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Adaptive Equipment Photo Albums.
Note: A paddler should NOT wear prosthetics legs inside a decked boat. Because he/she can't bend their ankle or knee at will, the prosthetic becomes an entrapment hazard. Also, a swim may result in the loss of a valuable prosthetic.
An option is wearing a socket and carrying the lower prosthetic stored forward or aft in the boat (often with a stubby terminal device).
Mark from TRR Denver shows off his arm paddle adaptations!
|Quad Amp arm paddle adaptations|
"Hammerhead" terminal device for hand amputees, bike tube + zip tie assist for grip strength or finger amputees.
|Grip and Hand Adaptations|
Sockets for above knee amputees. Grey plastic is from heavy duty trashcan and is attached to Wavesport detachable thigh brace by bolts.
|Above Knee Amputee Old School outfitting|
Wrist and paddle adaptation for hand, arm , shoulder. Plus Leg brace for amputees.
|New Adaptive Gear from Dave Robey|