Talk about the most stylish pair of crutches ever! With a carbon fiber frame and a blacked out appearance, these carbon fiber forearm crutches are pretty cool.
Carbon fiber being used in this realm is not a first. We have seen and covered a carbon fiber wheelchair, the Carbon Black, along with carbon fiber prosthetic legs. It makes sense that carbon fiber is being used more and more in this accessory world. Not only does it look good, but its strong and lightweight characteristics typically make for an ideal material.
This carbon fiber crutch specifically helps keep the natural position of the wrist and the maker pretty much guarantees no tendinitis or your money back. It is also the lightest forearm crutch in the world, weighing just 220 grams. It incorporates an exclusive curved and oval shape which allows for the perfect regulation and anatomic adaptation.
The carbon fiber forearm crutch comes in a variety of sizes too to fit your needs. It has an ultralight cuff and the hypoallergenic soft hand grip is available in a few different colors if you are looking for a little color pop. The crutch will cost you $228.
The same company that produces the forearm crutch, Indesmed, also sells a carbon fiber walking cane for $120. The cane too sports a curved and oval carbon fiber frame that allows for optimal load transfer. The walking cane weighs just 150 grams, also making it the lighting cane on the market.
If you need any more information or want to order one for yourself, be sure to check out the sizing guide and you can do all this on the company website.