Which Powerstep Insoles are the Best for You?
Thursday, 14 February 2019
Powerstep produce some of our best selling shoe insoles, with their huge range covering a variety of foot conditions, foot discomfort, stability problems and more. Powerstep are known for their affordable, reliable and ready-to-wear designs, which is why they are a favourite among our customers. They don't just treat common foot conditions either, with the ProTech brand requiring a prescription from your doctor, and the Powerkids brand proving suitable for children.
Whether you require some comfortable, stabilising high heel insoles for your next night out, or some thick, cushioning insoles that protect your feet while you're at work, Powerstep have got your back. We've decided to make this article explaining the haves and have not's of Powerstep, helping you to make the right choice.
Where Do I Begin with Powerstep?
Our Powerstep Range boils down to three categories. These are:
To help you make your choice further, we're going to break down each category giving you the lowdown on each Powerstep Insole in a simple, accessible way. We'll start with the Powerstep Orthotic range.
Powerstep Orthotic Insoles
These are the Powerstep Insoles for most people. Consisting of five fantastic insoles, they are all offer different qualities which makes them all uniquely different. The five insoles are the Powerstep Original, Powerstep Pinnacle, Powerstep Slim-Tech, Powerstep Pinnacle Max and the Powerstep Slenderfit Fashion.
Which Powerstep Orthotic Insoles for Me?
Powerstep Protech Insoles (require a podiatrist's code)
Next up is the two Powerstep Protech Insoles. These insoles actually require a podiatrist's CH code to purchase them, so it's likely that the choice in purchase will have already been made for you. Still we're going to explore them a little bit below.
Powerstep Protech Pro Classic Plus Orthotic Insoles
The Powerstep Protech Pro Classic Plus Orthotic Insoles are designed to create medical grade support with creating too much bulk in your shoes. They are the practical solution for beating pain, and their firm, flexible shell offers impressive support through the day. A Poron heel pad and a CVT foam layer protects core areas, proving ideal for a wide range of conditions.
Powerstep Protech Pro Control Orthotic Insoles
The Powerstep Protech Pro Control Orthotic Insoles differ from their counterparts because they have a double layer and a deeper heel cup, which helps to improve foot control, foot positioning and prevent pronation. Again medical-grade, these insoles can absorb all of the pressure felt by the foot, helping to improve pain that's not just associated with your foot, but with your ankle, knee and lower back.
Powerstep Powerkids (require a podiatrist's code)
Finally we have our Powerstep Powerkids Insoles. These still require a podiatrist's code, so it's important to speak to your GP, podiatrist or expert before you think about buying these insoles.
Powerstep Powerkids Paediatric 3/4 Orthotics
Again requiring authorisation from a medical professional, the Powerstep Powerkids Paediatric 3/4 Orthotics are designed for young children, ranging from children's sizes 7.5 up to adult sizes 3. They are designed for mild pronation, arch pain, poor foot alignment, general foot pain and more, with their maximum cushioning design offering superb support. Available in six different sizes these shoes don't require trimming, proving suitable for most young children under the age of 12.
How Do I Buy Powerstep Insoles?
If you've decided which Powerstep Insoles that you want to buy, then you can head over to the product listing and put in an order. To do so, click the corresponding insole image above and head over to their product page. If you'd like to browse further, you can take a look at our Powerstep Insoles category.