X-Large Foot Impression Boxes

X-Large Foot Impression Boxes for traditional plaster casts or 3D foam box scanning.

Sold: Pack of 6 boxes

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Product Description

X-Large Foot Impression Boxes

Foot Impression Boxes are an essential tool for orthotic professionals, offering a quick and efficient method for capturing detailed impressions of patients’ feet. These boxes are particularly useful for creating custom orthotic devices and can also be used in conjunction with foot casting box scanners for 3D scans, ensuring a precise fit that enhances patient comfort and support.

Features and Benefits

Ease of Use

Foot Impression Boxes are designed for simplicity and speed. They allow professionals to obtain accurate foot impressions quickly, which is critical in busy clinical settings.


Made from phenolic foam, these boxes provide a highly detailed and accurate impression of the foot. This precision is vital for creating custom orthotics that meet the specific needs of each patient.


As the name suggests, these boxes are extra large, making them suitable for patients with larger feet or for those who need additional space for capturing complex foot shapes.


The phenolic foam used in these impression boxes is durable and maintains its shape well, ensuring the foot impression remains intact during the moulding process.

Pack Size

Sold boxes of 6.

How to Foot Impression Boxes

Materials Needed

  • X-Large Foot Impression Box
  • Patient's foot
  • Measuring tape (optional)
  • Pen or marker (optional)
  • Protective gloves (optional)
  • Foot casting box scanner (optional)

Step-by-Step Guide


Ensure the patient is comfortably seated with their foot ready for the impression. The foot should be clean and dry. It may be helpful to have the patient sit on a chair with their leg at a 90-degree angle.

Positioning the Foot

Place the foot impression box on a flat, stable surface. Have the patient place their foot into the box, ensuring it is centred and positioned correctly. The patient should stand up if possible to ensure that the foot is fully weight-bearing.

Taking the Impression

Instruct the patient to press their foot firmly into the foam. Ensure that all parts of the foot, including the heel, arch, and toes, make a clear impression. The patient may need to shift their weight slightly to ensure a complete impression.

Checking the Impression

Carefully remove the foot from the impression box. Check the impression to ensure that all necessary details are captured. The impression should be clear and deep enough to see the contours of the foot.

Marking Specific Areas

If necessary, use a pen or marker to highlight specific areas of the foot impression that require special attention, such as pressure points or areas needing extra support.

3D Scanning (Optional)

Place the impression box into the foot casting box scanner. Follow the scanner’s instructions to capture a 3D scan of the foot impression. This digital model can be used for precise analysis and orthotic fabrication.

Creating the Orthotic

The captured impression or 3D scan can now be used to create a custom orthotic device. The detailed impression will guide the fabrication process, ensuring the final product fits the patient’s foot accurately and provides the required support and correction.

Detailed Usage Tips

Multiple Impressions

For patients with particularly complex foot shapes or conditions, it may be beneficial to take multiple impressions. This can help ensure that all aspects of the foot are accurately captured and considered in the orthotic design.

Patient Instructions

Clear instructions to the patient can improve the quality of the impression. Encourage the patient to distribute their weight evenly and to relax their foot muscles during the impression process.

Storage and Handling

Store the impression boxes in a cool, dry place to prevent the foam from deteriorating. Handle the boxes carefully to avoid damaging the impressions before they are used to create orthotics.

Reviewing Impressions

Periodically review the quality of the impressions taken. This helps ensure that the impression technique remains consistent and that high-quality orthotics can be produced.

Foot Impression Boxes are a valuable tool for orthotic professionals, providing an efficient and accurate method for capturing foot impressions. These impressions, along with optional 3D scanning, are crucial for creating custom orthotic devices that offer optimal support and comfort for patients. By following the detailed guide on how to use these boxes, professionals can ensure they achieve the best results, ultimately improving patient outcomes.