USL Stabiliser Tall Moon Boot

  • Code: 22150

  • Unit: 


The USL Stabiliser Tall Moon Boot provides maximum stability and support following injury or post-operative procedures. It can be used for acute ankle sprains, soft tissue injuries, stable lower leg, foot and ankle fractures and post-operative use. 


  • Plastic molded uprights with steel reinforcement for increased durability 
  • Rocker sole helps promote a natural gait and allow the continuation of daily activities
  • Wide footbed provided to increase stability, comfort and accommodation for edema and bandages
  • Shock-absorbing insole reduces impact of heel strike when walking
  • Contoured Strut design allows the moon boot to conform to the leg, ensuring a better fit


  • Acute ankle sprains
  • Soft tissue injuries
  • Stress fractures of the lower leg
  • Stable fractures of the foot and ankle
  • Achilles tendon repairs
  • Post-operative procedures



Code Description Unit
22149 X-Small EACH Add to quote
22150 Small EACH Add to quote
22151 Medium EACH Add to quote
22152 Large EACH Add to quote
22153 X-Large EACH Add to quote

US Shoe size 

SizeFoot LengthDescription
X-Small 20 - 22cm Kid's 1.5 - Men's 4 / Kid's 1.5 - Women's 5.5
Small 22 - 24cm Men's 4.5 - 6.5 / Women's 6 - 8
Medium 24.5 - 26cm Men's 7 - 9 / Women's 8.5 - 10.5
Large 26.5 - 28.5cm Men's 9.5 - 12 / Women's 11 - 12+
X-Large 29 - 30cm

Men's 12.5 - 14 

Special Considerations

Consider a LARGER BOOT if you're near the maximum size AND these apply:

  • You wear wide shoes
  • You will use bandages or thick socks
  • You have swelling
  • You typically like a looser fit


Consider a SMALLER BOOT if you're near the mimimum size AND these apply:

  • You wear narrow shoes or have slim feet
  • You typically like a tighter fit 



  • Remove liner from boot
  • Place foot in liner, and secure with contact closure. Make sure the heel fits snuggly into the posterior portion of the liner, and that it is wrinkle free
  • Fasten the foot flaps on the liner first, making sure they are snug
  • Wrap and fasten the leg portion of the liner, again making sure that it is snug from bottom to top
  • Some trimming of the liner may be necessary to accomplish fit


  • Remove plastic tube liner from uprights, and affix the upright to the liner
  • Spread the uprights using both hands and step into the boot, aligning uprights with the midline of the ankle and ensuring your ankle sits at the back of the boot
  • Ensure the fit of the boot is correct - your toes should not overhang of the edge of the boot, and the height of the boot should finish below the top of the femur bone
  • Extra padding may be inserted under straps either inside the liner or on top for comfort and to help prevent irritation
  • Secure boot straps starting at the strap over the ankle, then the toes and working up the leg
  • The straps should be snug enough to prevent slippage on the boot, but not tight enough to restrict circulation or cause discomfort