- Arch Angels Children's Comfort Insoles
- Birkenstock Birko Balance Childrens Arch Supports
- Pedag Bambini Insoles
- Powerstep Powerkids Pediatric Orthotics
For Kids Insoles to Junior Inserts:
Now if your not seeking to correct flat and low arched feet and simply seeking kids cushioned insoles or insoles for tighter fitting shoes, there are options. The Spenco Kids Premium Polysorb Insoles are the
[caption id="attachment_2182" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="Insoles for Kids Cleats"][/caption] best memory foam cushioned insoles on the market. One of the most challenging arenas is finding an insole that provides cushion and cushioned arch support for tighter fitting shoes and cleats (for baseball, football, and soccer). The absolute best insole on the market for tight shoes and cleats are the KidZerts Childrens Insoles. The Kidzerts 3/4 and full length insoles are a milder arch support that promotes the natural development of a childs foot. For those seeking an orthotic arch support for ice skates, nothing beats the Superfeet Yellow Premium Insoles for Hockey Skate Insoles.There are also instances where one may want just an individual shoe insert for a specific spot of your child's foot to alleviate foot pain too. The Insole Store.com provides the best childrens shoe inserts:
- Pedag Balance Arch Support Insert
- Kidzerts Heel Cushions [caption id="attachment_3038" align="alignright" width="150" caption="Superfeet Blue Premium Insoles"][/caption]
- Powerstep Arch Boosters
- Powertstep Metatarsal Pads
- Spenco Heel Cushions
- Superfeet High Heel Arch Supports
Regardless of the situation, there is a shoe insert, 3/4, or even full length insole for your child's foot. From Sever's Disease, Flat Feet, and even cushioned insoles, The Insole Store.com has the best Kids Insoles from Toddler to Teen.
I have been wearing the Spenco Walker Runner Insoles for
approx a year and a half in my work shoes [ merrell low hikers]
almost every day. These have the most cushion of the dozen
or so insoles I have tried. They are a high volume insole
that would not be suitable for some dress shoes like loafers.
They are perfect for hiking boots or athletic shoes- walking,
running and hiking.
They have a large cushy arch but don't put
a lot of pressure there like some of the hard backed custom
orthotics I used to use. They have held up well, though
finally the top fabric is wearing off at the heel.
Its the best $22 I have ever spent on my feet.