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Evenup Shoe Balancer

$39.00

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Reduce body strain while walking in a cast or in a walker

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$39.00

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Product Description

Simple, fast, easy to apply, the Evenup uses an innovative design which helps to equalize a patient's limb length and reduce body strain while walking in a cast or walker. Easily removable, the Evenup comes in three different sizes and is adjustable to two thicknesses.


The ProCare Evenup Shoe Balancer will add about 2 cm in height. This amount added to the sole of a tennis shoe would make it equal to a DonJoy/Aircast/Procare walking boot which is about 2 inches.


Features and benefits:

  • Uses an innovative design which helps to equalize a patient's limb length
  • Reduces body strain while walking in a cast or in a walker
  • Is very simple to apply and use
  • Comes in three different sizes and two different thicknesses
Size Chart & Fit Help

 

Size Female Shoe Size Male Shoe Size
Small 6.5 - 9.5 7 - 8.5
Medium 9.5 - 12.5 9 - 11.5
Large 12.5+ 12+
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  • Lisa at 8/02/2014 7:30 AM
    • The sizing chart is confusing. I wear a size 10 in women, what size should I buy? Also it talks about different heights.... Im currently wearing a djo maxtrax size med. that i need to even up too.

      Thanks
    • Thank you for your question. A woman's size 10 shoe would fit into a Medium for this product.
  • Gary Gillotti at 6/02/2014 8:15 AM
    • I wear a size 11 1/2 4E shoe. I measured the length of the sole and it measures 13 1/2 inches I am assuming that I need a large. Also, it will be on my left shoe, do they fit either foot. Thank you very much, Gary G
    • Gary
      They are universal for either foot and yes the large would be best for you
  • Lynda at 19/01/2014 10:22 AM
    • Sizing is very confusing. The chart you have is incorrect in converting inches to millimetres.

      Your chart says that 10.5" = 286mm, where really 10.5" = 267mm.

      Using your chart, if I go by inches, I need a medium. If I go by millimetres, I need a small. My shoes range from 10.5 to >10.75 in inches, about 267mm to 280mm.

      Please let me know which measurements are correct on your site - imperial or metric - so I know which size to order.



    • Lynda
      Go with the medium, you do not want it too short
  • Kathy at 10/10/2013 1:15 PM
    • I wear a size 10 mens tennis shoe. The sole length is just about 12". Looking at your chart, I assume I would need a large. Is this right?
    • Kathy,
      That would be correct.

      Shoe Length Size
      9.5" - 10.5" Small
      10.75" - 11.5" Medium
      11.75" - 13.5" Large

      Thank you for your question.
  • Kalynn at 18/09/2013 2:25 AM
    • Does this have a HCPC code?
    • That has an HCPC A9270
  • Lucy at 3/08/2013 8:08 AM
    • I wear a 9.5 size shoe. What Sz do I need to get? Small or medium? Also, because I like options, I am wearing the MaxTrax cam boot, how many inches do I need to have on the unaffected shoe? Are cam boots sole height 2inches? Thanks!
    • Hello,

      The even up ships with 2 insoles, you can remove 1 if it feels too high. I recommend the Size Small. The Rubber Straps adjust and will expand to fit your shoe.


      Thanks for Contacting Donjoy.
  • Kat at 31/07/2013 4:11 PM
    • I wear a 5.5 women's shoe. Will the small be too big?
    • Hello Kat,

      The small accomodates 6.5-9.5 shoe. We do not have a pediatric shoe size.

      Thanks for Contacting Donjoy.
  • Daisy at 4/06/2013 2:19 AM
    • Could you send me a size chart for the Procare evenup shoe balancer?

      Thank you Daisy Ulrich.

    • Hello,

      Below find the link to the Evenup, and size chart.


      http://www.betterbraces.com.au/procare-evenup-shoe-balancer


      Take the measurement of the sole of your shoe to determine the appropriate size.


      Size Sole Length
      Small 9.5" (254 mm) to 10.5" (286 mm)
      Medium 10.75" (292 mm) to 11.5" (324 mm)
      Large 11.75" (330 mm) to 13.5" (368 mm)

      Thanks for contacting Donjoy.
  • marilyn at 18/04/2013 6:01 AM
    • I usually wear an 8 1/2 to 9 in a sneaker. What size should I buy
    • Your shoe size fits into a size small
  • Susan at 12/02/2013 7:34 AM
    • Do you have to buy for the right or left foot or does it fit either foot?
    • Hello, Susan -

      This is universal and can be worn either on the left or right foot.

      Thank you and have a wonderful day!
  • David at 12/10/2011 12:55 PM
    • My wife has a small shoe size, 5.5 to 6. Is there an option for smaller sizes?
    • Unfortunately there is not an option for smaller sizes. With the even up, make for sure you are not going by shoe size, but shoe length.
  • Shelly at 10/07/2011 4:33 AM
    • Was this made specifically to equalize the Aircast walking boot/brace to level of Aircast height or is it more general and meant to work with a variety of walking casts and boots? Also descriptions says 2 thicknesses, but no information on difference or option for selecting such when ordering. Can you please clarify? Thanks.
    • The ProCare Even Up Shoe Balancer is meant to be worn with ANY walking boot to even out the height of the shoe and boot to align the body. There are various layers of rubber in the product so you can customize the height based on the height of the walking boot insole thickness. Should you have any other questions please let us know.
  • andrea at 19/12/2010 4:08 PM
    • what size shoes do small, medium, and large fit?
    • Hello Andea,

      Please check your email, I have send the sizing chart for the ProCare Evenup Shoe Balancer.
  • K at 10/11/2010 2:35 PM
    • what are height measurement of the two thicknesses that the shoe balancer comes in?
    • With both inserts, 3/4 inch, and with one removed 1/2 inch.
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    Good idea but........

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    No boubt that the Evenup does do what it says, it's nice to have the feeling of both legs being the same length again. However the build quality of this product is very, very poor. I've had mine for just under 2 weeks and it is falling apart. There is absolutely no reason, at the current price point, why the build quality could not be much, much better. A great idea devalued by shoddy quality.
    Posted on 24 January 2015

    Great

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    Worth its weight is gold.
    Posted on 9 July 2011

    Should be issued in the ER!

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    This product should be standard issue with all walking casts. Fits great to sneakers and you won't even notice you have it on. A little slippery when wet. I spent 6 months in walking casts before my recent surgery and the only complaint that I have is that the tread should be tougher because the rocking motion of being in the walker and really walking wears down the sole material. So, if you are going to be in a brace long term (+3 mo plus) be prepared to replace it. HOWEVER, you won't care how much it costs. It's that good!
    Posted on 3 March 2011

    Less uneven walking pain

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    The Evenup shoe balancer made it so much easier to walk without the constant uneven walking or hip pain associated with my boot. It has been a blessing to have found it.
    Posted on 31 December 2010

    Wonderful Product

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    The use of the Evenup Shoe Balancer made it possible for me to walk without having it seem if one leg was shorter than the other. I'm not sure I could have managed to walk without it. I highly recommend it for anyone with a walking cast or boot.
    Posted on 4 August 2010

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