The Clearly Adjustable Heel Lift and Shoe lifts are helpful for correcting leg length discrepancy, achilles tendonitis, Achilles heel pain, running and walking gait correction, and other therapeutic needs. Adjusts to 12mm in 1mm steps.
The Clearly Adjustable®
heel lift delivers maximum comfort and minimum visibility. A firm lift designed for maximum comfort, it conforms to your shoe and foot, and provides just the right height to the millimeter. The maximum height of the lift is 12mm (approx 1/2 inch).
It's also great for sandals
, including strappy fashion footwear, as the transparent material makes it nearly invisible.
Mix and match the sizes you need to get quantity discounts.
In the past, adjustable heel lifts were made with foam, only allowing for a maximum height of 3/8 inch and 1/8 inch adjustability. New patented technology allows for 1mm adjustments, providing the ultimate in customization to fit a wider range of needs. By peeling and replacing 1mm layers, the lift’s height is adjustable from 2 to 12mm and can be easily trimmed to achieve optimal fit.
Placed under the insole, the multi-layered material quickly molds to foot and shoe, so both shoes fit and feel alike. The lift creates no additional bounce or heel motion in the shoe, unlike foam rubber or gel materials, and will not compress in use. The lift will quickly form itself to fit shoes with a heel indent. This firm but conformal behavior makes the Clearly Adjustable lift ideal for sports uses such as running or golf.
Each lift can provide up to a half inch lift, or the lift can be manipulated down to the millimeter to provide customized solutions such as varus/valgus wedging
, or can allow for staged introduction of heel-lift height for gradual accommodation by the user.
The Clearly Adjustable shoe lift is easily cleaned and can be adjusted for more or less height at any time, making it ideal for staged introduction.
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.More information on heel lifts and their use in improving Leg Length Inequality and Low Back Pain, or how to determine your need for one.