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Innovative Shoe Inserts, Insoles & Orthotics

Arch Booster

$9.95 $19.95

Anti-Supination Device

$9.95 $19.95

MEN'S 3/4 INSOLES

$49.95 $59.95

WOMEN'S 3/4 INSOLES

$49.95 $59.95

OFG Women's Orthotic Insoles

$49.95 $59.95

BioSole-Gel Dress Women's Orthotics

$49.95 $59.95

BioSole-Gel Sport Women's Orthotics

$49.95 $59.95

BioSole-Gel Sport Men's Orthotics

$49.95 $59.95

Women's Slipper Insoles

$44.95 $59.95

Men's Slipper Insoles

$44.95 $59.95

OFG Men's Orthotic Insoles

$49.95 $59.95

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Innovative Shoe Inserts, Insoles & Orthotics
 

FAQs:

Shoe insoles are good for providing additional comfort, support and cushioning to the feet. They can help improve foot alignment, reduce pressure on certain areas, absorb shock and alleviate discomfort caused by various foot conditions or prolonged standing and walking. Insoles can also improve the fit of shoes, provide arch support and prevent excessive pronation or supination.

Yes, orthotic shoe inserts can help correct biomechanical issues, improve foot and ankle alignment, alleviate pain and discomfort and enhance overall foot function.

The inserts work by redistributing pressure, supporting the arches, controlling excessive motion and providing cushioning and shock absorption.

>However, the effectiveness of orthotic shoe inserts may vary depending on individual needs and proper fit, so it's important to find the most suitable type of orthotic for your specific condition or need.

In general, the terms "inserts" and "insoles" are often used interchangeably to refer to the additional support or cushioning placed inside a shoe.

However, insoles typically refer to the removable cushioned or supportive layers that come with a pair of shoes and are included by the shoe manufacturer.

On the other hand, inserts generally refer to orthotic devices or specialized footbeds that are specifically designed to address specific foot conditions or provide customized support.

Here are some signs that indicate you may benefit from using insoles:

  • If you frequently experience foot pain, insoles can provide additional cushioning and support to alleviate discomfort.
  • If you have flat feet, high arches, or other foot abnormalities that affect your gait and cause discomfort, insoles can help provide proper alignment and support.
  • If you have a tendency to overpronate (foot rolls inward excessively) or supinate (foot rolls outward excessively), insoles can help correct your foot position and improve your gait.
  • If you spend long hours standing or walking every day, insoles can provide extra comfort and shock absorption, and reduce fatigue.

In addition, insoles can offer added support, stability and shock absorption for various sports or activities, reducing the risk of injuries and enhancing performance.