Standard Diabetic Insert

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4.3 average, based on 6 reviews

$12.71 $11.99

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When to use Diabetic Shoe Inserts: they are smooth and less likely to rip the skin. They are soft which will help prevent skin from cracking. There are generally two types to consider. A flat diabetic insert (Generic) or a custom made diabetic insert (Molded). A diabetic insert is made of a special material that allows the foot to settle downward, into the insert. This allows the pressure points in the foot to settle so that surrounding areas that did not bear weight before, will now, creating a more even weight distribution. This is extremely important to a diabetic because neuropathy can prevent the feeling of pain. Diabetic Inserts have been proven to greatly reduce the development of Diabetic foot complications such as ulcers and lesion’s. When more severe Diabetic Foot Symptoms exist: loss of foot padding, thin skin, sores, Hammer toe, Claw’s Toe, Morton’s Toe, Bunions, Calluses, Red Spots, Blisters, Extreme Foot Neuropath, Diabetic with a Charcot foot, Metatarsal Pain (pain in the ball of the foot), etc., then Custom Molded Inserts should be used. These have been scientifically proven to reduce Metatarsal Pressure by increasing weight distribution and pressure onto the Plantar (Arch) area of the foot. Since they are custom molded to each foot, they supply ample arch support.  There are mixed reviews about relieving pressure stress in the heel area, although they are much thicker and softer than a flat prefabricated diabetic insert and will allow all pressure points to settle further.  That being said, pain is diabetic foot complications generally start in the mid to forefoot area.  

Tri-Laminate - Top layer of Procell EVA to cushion and reduce abrasions. Middle layer of Poron foam to absorb shock, Bottom layer of EVA, Durometer measurement of 40, holds the contour shape of the insert.

Heat Moldable: molds to the foot providing total contact.

Definiton of Standard Diabetic Insert: MULTIPLE DENSITY INSERT, DIRECT FORMED, MOLDED TO FOOT AFTER EXTERNAL HEAT SOURCE OF 230 DEGREES FAHRENHEIT OR HIGHER, TOTAL CONTACT WITH PATIENT'S FOOT, INCLUDING ARCH, BASE LAYER MINIMUM OF 1/4 INCH MATERIAL OF SHORE A 35 DUROMETER OR 3/16 INCH MATERIAL OF SHORE A 40 DUROMETER (OR HIGHER), PREFABRICATED, EACH

* This is our Standard Insert that comes with all of our shoes, an additional arch modifier may be necessary to maintain total contact depending on arch height

If you have foot pain from diabetic symptoms view our Custom Diabetic Inserts

 

Product Code STANDARD DIABETIC INSERT
Manufacturer Stride Lite
Condition New
Weight 1lb

You can save money on this item when you purchase several at a time. The table below shows the minimum quantities required to benefit from this offer, and how much they'll cost.


Quantity Price per unit
1 $12.71
3+ $33.00
6+ $63.00

Customer Reviews

Average Rating: 4.3

comparable

1 2 3 4 5
these are comparable or just the same as I get through the doctor but at 1/3 of the price. (28 Jun 2016, 12:55)

Extra Soft

1 2 3 4 5
These are so soft that I bought some for my husband also and he is not even diabetic. he loves them. (22 Dec 2015, 20:26)

Soft

1 2 3 4 5
I purchased a couple of these when I bought my shoes, I know medicare allows three pairs a year. They have a very smooth service which is nice but when I molded them to my feet the arch support is just not there. There nice but I was hoping for more. (09 Dec 2015, 13:22)

They are diabetic inserts

1 2 3 4 5
I’ve used diabetic inserts for years and these are what you would get from a doctor if you don’t have sores. They are soft and very comfortable. If you are looking for arch support these won’t work, order the custom inserts. (07 Dec 2015, 22:19)

Kind of custom

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I purchased a pair of shoes that came with these insert, thining that if this insert didn't work well I would purchase the custom made insert. Then I found out that this is a moldable insert. Probably not as good as a custom made one but it works fine for me. (22 Nov 2015, 01:29)
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