Assess the problems you are having with your shoes to determine the type of insole to look for.
When buying insoles, it is important to consider the type of shoe and the type of activity you will be doing in that footwear.
Some insoles are designed to make your shoes feel softer, while others are made to be firm and provide arch support.


The correct insoles can lead to better arch support, improve alignment and reduce stress in the legs, feet, hips and back.
If you would rather have a professional pick out an insole, find a store that offers insole measurements or custom-fit insoles for a detailed analysis of what insole type will work best for you. If you find that you need more support, try a different type or style of insoles until you discover the best fit.


Insoles should typically last the life of two pairs of shoes, so replace after this time has passed to ensure maximum protection.



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