1st Phase White Frelen EVA Moulded Insoles MILD ARCH SUPPORT

1st Phase White Frelen EVA Moulded Insoles MILD ARCH SUPPORT

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Description

Description

Basic white EVA insole with soft grey towelling cover that can be used as either a basic replacement insole or modified with wedges and components for a more custom device.

Features:

  • Cost effective orthotic solution when used in conjunction with Podotech components.
  • Can be used individually as a replacement sports insole
  • Flat base makes it an easy surface to adapt with wedging
  • Provides the opportunity for fast yet effective patient turnaround
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UK Insoles Price: £4.20

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The 1st Phase White Frelen EVA Moulded Insoles MILD ARCH SUPPORT is shown in Full Length Insoles , EVA Insoles , Pre-fabricated Orthotics.

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Kath Watson
Reviewed On: 09/05/2021
5 out of 5
Excellent, been using them for many year

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Delivery is free to all mainland UK destinations. We aim to despatch your order within 24 hours of receipt and most orders are delivered in 14 to 21 days. We will notify you when you may expect delivery and keep you updated.

Fitting your Foot Orthotics

1.Decide if you need to remove the current insole or simply line the new insole on top of the old one. Try placing the new insole on top of the old temporarily and try the shoe on; remove the original insole if the shoe feels too tight with both. Also pull out the old one if it is loose, falling apart or smelly, or if recommended by the manufacturer of the new insole. If the original is glued in and needs to be removed, pull back the toe end and carefully peel out the insole.

2.Use the original insole as a template to trace and trim the new insole if the new insole doesn't quite fit or curls up a bit. Use a marker to trace and scissors to trim. Take off only the necessary amount, as you want a snug fit.

3.It is not necessary to glue the replacement insole, but if desired, apply a thin, even coat of shoe glue or bicycle tube repair glue to the bottom of the insoles. Do not glue all the way to the edges. Leave about an inch of space. Put the insoles in place and smooth down with your hands while applying light pressure.

Care for your Foot Orthotics

Clean your insoles at least once per fortnight to reduce bacterial growth using a damp soapy cloth and allow to dry naturally in the air.

During the night, remove your insoles from the shoes to allow a natural drying process.