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Class II Foot

The foot 1C30-TRIAS

Like all carbon feet, it is chosen by the person according to their activityThe set of its three blades provides a flexibility and a fluid physiological movement of step as well as a significant energy return for femoral amputees as well as for tibial.

The 1C40, Otto-Bock foot

It consists of a C-shaped carbon ring , a carbon plantar blade that is attached at its lower base and a hard heel corner that transmits power from the ground to the  C ring . The whole is covered with a soft cosmetic shell , lightweight and removable.The outstanding feature of this foot is that it closely resembles the human foot  through its distortion in dorsal and plantar flexion through  its eversion movements - inversion (on uneven terrain) and its torque on the horizontal plane (rotating on itself).Thus, the sequence of steps is very natural and the energy return is excellent while maintaining comfort.It's a foot that is ideal for dynamic or very dynamic individuals.There are now three versions of hardness, which can serve a wider range of patients, and find the most accurate adaptation.
The foot arch and the available settings do not permit wearing a heel larger than 25mm.Its weight, quite light, is not felt thanks to the energy returned.Its aesthetic is rather successful, and its soft cosmetic cover does not impose strict forms of shoe.It is not appropriate for intensive sport use, but allows the practice of leisure sports (tennis, table tennis, jogging, ...)
Lower Limbs - Thigh Femoral Prostheses - Class II Foot - Sureflex III

Sureflex III