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Product description

Size:M10 / EU 43  |  Style:VIVA LOW

Ideal for high arch and forefoot support and pain relief. Includes a shock absorbing heel cushion and thin design to fit comfortably in most shoes and boots. The Viva’s bio-mechanical design provides firm support for the entire foot. The Orthotic gently shapes your foot to insure proper longitudinal and forefoot arch functions. The finest, vegetable tanned leather with an active carbon filter protects the shoe from the build-up of odor causing bacteria.


From the brand

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The brand pedag stands for quality, eco-friendliness, sustainability, innovation and well-being.

Our story


How we got our start?
In 1993, Schelchen GmbH introduced its premium product, the VIVA foot support. pedag VIVA was the first all-around supporting insole combining an anatomically shaped foot bed, metatarsal pad and heel cushion. VIVA insoles were created to support your entire foot: heel, arch and metatarsals.
What makes our product unique?
VIVA is made with the finest cow hide and the world’s first odor preventing, non-latex based activated carbon filter. Since 1993, pedag has introduced an entire "family" of products with the same complete orthotic support as VIVA.
Why we love what we do?
Day by day, 170 employees are concerned with producing high-quality insoles, arch supports, heel cushions and other orthotics that contribute to maintaining foot health. pedag’s goal has always been to promote the natural and healthy way of walking.

From the manufacturer

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Viva - Our Flagship Product Viva Sport - Cushy Orthotic for Activities Viva High - for High Arch Support Viva Summer - Warm Weather Orthotic Viva Low - Flat Feet Orthotic Viva Mini - 3/4 length Orthotic for Tight Spaces
Arch Support Regular Regular For High Arch Regular Low - Flat Feet Regular
Metatarsal Pad
Low Profile
Season Any Any Any Warm Cold Any
Top Material Vegetable Tanned Leather Cloth Vegetable Tanned Leather Cotton Terry Natural Unbleached Wool Vegetable Tanned Leather

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