Tri-Laminate Diabetic Insoles, 3-Pack

Quick Overview

Tri-laminate construction with formable 20 Shore A EVA top cover layer for total contact support and firm, 40 Shore A EVA base. Lightweight, durable and heat formable to provide an anatomical mold of the foot. Easy to trim and fit in most diabetic shoes. HCPCS A5512 Approved.

Size Chart
  • Tri-laminate construction with formable Shore A EVA top cover layer
  • PORON® Cushioning
  • Firm 40 Shore A EVA base
  • Lightweight, durable and heat formable
  • Longitudinal arch support and deep heel cup
  • HCPCS A5512 Approved
  • Sold as 3 pair/pack
  • Total contact comfort and support
  • Provides an anatomical mold of the foot to stabilize the foot and provide pressure relief
  • Easy to trim and fits in most diabetic shoes
  • Formable 20 Shore A EVA top cover, 1/8”, Peach
  • Middle PORON® Cushion, 1/6”, Blue
  • Firm 40 Shore A EVA base, 3/16”, Tan
  • Full length total contact insole


Indications: Individuals in danger of skin breakdown or ulcerations due to diabetes or lack of sensation in extremities; Those with sensitive feet, foot pain or arthritis.

Ideal Shoe Type: Diabetic or therapeutic shoes


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