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Used for custom functional orthoses, ProLab graphite is extremely thin and lightweight with variable rigidity within the shell for localized strength in high-force areas. Orthoses made with this material are intended to fit in low-volume footwear such as dress shoes and footwear used for cycling, soccer, skating and skiing.

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