The range of applications of digital surface models of the bones in science and industry is wide. Three-dimensional reconstructions of bones are used in biomechanics, biomedical engineering, medical image processing, orthopedics, traumatology, radiology, patient education, anatomy, anthropometry, forensic anthropology, ergonomics, usability and human factors engineering, or accident and injury analysis and prevention. No open access database or repository of skeletal surface models of the full lower extremities exists. Therefore, the objective of this publication was to provide access to consistent complete bone models of the pelvis and lower limbs of multiple subjects, including biometric data. Segmentations and surface models of the bones of the lower extremities of more than twenty subjects were created from open access postmortem whole-body computed tomography scans. The database provides a broad range of applications by giving access to the data of the complete process chain, from the raw medical imaging data through the segmentations to the surface models.© 2023. The Author(s).