Ezy-Close Post-Op Shoe

AliMed Ezy-Close Post-Op Shoe
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AliMed Ezy-Close Post-Op Shoe

  • Sold individually
  • Fits left or right foot
  • No straps or D-rings

Product Overview

AliMed Ezy-Close Post-Op Shoe

Ezy-Close Post-Op Shoe


Ezy-Close™ Post-Op Shoe The shoe your patients have been asking for: a black post-op shoe that blends in with dress clothes. This soft, lightweight, breathable nylon mesh upper closes easily with a single touch to the hook and loop flap. No straps or D-rings.


The insole is lightly padded for comfort. Semirigid, skid-proof outersole offers a rockered toe and heel for more natural gait. Sold individually and fits left or right foot.


Sizing by Shoe Size
  • Women's Sm. 4 - 6
  • Women's Med. 6 ½ - 8
  • Women's Lg. 8 ½ - 10
  • Men's Sm. 6 - 8
  • Men's Med. 8 ½ - 10
  • Men's Lg. 10 ½ - 12
  • Men's X-Lg. 12 ½ - 14


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AliMed Ezy-Close Post-Op Shoe

63085/NA/MMD - Mens Medium

63085/NA/MSM - Mens Small

63085/NA/MXL - Mens X-Large

63085/NA/WSM - Womens Small

63085/NA/WMD - Womens Medium

63085/NA/WLG - Womens Large

63085/NA/MNL - Mens Large



Ezy-Close Post-Op Shoe Reviews Summary

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5 reviews
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Easy Storage (1)
Lightweight (1)
Sturdy (1)
Safe (1)
Lightweight and sturdy (1)
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1-5 of 5 reviews
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Nice looking

Pros:
Lightweight. Safe.
Describe Yourself:
Average Health.

Wanted a post op shoe that didn't look like a medical shoe. This looks great. I have a rather high arch so flap could be a little longer. Shoe is comfortable and easy to put on and off.

by from Bergen County, NJ
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
solid, well fitting safety shoe

Pros:
Easy Storage. Lightweight. Sturdy. Safe.
Cons:
no metallics 4 formalwear.
Best Uses:
wear, squash bugs.

It's not pretty but it works without the hassle of multiple velcro strips.

by from NY
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Just what the Doctor ordered.

Pros:
Lightweight. Sturdy.
Describe Yourself:
Average Health.

Easy to use to protect diabetic feet from injury.

by from Rock Hill,SC
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Easy to Fasten and Comfortable

Pros:
Lightweight and sturdy.

This product has been great for use on my stress fracture. It's easy to use, comfortable and gives good support.

by from Durham, NC
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
very nice & much needed : post-op shoe Verified Purchaser

Pros:
Easy Storage. Lightweight. Sturdy. Safe.
Best Uses:
Everyday Wear.
Describe Yourself:
Average Health.

i find this product good to use for everyday wear or just out of the Hospital if it is ok to do so.

by from Cypress,Ca
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
2 out of 2 found this review helpful
1-5 of 5 reviews
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Does this shoe have rigid sole that holds foot firm?
Asked on Jul 24, 2016 2:37:22 PM by Jim from Spartanburg, SC
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My brother wears a 10&1/2 shoe normally. Should I get a large or medium "ezy-close post-op shoe"? The large is 10&1/2 to 12 and the medium is 8&1/2 to 10 I believe. I think his last pair was a large and it was a little loose. Appreciate input. Thanks.
Asked on Feb 12, 2013 11:20:10 AM by Roger from Aiken, S.C.
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These tend to run a bit short so if you need a little extra length to protect the toes go with the larger size. I have also used an insole that you purchase at the drugstore to keep it from being too loose--use a piece of tape between the insole and the post op shoe to keep it in place.
Answered on May 9, 2013 11:40:10 PM by Cynthia from Vestavia, AL
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I got the medium for my medium size 7 1/2 women's foot. With a thick sock there is no extra room width or length. It sounds like your brother definitely needs a larger size and perhaps even a different shoe if he has wide feet or intends to also wear much sock or bandaging.
Answered on Jan 6, 2014 5:35:32 PM by robo from NYstate
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I agree with the other answers. The size I needed was right on the cusp of two different sizes. In ordering the smaller, my toes actually hung off the open end of the shoe, unprotected. Besides that, when wearing the shoe, my foot would slide forward within the shoe, making it worse.
Answered on Jun 4, 2014 8:18:35 AM by Karen from Cleveland area
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What is the size of women's small? Need a children's size 2.
Asked on Aug 27, 2012 12:15:28 PM by Leah from WA
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Does this shoe open all the way at the front or are the two halves attached in a way that limits the size foot it will fit around?
Asked on Nov 28, 2011 9:32:49 PM by widefoot from california
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Had this shoe ordered to wear after bunionectomy/hammertoe surgery. Did a lot of research and finally ordered throgh orthopaedic specialty shop. Told sales agent foot is size 8 woman's which Darcoâ„¢ translates to "med". She ordered LG-a full inch of extra toe length. I told her type of surgery which is why I wanted this style - easily close over dressing. She didn't do HER homework as layers of post-op wrapping comes to 14" circumference. Flaps won't come within 2" of TOUCHING each other so the "ezy-close" would work with nothing much thicker as a dressing than a winter sock! I can't walk with cane or crutches with this shoe. as planned. Darcoâ„¢ has a post-op cast/dressing cover shoe, and gives dimensions of bandage/cast it will accommodate. Bad saleslady - bad Darcoâ„¢ on the Ezy-closeâ„¢!
Answered on Jun 1, 2012 8:25:10 AM by Tessa from Montreal, Canada
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Does this shoe open all the way or is the "flap" side attached to the other side? Ideally, each side should just be attached to the sole.
Asked on Oct 18, 2011 1:47:36 AM by Swollen feet from California
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Shoe opens all the way. Place foot on sole and cover with flaps attached on right and left side of sole.
Answered on Jan 6, 2014 5:27:27 PM by Robo from NYstate
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Part Number(s): 725 0137 01 02, 725 0137 01 03, 725 0137 01 04, 725 0137 01 05, 725 0137 02 02, 725 0137 02 03, 725 0137 02 04

Mfg Part Number(s): 63085/NA/MMD, 63085/NA/MSM, 63085/NA/MXL, 63085/NA/WSM, 63085/NA/WMD, 63085/NA/WLG, 63085/NA/MNL

Scrip Part Number(s): 725 0137 01 03, 725 0137 01 02, 725 0137 01 05, 725 0137 02 02, 725 0137 02 03, 725 0137 02 04, 725 0137 01 04