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Renegade® and Renegade® LP

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Original Z-Shock Technology™ Only one line of shock devices in the world has patented Z-Shock Technology™. Thinking Z means exceptional vertical shock deflection and comfort. But Z innovation goes further. Through active tibial progression, energy is absorbed and redirected, helping an amputee walk or run smoothly and confidently at any speed. Add to this a 100% carbon-fiber shock design of the Renegade prosthetic foot and the result is a durable, maintenance-free device that’s 1/3 the weight of traditional shock feet. As a result, amputees are able to walk farther and faster, expending less energy.

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•Patented Z-Shock Technology is engineered to deliver a smooth gait at any speed, resulting in a comfortable walking foot that can also stand up to high impact forces
•All-carbon z-shaped heel is durable and maintenance free
•Less than 1/3 the weight of traditional shock foot products, reducing socket pistoning and fatigue
•Optional standard height (RS1) or low profile (RS6) configuration

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Sizes: 22-31cm (Sandal toe option available sizes 22-28cm)
User Weight Rating: 365 lbs. (166kg)
Stiffness Categories: 1-9
Build Height (averages): Renegade 5.8″;
Renegade LP 4.4″ (25cm, cat. 4)
Product Weight (averages): Renegade 358g;
Renegade LP 337g (25cm, cat. 4)
Connector: Integral male pyramid
Heel Height: 3/8″ (10 mm)
Warranty: 36 months

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Renegade® and Renegade® LP Product Videos

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Jeremy Harris

At the age of 18, Jeremy Harris was injured in an industrial accident. Several thousand pounds of steel fell on top of him, crossing over his left foot leading him to amputation just five inches below his knee. As a highly active young man, Jeremy thought life would never be the same. Looking for different types of feet to enable him to do the activities he loved was critical to saving his livelihood. When Jeremy was fitted finally with the Renegade, he realized life could go on. The quick response and vertical shock motion allowed him to resume playing basketball, running, racing all-terrain ...

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