Vasyli Custom Blue Full Length Medium Density Insoles

Vasyli Custom Blue Full Length Medium Density Insoles

Brand/Manufacturer: VASYLI MEDICAL
  • FSA Approved
  • Latex Free

Vasyli Custom Blue Full-Length Medium Density Insoles are designed for an average patient with general orthotic needs to treat pronation and associated medical conditions. The insoles are heat-moldable and have a built-in rearfoot varus angle, a poron tear drop shock dot, and a heel grid to reduce slippage inside a shoe. Patients enjoy fast, effective relief of symptoms at an inexpensive cost.

Vasyli Custom Orthotics Full Length Benefits

  • Provides both durability and solid biomechanical control
  • Aligns your body and feet
  • Improves stability and performance
  • It reduces tiredness and fatigue
  • Patients enjoy fast, effective relief of symptoms at an inexpensive cost

Item # Desc Pkg Reward Price
VAS71FB00 Kids Small Pair $1.38
VAS71FB02 Kids Large Pair $1.38
VAS71FB-XS X-Small Pair $1.38
VAS71FB-S Small Pair $1.38
71F BLUE-Medium Medium Pair $1.45
71F BLUE-Large Large Pair $1.38
VAS71FB-XL X-Large Pair $1.38
71F BLUE-XXL XX-Large Pair $1.38

Vasyli Custom Blue Full Length Insoles Features

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Walking & Everyday Use:

Ideal for walking and everyday use.

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Athletic Use:

Ideal for athletic footwear.

Vasyli + Hoke Benefits

Back, Knee & Heel Pain:

Helps relieve heel, knee, or back pain.

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Custom-fit Shoes:

Designed for custom-fit shoes.

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Designed for men’s and women’s boots.

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Heat moldable for a custom fit.


When to use vasyli custom orthotics?

A person suffering from the below-mentioned lower limb problems may be advised to use foot care insoles.

  • Over-pronation (mild to moderate)
  • Foot, arch, and heel pain
  • Ankle Pain
  • Calluses
  • Hammertoes and claw toe
  • Peripheral neuropathy
  • Bunions
  • Plantar fasciitis heel pain
  • Metatarsalgia
  • Neuroma
  • knee pain
  • Pes cavus

What to buy with Vasyli Orthotics

How to use Vasyli Custom Blue Inserts?

Step 1. Choose The Right Vasyli Insoles

  • First, determine the density required by your patient. Vasyli insoles are available in three different densities - low (green), medium (blue), and high (red) to provide various levels of biomechanical control. Generally, a blue orthotic suffices.

  • Second, choose a style of insole that fits the footwear of your patient. Vasyli insoles come in a full-length style for athletic footwear and boots and ¾ length for regular footwear.

Step 2. Fitting The Vasyli Custom Orthotics

  1. First, check the shoes into which you will fit the orthotic. If the shoe is too badly worn, it must be replaced. If the shoe has some form of thick lining or arch cushion, remove it from the shoe.
  2. Now pick a size of the device that closely fits the contours of the foot. For greater accuracy, simply place the orthotic on foot and see how it compares to the natural contours, making sure the distal edge of the orthotic finishes 5-10 mm behind the bisection of the 1st MPJ.
  3. Fit the device to the extreme back of the shoe and ask the patient to walk around the room for a few steps. If there is no irritation, then allow the patient to wear the orthotic at home.
  4. It may take a few days for the feet of the patient to become accustomed to the orthotic. If any discomfort occurs, have the patient remove them for one or two hours, then replace them and continue to remove and replace them until comfortable.
  5. If the patient is still suffering from initial symptoms after a typical break-in period of 3 to 5 days, you may need to reassess the density of the orthotic and adjust your orthotic prescription. Excessive arch intolerance usually indicates a lack of rearfoot control and additional rearfoot posting may be required.
Fitting the Orthotic

Step 3. Heat Mold The Vasyli Shoe Inserts

  1. After determining the correct density, model, and size, check the patient's footwear and remove any existing innersoles that may interfere with fitting.
  2. Place the orthotic (base up) on a heat-resistant surface. Apply the heat in a waving motion between the 2 Sorbon inserts. Do not concentrate the heat in one spot or along the arch profile as this may damage the product. When the raised lettering of the thermal indicator and the STC disappear, this indicates a molding temperature has been reached (approx. 194F / 90C).
  3. With the patient sitting, place the heated orthotic into one shoe. For maximum comfort, ensure the patient is wearing a sock or stocking.
  4. Place the foot into the shoe. Palpate and hold the foot in the neutral position using the talonavicular technique. Ask the patient to stand with weight evenly distributed on both feet while maintaining the neutral position.
  5. Palpate the shoe, molding it into the arch and around the heel cup. Press down on the forefoot to mold to the last of the shoe.
  6. Ask the patient to sit, controlling the neutral position until fully seated. Remove the orthotic from the patient's shoe and allow it to cool for 5 minutes.
  7. Repeat the process for the other foot.
  8. Check for the correct prescription and add Vasyli orthotic additions or wedges, if necessary.

How to identify the causes of Heel Pain?

  • You may have Bursitis if:
    • Swollen, fed, and warm heel
    • Painful to touch
    • Increasing pain when you stand on tiptoes or bend your foot
    • Increasing pain in the middle bottom of the heel the longer you stand
  • You may have Plantar Fasciitis if:
    • Sharp heel pain along the bottom of the foot
    • Pain occurs on your first few steps when getting out of bed
    • Pain is triggered by standing or getting up from sitting too long
    • The pain improves with continued walking
  • You may have Achilles tendonitis if:
    • Pain and stiffness at the back of the heel
    • Pain worsens with activity
    • Severe pain the day after exercising
    • Persistent swelling that worsens throughout the day with activity
  • You may have Heel Spur if:
    • Sharp pain in the heel when standing up in the morning
    • Dull ache in the heel throughout the day
    • Heat radiating from the area
    • Small, visible bone-like protrusion under the heel



Men's Shoe Size

Women's Shoe Size

Small Kids (SK)

Youth 12-13

Youth 12-13

Kids (K)

1½ - 3

1½ - 4

X-Small (XS)

3½ - 5

4½ - 6

Small (S)

5½ - 7

6½ - 8

Medium (M)

7½ - 9

8½ - 10

Large (L)

9½ - 11

10½ - 12

X-Large (XL)

11½ - 13


XX-Large (XXL)

13½ - 15



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