Powerstep Comfortlast Cushioning Insoles Review – Orthotic Qualities with Cushioning Softness

powerstep comfortlast cushioning insoles

powerstep comfortlast cushioning insoles

 

The Powerstep Comfortlast Cushioning Insole is the most impressive cushion insole to ever hit the footwear market.  Stable Step, Inc.  has come out with their only cushion insole for the footcare market and they’ve filled a niche that hadn’t truly been served with an over the counter shoe insole.  The Comfortlast Cushioning Insoles not only offers a heel-to-arch-to-toe full length cushion but is built in a higher density with arch support that can assist with foot pain and conditions like no other cushion insole around.

Most cushion insoles are either flat or offer arch support but tend to be to ‘springy’ or soft.  The high density foam cushioning in the ComfortLast’s actually offer support and are definitely a good insole for over pronation, plantar fasciitis, arch, heel, or forefoot pain.  For this Powerstep Comfortlast Cushioning Insoles Review, what is most impressive is the ‘Arch Support’ holds its shape and cradles the foot arch not allowing it to over-collapse which is ideal.

Powerstep’s ComfortLast Cushioning Insoles combine shock-absorbing gel technology and slow-recovery foam for maximum comfort. Plush cushioning throughout the full length of the insole and shock-absorbing gel at the heel soften the impact of each step. The anatomically contoured shape incorporates an arch support and heel cradle for enhanced comfort. Ideal for all-day comfort in any shoe or increased support while walking or jogging.

I wore them in my tight fitting athlete shoes to get a good idea of sizing and feel these are best for mid to loose fitting shoes.

Powerstep Comfort Last Insoles

Powerstep Comfort Last Insoles

Personally I like to tie my laces tight and had to loosen them up a bit; however one needs to remember these shoes are tight and most larger cushion insoles would not fit well in them -so the Comfortlast’s work.  They measure 1/4 inch thick at the forefoot and @ 1/4 inch thick at the bottom of the heel support.  The top of the arch support comes in at 1 1/8 inch thick but is closer to 3/4 thick about a 1/2 inch off the inside edge of the shoe.   They will work for all arch types (flat feet, low, neutral, and high).

I will say that I wore these insoles over the Thanksgiving Holiday and as we were “All Hands on Deck” to take care of all our customers Black Friday & Cyber Monday sales, my feet have withstood any foot pain associated with standing on concrete all day with these insoles.  But what really gets me is the arch support -I’ve not felt anything like it in a cushoin insole and believe this is one of the best insoles to hit the market in a long time.   If you want to see all that The Insole Store.com has to offer, check our Best Cushioned Arch Support Insoles.

For those truly seeking arch support but cannot tolerate a stiffer semi-rigid or rigid orthotic arch support,  The Powerstep ComfortLast Cushioning Insoles are the answer.  Try a Pair Today!!!