Stay On The Water

Don't let a cast slow you down

Published in the July 2012 Issue Published online: Jul 11, 2012 Ask The Expert
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Breaking an arm or a leg is a terrible experience to say the least. To add insult to injury, those who have to wear a cast for weeks on end might not be able to do all the summer boating activities they originally planned.

Dry Pro from Dry Corp is here to change all that. It is the only vacuum-sealed cast protector that allows those wearing casts to get in the water and not be held back by a broken bone. Designed by an orthopedic surgeon, Dry Pro is made from high-quality, surgical latex rubber and seals around any cast with its patented vacuum sealed technology.

Garbage bags and rubber bands are a thing of the past. The durable and completely waterproof Dry Pro now makes getting wet with a cast a no-brainer.


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