The first fully integrated lower limb system where the foot and knee continuously talk to each other to optimise performance.
Personal trainer, model, film extra and motivational human being. Jack wears Linx because he’s busy with all of his life’s projects.
Jack has total confidence on ramps because the toe moves down securely onto the surface and the whole limb becomes more supportive so that he can safely walk step over step even on the steepest ramps.
The ramp assist feature in Linx softens the toe action and stiffens the heel so that knee flexion is easy and the limb supports Jack for comfortable ascent.
Jack’s engagement with his clients as a personal trainer involves lots of walking over gym mats and obstacles; Linx facilitates surefooted steps whether he is moving forwards or backwards.
The active alignment in Linx means that good postural symmetry is encouraged with less back pain resulting from unnecessary compensatory movements.