Sidas 3Feet High Arch Work Insoles
For use in industrial workplaces, the Sidas 3Feet High Arch Work Insoles will relieve your feet from high arch pain throughout your day. Designed with an anti-static forefoot strip, these insoles will keep you safe while preventing foot pain from obstructing your ability to get the job done.
Sizing of the Sidas 3Feet High Arch Work Insoles
These working insoles are a unisex insole that comes in six sizes, so they should be able to fit the majority of adults. To find which size is your best fit, simply match your shoe size with the corresponding insole sizes in the table below:
|UK Shoe Size
|UK Size 2 - 3
|UK Size 4 - 5
|UK Size 6 - 7
|UK Size 8 - 9
|UK Size 10 - 11
|UK Size 12 - 13
Who Can Benefit from the Sidas Work High Arch Insoles?
Manual labourers, construction and manufacturing workers with high arches will find these insoles a safe and simple way to improve the quality of their working day. As this sort of work takes a heavy toll on your body, having the incorrect arch support can present serious risks. With 34mm of arch support these insoles will help to reduce any dangerous stresses that your feet may face.
These insoles were built for use in environments where a rogue spark could come with serious consequences. The Sidas Work Insoles feature a forefoot anti-static strip which works to reduce any excess electrical charge building from friction between your feet and inner shoe to keep you safe as well as providing exceptional arch support.
Are These Insoles Certified?
You can be confident in the technical excellence of the Sidas High Arch Work Insoles as they are ESD certified. This means that they meet the requirements established by the Electrostatic Discharge Control for ensuring no charge greater than or equal to 100 volts is released by the user. For optimum protection, these insoles should be used alongside other anti-static clothing.
What Conditions Will These Insoles Assist Against?
Thanks to their high-arch support, gel cushioning and anti-bacterial covering these insoles will help prevent a number of conditions, such as:
- Arch Pain
- Arch Strain
- Back Pain
- Corns and Calluses
- Claw Toes
- Foot Fatigue
- General Foot Pain
- Heel Pain
- Knock Knees
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Plantar Fibroma
- Shin Splints
- Under Pronation
- Weak Arches
High Arch Support
Working without the correct arch support can present a lot of risk to your feet and joints. These insoles have a built in 34mm EVA arch support that distributes pressure and encourages correct foot alignment which in turn will improve your bodily posture. Don't suffer from high arches, choose these insoles for better alignment and reduced foot pain and fatigue.
Cushioning and Comfort
Featuring a gel pad in the heel, these insoles are shock absorbent and will help to reduce the impacts that your feet will face across the working day. Thanks to this cushioning, you can be confident of a comfortable wear while on site and know that your heavy work is not presenting risks to your joints in the long term.
Are These Insoles Hygienic?
Poor foot hygiene can easily develop while working in a hot and busy industrial environment, if unchecked this can easily result in other issues such as foot odour. These insoles help to combat this with a micro-fibre covering that is both comfortable and anti-bacterial, providing microbial resistance to promote a fresher foot throughout the day.
Key Features of the Sidas 3Feet High Arch Work Insoles
- Anti-bacterial microfibre topcover is comfortable and helps promote good foot hygiene at work
- High arch support provided by a 34mm tall EVA shell for relief from pain and associated issues
- Shock-absorbent gel heel pad distributes pressure to ensure that your feet and joints are healthy
- Anti-static strip in the forefoot safely dissipates electrical charge to prevent dangers in the workplace
What Kind of Arches Do I Have?
Using the correct arch support will reduce foot pain, improving comfort in your everyday life. For these insoles to work effectively, you must select the arch support that is right for you. You can find out whether you have low, medium or high arches by following the simple steps below.
- Wet your foot and step onto a surface that will allow you to see the print of your foot once you have taken it away.
- Low arches: indicated by the print showing your whole foot.
- Medium arches: 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: indicated by an extremely thin, possibly disjointed line connecting your ball of foot and heel markings.
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 to determine your arch type, then choose from one of these insoles: