Handmade prosthetic covers, in traditional luxury materials

Your style

Your size, your finish

Easy fit

Position as needed

Lightweight

±350 gram, as much as a soda can

Your style

Your size, your finish

Easy fit

Position as needed

Exchangeable

Swap multiple fronts as preferred

What others say

“Having a prosthesis is all about recovering the functionality of the missing limb, so aesthetics is not a priority for the manufacturers.
 
Don’t get me wrong, I’m very grateful for the technological advances that allow people like me to do things that were unimaginable for an amputee a few years ago. However, being able to truly personalise the thing that you have to wear every day is a game-changer. Not only am I not trying to hide it, but I want to show it off.
 
I’m proud to wear something unique, that’s of my personal choice, I love my Scottish tartan! My cover has a textile finish so it’s super lightweight. I have two different prosthesis (depending on the activity) and it’s very easy to mount and position the cover. I’m already thinking what style I should get next.”
 
– Chema

Prosthetic covers

Your style, in any luxury finish

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ABOUT

Profile photo Jeroen
Jeroen

Distinct Abilities was founded by Jeroen to make prosthetic covers accessible in luxury materials. There are many 3D printed prosthetic covers available nowadays. While some have fantastic designs, they also have a certain similar expression by the materials and process used. In general life, we surround ourselves with nice looking and feeling materials like leather, wood, metals and textiles. The covers we offer are aiming to bridge prosthetic design and more traditional luxury goods.

We researched the process of crafting a luxury prosthetic cover in close collaboration with artisans and amputees. This inspired a new process to develop covers that have a high aesthetic quality and ease of use which have not been available before. And equally important: the making process has been refined in such a way that the covers aim to be widely affordable.

We believe that wearables for prosthesis should be able to have the same luxury qualities as other accessories we surround ourselves with in life. And also, we just like to make really cool stuff!

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