If you are suffering from foot or heel pain and wanting to buy a pair of insoles to help get rid of it you need to first understand what is causing your foot pain. There are various different causes of foot pain. Everyone’s feet are different and foot pain can be caused by a number of different issues. For example if you have flat feet or high arches you are more prone to developing excessive pronation when you walk. This can cause
If you suffer from excessive pronation you need to buy insoles that help to correct this. If you however your foot pain is caused because you are on your feet for long periods buying a pair of gel insoles that help to spread pressure underneath your feet can help.
Here at Shoewawa we have an extensive range of different insoles that will help to ease foot pain and treat common foot injuries such as plantar fasciitis. All of our insoles come with a full 30 day money back guarantee, this means if you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase you cans end them back to us within 30 days to get a full refund. If you are returning an item please include a note with your information on it so that we know who to issue the refund.
List of the best insoles:
What are the best arch support insoles for treating plantar fasciitis?
Arch support insoles are designed to help support the arch of your foot. The plantar fascia makes up the arch of your foot stretching from your toes to your heel. The plantar fascia is one of the strongest ligaments found in your body and is designed to cope under immense levels of pressure. The plantar fascia has a number of different functions including helping to shift weight from your heel to your toes during the push off phase of the gait cycle, support and protect your metatarsal bones and absorb shock preventing shock from damaging your foot and lower limbs. Bio-mechanical imbalances can gradually cause the plantar fascia to degenerate and weaken making it more susceptible to inflammation and damage. When this occurs it is known as plantar fasciitis. Plantar fasciitis can be very tricky to get rid of. If you have plantar fasciitis you should make sure that you keep your arches protected and supported to prevent further damage to the plantar fascia, only by doing this will your feet be able to properly recover.
There are lots of different benefits wearing a pair of arch support insoles can bring, for example they can help to support and protect your feet in order to help to treat and prevent plantar fasciitis. If you have plantar fasciitis your foots ability to protect itself from shock and damage maybe compromised making it more prone to further damage and your plantar fasciitis worsening. They have been made with a wide variety of different technologies to help improve your foot function, protect and better support your feet to help prevent further foot damage. For example, these arch support insoles use orthotic support technology that is designed to realign and re-position your feet helping to correct bio-mechanical and functions problems such as over pronation and supination which maybe causing extra strain and pressure on your arches causing your plantar fasciitis.
If you are looking for a pair of insoles that will get rid of your plantar fascitiis once and for all then look no further. These insoles have super rigid arch support helping to eliminate as much strain and pressure off your arches as possible. These insoles also use motion control technology that works with the function of your feet to prevent you from pronating or supinating too much. These insoles come in a range of different size and will fit inside just about any type of shoes. For the perfect fit you can also trim them to size!
Rigid arch support give your feet the support that they need where they need it the most
Motion control helps to prevent excessive pronation.
Made from shock absorbing eva with memory foam top layer for extra comfort.
Can be trimmed to size quickly and easily.
Ideal for flat feet and those with high arches.
Works with the biomechanics of your feet to help improves foot function as well as your posture, eliminating risk of injury not just in your feet but across your whole body.
What are the best insoles for high arches?
If you have high arches you are more likely to develop bio-mechanical and functional imbalances in your feet that can affect the way that you walk. Imbalances in your feet can place excessive strain and load on key ligaments and joints in your lower limbs and cause injury. The most common form of imbalance in those who have high arches is Over pronation. Over pronation can cause a number of different foot and lower limbs injuries such as metatarsalgia, plantar fasciitis and Achilles tendonitis.
A pair of Footrevivers is a perfect choice if you have high arches as they utilize a range of orthotic technologies to give your feet the very best protection and support in the places where they need it the most. Feature a rigid high arch that takes strain off the arch reducing your risk of developing common foot injuries such as plantar fasciitis. Orthotic compression also helps to readjust the positioning of your feet in order to prevent movement that may cause damage to your feet and lower limbs. These insoles are also made form very the best shock absorbing materials that are super lightweight and durable to help protect your feet from damaging shock when walking or running on hard surfaces.
What are the best insoles for running?
Running can really take its toil on your feet if you are not wearing the right kind of support inside your running shoes. Shock generated as your foot strikes the ground when you run can cause damage to the joints and ligaments found in your foot. This means runners are more susceptible to running injuries such as plantar fasciitis and shin splints. If you are looking for a good pair of running insoles then look no further. These insoles have been ergonomically designed to correct the bio-mechanics of your feet preventing a wide range of common running injuries. They are also built to be super lightweight and with shock absorption in mind making them a perfect choice for runners!
What are the best insoles for getting rid of heel pain?
If you suffer from plantar fasciitis, heel spurs, ankle instabilities, Achilles tendinitis or just general heel pain wearing a pair of these insoles may help! One way that they can help with your heel pain is by preventing movement that can cause damage to the heel. These insoles are designed to cup around your heel helping to support it in the correct position and improve stability. This ensures that your foot does not move in a way that can damage the fragile ligaments and joints found within your heel allowing your heel to recover. These insoles are also designed to help better spread pressure underneath your soles and heel preventing this pressure from building up and damaging your feet.
What are the best all round sports insoles?
Playing sports such as football and rugby can involve a lot of sudden movement and twisting of the ankle and foot, as well as generate a lot of shock as your foot hits the ground when you run and jump. This can make your feet more prone to damage and injury that is why it is important to protect your feet by wearing a good pair insoles whilst playing sports.
If you are looking for some good all round sports insoles then these insoles are worth looking at. These insoles feature an range of different technologies that will help to support your whole foot and improve the way your foot functions to help you to avoid injury. Also features a super soft memory foam top layer that will help to make your feet feel extremely comfortable.
What are the best Gel insoles?
These gel insoles are the best choice for anyone looking for insoles that will provide instant foot pain relief. These insoles will adapt to the shape of your feet providing a custom level of support and protection. Ideal for any occasion, whether wearing for long tiresome shopping trips or for playing sports in!
What are the best Insoles for Standing All Day in?
Standing for long periods at a time on your feet especially on hard surfaces without adequate support or protection can cause pressure to build up underneath the soles and heels of your feet. This pressure can overtime cause damage to the joints, ligaments and bones found in your feet and cause injuries such as Morton’s neuroma, metatarsalgia, plantar fasciitis and Achilles tendinitis to develop. Standing for long periods can also cause other injuries to develop in your lower limbs as well and has been linked to shin pain, knee, hip and even lower back pain. Wearing the right insoles can help protect you from these problems and keep you on your feet for longer.
What are the best insoles for treating leg length discrepancies and Achilles tendinitis?
If you are looking for some inserts that are compact, discrete and lightweight that will also provide you with great arch support then these shoe lifts maybe for you. Made from silicone gel these insoles are also great at protecting your feet from shock and easing aches and pains if you are on your feet for long periods at a time. Not only will they help to keep to stop you from getting plantar fasciitis they will also give you a little height boost too!
Frequently asked questions
Here at Shoewawa we have compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions about shoe insoles to help you decide what pair is best for you.
How long will a pair of insoles last?
A good pair of insoles should last for at least 2-3 months. No pair of insoles will last forever once a pair of shoe insoles begin to wear away the support and protection that they provide to you will fade. That is why we recommended replacing your insoles regularly to keep your feet protected.
Can I wear insoles on top of other shoe inserts?
You should not wear a pair of insoles on top of another pair of shoes inserts for a number of reasons including:
-Placing an insole on top of another shoe insert can create an imbalance that can affect the way you walk leading to excessive load and strain on ligaments and joints in your feet and lower limbs.
-The stability of your shoes may also be affected making your more prone to movement that may damage the foot and ankle.
-Your shoes may become too tight if if you put too many inserts inside your shoes. Tight shoes have been linked to a number of different foot injuries such as bunions, blisters, Morton’s neuroma, hammer toes, plantar fasciitis and heel spurs.
What are the best shoes to wear insoles with?
You should wear shoes that have a wide toe box and that have plenty of room for both your feet and the insoles. Another consideration to take into account when buying a new pair of shoes is that the shoes should should have a rigid sole that absorbs shock and keeps your feet in a natural and comfortable position. You can read our blog post about the most comfortable shoes to wear here.
I have flat feet what insoles should I buy?
If you have flat feet you should look buy insoles that have rigid arch support. If you have flat feet it can make you more at risk of bio-mechanical imbalances such as over pronation which can place excessive load and strain on key ligaments found in your feet increasing your risk of foot injuries. Wearing insoles with arch support can help to take strain off your feet and prevent bio-mechanical imbalances from occurring.
I bought a new pair of insoles but my feet feel uncomfortable when wearing them, is this normal?
Your feet will take time to get used to the support that your new insoles provide you, this is known as the “break in period”. Your feet should get used to the support within a week. If not you may want to consider returning them. Here at Shoewawa all of our insoles come with a 30 day money back guarantee which means if you are not happy with your new pair of insoles for whatever reason you can send them back to us to receive a full refund.no questions asked.