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Interpod Flex Length - High Arch (8)


Interpod Flex Length - High Arch (8) 

Pharmacy Item: Available only to HPC registered practitioners.



The Interpod Flex is a great alternative to custom made orthotics. Made from durable Polypropylene, the Flex range is available in 3 arch heights.


  • Eliminates pronation moments about the subtalar joint created by the lateral heel cup.
  • Supplied with optional self adhesive covers.
  • 3/4 length.
  • Rear Foot Wedge.
  • Cuboid Notch.
  • Plantar Fascial Groove to help decrease arch irritation.
  • Shank Independent.
  • Polypropylene integral posting over the subtalar joint axis.


  • Two pairs of top covers supplied as standard (Full and ¾ length).
  • Polypropylene is very easy to grind and adjust.
  • Easy to attach additions with contact glue.
  • Heat mouldable.
  • Extremely durable.
  • Flexible shell provides comfort and shock attenuation.
  • Thin, light, slim fit for comfort in all shoes.

sold in pairs.

The Interpod self-adhesive EVA top covers come as standard with all ‘Interpod Flex’ orthotics.
•  Self-adhesive, full length top cover AND 3/4 Length cover in the pack.
•  High quality 3mm EVA used.
•  Quick return foam base.
•  Removable first ray addition (full length only).
•  Easy to adhere additions.

Top covers included in the pack:

The Interpod Black, non-branded self-adhesive EVA top covers come as standard with all ‘Interpod Flex’ orthotics.
Note to existing users: Due to feedback the RED 1st Met pad has been removed for the full length cover. 



Supporting' the Foot with Interpod Orthotics

Craig Payne


Effect of Interpod and Custom Orthoses on Plantar Loading of the 1st Metatarsophalangeal Joint During Gait M. 

Backhouse I C.J. Bowen I Alison Mitchel

School of Health Professions & Rehabilitation Services, University of Southampton. (2015).
Craig Payne I Matthew Oates I Alison Mitchel
Australasian Journal of Podiatric Medicine. (2001); Vol 36, No.1 : 7-12
Joanne Paton I Elizabeth Stenhouse I Ray Jones I Graham Bruce
The Diabetic Foot Journal Vol 10, No. 3 (2007)



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