Custom Orthotics

Insoles that are shaped to the exact form of your feet and arch are known as custom orthotics. Whether the arch is high or low, these insoles are usually strong and a little more aggressive on the arch.

Over-the-counter Orthotics

Pre-molded arch supports that come in a variety of arch sizes are available over-the-counter orthotics. These insoles come in several arch forms. The most common of them include low, medium, and high arches.

Full-Length Orthotic

A removable insole shoe is a perfect choice for a full-length orthotic. This insert is more likely to fit with athletic shoes, which usually have the most toe room and a removable insert. Full-length orthotics can also have more cushioning and support for your forefoot.

3/4 Length Orthotics

In a dress shoe or a shoe without a removable insole, a 3/4-length orthotic is usually the best fit. Insoles that are 3/4 inches long are usually thin and solid. The fact that they are so thin accounts for their firmness. It is sturdy enough to withstand the weight if it is slim enough to take up less space in your shoes.

Dress Insoles

Dress shoes profit the most from these insoles. They fit perfectly in a men's dress shoe, so you don't have to worry about taking up too much toe space. They even fit into a women's heel or flat, taking up less space in the process. Dress insoles are suitable for those fancy shoes that lack arch support and help both men's and women's orthopedic health.

Memory Foam Insoles

Memory foam orthotics are full-length and thick. They'll usually fit into a shoe with a removable insole.


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