EVA Foam

EVA, which stands for ethylene-vinyl acetate, is a type of copolymer foam with a closed-cell structure. Its unique combination of density and softness makes it an excellent material for cushioning. In the packaging industry, it is typically used to create inserts through die-cutting processes. Additionally, its flexibility allows it to be easily wrapped around various products in thin sheets.

Why use it

  • Resistant to moisture, mold, and mildew
  • Smooth and soft to the touch
  • Good shock absorption
  • UV resistant
  • Tear resistant
  • Custom-molded to your product

Why not use it

  • Can be more expensive than other foams.
  • Low elasticity.
  • Can give off an odor
eva packaging inserts


EVA foam is a popular material for creating box inserts in product packaging due to its dense and shock-absorbing properties. It easily binds with adhesives, allowing for customization of shapes and thicknesses. Compared to other foam alternatives like EPE or PU, EVA foam is of the highest quality and adds immense value to the unboxing experience of your products. Our ethylene-vinyl foam inserts come in a wide range of densities and colors, providing you with several options to choose from.

Foam Comparison

Foam Comparison Chart

Foam Type
Density (kg/m³)
Overall Weight
Available Colors
Polyurethane Foam (PU)
18-45 kg/m³
38/45/60 Shore C
Black, White, Grey, Yellow
Polyethylene Foam (EPE)
20-120 kg/m³
30 - 38 Shore C
Black, White, Pink
Ethylene-Vinyl Acetate Foam (EVA)
33 - 280 kg/m³
15 - 80 Shore C
Black, White