents moisture and heat buildup against the skin. Stays in place all day long. Patented technology reduces friction and protects skin.
  • Easy to use, durable, and machine washable. Just toss it in the wash with your other laundry.
  • Works with most gel or silicone prosthetic liners.
  • Sold 2 patches per package.

Additional information

Weight 0.1875 lbs

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2 reviews for GlideWear Prosthetic Liner Patch for Lower-Limb Amputees (2 count)

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    I absolutely love my small oval glide wear pads. I use them daily. Would recommend them to anyone. Plan to order more in the near future. I use one on the end of my stump and then place another behind my knee where it constantly bends.

    • Thank you so much for your feedback, Mark. We’re delighted to hear that the GlideWear Prosthetic Liner Patches are working well for you! ^Jason P, Sales & Marketing Manager

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    My first new BKA prostetic caused a blister on the anterior tabial end of my residual limb. My prostatician just told me not to wear it until the blister healed. (! WHAT!) . Stumbled opon the GlideWear site and Viola! I could still wear my leg prostesis and the blister healed within a week. I shared that tidbit of information with my prostitian~he had never heard of it. SPREAD THE WORD.

    • Thank you for your review Carol! We are happy you stumbled across GlideWear and found our Prosthetic Liner Patches. That is wonderful to hear your blister healed and you are now spreading the word on how well the product worked. Thank you again for recommending us!!

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