Waterproof Prosthesis Cover by Dry Pro - ReusableZoom

Waterproof Prosthesis Cover by Dry Pro - Reusable

Item# 1110
$67.95, 2/$122.31, 3/$163.08
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Waterproof Prosthesis Cover
by Dry Pro - Reusable


Quick and Simple Prosthesis Protection:
If you have a prosthetic arm or leg you may find it quicker and simpler to use Dry Pro as a waterproof prosthesis cover than to remove your prosthesis.  The Dry Pro is the only prosthesis protector with the patented watertight vacuum seal.  The Dry Pro fits snug yet comfortable during a shower, a bath and even an active swim.  Unlike modified garbage bag products, our patented vacuum sealed product cannot come off - you can't even pull it off!  The Prosthetic Dry Pro is made of durable high quality surgical latex. Jump in the pool!  Play in the waves at the beach!  Shower or bathe repeatedly with ease!

The Dry Pro Waterproof Fabric is Rugged:
The waterproof fabric is made of durable high quality surgical latex.  The special Non-Skid Grid™ protects the sole and helps prevent slipping.  The pump not only creates the vacuum seal but also works as a gauge showing that the vacuum is intact and cannot leak.  So go ahead and ENJOY THE WATER!



How water-resistant is the Dry Pro?

The Dry Pro is TOTALLY WATERPROOF.   Because of its patented vacuum seal, the Dry Pro will keep your prosthesis completely dry.  At any time, you can easily check the vacuum seal by simply seeing a dimple in the ProPump.  With the Dry Pro, you can "See and Feel the Seal."

What activities can I do while wearing the Dry Pro?

You can go swimming, go to the beach, bathe, shower, or have hydrotherapy.  The Dry Pro is totally waterproof.  Because of its patented vacuum seal, the Dry Pro will keep your prosthesis completely dry.  At any time, you can easily check the vacuum seal by simply seeing a dimple in the Pro-Pump.  With the Dry Pro, you can "See and Feel the Seal"!

What if the Dry Pro feels too tight or is difficult to stretch on?

The Dry Pro is made of stretchy latex rubber and will stretch over the cast or bandage.  If you find that it is too hard to stretch on or too tight after it is on, you can widen the opening.  First try it on the good limb to see how it feels.  If it feels too tight by the opening you can trim a quarter of an inch straight across the top.  Be careful not to cut all the way down to the valve area so that the opening becomes larger than the limb.

What if the Dry Pro Opening is too large or the Dry Pro is too long?

If the Dry Pro opening is bigger than the limb, than you have the wrong size and you need to e-mail us so we can send you the right product.  If the product is too long, that is O.K.  The extra length will be removed when the vacuum is created.

What makes the Dry Pro unique?

The Dry Pro is the only truly waterproof protector in the world.  The leg has a special non-skid grid sole, perfect for showering.  The flexible latex is natural and very comfortable.

Is the Dry Pro durable?

The Dry Pro is extremely durable.  The product can be used over and over again and will last years even with daily use.  It is made of strong surgical latex and can stretch up to 1000 percent of its original size.



  1. Slide on the Dry Pro - Try the Dry Pro on your good limb first.  Only if the Dry Pro feels too tight you may trim the top slightly to increase the opening size.  Do this little by little until the opening is comfortable, but still smaller then the limb.  Now, stretch on the Dry Pro waterproof cover so that it completely covers the cast or bandage plus an additional inch.  The top should be smooth against the skin.  Be careful of sharp objects.  A fingernail, sharp fiberglass threads on a cast, can rip the cover (Putting a soft ace bandage or a tube sock with the toe cut out over the fiberglass cast will help reduce sharp fiberglass threads from cutting into the Dry Pro waterproof bandage cover).
  2. Pump out the air - continue to press the bulb until it remains flat and Dry Pro waterproof clothing is completely wrinkled.  Remove the pump and push on the safety cap.  Observe the Dry Pro waterproof cast and bandage cover for a few minutes before going in the water.  As long as the Dry Pro waterproof clothing stays collapsed and wrinkled, the vacuum is intact and the Dry Pro bandage protector cannot leak or come off.
  3. Slide off - When you are done using the Dry Pro waterproof clothing, simply lift up the cuff to let the air back in.  The Dry Pro waterproof bandage cover should now be loose.  Simply slide it back off.
  4. Note - Do not leave on for extended periods of time.  We recommend removing it after every 45 minutes of use.  Do not use in vascular compromised patients.  Steady yourself in wet slippery areas.  The Dry Pro cast and bandage protector contains natural rubber latex, which may cause allergic reactions.  Always follow your doctor's advice.


FOOT AMERICA'S PODIATRIST COMMENTS:  "This is the best water protection device I have ever tested, and it’s reusable.  It works so well, you can even swim with it.  Convenience is important to my patients and this product provides just that.  Some people try to cover their prosthesis with a plastic bag and seal the top portion of the bag around their leg using duct tape.  Usually, they step out of the shower with a bag full of water!  Others simply try to manage the water without using their prosthesis – a frustrating experience.  Keep your prosthesis on and enjoy the water!"



The waterproof prosthesis covers are designed to fit snugly, especially the opening at the end of the cover where the prosthesis cover must remain sealed.  To create a good vacuum seal the opening for your specific prosthesis cover needs to be smaller than your limb.  For specific measuring instructions:

Measure Opening

  1. Measure the circumference of the leg just above the prosthesis.  If your circumference falls within the range of two sizes, consider the smaller size if for activities such as swimming.  Select the larger size for bathing or showering.
  2. Tips:  Choose a Dry Pro waterproof prosthesis cover that is at least 1 inch SMALLER than your measurement.  To create a good vacuum seal, the opening of the cast sock needs to be smaller than your limb.   






PL-13 (Small)

Circumference:  12 - 16 in.

$ 67.95

PL-15 (Medium)

Circumference:  15 - 19 in.

$ 68.95

PL-17 (Large)

Circumference:  17 - 21 in.

$ 69.95

PL-19 (X-Large)

Circumference:  21 in. & up

$ 70.95


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