Podotech Stars Mira Insoles
It can be hard trying to find the right level of comfort and support for your feet after you have been on them all day. The Podotech Stars Mira Insoles range, however, can provide the support your feet need. They have similar properties to the Polaris Insoles but come with an additional layer of EVA to provide even more comfort and support for the feet.
Who Can Benefit from the Podotech Stars Mira Insoles
The non-slip rubber base of the Mira Insoles provides stability and support once they have been inserted into shoes. They have the benefits of a custom-made orthotic due to the ability to insert posting if required - thanks to the exposed bottom shell - but do not come with the price tag of custom-made insoles. This means they are suitable for a large number of people because they can be adapted to provide the support an individual needs in their insoles.
The Mira Insoles have an added element of support and comfort compared to the other Podotech Stars range. This is because it has an additional layer of EVA, stretching out below the forefoot. EVA is a foam-based material, renowned for providing comfort and pain relief in insoles. This additional layer takes the insoles to a new level of comfort. This makes them ideal for people who are suffering from foot pain, especially when the pain is not focused to one place in the foot.
Features of the Podotech Stars Mira Insoles
The Mira Insoles has a customisable shell due to it being constructed from thermo-mouldable nylon. The insoles can also be adjusted due to the way they lack posting but have an exposed bottom shell to make it possible to insert posts when they are required.
Additional support is provided through the 4-degree rearfoot and the heel cups, helping to control the foot once it is resting on the insole.
The insole has a low profile due to the lack of heel posts, meaning they will fit into nearly any type of shoes, even low, flat ones.
The insole is made up of a mixture of Neoprene and EVA. Both extend across the whole length of the insole. Unlike other insoles, the EVA continues across the bottom of the forefoot. This is where the additional support is provided for the insole.
The insoles are available in a range of different sizes. If you are on the border of a size, it is suggested you move up a size for comfort purposes.