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Freedom Innovations Launches All-Terrain Fiberglass Prosthetic Foot

By Business Wire | May 10, 2017

Suited for variable terrains while offering abundant heel energy storage and return.

Freedom Innovations, a global designer and manufacturer of advanced technology lower limb prosthetics, launched the Maverick Xtreme AT, the split-keel version of the lightest fiberglass foot, Freedom Innovations’ original Maverick Xtreme. The new Maverick Xtreme AT is the latest foot in Freedom’s fiberglass portfolio, that is light, durable, and suited for variable terrains while offering abundant heel energy storage and return.
“With today’s introduction of the Maverick Xtreme AT, we have truly advanced fiberglass foot technology to another level beyond the solid keel version, resulting in an all-terrain prosthetic that is light and resilient. The Maverick Xtreme allows amputees to experience a natural freedom and confidence in activities ranging from every day to high-impact,” said David Smith, chairman and CEO, Freedom Innovations. “The Maverick AT comes with all the benefits of Freedom Innovations’ original Maverick Xtreme, plus offers increased ground compliance from the split keel design. It is perfect for users who don’t want to sacrifice comfort and peace of mind during extreme activities as well as everyday life.”
The Maverick AT features include:
  • Split heel/keel design providing 32° coronal motion for better ground compliance and enhanced stability on uneven terrains;
  • A “wave” heel plate that provides excellent heel energy storage and return;
  • Superb durability and flexibility from aerospace grade fiberglass material;
  • Waterproof for water activities;
  • Regular and sandal toe options.
The Maverick fiberglass feet are an addition to Freedom’s carbon fiber offerings for active and athletic amputees, including renowned Agilix and Renegade.

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