Comfo-Arch™ Insoles are molded, extremely lightweight orthotic shoe inserts for all occasions. These rigid insoles have a deep heel cup seat and anatomical design to support the heel and midfoot. Comfo-Arch™ Insoles may be worn with or without an existing shoe insole. The Comfo Arch™ is one of the thinnest, inexpensive insoles that can be easily trimmed with scissors. By Myfootshop.com. 1 pair/pkg.
Comfo-Arch™ Insoles are a stiff arch support available in Extra Small, Small, Medium, Large, and Extra Large. Latex free.
Indications - The Comfo-Arch™ Insole arch support shoe insert is used in the treatment of arch pain, arthritis of the foot and ankle, cuboid syndrome, flat feet, forefoot pain, heel pain, heel spur syndrome, peroneal tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, posterior tibial tendon dysfunction, pronation, shin splints, sinus tarsi syndrome, and tarsal tunnel syndrome. A great orthopedic insole used as an orthotic for pronation and as an orthotic for supination. Also a great arch support insert for runners.
Foot Care Tip! When shopping for arch support inserts, ask yourself these questions: Will they fit into dress shoes? Are they soft, semi-rigid or rigid? Are they best for casual, dress, sports, or work? On a scale of 1-5 (1 poor/5 best), we rate the Comfo-Arch™ Insole a '4' for dress shoes and a '5' for work boots and hiking boots. We recommend this arch support for all work and sports activities. Be sure to check each of our other arch supports for additional information.
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Can this be worn in a sandal?
As the saying goes: if the Comfo Arch fits, wear it!
What is the Comfo Arch made of?
It's a composite material that feels like a foamy plastic. It is stiff yet pliable. Easy to trim if needed and very comfortable. You hardly know it's in your shoe.
I have had flat feet since birth. When I spend a lot of time standing or walking my feet get really sore and achy. Can the Comfo-Arch Insoles help my foot pain?
The Comfo-Arch Insoles could be a very helpful product for you. They have a great arch support and are designed to support the heel and midfoot.
What causes shin splints and what can I do to prevent them?
Shin splints are caused by stress on the shin bone and connective tissues that attach to the muscles and bones. We all know the pain that can be caused by them. Fallen arches are also a contributing factor to shin splints. So the best way to help prevent them is with arch support. Comfo-Arch Insoles are great for this.
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