Vasyli Orthotic 3/4 Length Medium Density Insoles
Vasyli Orthotic 3/4 Length Medium Density Insoles Features
The Vasyli Orthotic 3/4 Length Medium Density Insoles are designed to
support the foot by providing additional protection for the foot during
The insoles raise the foot, preventing it from collapsing and protect
against overpronation, most commonly associated with flat footedness.
This reduces the amount of impact shock absorbed by the body from the
pavement and can prevent impact injuries and aches and pain associated
with impact shock.
The Vasyli Orthotic 3/4 Length Medium Density Insole is made of EVA
foam. EVA foam is one of the most effective types of foam for providing
high levels of support and comfort. EVA can be moulded by heat, allowing
the insole to fit around the foot, ensuring an optimal mould.
The insole has a rear foot varus angle in the heel, designed to prevent
the foot from outward angulation during gait. This is useful for people
who have feet that turn outward when walking and can prevent tendonitis
in the knees and pelvis associated with the issue.
The insole also has a poron tear drop shock dot and heel grid that works
to reduce slippage when walking.
The Vasyli Orthotic 3/4 Length Medium Density Insoles are a general use
insole, that will treat most common sources of foot pain. In particular
the insoles are most effective when treating issues associated with
overpronation, commonly caused by flatfootedness as a result of aging.
How are the Vasyli Orthotic 3/4 Length Medium Density Insoles Fitted?
The insoles slip into shoes and do not require additional fixture. The
insoles should fit approximately 3 quarters of the shoe, starting at the
The insoles come in different sizes, to select the most appropriate
size, choose your shoe size from the dropbox on this page.
A 30 day refund policy is included on unused variations of this insole,
if a size needs changing.
The Vasyli Orthotic 3/4 Length Medium Density Insoles package come with
both a left and a right insole.
Consult a physiotherapist if unsure of the most appropriate insole
Stop usage immediately if insoles make the issue worse, however a minor
adjustment period may be required while the insole moulds into place and
the foot gets used to the insole.