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Evenup Shoe Balancer


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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

Sizing Information

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)
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  • Judi at 12/7/2015 12:54 PM
    • I am post stroke and have foot drop. Would the evenup shoe balancer help my walking and balance?
    • The Evenup is a device that can be worn on the opposite foot if one leg is in a walking boot. The walking boots tend to have a thick sole so the Evenup is placed on the opposite shoe to even out walking for the person wearing that boot. It is not used for someone who is not wearing a boot.
  • Jan at 5/13/2015 7:11 AM
    • My son wears a 5.5 US shoe (he's 8 years old). The sole is right at 11" (to the tip of the shoe). Would he need to go up to a Medium? Or am I measuring too "much" of the sole?
    • Jan
      The Even up sizes are based on the length of the shoe. If the length of his shoe is 11 " then you would get the medium Even Up, but a kids size 5.5 should be a sole of 9.5" which would be a small. Please check your measurment be for ordering
  • Frank at 4/15/2015 12:18 PM
    • Are the cost of evenups covered by meidcaffe and Tricare for Like?
    • Frank
      I do not believe so.
  • Tom DeLuca at 10/20/2014 6:53 PM
    • Does this work with the DARCO shoe.
    • Tom
      The evenup is to be used on a tennis shoe.
  • Cindy at 8/4/2014 2:20 PM
    • I wear a women's Salomon Eclipse sneaker size 9 1/2, when I measure the sole it is 12 inches long. By your size chart that would be a large, but you tell people that ask that a women's size 9 1/2 should order a small? What size should I order a small, medium or large?
    • Cindy
      these are sized by the length of the sole of your shoe so 12 inches would be a large
  • Barbara at 7/25/2014 12:18 PM
    • I live in Arizona and it is summer and it is HOT. I do not wear tennis shoes but rather sandals on my non-injured foot. Will the shoe balancer work on sandals?
    • Barbara
      I can't be sure that the evenup would work on a sandal, they are made for shoes with a somewhat harder sole
  • Lisa at 2/7/2014 12:30 PM
    • 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.

    • Thank you for your question. A woman’s size 10 shoe would fit into a Medium for this product.
  • Gary Gillotti at 2/5/2014 1:15 PM
    • 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 1/18/2014 3:22 PM
    • 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 10/9/2013 7:15 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 9/17/2013 9:25 AM
    • Does this have a HCPC code?
    • That has an HCPC A9270
  • Lucy at 8/2/2013 3:08 PM
    • 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 7/30/2013 11:11 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 6/3/2013 9:19 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.


      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 4/17/2013 1:01 PM
    • 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 2/11/2013 12:34 PM
    • 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 10/11/2011 6:55 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 7/9/2011 11:33 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.
  • Sherrie Fisher-Bobrosky at 12/30/2010 11:07 AM
    • Are replacement sole/ parts available for purchase?
    • Hello Sherrie,

      The are no replaceable parts for this item available at this time.
  • andrea at 12/18/2010 9:08 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 11/9/2010 7:35 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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Cheaper than one visit to the chiropractor.

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Simple but amazing! I purchased this in advance to needing it. I was on cutches an knew that I was going to be walking with my brace. So far I have used the brace and the even up with my black shoe and no aches and pain because of walking with the brace. The way I see it I can pay the chiropractor a bunch of money for adjustments or buy this even up for less than the cost of one visit. Will definitely recommend. I wear a size 7 women's. I have the medium boot/brace but I purchased the small evenup and I couldn't ask for more exact fit.
Posted on January 5, 2016
Would you recommend this product to a friend?Definitely yes

Great Product recommend to anyone.

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had bad hip pain when waring boot cast. applyed the step up and pain went away. Great Product.
Posted on September 17, 2015

Great concept, but needs improvement

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This is a good product with a great concept, but improvements are needed. The sole is flat and has no tread. This causes some slip when wet. The rubber loop on the side of the device (where the strap winds) broke within the first day, but it was still useable by inserting the strap around the edge of the device. Overall a "B" with an "A" concept.
Posted on May 9, 2014

Wonderful - Could Not Function Without This Product.

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I cannot believe what a wonder product this is. I fractured my foot in Moab, Utah while traveling in our motorhome. The local doc put me in this large walking boot (Frankenstein look) and offered no help to balance and even up my other leg. Since I recently had a Lumbar Spinal Fusion and continue to have leg pain, I was in so much pain even after the first day in this boot. I found this website, found them very pro-active in helping me make the right size choice and sending this to me immediately. No one who had a broken leg/foot/ankle or needs a boot should go without this product.
Posted on May 18, 2013

evenup shoe balancer

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I bought one of these a year ago after a car accident and had to wear a cam boot and additional brace just to walk. My body was so out of whack because the cam boot made my leg longer than the other. I just had an ankle replacement and in a cam boot once again...so I am getting another evenup. Best thing ever!!!
Posted on October 9, 2012

Excellent Product!

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I had to wear a boot cast for 2 months and highly recommend this for anyone wearing one. I found that it fit better and was more level with tennis shoes as it tended to slip off with other types of shoes. It leveled my walking and helped me walk more normally in the boot cast. I do wish it was made of a harder material on the bottom since the material is kind of like that of a flip flop. Overall, I think it should be included with any walking cast.
Posted on July 16, 2012

Why don't all doctors recommend it?

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I was in a boot for 4 1/2 months and complained about the pain in my hip, shoulder, and neck it caused. In the last two weeks, his nurse suggested the Evenup. It made walking so much easier and less painful. BUY IT!
Posted on April 21, 2012

Use it all the time

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Didn't realize how much the Evenup helped until I went without it for a day. Using it gives me a much more even stride! A minor nuisance on rainy days; overall, a terrific addition.
Posted on April 12, 2012


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Worth its weight is gold.
Posted on July 8, 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 March 2, 2011