The step by step process behind the Cobra9 Pro

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Step 1.

After making an appointment with one of our approved practitioners, a thorough history is taken regarding foot pain, shoe type and riding type.  The Podiatrist then conducts a full biomechanical assessment and a foot impression is taken.

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Step 2.

The prescription and feet are then forwarded to head office in Brisbane where the feet are poured and set out by our Head Podiatrists.

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Step 3.

The foot moulds are assessed and modified to provide a suitable platform as requested by the referred Podiatrist under the direction of our Head Podiatrists.  All modifications and additions are performed by either Nathan or David from Cobra9.

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Step 4.

The foot moulds are vacuum pressed with carbon blanks to form a shell.

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Step 5.

The rough Cobra9 Pro shells are trimmed to size and modified dependant on the shoe type and size.

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Step 6.

The carbon shell is covered with a Cobra9 Pro EVA top cover.  The top cover and base layer is modified with any required additions including domes and cut outs.

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Step 7.

The Cobra9 Pro is cut back to the required shoe size and balanced.

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Step 8.

The pair of Cobra9 Pro devices are posted out to the approved practitioner for final fitting. Turnover time is usually 10 working days.

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