Comfort Insoles

Orthopaedic, cushioned insoles are designed to provide support and correct alignment issues in the feet. They can help realign the foot and ankle, preventing problems such as overpronation (rolling inward) or supination (rolling outward), which can lead to discomfort and pain. Our range features brands such as Dr Comfort and Scholl, ensuring you get the highest quality products from names you trust.

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Cushioned Insoles for Support


Our main focus at Simply Feet is your foot health. By providing additional support and reducing the impact on the feet, cushioned insoles can help prevent injuries. Active individuals, in particular, use specialised insoles to minimise impact and the risk of common sports-related injuries, such as shin splints, stress fractures, and Achilles tendonitis. They can also be used in casual shoes to provide all-day relief.


Comfort Insoles for Every Occasion


Whether you want a full-coverage insole that protects your feet in shoes such as trainers and casual shoes, or a three-quarter length insole suitable for heels and dress shoes, we’ve got the perfect pair for any occasion. 


Pamper Your Feet 


Our pamper range has products to further care for your feet, designed to tackle common foot concerns such as dry or chapped heels and foot odour.


Comfort Insoles FAQ’s 


What are comfort insoles?


Great for replacing worn-out footbeds in shoes. The comfort insoles are made of cushioning material – gel, foam or memory foam. These are great for reducing friction and relieving pressure on selected areas of the foot.


Can I wear custom insoles in all my shoes?


Absolutely! It's not just possible, but advisable to use insoles in all your shoes or switch them between pairs regularly. Insoles prove most beneficial when consistently worn, particularly for individuals with foot health concerns. Opt for three-quarter insoles in dress or heeled shoes, and full-length ones for trainers and casual footwear. Consider variations in shoe size, as you might need to acquire multiple insoles to ensure a proper fit for each pair in your collection.