Insoles

Discover the perfect blend of comfort and support with our exclusive range of custom insoles. We stock specialised insoles from various trusted brands such as DualGel and Scholl. Whether you're looking to enhance your everyday comfort or address specific foot issues, our collection has the solution you need.

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Specialised Insoles for Foot Health


Designed to alleviate discomfort, these insoles are tailored to meet the unique needs of individuals seeking relief from various foot conditions and discomforts. Our collection caters to your foot health, including conditions such as plantar fasciitis, flat feet, arch pain, and more. Choose from a variety of specialised insoles that cater to your specific needs. 


Pamper Your Feet 


Ideal for daily wear, our insoles address common foot concerns and provide a comfortable and supportive foundation for your feet, reducing fatigue and promoting overall well-being. In addition to insoles protecting your feet, incorporate products from our pamper range to elevate your foot care routine, enhancing the appearance of your feet. 


Orthopaedic Insoles FAQ’s 


Does everyone need to wear insoles?


Not everyone needs to wear insoles, but they can benefit those experiencing foot pain or certain medical conditions like plantar fasciitis. Particularly active individuals may use them for performance enhancement, and some individuals simply seek improved shoe comfort. 


What’s the difference between three-quarter-length insoles and full-length insoles?


Three-quarter-length insoles cover the forefoot and arch, making them suitable for footwear with limited space, such as dress shoes or high heels. Full-length insoles span the entire length of the shoe, offering support and cushioning from heel to toe, and are often used in shoes with a larger toe box, such as athletic trainers or casual footwear