Every year, stroke leaves many disabled people who need rehabilitation to recover lost movements and return to a normal live. Exoskeletons are becoming a very powerful tool to help clinicians improve this rehabilitation process. This paper presents a robotic platform aimed to assist overground gait training for disabled people. It’s a six degree of freedom device and has been designed for different control strategies. A first trial with a healthy subject showed that it can replicate a normal gait pattern for walk assistance. Further investigation will evaluate the device with stroke patients in rehabilitation and make a comparison between different robotic therapies.