Podotech Low Density High Raise Rubber Metatarsal Pads (Pack of 10 Pairs)
It's hard to find an insole that has both the sturdy grip of being made from rubber plus the high raise needed in order to give the foot the best correction it can. Podotech Low Density High Raise Rubber Metatarsal Pads does exactly this, making your search for the right sort of insole that much easier.
Who Can Benefit from the Rubber Metatarsal Pads
Rubber is designed to help alleviate the pain and fatigue after shoes have been worn for a considerable length of time. This means the rubber metatarsal pads are suitable for anyone who often suffers from fatigue in their legs and feet. The rubber also helps to ensure a strong grip once the pad has been inserted with the insole.
The high raise to the pad helps it to correct the foot's position far more effectively than a low raise pad.
The low density of the rubber means that it is soft and comforting as well as providing the support that the foot needs.
Features of the Rubber Metatarsal Pads
The pads are made from a low density rubber. This ensures the comfort of the pad but does not compromise on the grip or stability the pad offers.
The pad is higher around the front area. This helps to correct the position of the foot and ease any discomfort being felt from being in the wrong position.
These Podotech Metatarsal Pads are supplied in a pack of 10 pairs.
Sizing of the Rubber Metatarsal Pads
The Low Density Pad is available in three sizes, allowing you to find a size that is comfortable for your feet. Please see the table below for more information on sizing.
|Size ||UK Shoe Size |
|Small ||Up to Size 4 |
|Medium ||Size 5 - 6 |
|Large ||Size 7 - 9 |
Where Should I Apply the Metatarsal Supports?
These metatarsal supports should be placed at the front of your metatarsal area, just behind your toe joints. The flatter edge should be positioned just behind your metatarsal heads at the ball of your foot, with the tapered edge resting at the beginning of your arch and pointing towards your heel. The diagram below shows a general guide that will vary based on your insoles and foot shape.