The Natural-Fit and the Natural-Fit LT: Great Options. You Choose.

Get Proven Benefits with Each Option:

  • Better performance and efficiency.
  • Eliminates pushing on the tire.
  • Eases pain in the hands & wrists.
  • Greater control when braking.

Compared to Standard Handrims, the
Research Evidence is Clear:

  • The Natural-Fit reduces effort it takes to grip to the rim by 16%.
  • You can cover the same ground with less work and less fatigue.
  • Multiply the effort saved on every push by
    2000-3000 - that's the average number of times wheelchair users push on their handrim every single day.

The Bottom-Line is that the Ergonomic Grip Matters. Every Push. Every Day.

The Natural-Fit uses the original, larger profile oval. It offers 80% more surface area for gripping than a standard handrim and weighs just 24 ounces.

The Natural-Fit LT uses a reduced weight, smaller profile oval. The LT is designed for those looking for a reduction in weight or a smaller gripping surface (for those with smaller hands). The LT is more than 17% lighter than the original Natural-Fit -- it weighs just 20 ounces (about 5 ounces more than a standard round-tube handrim).

Both the Natural-Fit and the LT Fit on
Almost All Standard Wheels:

  • 20", 22", 24", 25", & 26" standard spoke wheels.
  • 6-point Mag wheels (all sizes).
  • 7 and 8-point Mag wheels (24" only).
  • Spinergy wheels and X-Core Wheels.

"Wow! My first push was terrific, and compared to my small round handrims from before, I can't believe the difference!"
- Gail Geopfort

Prescribed by Leading Clinics Everywhere Including Over 40 VA Medical Centers

The Natural-Fit is also available on the order forms of every major wheelchair manufacturer including: TiLite, Quickie, Invacare, Colours, Invacare, Top End, Quantum Rehab, Freedom Designs, Kuschall, RGK, Lasher Sport, Ki Mobility, or Melrose Kiwi Concept wheelchairs. The Natural-Fit is also offered on Magic Wheels.

We Don't Make the Wheelchair. We Make the Wheelchair Better.
© 2015 Out-Front
Support legislation to improve access to complex rehab technology:
Learn more and get active at www.Access2CRT.org