Salford Insole Orange Flexible Orthotic Insoles
Salford Insole Orange Flexible Orthotic Insoles are a flexible orthotic insole, recommended to help treat foot pain in active people. Salford Orange Insoles are manufactured from the unique and highly durable SureStep-Control material, resulting in insoles that work as hard as you do.
Salford Insole Flexible Orthotic Insoles are recommended by NHS professionals and offers prescription-level support.
Sizing Information for Salford Insole Orange Flexible Orthotic Insoles
Salford Insole Orange Orthotics are available in thirteen different sizes. To quickly find the right one for you, take your UK shoe size and match it against the table below.
For a more accurate fit, we recommend removing the insole from an existing pair of shoes and measuring it at the longest and widest points. Once you have these measurements, consult our sizing chart below to find the best size for your feet.
|UK Shoe Size ||Insole Length x Width (mm) |
|UK Kids Size 12 ||195 x 65mm |
|UK Kids Size 13 ||205 x 68mm |
|UK Size 1 ||212 x 71mm |
|UK Size 2 ||219 x 75mm |
|UK Size 3 ||229 x 77mm |
|UK Size 4 ||236 x 80mm |
|UK Size 5 ||245 x 83mm |
|UK Size 6 ||254 x 84mm |
|UK Size 7 ||263 x 87mm |
|UK Size 8 ||270 x 92mm |
|UK Size 9 ||280 x 92mm |
|UK Size 10 ||288 x 97mm |
|UK Size 11 ||295 x 100mm |
How Thick Are Salford Insole Orange Insoles?
Please view the image and information below to find out just how thick Salford Insole Orange Orthotics are:
- Heel Thickness: 4mm
- Arch at Highest Point: 24mm
- Forefoot Thickness: 2mm
Features of the Salford Insole Flexible Orthotic Insole
- Provides firm arch support for the most active individuals
- Stabilises the foot in the neutral position to reduce fatigue and strain
- Precise anatomical design with added pronation control
- Rigid heel cup holds heel in place
- SureStep-Control material stays flexible.
- Product of a research programme from Europe's largest School of Podiatry at the University of Salford
- Machine washable
Perfect for Active Individuals
Active individuals require insoles that aren't going to need replacing every few months because the cushioning will start to wear down. Salford Insole are made with highly flexible, dense material that can withstand a tonne of wear, tear, use on the road or in the gym.
Optimum Arch Support
Because of their firm foundation, Salford Insole Orange Insoles support the arch at the top of the foot instead of letting the arch fall down into a strained position. This helps prevent further injury if you're recovering and assists with the build-up and repair of muscles in the mid and forefoot.
Can I Trim My Insoles?
Absolutely. If you aren't 100% satisfied with how your insoles fit right out of the box, your insoles can be trimmed using the following method:
- Remove your existing insole from your shoes
- Measure your existing insoles against the Salford Insole
- Mark around your existing insole to create a template
- Cut around the template until your insoles are the same size
Trimming should always be done from the toe-end of the insoles.
Conceived originally as the product of a research programme at Europe's largest School of Podiatry at the University of Salford, it's fair to say Salford Insole's know what they're doing. With decades of research behind them and their brand, they're the perfect option for active, on-the-go individuals.
A Proven Method for Controlling Pronation
Pronation can affect anyone. In fact, most people pronate or roll their ankles to some degree.
If you are experiencing pain as the result of this, you need insoles that are going to support not only your feet, but your ankles too. Salford Orange Insoles do just that, using a combination of a dense foundation material and an intuitive arch design.