Lateral Sole Wedge Inserts

Lateral Sole Wedges limit supination, or the tendency of the foot to roll to the outside of the shoe. By Myfootshop.com. 1 pair/pkg.
SKU: 958
Manufacturer: MyFootShop.com
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$26.95

Shoe repair shops and orthotics labs long have used lateral sole wedges to limit supination, or the tendency of the foot to roll to the outside of the shoe, but placing a lateral sole wedge in the outside of the shoe requires specialized equipment for sewing heavy leather. The Lateral Sole Wedge Inserts are the do-it-yourself solution. 

Wear Lateral Sole Wedges in any shoes and beneath existing insoles or prescription orthotics. Lateral Sole Wedges limit supination by placing a semi-firm valgus wedge under the entire lateral aspect of the foot. The wedge has a 3 degree forefoot and rearfoot lateral (valgus) post. Made of a dense Poron foam and nylon top cover. Latex-free. May be trimmed to fit.

Small: 10.25" long x 3 3/8" wide
Medium: 11" long x 3 1/2" wide
Large: 11.5" long x 3 5/8" wide
XL: 12" long x 3 3/4" wide
XXL: 12.5" long x 4" wide

Looking for more control of supination?  Check out our heel wedges.  Heel wedges can be used in conjunction with a lateral sole wedge.

Indications - Lateral Sole Wedge Inserts are used in the treatment of ankle instability, ankle sprain, peroneal tendon subluxation, peroneal tendonitis, partial rupture of the peroneal tendons and sinus tarsi syndrome, and supination.  Also indicated for medial compartment knee pain.

Shoe repair shops and orthotics labs long have used lateral sole wedges to limit supination, or the tendency of the foot to roll to the outside of the shoe, but placing a lateral sole wedge in the outside of the shoe requires specialized equipment for sewing heavy leather. The Lateral Sole Wedge Inserts are the do-it-yourself solution. 

Wear Lateral Sole Wedges in any shoes and beneath existing insoles or prescription orthotics. Lateral Sole Wedges limit supination by placing a semi-firm valgus wedge under the entire lateral aspect of the foot. The wedge has a 3 degree forefoot and rearfoot lateral (valgus) post. Made of a dense Poron foam and nylon top cover. Latex-free. May be trimmed to fit.

Small: 10.25" long x 3 3/8" wide
Medium: 11" long x 3 1/2" wide
Large: 11.5" long x 3 5/8" wide
XL: 12" long x 3 3/4" wide
XXL: 12.5" long x 4" wide

Looking for more control of supination?  Check out our heel wedges.  Heel wedges can be used in conjunction with a lateral sole wedge.

Indications - Lateral Sole Wedge Inserts are used in the treatment of ankle instability, ankle sprain, peroneal tendon subluxation, peroneal tendonitis, partial rupture of the peroneal tendons and sinus tarsi syndrome, and supination.  Also indicated for medial compartment knee pain.

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