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Products...Sport

Polypropylene, graphite or EVA or crepe shell with top cover type and shell flexibility varied according to the design specific to the sports activity noted.  These devices are tailored to the high-level or professional athlete.  Graphite composite shells may be substituted for an added charge on those devices where it is not standard.


 

 

Aerobic

Polypropylene shell with EVA filler, and 1/16 PPT bottom cover and extension. Lateral arch is skived to reduce bulk in aerobic shoes. Extrinsic rearfoot posts are standard and are undercut 10 degrees. Normal posting values and heel seat depth. A 1/8 heel lift is standard.

Ballet-Dance

A medium-density EVA shell to sulcus is used to provide flexibility and shock absorption. Further flexibility is added to the sulcus area with the addition of plantar flex grooves to the shell. A first ray cutout filled with soft Plastazote is added to provide added mobility to the first ray. Rearfoot posting is ground into the shell. Synthetic suede top cover.

Basketball

Polypropylene shell with PPT filler and 1/16 PPT top and bottom covers to aid in shock absorption. A deep heel seat and lower standard posting values with undercut omitted are used to control the foot during lateral motion while limiting the potential for ankle sprains.

Cyclist

Advanced graphite composite shell with 1/16 PPT and vinyl top cover heel to toes. The shell is narrowed and the extrinsic rearfoot post is ground into the shell and undercut 30 degrees in order to reduce bulk. A compressible forefoot post to sulcus provides enhanced forefoot control while pedaling. A synthetic suede bottom cover is added to the forefoot for enhanced durability.

General Sport

Polypropylene shell with crepe extrinsic rearfoot posting, intrinsic forefoot posting and vinyl top cover to mets.  Standard heel seat depth.  For semi-flexible to semi-rigid control levels.

 

Golf

Black crepe shell with 1/16 PPT from heel to toe. Rearfoot posting is ground into the shell. A first ray cutout is added to the shell and filled with white Plastazote. This flexible shell combined with the first ray cutout allows the pivot foot to go through the extreme range of motion needed to complete a golf swing, yet it provides a reasonable level of control in-shoe while walking.

 

Marathoner

Polypropylene shell with extrinsic rearfoot post, arch filler for shock absorption, and compressible forefoot posting to provide forefoot control in the propulsive phase. A deep heel seat is added to help control lateral motion.

Runner's Mould

Black crepe shell to sulcus, with a Thermocork longitudinal arch filler to mets.  1/16 PPT top cover from heel to toe.  Extrinsic rearfoot posting is ground into the shell.  This device is designed as a light-weight, shock-absorbing competition device for high level runners.
 

Ski-Skate

Polypropylene shell with 1/8 white Plastazote extension to toes, allowing the toes to better grip the device. The shell is narrowed, the heel seat is kept shallow and the rearfoot post receives a proximal knockoff to help reduce bulk. Extrinsic rearfoot posts are standard and are undercut 30 degrees. A pull tab is added to the device to facilitate easy removal from ski or skate boots. A synthetic suede bottom cover is added to the forefoot to increase durability.

Soccer-Rugby

Polypropylene shell narrowed on both sides and ground very thin in the heel to allow a proper fit in low-volume shoes. A deep heel seat is used to control lateral motion. A 1/8 crepe extension with a first ray cutout filled with Plastazote is added to address the extensive use of the forefoot in these sports.

Sprinter

Polypropylene shell narrowed on both sides and ground very thin in the heel to allow a good fit in low-volume shoes. A standard heel seat depth is used. A crepe compressible forefoot post to sulcus with a first ray cutout filled with Plastazote is added to address the extensive use of the forefoot in sprinting.

Tennis-Racquetball

Polypropylene shell with extrinsic rearfoot post and 1/8 PPT extension to toes.  The device is posted less aggressively in the rearfoot and the rearfoot post is not undercut in order to account for the extensive lateral motion in this sport.  In addition, the extension receives a synthetic suede bottom cover to increase resistance to the wear caused by the shear forces common in tennis.

 
 
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