Slim ¾ Length Leather Orthotic – This slim-but-supportive orthotic provides gentle support of the heel, arch and forefoot. Our orthotic allows the necessary movement your feet and lower extremity need while providing support. Our semi-rigid “Relax-Flex” technology supports the arch of the feet while a metatarsal pad raises the forefoot and balls of the feet gently to prevent friction while supporting your entire gait cycle. The breathable, hand-tanned leather will reduce heat accumulation and last longer. Our stain resistant leather looks great and feels even better.
Slim enough to be worn in your shoe without the heel popping out the back as you will experience with many thicker devices. Many who wear custom orthotics realize that they need the Slim device for times when they are wearing their dress shoes. The heel post on most custom orthotics takes up too much space in the shoe and the heel will ride to high in the back if they are inserted into a dress or low-profile casual shoe. Slim ¾ can be inserted into any shoe; women’s or men’s dress shoes, flat tennis shoes such as Jack Purcell, Van’s or any tennis shoe that needs arch support. “Slim” is easily moved from shoe to shoe or you can adhere it down with our heel dot. Slim is available in Black and Cognac.
Informational/Instructional Video for the Slim 3/4 length Leather Orthotic
Slim ¾ orthotics are just great in loafers or any slip-on shoe. Just slide them into your shoes, and immediately feel the comfort and support.
The orthotic is constructed to lightly support the arch and heel while the metatarsal cushion gently lifts the ball of the foot to decrease pressure.
The luxurious feel of leather reduces friction while providing arch support and control of abnormal motion in the foot that causes pain.
Slim 3/4 is available in both cognac and black leather options, for both men and women’s shoes.
Size Charts and Conversions
In addition, they come in both men’s and women’s sizes, details of which are illustrated below. Conversion to EU sizes and mappings associated mappings are depicted in the chart