Experience the ultimate in customized comfort with the men’s ABEO® 3D3 Posted Core Casual Orthotic. These revolutionary orthotics are matched to your specific arch and foot profile for the ultimate in balance, support and cushioning. Ideal for casual everyday use, ABEO 3D3 Core Casual Orthotics feature a comfortable fit ideal for a variety of footwear styles including open toe sandals. Made with technically advanced materials that are durable and long-lasting, tackle daily routines with the support and cushioning you need.
- Moisture-wicking microsuede top cover treated with Aegis® antimicrobial shield to fight bacteria and odor.
- Lightweight PU core provides cushioning and flexibility.
- Cushioned PU heel pad absorbs shock and provides durability.
- Suede bottom cover prevents movement and slipping while inside shoes.
- ABEO 3D³ orthotics proudly carry the Seal of Acceptance from the American Podiatric Medical Association.
- Forefoot Foam Thickness: 4mm
- Better body alignment
- Balanced weight distribution
- Increased stability
- Shock absorption
- Reduced stress on joints
The shoes are great, good fit, comfort and support. I defiantly recommend buying a pair. Great for walking!!
Went to the shoe because of the post insert
Went to the shoe insert “post” because of the post insert. Had thought that once I established which shoe I needed for my heel… They would have everything else shoe related. I.e.: slippers, boots, sandals, dress shoes, boots… Found out that not all shoes come in the post though. Had to pull out the insert for the slippers to get my correct heel. Was limited to dress shoes and other shoes not available in the post. Disappointed that I cannot buy all shoes in abeo for my condition as that is the only shoe/insert that works for my condition
Very Comfortable insert and helps my feet with support
Too hard/high of an arch support
I walked across the foot analyzer, it displayed the need for arch support, great. I used it according to the instructions, 1 then 2 then 3...hours. The issue is that the arch is too high and once used an exchange was refused. So here I am with a $40 + insole that I cant use. I am 5’4” and the same support is sold to a 6’ 0” customer with the shoe size. Who’s to say what the height of the support should be, an inch for me 1 1/2 for her, 2 for him? The analyzer doesn’t measure that and if it does variable height arch support isn’t offered by The Walking Company. It’s a generic sell one size fits all and of all our human differences our feet are at the from o the line. I would really like it if TWC reached out to me for a more detailed, one to one, review of their insoles but we all know how that will go.