Triton prosthetic feet



1C60 Triton

The versatile carbon prosthetic foot – perfect for meeting the needs of active users

Thanks to its unique design, the Triton gives you a harmonious and natural gait pattern due to the especially good rollover function. The prosthetic foot also provides stability, safety and good control on uneven surfaces – with excellent wearer comfort.

Triton Vertical Shock 1C61

Increased shock absorption and torsion capability – for perceptible relief of the residual limb and improved stability for high activity

The Triton Vertical Shock has good shock absorption and torsion capability in addition to the benefits of the Triton product line. The forces acting on the residual limb while walking, running and especially during intense sports activities are noticeably reduced. The foot thus gives you reliable support, even under extreme loads.

Triton Harmony 1C62

The highly functional and compact prosthetic foot with integrated Harmony vacuum technology

Like the Vertical Shock, the Triton Harmony has additional shock absorption. Furthermore, the Harmony vacuum system improves adhesion between the residual limb and prosthesis. This close connection results in improved proprioception and additional safety in any situation. The vacuum function also helps stabilise the residual limb volume.

1C63 Triton Low Profile

Triangular technology – for an especially low structural height

With the Triton Low Profile, you can benefit from the dynamic response and flexibility of the Triton feet when there is only limited structural height available to integrate the foot. Using a titanium adapter and corrosion-resistant screws makes the foot extremely resilient as well as waterproof.

1C64 Triton Heavy Duty

For particularly challenging conditions – at work or play

The Heavy Duty has a higher load limit for very active users. Ottobock recommends the highly robust Heavy Duty for extreme requirements on the job and in leisure activities, when it comes into contact with water or moisture or needs to withstand high loads. Corrosion-resistant metal parts and screws make this foot waterproof as well.


Benefits at a glance

Absorbing impacts

At heel strike when walking with the Triton, the prosthetic foot has enough spring travel for good shock absorption. This relieves strain on your joints and back.

Walk harmoniously

The energy stored by the triangular spring system at heel strike is gradually released in the gait phase. Rollover is effortless and your gait pattern is natural and harmonious.

Harmonious standing

The Triton's interconnected spring system is flexible. Despite its mobility, the foot has a nearly neutral response to shifts in body weight. Your stance is stable and relaxed.

Variable stride length

Short, rapid steps or a long stride – the forefoot section is segmented and the load-bearing length of the foot extends into the big toe. You benefit from a powerful transition to the swing phase and are able to vary your strides – just as it suits you.

Fast direction changes

The split forefoot section provides the required control, also on uneven terrain – for example on cobblestone streets in the city or in the forest. Even sudden changes in direction, which are often needed during sports, are no problem with the Triton prosthetic feet.

Sports and everyday life

Fast changes in direction when playing tennis, high jumps at the basketball hoop, hiking on uneven trails, a sprint to catch the bus or standing for long periods of time at work: The Triton is ideal for many different everyday situations and also for sports activities.

Separate big toe

Naturally you want to wear nice shoes, even with the prosthesis, and not have your selection excessively restricted. That is why all footshells for the Triton prosthetic feet have an abducted big toe, so that you can wear fashionable flip-flops in summer or at the pool. In addition to the normal shape, the footshell is also available in a slim version suitable for higher heels.

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FAQ

  • Can I participate in sports with the prosthetic feet?

    Yes, the Triton prosthetic feet are suitable for common sports such as jogging, ball sports and cycling. Providing added shock absorption, the Triton Vertical Shock and Triton Harmony are especially well suited for sports that involve jumping and fast movements.

  • Can I use the Triton feet as part of a transfemoral prosthesis?

    Yes, the Triton feet are suitable for all amputation levels.

  • Who will select the right Triton foot for me?

    Your orthopaedic technician will make the right choice together with you. Discussing this together is important in order to find out how you use your foot in everyday life – so that you will find the best individual fitting solution for you.

  • Are the Trion feet waterproof?

    Both the Triton Low Profile and the Triton Heavy Duty are equipped with titanium adapters. Corrosion-resistant screws and metal components are used. As a result, these feet are not damaged by fresh or salt water. However, the feet should always be cleaned and dried after contact with water or sand.

  • Do I need a new prosthesis to use the Triton?

    No, the Triton can be integrated into new as well as existing modular prosthesis systems without any problem, provided the structural height is sufficient. It is connected using an integrated adapter. If you want to use a Triton Harmony, your socket must be fabricated according to the requirements for the Harmony system.

  • Do I need to wear special shoes with the Triton?

    No, the Triton is delivered with a footshell that is based on the shape of a natural foot. A slim footshell is also available for use with shoes with a slight heel rise. Both versions allow you to wear thong sandals.

  • Can I try out a Triton foot?

    Yes, just talk to your orthopaedic technician.