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Firm EVA Topcover

Firm EVA Topcover

  • Description: Closed-foam single layer material. (70 durometer)
  • Advantages: Long-lasting, resistant to tearing, very rigid so it slides into shoes very easily, works well as a heel lift, aperture or when a rigid forefoot extension is necessary
  • Disadvantages: Very little cushion, some patients find it hot with increased friction compared to other materials. Overall, it is an excellent material for creating accommodations, but is not a particularly comfortable topcover.

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