Copper Fit Arch Wave are orthotic insoles that feature a patent-pending QuattraFlex technology. This foot tech includes adaptive arch support with 4-finger independent suspension. In other words, the insoles are designed to blend with your movements while providing the right amount of support. The combination of an orthotic insert and a flexible insole helps reduce foot fatigue. Additionally, these specialized inserts provide enough cushion to reduce impact while increasing comfort. Users can expect to experience less discomfort during high-impact activities while wearing this product.
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These insoles provide dynamic pressure distribution which helps the user feel all-around comfort while walking, running, or jumping. The key to this pressure-disbursing is in the heel cup. It both supports the heel and allows for maximum movement.
The ultra-thin design allows the user to forget they are wearing insoles at all. They are thin enough to feel like they are a part of your shoe while providing enough cushion for arch support and comfort. Furthermore, their increased flexibility makes them easier to insert into shoes.
The cushioning of the footbed gives the user the adaptive support needed to withstand even high-performance activities. Sports or running become easier on the feet thanks to the overall engineering of the footbed. Thus, users don’t need to have separate shoes for walking and high-impact activities when using these inserts.
These insoles do not come in individual sizes. Instead, you need to cut them to fit into your shoes. Thus, if you cut them incorrectly, you’d need to buy more insoles and try again.
The official website claims these insoles are the “world’s first orthotic insoles that adapt to your feet. ” However, there are many inserts like them on the market. Even if they were originally the first of their kind, they are in a crowded and competitive market now.
The colors of this insole are blue and green. No other variations are available. If users need a color other than blue peeking out from inside their shoe, they’ll need to look elsewhere.
This product comes in two standard sizes: one for men and one for women. Each need to be trimmed according to shoe size. However, this sizing option increases the odds that the insoles will fit comfortably into your shoes after trimming.
The energy rebound feature of these insoles helps users reduce foot fatigue. This is especially helpful for those who are on their feet all day or for those who play sports. Additionally, their anti-fatigue design aids with foot support and comfort.
It is unclear whether these inserts can be used with sneakers that have specially-designed insoles. Custom-engineered insoles are already standard in many sneaker models. In some running shoes, adding extra inserts may make them uncomfortable.
The fine print within the infomercial mentions that individual results vary. Thus, you may or may not feel improved support with this product. As further mentioned within the fine print, orthotic insoles are designed to alleviate discomfort and foot fatigue. This means you might find ideal support with this or other inserts through trial-and-error.
Poorly designed shoes can lead to more than just foot pain. They can cause hip, knee, leg and back pain, too. Insoles might not be the ideal solution for foot discomfort. Instead, a better-quality shoe might do the trick (and do it better) in the long run.
This product can be a good temporary solution for poor-quality shoes. Instead of investing in sneakers or other shoes with adequate support, you can go the cheaper route and get these orthotic insoles to alleviate discomfort. Additionally, having a pair of spare insoles handy will save you the money it would cost to drive to the store to buy inserts because some shoe designs will always feel better with extra support.
Carefully remove the insoles from their packaging.
Trim the insoles along the guided lines according to your shoe size.
Place one insole into each shoe, making sure the top of the inserts reaches the toe area.
Try your shoes on with the insoles in and adjust as necessary.
Insoles have a breaking-in period. This means they might not be comfortable right away. Wait for your feet to align into the most ideal positions before giving up on the inserts. Orthotic insoles are designed to ensure optimized pressure in all the right spots, which can take some time as your feet adjust to the change.
When trimming the product, try tracing it along an old insole from a comfortable shoe. By trimming according to the size of one of your other insoles, you can ensure you’ll cut it to an ideal size. If you are unsure about the size, it’s better to cut less first and trim down as needed after trying it on.
When it’s time to wash your insoles, handwashing them with a mild detergent and warm water will do the trick. Then, when finished, simply allow them to air dry. Once the insoles are dry, you can place them back into your shoes and repeat the cleaning process as needed.
Insoles can make larger shoes fit better. Thus, you can use these inserts to make shoes that are otherwise too big fit just right. On the other hand, shoes without removable inserts might feel a bit snug with this product.
Dr. Scholl’s Custom Fit Orthotics can be customized based on foot size, pressure points, arch and a person’s weight. While no trimming is required and their pain relief benefits are clinically proven–these insoles are best for shoes other than sneakers, such as flats or dress shoes. However, while not ideal, they can be used in work boots and sneakers as needed.
Designed to be used with removable liners, these insoles provide arch support to reduce pain and fatigue. They are ideal for running, though they can also be used in walking shoes. These inserts provide shock absorption, odor reduction, rebound and enhanced stability.
A simpler option, these insoles are engineered to alleviate pain from plantar fasciitis, flat feet and other foot pain. They include a multi-layer, breathable cushion. These inserts can be used in many different types of shoes, including sneakers and work boots. Like the Arch Wave, they provide arch support and reduce foot fatigue.
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