Model S7

Reinforces the arch for enhanced balance and control for 90 minute Soccer matches and long practices. Unique distal shell edge promotes flexibility for technical footwork and agility.


  • 1st Ray Cut Out – enhances ball handling
  • High Performance Polypropylene Shell
  • Prolite Top Cover


The Soccer device is ideal for athletes requiring support for both endurance and agility in their sport. Designed with a thinner shell and a layer of cushioning, this device is versatile and can be fit to any set of cleats, replacing the sock liner.

A first-ray cutout allows for increased flexibility of the 1st ray, which is ideal for agility, dribbling and technical footwork. This cutout increases precision and control over the ball by allowing the 1st ray to move freely along its entire length. The device is covered with a heel-to-toe myolite cushion and a prolite top cover for comfort and performance.

The Soccer device 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
  • 3mm Lower Medial Arch
  • 8mm Heel Cup


  • MOD: 0 (Modify casts to Balance Forefoot perpendicular to Rearfoot)
  • RF: 0INT (0° Intrinsic Rearfoot Post)
  • FF1: N (Forefoot Neutral: Not Posted)
  • FF2:      (None: Splitting forefoot post partial intrinsic and partial extrinsic)
  • HL: 0 (No Heel Lift)


  • 3mm White Polypropylene Shell


  • Finish Standard
  • 1st Ray Cutout


  • 1.5mm Myolite Heel to Toes
  • 2mm Prolite Top Cover to Toes
  • Black Suede Bottom Cover to Toes


Top Cover Options

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

Bottom Cover Options

  • Glove Leather
  • Micro Suede
  • Vinyl

Recommended For

  • Competitive to professional soccer players
  • Soccer players with moderate to advanced pathology
  • Performance Enhancement

Clinical Indications

  • Symptomatic feet while playing soccer
  • Biomechanical pathology

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