ICB Sports Dual Density Orthotics - Full Length

ICB's Sports Dual Density Orthotics are designed specifically for active patients involved in high performance sporting activities and for general use when the patient requires mire support in the heel and arch. The ICB Sports Dual Density Orthotics are constructed from a combination of firm and medium density EVA. A firm density Eva in the hell cup and arch provides increased sabilisation of the foot and pronation control, whilst a mid density EVA offers increased comfort in the mid and forefoot region.

ICB Orthotics have an intrinsic 5° rearfoot varus (with the exception of the High Heel model) to aid in realigning the rearfoot, in addition to a triangular shaft and midfoot stabiliser to allow weight to be evenly dispersed across the metatarsals.

Please note that heat moulding of these orthotics should only be done by a qualified professional such as a physiotherapist, orthotist or podiatrist. 

The general public wanting the most comfortable 'out of the box' orthotic should look at the ICB Pedstep Range here: ICB Pedistep

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ICB's patented Dual Density Heat Moulding Orthotics are made of 100% EVA (Ethylene Vinyl Acetate) covalently bonded, locking the two densities together to provide an integrated support and comfort system. The closed cell construction of ICB Orthotics ensures they will resist compression and distortion, and have a longer life span. It is a simple, straightforward process for the Practitioner to mould and custom fit the ICB Orthotic to effectively treat specific conditions. ICB's wide orthotic range ensures there is an orthotic to suit every patient's needs.

ICB Orthotics have an intrinsic 5° rearfoot varus (with the exception of the High Heel model) to aid in realigning the rearfoot, in addition to a triangular shaft and midfoot stabiliser to allow weight to be evenly dispersed across the metatarsals.

100% EVA

EVA has a long 'construction memory' and can be moulded and adjusted to the patients' feet or cast, simply by applying heat. The Taibrelle covers resist bacteria, and are easily cleaned in warm water.


No air bubbles - so ICB Orthotics will resist compression and distortion.


Is a mid foot stabiliser which runs longitudinally from the mid foot through to the forefoot and splays out in a triangular shape. The Triangular Shaft allows weight to be dispersed evenly across the bones of the foot through its unique Weight Distribution System (WDS).


This is the ideal angle (due to patients having an average 4°- 6° tibial varum) for optimum performance as recommended by industry standards.


This gives biomechanical control of the subtalar joint during stance and gait, allowing balance, control and coordination.


Firmer density EVA gives support to the longitudinal arch and rear foot, aiding in mid tarsal joint support, the medium density EVA provides the patient with forefoot comfort during the gait cycle.

ICB Orthotics are available in a range of styles, ensuring there is an orthotic to fit almost any style of footwear. ICB's Soft, Mid and Firm density Orthotics incorporate a Taibrelle cover on the dorsal surface, for added comfort.

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ICB Example Education Videos    
Subtalar Neutral Position ICB Anterior Line Method (A.L.M) Assessing For Forefoot Varus Assessing For Forefoot Valgus

See more of the ICB Educational clips on our Physiolive Streaming Media Education Channel.


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UK Mainland Shipping Charges

In the UK we use interlinkexpress for all our deliveries and we provide that at a subsidised rate of: £4.95 up to 20kgs & £10 over 20kgs. We will provide a tracking number with your order which you can then track delivery using the website http://www.track-parcel.co.uk/interlink/

For Channel Island deliveries we will confirm shipping prices following order processing.

Delivery Schedule:

Within the UK we aim to dispatch orders within 48 hrs, if not sooner. Please note that this excludes weekends as there is no one in the order processing warehouse over the weekend. Orders received late on a Friday may not be processed until the following Monday.

We are subsidizing the shipping costs but please do not expect a next day delivery service at our shipping & handling prices. Items should then be delivered within 3-5 working days of the order being processed.

In the event of items being out of stock, we will try to notify you with estimated delivery times. When goods are delivered if they are damaged please give us prompt notification.

European Shipping:

Due to ongoing issues with Royal Mails international postal service we have now use the DPD courier service to many European destinations outside of the UK. This allows us to provide tracking information with your order once it is shipped. You can then check the state of your parcel online using the following link: http://www.track-parcel.co.uk/interlink/

To ensure delivery we use a signed for delivery service which is included in the pricing. We only have an up to 30kgs shipping option so this might not be cost effective for smaller items.


You have the right to cancel the contract and return the goods within seven (7) working days of receipt with prior agreement in writing. It is the customers’ responsibility to return the goods at their expense. The goods must be returned in their original packaging in a condition that they can be sold as new. You must ensure that the goods are packaged adequately to protect against damage. If you fail to take reasonable care of the goods before they are returned to us, and this results in damage or deterioration, we will charge you for the reduction in value. This does not affect your statutory rights with regard to faulty products.

We must be advised in writing (this includes email) within seven days of any loss, damage or shortage of goods for a claim to be considered. Note that the original shipping fees (including Vat) will not be refunded in the case of returned goods that are not the result of a product fault.