Vionic Full Length Orthotics

Vionic Full Length Orthotics

The Vionic Full Length Orthotic Insoles are designed for everyday use and should fit into most types of footwear with removable insoles. Offering full support to the entirety of your foot, Vionic Full Length Orthotic Insoles give full support by providing heel-to-toe foot coverage, an elevated heel, comfortable heel cup and flexible arch support.

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Sizing Information for Vionic Full-Length Insoles

Vionic Full-Length Insoles are available in seven different sizes that should suit most adults. To find your best size, simply match your shoe size to the table below.

To ensure a precise level of fit, we recommend removing the existing insole from your shoes and measuring the length and width at the widest and longest point. Match this width to the dimensions listed below in order to find the pair that will best fit your shoes.

Features of the Vionic Full Length Orthotic Insoles

  • Deep heel cup to maintain correct foot positioning
  • Heel and ball of foot cushioning provides increased shock absorption in high impact areas of the foot
  • Soft anti-microbial top cloth to help keep feet cool and prevent odour
  • 4 degree rearfoot wedge to provide support and help to reduce over pronation

Who Can Benefit From Wearing the Vionic Full Length Orthotic Insoles?

Anyone wanting mild to moderate arch support and some extra comfort within their everyday or active wear shoes can benefit from wearing the Vasyli Vionic Insoles. Those suffering from certain conditions can also benefit from wearing the Vasyli Vionic Insoles, such as Plantar Fasciitis and over pronation. Some causes of Plantar Fasciitis may be from standing for long periods, being over weight, flat arches or over-pronating or from wearing non-supportive shoes. Insoles such as these can help alleviate some of the pain and discomfort of this condition.

Below is a list of all the conditions the Vasyli Vionic Insoles are suitable for.

  • Heel Pain
  • Arch Pain
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Knee pain
  • Back Pain
  • Over-pronation

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