Footplates, Options from Horton Click

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Horton Technology Inc. introduces the new Horton Click" footplates and two new click options. The footplates are made with thicker plastic and ribbed for strength. Due to the increased thickness, the Markell screw will no longer work. Markell shoes are still recommended, but now when you order a Horton Click, screws for the thicker plate will be provided. Metal footplates are also now available for the older children. Another addition to the Horton Click family is the ten-degree kicker. The ten-degree kicker holds the shoe in ten degrees of dorsiflexion and is available at no additional cost.

Horton Technology Inc.

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