Aortha EVA Foam Sheets - A35 - Med-Low Density - 1000 x 1000mm

Soft EVA Foam Sheets designed to provide optimal support and comfort for orthotic applications. Also has uses in costume design and everyday workshop applications.

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Aortha EVA Foam Sheets - Med-Low Density

When it comes to orthotic materials, Aortha EVA Foam Sheets in A35 Med-Low Density are a standout choice. The unique properties of this EVA foam material make it a top pick for custom orthotic manufacturing, prosthetic linings and everyday costume or prop design.

Aortha, known for its quality orthotic supplies, offers a range of foam products. This A35 density foam provides the perfect balance between support and comfort, making it ideal for various applications.

With different thickness options available, Aortha's EVA foam sheets allow for precise fabrication to meet specific requirements. Whether you are crafting custom orthotics or seeking reliable podiatry insole linings, the Aortha EVA range delivers on both quality and performance.

Aortha EVA Foam Sheets - A35 - Med-Low Density.


  • Medium-Low Density, Extremely Versatile: A35 EVA foam is one of the world’s most commonly used foam products in Orthotics, Prosthetics, and Footwear manufacture.

  • Material for Orthotic Linings and Insole Covers: Aortha EVA serves as an excellent material for orthotic linings and insole covers.

  • Customisable: Can be heat-molded to fit individual foot contours.

  • Retains Shape and Reflects Body Heat: A35 EVA retains its shape well, reflects body heat, and boasts an impressive lifespan.

  • Toxic-Free and Washable: Skin-friendly and easy to maintain.

  • Grindable and Fine Sandable: Allows for precise adjustments.


  • Comfort and Support: Provides cushioning and support due to its softness.

  • Easy to Work With: Lightweight and easy to fabricate.

  • Ideal for Orthotic Linings: Suitable for creating comfortable linings in custom orthotics.

  • Versatile Applications: Used in various footwear components.

Common Uses:

  • Orthotic Linings: Used as a lining material for custom orthotics.

  • Insole Covers: Enhances comfort and cushioning in insoles.

  • Footwear Components: Suitable for various components in footwear manufacturing.

  • Costume and Prop Design: Used in theatres and by prop makers.

Aortha EVA Foam Sheets offer a balance of comfort, versatility, and customisation.

This skin friendly foam is toxic-free, washable, heat mouldable, grindable and can be fine sanded to create an exceptional finish.

Aortha EVA has good thermal properties and softer grades are comfortable and unlikely to breakdown or bottom out. The MLD material has a shore A value of 35, making it a versatile choice when both comfort and low level support is required, and the neutral colour makes it ideal for top covers and linings that will be visable.

Shore A: A35
Density: 0.20 g/cm³
Sheet size: 940 x 900mm

Heating Guide:

The ideal temperature for thermo-moulding Aortha EVA depends on the material thickness and hardness.

The standard principles would be:

Shore A25-A35 and 15mm EVA material: 100-130ºC temperature during 30 to 90 seconds exposure.

It is important to indicate the aforementioned conditions should be adjusted according to the following patterns:

The thinner the material the lower the temperature or the exposure timing. The only effective way to determine heating times based on variable thickness and sheet size, is to test in stages based on the above guidelines.

The heat source is also important; a direct infrared radiation will be much more aggressive than heating a piece with a circulating air system, meaning the temperature should be adjusted accordingly. Again, test in stages as per above.

In general, EVA copolymers should not be extruded hotter than 200°C since degradation may occur.

Degradation products include the elimination of acetic acid, which can account for a “vinegar” odour and corrosion of some materials.