1C68 Triton side flex
Reference number 1C68
Type of foot Mechanic
User Weight Capacity 125 kg
Your will. Your way.

The 1C68 Triton side flex was developed for ambitious users who place high value on an uncompromising response during high-impact activities. The prosthetic foot convinces with its unique degree of controlled and easy side-to-side m-l* flexibility. It ensures immediate adaptation and safe, full ground contact on uneven terrain and sideways slopes. The same is true in situations where the user needs to move about in confined spaces, for instance, or stands with their legs apart. This reduces the compensatory movements or sideward tilting moments in the socket, which users frequently find to be disruptive.

  • Comfortable adaptation for an enhanced feeling of safety
  • Powerful, dynamic rollover
  • Energetic walking
  • Supports agile movements

(* m-l or medial-lateral describes the foot’s capacity for rotation in the frontal plane. The technical terms are inversion, in which the inner edge of the foot is lifted and eversion, in which the outer edge of the foot is lifted.)

Product information

* Reference size is 26 cm.

Mobis level
Activity-Level MG3,
Sizes 22–30 cm
Footshell Slim version with 15 +/- 5 mm heel height [22–27 cm], normal version with 10 +/- 5 mm heel height [24–30 cm]
Weight without footshell* 585 g
Weight with footshell* 805 g
System height with normal footshell* 86 mm
Type of foot Mechanic
Feature Dual carbon springs,
Terrain conformance,
Heel wedge options,
10° m-l flexibility
User Weight Capacity 125 kg

Please read the 1C68 instructions for use regarding potentially excluded combinations of configurations with Ottobock structural components.

1C68 Triton side flex
22 cm
1C68 Triton side flex
23 cm
1C68 Triton side flex
24 cm
1C68 Triton side flex
25 cm
1C68 Triton side flex
26 cm
1C68 Triton side flex
27 cm
1C68 Triton side flex
28 cm
1C68 Triton side flex
29 cm
1C68 Triton side flex
30 cm
up to 55 kg 1 1 1 1 1
56–75 kg 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2
76–100 kg 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
101–125 kg 4 4 4 4 4 4