Seat Options

There are many types of seats that are available that fit differently. We select a seat that would be for your weight and size from the information that comes from your measurement form. How you're going to use the Legsim is another consideration.

A person who wants the device for short time use “going to the rest room at night” would want a seat that would be easy to mount, typically a narrow back.

For a person who will use the Legsim for longer periods of time, such as a person who suffers from neuromas and has a problem wearing their prosthesis all day, a wider soft gel seat would be a better choice.

Hip disarticulations often do better with a split seat where the residual femur does not have excessive pressure on it. The gel seat cover can be hollowed out or compressed to achieve a more comfortable custom fit.


Seat Photos and Descriptions
Comfort gel seat | Woman's split seat
 Men's/Women's split seat | Men's/Women's split seat

Comfort gel seat

Comfort gel seat midsize Women & Men; fairly easy to mount. Good for short or longer time usage.
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Woman's split seat

Woman's split seat, slightly larger in size, firm but comfortable.  This seat type is the most popular.
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Compressed gel seat

Compressed gel seat before seat cover is added.
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Men's/Women's split seat

Men's/Women's split seat with a seat cover for hip disarticulations.
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