Prosthetic legs are very expensive, and persons with amputations in developing countries often don’t have access to prosthetic devices. 2ft Prosthetics researches low cost feet to give amputees an affordable option. One of the current designs is made out of layers of PVC. Amputees often complain that the foot is excessively loud during gait. To reduce this, we tested two different designs. One clinic in a developing country reported using an inner tube from a bike tire helped mute the sound. The second design tested used a screw drilled through the toe of the prosthesis to hold the layers of PVC together. To test the feet, we made multiple models of each design and tested them against the original PVC design. These feet were put on our testing fixture that compresses the toe and heel using two pneumatic pistons to simulate walking on the foot. While on the fixture, the sounds from these feet were recorded. We found the original, screw in toe, and tire design produced -27.2 dB, -31.0 dB, and -32.2dB of sound respectively during gait. The inner tube design was also tested for durability against the original design. Durability testing showed no significant difference between the durability of the two designs.