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The SaeboStep consists of a lightweight, uniquely designed foot drop brace that provides convenience and comfort while offering optimum foot clearance and support during walking.

The SaeboStep was designed to replace uncomfortable, stiff, or bulky splints that go inside the shoe as well as poorly manufactured braces designed for outside of the shoe that lack support and durability.


Stylish. Safe. Sturdy.

SaeboStep Features & Benefits

Key Ingredients


Strong durable spectra cord easily slips onto included eyelet attachments and lifts the foot quickly and easily.


The revolutionary BOA dial technology allows individuals to quickly customise the lift angle required for safe foot clearance during walking.


Hook and loop velcro strapping system and nylon buckle secures the device to the ankle.


Conveniently release tension as needed with the simple to use dial technology.

Foot Drop. What is it and how does it affect your recovery?

Foot drop, also known as dropped foot or drop foot, is the inability to raise the front part of the foot due to weakness or paralysis of the muscles that lift the foot (National Institute of Neurological Disorders).

Consequentially, people who have foot drop scuff their toes along the ground; they may also bend their knees to lift their foot higher than usual to avoid the scuffing, which causes what is called a "steppage" gait.

Nerve injury

Most commonly, foot drop is caused by an injury to the peroneal nerve. The peroneal nerve is a branch of the sciatic nerve that wraps from the back of the knee to the front of the shin. Because it sits very close to the surface, it may be damaged easily.

Muscle disorders

Conditions that cause the muscles to progressively weaken or deteriorate may cause foot drop. Disorders may include muscular dystrophy, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (Lou Gehrig’s disease) and polio.

Brain or spinal disorders

Neurological conditions can contribute to foot drop. Conditions may include stroke, multiple sclerosis (MS), cerebral palsy and Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease.

What Causes Foot Drop?

Managing Foot Drop

Recovery depends on the cause of foot drop and how long you’ve had it. In some cases it can be permanent. There are steps you can take to help support your foot and improve walking ability.

Foot Drop Treatment Options Include:

  • Therapy to strengthen your foot, ankle and lower leg muscles
  • Wearing a brace or ankle-foot orthosis to support your foot in a normal positiona
  • Functional electrical stimulation can help lift the foot during mobility
  • Surgery to fuse the ankle or foot bones may be possible in severe or long-term cases

Why use the SaeboStep?

No Laces? No Problem.

The SaeboStep can even be worn comfortably with the majority of male or female shoe styles. Individuals can use their favourite 

shoes by ordering the accessory kit to enable footwear without eyelets to be modified.

Learn how to customise your favourite shoes.