Insole Buying Guide

Choosing the right insole depends on your foot type

I have a low/flat arch

Custom Arch support is best

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A low arch tends to roll inwards and “over pronates”. This leads to numerous alignment issues and joint soreness. All of our insoles absorb shock. Adding custom arch support is a great addition for those who

  • Stand/walk all day
  • Get sore knees hips and back

I have a high arch

Arch support typically isn't needed

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A high arch tends to “Supinate” or roll outwards. Therefore Arch support has little or no effect and can worsen alignment issues. In this case a flat pure energy absorbing insole is best to relieve pressure off the heel and ball of the foot.

  • You have pressure problems on the forefoot and ball of foot
  • Tend to tweak or sprain your ankles

TIPS

  • A mid arched foot can get both flat or orthotic insoles
  • A flat foot can choose a simple flat insole if desired however we recommend custom orthotics.
  • Check your shoe’s stock insoles to determine how thick of an FP Insole you should choose.
  • Women’s sizing is determined by adding 2 to men’s size. EX. a men’s 4 is a women’s 6
  • In case of out of stock sizes, all Flat insoles can be trimmed down to any size while orthotics can only be trimmed down one full size