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    Terrain Foot

    The Terrain foot by College Park offers comfort and anatomical ankle motion with energy return in a low-profile design. Utilizing tri-axial technology expertise, it features a carbon fiber base and permanent bumpers for a responsive experience in various activities. Versatile and service-free, the Terrain ensures comfort during low to high-impact tasks, making it an ideal choice for navigating life's challenges with ease.
    Products specifications
    Functional Level K3
    Features Torsion, Multi-axial
    Patient Maximum Weight (kg) 165
    Waterproof Waterproof
    Mount Endo
    Build Height 86 - 90mm
    Warranty 36 Months
    Product Weight 815g
    Size Range 21 - 30cm
    Product Files
    Document Title Description
    Terrain Foot Instructions for Use Download
    Terrain Foot Brochure Download
    Terrain Foot Order Form Download
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    Key Features
    Terrain Meets the Sea
    Terrain Meets the Sea

    Designed and tested for corrosion resistance, the Terrain has been approved for submersion in the ocean and chlorinated pools. This foot is built to perform well and maintain high quality in different wet environments.

    Service-Free Design
    Service-Free Design

    User friendly for patients and clinicians, the Terrain is designed to keep users on the go. The permanent bumpers inside the ankle housing eliminate the need to disassemble the foot and replace urethane parts. The structural and soft components have undergone extensive quality testing for longevity and durability.

    Balanced Energy & Comfort
    Balanced Energy & Comfort

    With a high weight limit, internal permanent bumpers, and a dynamic carbon fiber base, this foot can perform well during everyday activities and high-impact sports. The low-profile Terrain may also feel more natural to the user because of its anatomical ankle positioning and pivot point. 

    Technical Specifications
    Terrain Foot
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