Acor Top Cover Sheets are often used as an additional layer to protect the foot from underlying materials.
Top covers add an aesthetic value to a custom orthotic.
|SDUR-00083||Vinyl, Black||36" x 27"|
|SDUR-00084||Vinyl, Navy||36" x 27"|
|SDUR-00085||Vinyl, White||36" x 27"|
|SDUR-00206||Royal Blue Nylon + ⅛" NeoSponge||42" x 24"|
|SDUR-00306||Black Nylon + 1/16" NeoSponge||42" x 24"|
|SDUR-00307||Black Nylon + ⅛" NeoSponge||42" x 24"|
|PORS-00104||Navy Fabric + 1.5mm 1AB Urethane||30" x 18"|
|PORS-00055||Navy Fabric + 3.0mm 1AB Urethane||38" x 18"|
|SDUR-00270||Coronet MITIKA ASL Sheet - Black||30" x 59"|
|XSPORS-00003||X-Static Blk + 1.5mm 1AB PORON Medical||27" x 36"|
|XSPORS-00004||X-Static Blk + 3.0mm 1AB PORON Medical||27" x 36"|
|XSPUFF-00010||X-Static Black + ⅛" Black Impression Puff||40" x 29"|
|XSPUFF-00012||X-Static Black + 1/16" Black Impression Puff||40" x 29"|
|XSSDUR-00007||X-Static Black + ⅛" Black NeoSponge||42" x 24"|
|XSSDUR-00018||X-Static Black + 1/16" Black NeoSponge||42" x 24"|
Coronet MITIKA ASL is a luxurious suede-like microfiber fabric similar to Alcantara®.
It has a very high abrasion and tear strength resistance.
ACOR carries sheets in Black ONLY.
Vinyl & Nylon are popular bottom cover materials that are available in different colors, blend in with and are protection for the inside of the shoe.
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Posted by BC on 5th Nov 2015
I decided to resurface my running shoe custom orthotics myself after having to send them away to be done for $60-70. I used to use neoprene but that would wear fairly quickly, and an uneven surface causes blisters, especially for marathoners. So if I was going to do it myself, I might as well get the best material, which appeared to be Coronet Mitika ASL.
For the product itself, I really like how it went on smoothly and didn't bunch up on the curvy surface, and was pretty easy to install. I kind of expected to waste a patch of material on the first try, but it worked fine. The edges came up some so I had to re-touch it, but that's probably due to the 3M Hi-Strength 90 Spray Adhesive I used. 3 months and about 600 miles later it's holding up well except for a couple edges, which again I blame more on the adhesive. I like this a lot better than the neoprene. Not sure yet how long it'll last, but I'll get 6-8 pairs out of a sheet and at $110 shipped (plus the glue) it pays for itself after 2 pair. Trading my labor for no downtime to ship the orthotics away works for me.
Now for the service issues:
I ordered it in beige. 8 days later, by which time I was starting to look to receive my order, I got noticed that it wasn't available in beige. Seems odd that I could order an unavailable product, and it would take this long. Oh well, I reordered in black.
10 days later, not a word. Emailed customer service. 4 days later (2 bus. days) I got a reply that it was still being produced and would ship later that week. I think it was still 2-3 weeks or so before I finally got it. No shipping notice, in fact their records still showed the order pending for awhile longer. So overall, it was about 6 weeks from my first order until I got my order.
2 months later, I got an email that my credit card was expired and needed to make other payment arrangements. My card wasn't expired and I haven't had any other trouble with it. I will say that the billing person I dealt with was responsive. I verified my card hadn't been charged, and sent a check.