Pes Cavus

Model P11

Posted to prevent supination in patients presenting Pes Cavus pathology.  Provides shock absorption, pressure redistribution and support for high-arched patients.


  • Customizable posting
  • Superior shock absorption
  • Premium, Medical Grade, Polypropylene Shell


The Pes Cavus device relieves metatarsal pain and prevents excessive supination and instability by redistributing plantar pressures and providing precise arch support. Pes cavus, more commonly known as high arches, is one of the best pathological candidates for custom orthotic treatment.

This device improves gait patterns and relieves metatarsal pain by providing arch support that spreads plantar weighting evenly throughout the foot. The device is posted in both the rearfoot and the forefoot to correct excessive supination.  It also offers excellent shock absorption provided by a thick spenco top cover and heel-to-toe Myolite cushioning.

This pathology device is designed to fit most shoes with removable sock liners or insoles.

The Pes Cavus is constructed with a positive model of the patient’s foot and can be modified at the practitioner’s discretion.

Tech Specs


  • 3mm Fat Pad Expansion
  • 1.5mm Lower Medial Arch
  • 13mm Heel Cup


  • MOD: 0 (Balance Rearfoot to Forefoot)
  • RF: 0 (0° Extrinsic Rearfoot Post)
  • FF1: 0INT (0° Intrinsic Forefoot Post)
  • FF2:      (None: Splitting forefoot post partial intrinsic and partial extrinsic)
  • HL:  0 (No Heel Lift)


  • 3mm White Polypropylene Shell
  • White Crepe Rearfoot Post


  • Finish Standard
  • White Heel Plate


  • 1.5mm Myolite Heel to Toes
  • 3mm Black Spenco Top Cover to Toes
  • Black Suede Bottom Cover Heel to Toes


Top Cover Options

  • Glove Leather
  • Micro Suede
  • Plastazote
  • Spenco
  • Vinyl
  • Prolite

Bottom Cover Options

  • Glove Leather
  • Micro Suede
  • Vinyl

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Recommended For

  • Supinators
  • Uncompensated rearfoot varus coupled with rigid forefoot valgus
  • Lower back pain
  • Knee pain

Clinical Indications

  • Cavovarus foot type
  • Plantarflexed first ray
  • Rigid rearfoot