PRICES FOR FOOTWEAR
Guideline prices from January 2023
A first pair of shoes with orthotic insoles will cost around £1300.00 - £1600.00 depending on size. Subsequent pairs will cost less.
Consultations are free with orders for footwear
Lasts (includes assessments and fittings) £700.00
Resin or wood cast for complex feet £450.00 each
Additional lasts for different styles £600.00
(If you have your own lasts, we are happy to adjust them to your measures £200.00)
Shoes (lightweight rubber soles) £800.00
Boots (lightweight rubber soles) £850.00
Half length orthotic insole £120.00
Full length orthotic insole £140.00
Complex orthotic insole £160.00
Lightweight leather soles additional £40.00
Welted leather soles additional £250.00
Lasts (includes assessments and fittings) £650.00
Resin or wood cast for vomplex feet £400.00 each
Additional lasts for different styles £550.00
Shoes (lightweight rubber soles) £725.00
Boots (lightweight rubber soles) £775.00
Orthotic insoles and adaptations
Half length orthotic insole £100.00
Full length orthotic insole £120.00
Complex orthotic insole £140.00
Lightweight leather soles additional £35.00
Welted leather soles additional £225.00
Deposits and Cancellations
If at any time you wish to cancel your order before completion of the footwear, you will be required to pay for all the work done to the cancellation date. This would invariably include any deposits and second payments made. We are therefore only able to offer refunds in exceptional circumstances where it is clear there is a fault in manufacturing.
Additional charges apply for orthotic insoles, leather soles, heavy duty soles and various shoe adaptions.
We are happy to post items to clients, we use Royal Mail signed for service as standard. The charge for postage is added to all invoices.
CHILDREN'S ORTHOPAEDIC FOOTWEAR
I do not have a set price list for children's shoes, instead I consider each request to make shoes on an individual basis. I will do all I can to help a child receive the footwear they need and support any efforts to have their footwear paid for by the National Health Service where applicable.