WillowWood DuraWalk

The DuraWalk provides multi-axial function for the user, thanks to its integrated toe pad, urethane heel and foot shell design. The flexible toe spring allows for a smooth gait cycle while providing stability on uneven terrain. With the interchangeable heel densities, the foot can be customised to the patient needs.

Features and benefits

  • Highly flexible toe spring
  • Up to 160kg weight limit
  • Multi-axial function
  • Comes with three urethane heel density options

Recommendations for use

  • Designed for low activity users, and even suitable for those in the higher weight classes up to 160kg who require greater adaption to uneven terrain. The foot can be customised for each patient at the point of ordering and then tuned to the patient’s gait pattern in clinic by adjusting the heel bumpers.

If you want to order a footshell, this must be done separately. You can generate the product number by scrolling down and requesting it at the tab ‘Footshell ordering information’

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Additional information




Composite and Urethane

Activity level

K2, K3

Impact level

Low, Moderate

Functional options

Heavy duty, Lightweight foot, Low build height, Uneven ground adaptation

Activity options

Indoor comfort, Outdoor / urban environment

Weight rating (KG)


Heel height (mm)


Foot shell

Buff, Tan, Medium brown


23/24, 25/26, 27/28, 29/30

Category weight

1 – 0-68kg, 2 – 69-90kg, 3 – 91-113kg, 4 – 114-136kg, 5 – 137-160kg

Weight Limit Max



Build HeightWeightActivity LevelWeight LimitCosmesis (Foot)Proximal AdaptorSizes AvailableWarrantyIncludesTrial Option
70mm502gK2 and K3160kgTan
Integrated titanium male pyramid23-30cm12 months
  • To order a complete foot please order foot and the foot shell.

  • A black spectra sock is included with the foot shell.
30 days

Foot Shell ordering information

You can order replacement foot shells for the DuraWalk seperately using the code generator below and speaking to our customer service team.



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