2 CommentsMonday, 4 January 2021 | Eugene
Even a slight lack of balance can lead to a host of painful conditions and fatigue, and the wrong footwear can be a prime contributor. Read on for the top picks from our experts of the Best Balance Insoles.
Monday, 4 January 2021 | Eugene
Our insoles experts at ShoeInsoles.co.uk have compiled the definitive list of Our Top 10 Best Insoles, providing all the latest knowledge to relieve your foot pain, provide support and make your shoes more comfortable.
Wednesday, 18 November 2020 | Eugene
Overpronation is common, but it can lead to a range of other foot conditions and pains if left untreated. Read about our Best Insoles for Overpronation, with our expert picks of the top insoles to align your gait.
Tuesday, 24 April 2018 | Admin
Enertor have been running (and helping you run) since 1998. Since their infancy, the brand have gone from strength to strength to become one of the world leaders in orthotics. Learn more about their history and what makes them special by reading on!
Monday, 21 December 2015 | Admin
When we place our feet on the ground, the foot will roll to compensate for the movement and the pressure being placed on the foot and ankle. For some people, it rolls just the right amount.
12 CommentsMonday, 17 August 2015 | Alex
If your feet are bothering you but you don't know why, our graphic is the ideal solution. Simply click on the area that is giving you trouble and see our detailed guides on how to combat the conditions.
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Tuesday, 14 July 2015 | Admin
Pronation is the term given to feet which tend to roll inwards when in motion, placing the majority of weight on the inside of the foot. Also known as over-pronation, this condition is generally considered to be the opposite of Supination (also known as under pronation).