Sidas 3Feet Activ Insoles for High Arches
Sidas 3Feet Activ Insoles for High Arches are excellent insoles for active people. Especially designed for high arches, Sidas 3Feet Activ Insoles are made to be the ideal anatomical shape for those with high arches. The firm yet flexible support and shock absorbing materials provide the wearer with excellent arch support and pressure distribution, helping to provide overall comfort.
Sizing Information for Sidas 3Feet Activ Insoles for High Arches
Sidas 3Feet Activ High Arch Insoles are available in six different sizes that should suit most adults. To find your best size, simply match your shoe size to the table below.
To ensure a precise level of fit, we recommend removing the existing insole from your shoes and measuring the length and width at the longest and widest point as shown in the image below. Match these measurements to the dimensions listed below in order to find the pair that will best fit your shoes.
|Insole Size ||UK Shoe Size ||Dimensions (Length x Width) |
|Extra Small ||Size 2 - 3 ||235 x 82mm |
|Small ||Size 4 - 5 ||250 x 85mm |
|Medium ||Size 6 - 7 ||270 x 94mm |
|Large ||Size 8 - 9 ||288 x 96mm |
|Extra Large ||Size 10 - 11 ||295 x 96mm |
|XX-Large ||Size 12 - 13 ||314 x 103mm |
How Thick are Sidas 3Feet Activ Insoles?
One of the most common questions we get is "how thick are these insoles?" It's vital you have a good understanding of how flat or high your insoles are before purchasing. If you don't you may struggle to fit your insoles inside a certain pair of shoes. Please view the image below for a better visual representation!
If you're after precise thickness measurements to ensure your insoles fit perfectly, we've got you covered.
- Front Foot Height: 2mm
- Arch at Highest Point: 32mm
- Heel Height: 5mm
Who Can Benefit From Wearing the Sidas 3Feet Activ Insoles for High Arches?
These Sidas Insoles are unisex, so everyone can benefit from the 3Feet Activ Insoles comfort and support. This particular range is designed to be worn during sports or active use like walking and hiking.
The Sidas 3Feet Activ Insoles feature a non-slip design to prevent foot pain and blisters sometimes associated with running and other sports. These insoles can also help to combat other common foot conditions such as heel pain, heel spurs, metatarsal pain and over-pronation.
What Kind of Arches Do I Have?
Using the correct arch support can improve comfort and reduce pain while hiking. But it is crucial that you select the arch support that is right for your arches. You can find out whether you have low, medium or high arches by reading our What is Arch Pain blog, or by following the simple steps below.
- Wet your foot and step onto a surface that will allow you see the print of your foot once you have taken it away.
- Low arches will be indicated by the print showing your whole foot.
- Medium arches will be indicated by the print showing a clear outline of your foot, with the ball of your foot and your heel connected by a strip
- High arches will be indicated by an extremely thin, possibly disjointed line connecting your ball of foot and heel markings.
Features of the Sidas 3Feet Activ Insoles for High Arches
Designed to be worn for sports or active use the Sidas 3Feet Activ Insoles feature a non-slip design to prevent foot pain and blisters sometimes associated with running and other sports. The light, breathable material means they keep feet cool, dry and comfortable.
How do Sidas 3Feet Insoles Assist with Movement?
The specially adapted shell is made to give correct support to high arches to encourage correct natural gait and dynamic forefoot flex. These insoles also feature a wide gel pad for enhanced heel cushioning making every landing comfortable and energy efficient.
- Light, breathable design
- Forefoot cushioning for impact resistance
- Gel heel pad cushioning absorbs shock
- For high arched feet individuals
Which Sidas 3Feet Insoles Should I Choose?
These insoles are available with three levels of arch support. Refer to the "What Kind of Arches Do I Have" section below to determine your arch type, then choose from one of these three arch types: