SILHOUETTE VS

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Silhouette® VS and Silhouette® LP-VS

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Shocking Curb Appeal

The Silhouette VS Prosthetic Foot offers shock absorption and multi-axial ground compliance to soften otherwise unforgiving surfaces. Vertical shock is achieved through a unique foot and sole plate system that facilitates displacement past the urethane pad located at the heel.

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•Vertical shock absorption softens impact at heel strike to provide comfort and preserve residual limb health

•Multi-axial function and +/-15 degrees of inversion/eversion provide excellent ground compliance and stability

•The lightweight, slim-profile design facilitates an easy to achieve cosmetic finish capable of pleasing the most discerning critic

•The carbon fiber sole plate with tri-durometer urethane strips facilitates a biomechanically correct ground reaction force, moving lateral to medial through the foot with each step

•A 365 lb. weight rating makes the Silhouette® VS appropriate for a broad range of low to moderate impact K3 level ambulators

•The choice between 3/8″ and 3/4″ heel heights provides the ability to wear higher heel dress shoes or work boots while maintaining proper prosthetic alignment

•Choose between the full length carbon fiber pylon system and the pre-cut LP design, each pre-assembled with either a female or male adapter to simplify the fitting process

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Target User: Low to moderate impact K3 level ambulators
Sizes: 22-31cm
User Weight Rating: 365 lbs. (166kg)
Stiffness Categories: 1-9
Pylon Options: Full length pylon or LP (low profile, pre-cut)
Connector Kit Types (Choose One): 34mm female tube clamp (ACC-00-123 & ACC-00-124) Male pyramid (ACC-00-196 & ACC-00-124)
Heel Height: 3/8″ (10 mm) or 3/4″ (19 mm)
Optional Accessories: Versa Clamp for pin systems and pylon lengthening (KIT-00-123V)
Knee Pyramid Adapter: ACC-00-195

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