JAY Shape Backrest
Premium tension adjustable backrest for greater support and comfort. Combining a highly adjustable strap system with a soft and breathable upholstery, the JAY Shape is a lightweight and foldable solution for fixed or semi-reducible spinal postures.
The lateral supports maximise the benefit of this backrest when a more complex, non-symmetrical support surface is required. The backrest can be customised with spine alignment components for maximum surface contact to optimise the pressure distribution and support for fixed postures such as kyphosis, scoliosis, hyper lordosis or rib cage asymmetries.
Premium Tension Adjustable Upholstery
The JAY Shape wheelchair backrest offers a quick and simple field-adjustable strap system. Wide straps facilitate the adjustments and provide a stable and comfortable support surface. The two vertical zippers allow easy mounting onto the backposts and mounting of laterals at the backposts without interfering with the strap system. This ensures a greater compatibility for more complex postures.
Exceptional Comfort and Breathability
The 3cm thick soft foam overlay supports the adjusted shape of the strap system to offer maximum spinal support and comfort. The highly breathable 3DX™ spacer fabric of the cover increases the air flow and vents heat and moisture effectively to ensure the skin stays cool and dry. The JAY Shape has an integral flap to cover the gap between the cushion and backrest.
Lateral Supports for Advanced Positioning
The JAY Shape wheelchair backrest is available with lateral supports for advanced trunk positioning to correct or support a lateral collapse or scoliosis. The lateral supports are multi-adjustable in angle, width, depth and height which allows them to be precisely positioned for each individual. The clamps are compatible with most common backrest tube sizes.
- Width: 36cm - 48cm (in 2cm increments - outside to outside of backcanes)
- Height: 40cm / 46cm / 50cm
- Cover Type: Microclimatic cover with spacer fabric
- Max. User Weight: 135kg (21st)