AltBerg Svartz Anatomix Lite Footbeds
Firm Foot Support (which will bed in)
Excellent Arch Support
Improved Heel & Achilles Alignment & Stabilisation
Size 2 - to fit boot size 2.5 > 4
Size 3 - to fit boot size 4.5 > 6
Size 4 - to fit boot size 6.5 > 8
Size 5 - to fit boot size 8.5 > 10
Size 6 - to fit boot size 10.5 > 12
Size 7 - to fit boot size 12.5 > 14
Svartz® Anatomix® Lite Foot bed
The Anatomix® gives maximum heel/rear foot stabilisation to maintain foot and ankle alignment. The high sided support and three dimensional underfoot shape also improve the fitting of footwear, especially around the heel and ankle.
Medium/firm – adaptive support under the foot
Dual density cushioning (45/55) medium (Shore A test – scale is 10 to 80 – 10 = maximum cushioning, 80 = minimum cushioning)
Foot bed covering – micro-porous and extra holes under the forefoot for increased air circulation
Forefoot thickness is 4.5-5.0 mm
Centre heel thickness 6.5mm
Kevlar cradle design around heel to give shock absorption, and also allow the foot bed to ‘bed in’ during use
Washable at 40 degrees
Better Ankle Support
Better Weight Distribution
Clean by rubbing gently with a sponge, hot water, and normal soap, then rinse the foot bed surface under a running tap. This will help flush out any perspiration salts which may have been absorbed into the foot bed fabric.
The Anatomix® Lite may only be hand washed as per the instructions above.
Allow to dry naturally in a cool place.
Do not put near heat
Do not dry on a radiator
Do not tumble dry
Do not dry in sunlight
Heat will damage the footbeds
AltBerg Footbeds Trim To Fit Advice
(First check the old foot bed is a good fit) Remove old foot bed from the boot
If the old foot bed is a good fit, use it to mark the Svartz foot bed trimming line
The line should be clearly marked.
Add a little bit if the old foot bed was too small. Reduce a little bit if the old foot bed was too tight
Use scissors to trim the Svartz foot bed to the required size
Don't cut too much - a full half size is only 6mm! If unsure, trim a bit at a time, you can always cut a little bit more off - but you can't add it back on again
Put the trimmed foot bed into the boot to replace the old foot bed. CHECK THE FIT -if it is still too tight, mark and trim a little more