Replacement Shoe Insoles for Big Shoes and Filling Up Volume
Ever have the problem were the shoes you want have a good fit but in all reality are just to big?  While it's good to wear loose shoes so as not to constrict circulation and nor tighten up the toe box leaving the forefoot and toes room to move, balance and adjust, shoe that are to loose can be equally a problem.  Certainly if you are tripping over your shoes -they simply maybe to long.    Often, we see customers with an ideal fitting shoe that is loose in certain spots, such as the heel, arch, and/or forefoot area, or along the entire length of the inside of the shoe. A shoe that is to big for the foot can be a problem.   If one's foot is moving against (or in an opposite direction) one's shoe, it can create instability and motion control issues -not to mention blisters and even a twisted ankle.  At The Insole, we have a number of popular shoe insert products that can help solve the problem of a loose shoe and provide additional foot support too.  Looking for pain relief? For those seeking isolated relief in specific areas of the shoe consider checking out our selection of heel cushions & cups, arch support [caption id="attachment_2709" align="alignright" width="125" caption="Pedag Step Arch Support Inserts"]Pedag Step Arch Support Inserts[/caption] inserts, and ball of foot (or metatarsal) pads at Shoe Inserts or the clearly adjustable heel lifts and, other corrective shoe inserts at corrective shoe inserts, or for high heels -the high heel inserts. What we find at The Insole is that most customers want a shoe insole that will take up additional space throughout the entire inside of a shoe.  For those that are seeking an additional extra 1/8 of inch (which can be alot for the inside of a shoe) the Spenco Comfort Insoles and Pedag Cotten-Terry Summer Insoles are very popular especially in boat, casual, and dress shoes where the existing leather insole is either sewn or glued in -check out our Fits over Orthotics section. [caption id="attachment_2869" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="Best Cushioning Insoles for filling up Volume & Pain Relief"]Spenco Polysorb Heavy Duty Occupational Insoles[/caption] For those seeking to fill additional space while obtaining additional cushioning comfort, stability and motion control, the cushioning insoles and cushioned arch support insoles are a good solution.    Here again, the best insole all depends on how much space your looking to take up?  For those looking for @1/8 inch consider the Sof Sole Athletes or Spenco Proform Insoles,  @ 1/4 inch space look at the Sof Sole Arch or Spenco Walker Runner Insoles, and for those going to 3/8 of an inch the Sof Sole Airr, Airr Orthotic, and Spenco Heavy Duty Insoles will fill the space of ones shoes -not to mention provide all day cushioning comfort no matter if your standing on concrete all day or hiking in the mountains. Whether your just looking for replacement insoles for the boat shoes or casual loafer to filling space in those hiking boots, The Insole has a shoe insole to fit your needs.  Come check our insoles out today!
OOFOS OOahh Mocha Slides are Lightweight and Comfortable
Just bought my 1st pair of OOFOS and LOVE them! They are light weight, comfortable and I received them only 2 days after I ordered them. The free shipping was a big deal maker for me too. I will recommend them to my friends and family! Thank you. Fabulous Denimac
Sole Softec Response Custom Footbeds are the Best for Pain Relief
A daily fitness walker for 25+ years, I have been struggling with plantar fascia for the past 5-6 months.  I have tried "everything" out there without relief.  I purchased  a pair of Sole Softec Response footbeds a few days ago and the relieve was immediate.  It is so great to be able to walk without ongoing pain.  They are fantastic and I am going out to buy another pair for my everyday shoes. Outstanding in every respect! Don Check out all The Insole's Best Plantar Fasciitis Insoles -Today!
I Can’t Live Without My Superfeet Green Insoles
have been using the superfeet green insoles for 2-3 years now.  

I suffer from "plantar fasciitis" and after I got these shoe
inserts, they mostly solved the problem, but I still have
issues, with the condition but not with the
superfeet - they are great.

I feel like they are custom-made for my feet.

I find I can drive to other retailers; however, they sell them
by 5-6 bux more than The Insole,
but they last a long time, and they are the only ones that
Which Shoe Insoles are Best for Me?
Our customers often come to us due to foot pain and/or conditions for their parents, children, and/or themselves and are seeking a solution to the foot pain.   Some have never tried shoe insoles or orthotic arch supports and are not quite sure what they are looking for. Often we try to identify what a doctor (or podiatrist) may have recommended or what it is the customer is seeking.  The common division is:  are you looking for a cushioned insole, an orthotic arch support, or some hybrid in-between?     Most have already read our generalized "Insoles Guide" that gives some rough generalizations and idea's as to which type of shoe insoles are available. The premise behind cushioned insoles and orthotic arch supports operates on two different principals.  The cushion [caption id="attachment_1966" align="alignright" width="150" caption="Best Cushion Insoles"]Best Cushion Insoles[/caption] insoles provide shock absorption and pain relief from the shock and impact while an orthotic arch support uses the natural cushioning and structure of one's foot for properly forming your foot to a proper neutral foot position to absorb the shock and weight evenly across the entire structure of the foot. If your seeking more, re-read the different definitions of the insole types at our Insoles Guide.   Check out our FootCare & Insoles Blog, you will see specific articles tied to foot pain conditions, customer testimonials, or even reviews on individual shoe insoles.  We also have foot-care specialists to assist over the phone or via email. One of our common complaints is that orthotic arch supports are often rigid and cause some pain causing a customer to immediately reject the orthotic after 2 minutes of use.  Our most common statement is that one needs to wear them for a few days or even weeks to allow time for the foot muscles and tendons to stretch and adjust to a new position that they are not accustomed too.  After-all, we're looking to put our foot in the proper position right?   [caption id="attachment_2743" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="Best Orthotic Arch Supports"]Best Orthotic Arch Supports[/caption] Give your foot some time to adjust -it does not often happen instantly overnight.  Personally, it took my feet about 3 months before I could truly feel the real effects of wearing orthotic arch supports.  Today, my feet and legs do not have the fatigue that I used to have at the end of the day nor the forefoot pain I used to experience -as I had a habit of standing with all my weight on the balls of my feet.  My feet feel stronger and pain-free today while directly (or indirectly) my back and entire body (if not mind) feel better too.   Some basic keys to discover are your foot pain conditions, foot-arch type (flat, low, high arch), and the activities you participate in -if not just everyday life.  Of coarse, seeking a medical opinion would be the best coarse of action.  While some choose to have a $200-300 custom orthotic or a cheap drugstore shoe insoles, those insoles may not always be the answer. Let us know if we can help you find the best insole for your feet as we represent the Best Diversified Selection of Insoles found anywhere in the World-only at The Insole