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Not surprisingly, the earliest recorded actual proof of a crutch comes to us in the form of ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics. Pharoahs' traveling via crutch adorn the walls of tombs and the interiors of pyramids according to those who are keeping score.

Interestingly enough, sources of available intelligence report that the crutch has not evolved a great deal over the years. However, when you reflect on the fact that neither has the human body, it *kind-of* makes sense.

Straight from the pharoah's tomb, we bring you the Carex Crutch Pads.

These days, the injured and otherwise marginally immobile can benefit from advanced technology and ingenuity in regards to soft, durable material that adds a level of comfort to your walking aid; and at an affordable price too.

These rubber armrest crutch pads stand as a testament to just how far mankind has come.

This pad fits adult, youth and tall size crutches and is available in tan and pairs of two.

Carex Crutch Pads Features:

  • Extra thick pad
  • Fits all standard crutches
  • Reduces fatigue
  • Latex-free polymer

Carex Crutch Pads Specifications:

  • Product Dimensions: 9"L x 3.6"W x 1.7"H 
  • Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces

Warranty: Carex Limited Warranty Information

Returns: Due to the hygiene or rehabilitation nature of this product, it is non-returnable. Please refer to ActiveForever's return policy for more detailed information.

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Carex Crutch Pads

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As far as historians can tell, man has made use of basic mobility devices like the crutch since they feasted on burnt rabbit carcass before retiring to their partially expired, ultra-ventilated habitats of manure and foliage. Granted, the earliest "crutches" were most likely unstable feats of crude machinery.