Terion – momentum, robustness and lightness in everyday life

Terion – ready to conquer the day

Reclaiming everyday life step by step – work, family, friends and recreational activities.

In order to rise to everyday challenges and retain your inner balance, the thing you need most is confidence: in your own abilities, and in the prosthesis that supports you in daily life. Thanks to its combination of select materials, the 1C10 Terion caters perfectly to the needs of users with a moderate activity level. Carbon fibre not only makes the Terion lightweight and durable, but is also responsible for its favourable energy return. The foamed heel ensures a stable heel strike and comfortable rollover. This is ideal when you want to tackle everyday life with all its facets again.

Aluminium adapter

Durable and lightweight.

Heel foam

The heel, made of functional foam, allows for a safe and comfortable heel strike. The user benefits from a smooth rollover and moderate mediolateral flexibility.

Carbon spring

The carbon spring provides good forefoot stability and an efficient energy return. The split forefoot spring also provides stability when walking and standing – including on uneven surfaces.



  • Who is the Terion foot suitable for?

    The Terion foot is suitable for users with moderate mobility (MOBIS 2-3). It enables users to return to work and take part in recreational activities. Thanks to its flexibility, the foot is also suitable for walking on uneven terrain – both in urban and in rural areas. It enables a largely natural rollover and good energy return as well as secure and controlled movement patterns. Thanks to its low weight, the Terion is comfortable to wear and makes walking and standing easier in everyday situations.

  • How is the Terion different from other prosthetic feet?

    Unlike conventional prosthetic feet such as dynamic feet or the SACH foot, the Terion features a combination of carbon fibre material with a foam heel. This provides comfortable, cushioning heel characteristics without having to forgo extended forefoot dynamics.

  • Is the Terion suitable for sports?

    The Terion is suitable for everyday tasks and normal recreational activities, but not for for high performance sports.

  • Can the Terion foot also be used as part of an above-the-knee prosthesis?

    Yes! The Terion is suitable for all amputation levels that permit the corresponding structural height. The Terion foot works particularly well with Ottobock mechanical and microprocessor-controlled knee joints.

  • Is there a version of the Terion for me?

    The Terion is available in a range of sizes from 22 to 28 cm, suitable for body weights of up to 125 kg. The 22–23 cm sizes are delivered with a narrow footshell while the 24–28 cm foot sizes are supplied with a normal footshell. Both footshells can be ordered in either beige or light brown.

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

    No. The Terion can be integrated into new as well as existing modular prosthesis systems without any problem, provided there is sufficient structural height. It is connected using the integrated adapter.

  • How is the Terion foot integrated into my prosthesis?

    Your O&P professional will advise you and select, order and install the most suitable prosthetic foot for you. He or she possesses the necessary technical expertise and equipment required to install and adjust the Terion foot.

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

    No. The Terion is delivered with a footshell that is based on the shape of a natural foot. Regardless of your foot shape, the heel height of 5 mm also enables you to walk barefoot.

  • Is the Terion foot waterproof?

    The Terion prosthetic foot is resistant against splashed water. The foot should always be cleaned with fresh water and then dried after contact with water or sand.

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