Orthotic Arch Supports Orthotic arch supports are insoles that feature a rigid or semi-rigid support plate or support platform as part of their design. Orthotic arch supports may also be called “orthotic insoles,” “arch supports,” or just “orthotics.” These insoles are designed to ensure that your foot maintains a healthy, natural form all day long,…
Flat Feet Insoles
If your foot print shows your full width of your foot, it is very likely you have flat feet. A flat foot is when the bones of the feet collapse downward with a step of the foot. The naturally-occurring arches in the feet are not supporting the foot adequately.
Educational Series #2 – Common Reasons on Why You Should Buy an Insole
Common Reasons for Buying an Insole & Recommended Products Below are several of the top reasons we have seen for why our customers are buying insoles, as well as tips for buying an insole best for that reason.
What Happened to the New Balance Insoles?
Prior to 2020, New Balance granted a license to manufacturer Hickory Brands — located in Hickory, North Carolina — that allowed Hickory Brands to produce insoles using the New Balance name. Going into 2020, however, Hickory Brands decided to no longer license the New Balance name and instead continued production of the New Balance insoles…
Heel Pads for Heel Spurs? Here’s Our Top 3 Picks!
Heel spurs are a calcification in the bones of the heel that is generally shaped with jagged edges. They are usually found close to the area where the Achilles tendon attaches to the heel and can cause sharp pain, soreness, and/or fatigue in the heels of your feet.