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Horseshoe Pad

Horseshoe Pad

An oval, concave, or horseshoe shaped Poron pad that creates a depression in the heel area of the orthotic shell. It is positioned plantar to the medial tubercle of the calcaneus and is used to offweight this area and increase shock absorption.

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