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Tuesday, 25 September 2018

Whether you're breaking in a new pair of shoes, or planning to spend the night on your feet wearing your fabulous yet not-too-comfortable dance shoes, it's important to consider the fact that you might get a blister. For those who prefer to wear their favourite party shoes without insoles, we've come up with a list of suggestions for How To Keep Your Party Shoes Comfortable with Blister Plasters.

Thursday, 20 September 2018
Boost Your Training with Weighted Insoles

Insoles have received an outstanding reputation for preventing foot pain, arch pain or other foot-related problems, but what if insoles could do more than that, and actually become a source of exercise themselves? Weightsoles Weighted Insoles use their 8 ounce (227g) design to provide light exercise whenever they are put in use. This article explains the benefits of Weightsoles and who they are for, while explaining just how to Boost Your Training with Weighted Insoles.

Monday, 17 September 2018
Insoles for Peep Toe Shoes

If your shoes of choice often include sandals, high heels or even peep toe shoes, you need to pay special attention to the design of your insoles, ensuring they will remain invisible no matter what you choose to wear. We've decided to put together this list of Insoles for Peep Toe Shoes to help you find insoles that are guaranteed to stay hidden even in open-toed shoes, while keeping your feet comfortable and supported.

Monday, 10 September 2018
Best Insoles for Children

While in many cases foot problems in children go away on their own, it's irresponsible to count on that. And even if your child will eventually grow out of it, why not make the time until then more bearable and comfortable for them? We've listed some of the most common foot problems in children, including cold feet, flat feet, heel pain, over-pronation and foot odour, and found the perfect solution to each one. Read on to find out what we recommend as Best Insoles for Children.

Thursday, 30 August 2018
How Do You Find Your Podiatrists CH Code?

Some of the shoe insoles that we sell will require a referral from a healthcare expert before purchase. You can prove a referral by finding your practitioners registration number, which in the case of chiropodists and podiatrists, will start with the letters CH. If you're wondering just How Do You Find Your Podiatrists CH Code, this article explains how to get it and why you need it.

Tuesday, 28 August 2018
Top 5 Spenco Insoles

Most of us know that shoe insoles are the quickest way to find relief from pain foot problems, but with such a vast array available, finding the right pair for the job can be tough. As a first step, it's always a good idea to trust the manufacturer, and there are few names more trustworthy than Spenco. We've had our insole experts put together their list of the Top 5 Spenco Insoles, taking on feedback from our customers to provide the perfect choice for just about anybody.

Thursday, 23 August 2018
Best Insoles for Running

It doesn't matter if you're just looking to keep fit or if you're a sportsperson looking to win your next race, insoles have been proven to reduce the risk of injury, decrease levels of pain, and provide support to your feet while running. As it's hard to know which insoles are the insoles that would suit you and your running style, we have found the insoles that we believe are the Best Insoles for Running to help you choose.

Thursday, 23 August 2018
Best Thin Insoles

If your feet are uncomfortable and sore and if you keep sustaining repetitive injuries to the foot, ankle and knees, then there's a good chance that you need some shoe insoles. Thin insoles provide comfort, support and relief, while also remaining discreet, meaning that you can continue your day without realising that they are there. We've created this list of our Best Thin Insoles to help you find a pair that provide comfort and support while also being subtle, discreet and unnoticeable.

Monday, 20 August 2018
Top 5 Thick Insoles

Thick insoles reduce stress on the joint muscles and bones, providing good shock absorption that redirects the impact from activities on the bones, joints, ligaments and muscles. Moreover, the support and comfort of thick insoles helps to reduce pain stemming from common foot conditions, such as plantar fasciitis, over-pronation, runner's knee, corns or calluses. To help you find just the right pair of thick shoe insoles for your needs, we've assembled this list of Top 5 Thick Insoles that should answer all your questions.

Thursday, 16 August 2018
How to Stop Shoes from Rubbing the Top of Your Foot

If your shoes rub on the top of your foot the effect can range from mildly irritating to somewhat dangerous. Blisters can ruin your day and can make walking difficult, while the repeated use of ill-fitting shoes can cause calluses or bunions to develop. We understand how frustrating it is to buy some new shoes that cause great pain and discomfort on the top of your foot. We asked our experts and created this list detailing How to Stop Shoes from Rubbing the Top of Your Foot.

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