No More Plantar Fasciitis Thanks To Spenco Total Support Insoles
I'm a 52 year old male with wide feet and high arches. I'd been suffering with plantar fasciitis in my right foot to the point where I kept a cane next to my bed for those first few excruciating steps in the morning. I would get home from work and my foot would throb and ache. I bought these total support insoles after some internet research and they changed my life! It took about three days for my feet to get used to them and within a week, my foot and heel pain was GONE! I no longer dread getting out of bed in the morning and I have tons of energy after work. These are certainly worth every penny and had I known the final result, I would have been willing to pay 5 times as much for them. Just ordered a second pair and will NEVER wear shoes withot these insoles again. THANK YOU "The Insole store" for taking my pain away!!!! Edward
Hiking Insoles Take a Hiking Boot to the Next Level
Experienced hikers know that the most important part about hiking is the feet! If your feet are hurting or injured, then it’s just about impossible to get back to your ground zero where you left in the time you estimated for your trip. That’s why they never leave home without hiking insoles and a good pair of hiking or military boots. These insoles are special insoles developed for the sport of hiking. There are three primary features found in hiking insoles:  heel cup, arch support, and extra cushioning. A heel cup assist in using your own natural fat pad on the bottom of your heel by holding it in place to absorb shock and weight. Arch supports assist in keeping the foot arch from over-collapsing so that the many small muscles on the sole of your foot aren’t stressed out too much from all the walking. And extra cushioning is a big plus in hiking insoles so that while you’re walking over jagged rocks, your feet are adequately cushioned and the rocks don’t bother you. You will need the extra cushioning on the sole and on the balls of [caption id="attachment_2282" align="alignright" width="150" caption="Spenco Earthbound Insoles"]Spenco Earthbound Insoles[/caption] the feet. Other than good hiking insoles, experienced hikers will tell you that your hiking boots should fit. You should have adequate ankle support and a high lacing system. And of course the hiking boot should be waterproofed. But do remember to replace the hiking boot insoles that are in the boot when you buy them with hiking insoles that are specific for your foot. It means comfort and pleasure while you hike. Check out The Insole's quick hiking insoles guide for descriptions on cushioned insoles and orthotic arch supports for backpacking, hiking, and military boot insoles Today!
The Most Amazing Sandals…  OOFOS Sandals
I NEVER write reviews, but I had to for this OOFOS Sandal Slides. I have never put on a sandal (or shoe for that matter) that gave me instant relief.  I have been struggling with plantar fasciitis for almost 2 years now and have not been able to wear sandals... period.  That is until I walked into a local store and found the slide version of this sandal.  I instantly was sold and just had to find more to order! The Insole was the only store that answered the phone by the 2nd ring and helped with all my questions.  I now have 2 more pair (one flip-flop) and another pair of slides.  They have incredible heel cushion and brilliant arch support.  I have very high arches so it's hard for me not to wear insoles, but this shoe allows me to walk all day and still be comfortable at the end. The only negative: I have wide feet and the band on the slide is a little narrow.  You may want to try going up a size if you have wide feet.  Otherwise, this truly is the best thing since sliced bread!  Thanks to The Insole for a FAST and easy purchase/delivery process. JF
Shoe Insoles: What You Should Know

The term “shoe insoles” refers to arch supports, inserts and orthotics that are placed into the shoe to correct a person’s walk while providing pain relief too. When you purchase a pair of shoes, they normally come with a pair of insoles. However, often the normal insoles won’t be good enough for a person’s feet. As a result, every step can start to fatigue the foot muscles, which can lead to foot pain, collapseof the foot arch and other foot care problems. Simply by replacing the current insoles in a pair of shoes, you can bypass the foot fatigue that leads to new problems. Shoe insoles that contain extra cushioning, arch supports, metatarsal supports and heel cups have made a big difference in the lives of patients who frequent the podiatrist’s office and seek help for foot issues. If your seeking general descriptions of shoe insoles or footcare conditions/issues, check out our Shoe Insoles Guide or Foot Care Terms & Conditions (and insole recommendation guide) at The Insole Athlete's seek additional foot support to assist with the extreme stresses put on one's foot.  Whether a cushioned insole or orthotic arch support, shoe insoles assist with providing the proper foot position to assist with one's stride and alignment from your foot to lower back. Doctors often recommend shoe insoles for diabetic patients and those with arthritis in the foot. Diabetics often [caption id="attachment_2614" align="alignright" width="200" caption="Foot Pain Relief"]Foot Pain Relief[/caption] suffer from a condition called peripheral neuropathy where they don’t feel their toes, and shoe insoles for them give them lots of toe wiggle room. Even if you don’t have any problems with your feet, there are other reasons to consider getting shoe insoles for the shoes in your closet. First of all, your feet will have an easier time supporting you when some of the compressive forces are taken off your feet with every step you take. This translates to getting to the end of your day without tired feet. Secondly, by customizing the shoe insoles to your unique foot, you can prevent a lot of foot problems that can occur overtime especially when pushing the extremes in sports, weight, flat feet, high arches, or other foot care conditions.  Let alone that there are wool insoles for warmth or cool, skiing and hockey insoles, and inserts for high heels too. To select a pair of shoe insoles, you must know your shoe size and the type of arch you have in your foot. There are basically three types of arches – flat foot (no arch to low arch), normal arch, and high arch. Then remember to always select the higher shoe size if you’re a half size. For example, when purchasing shoe insoles, if your foot is 8-1/2, always select the higher shoe size of size 9. Shoe insoles can be inside each pair of shoes you own, resulting in happy feet all the time! Treat your feet to a new refreshing feel at the Insole Today.