Sole Thin Casual Insoles
The Sole Thin Casual Insoles are designed to be as minimal as possible, with a very low profile to fit in slim, tight fitting casual shoes and provide strong support to feet. With a thin design, these insoles are especially suited to fashion shoes, for example court shoes or high heels.
Who Can Benefit from the Sole Thin Casual Insoles?
The Sole Thin Casual Insoles are suitable for:
- Plantar fasciitis
- Morton's neuroma
- Achilles tendonitis
By reducing the strain on the plantar fascia and distributing pressure more evenly, the Sole Thin Casual Insoles can help reduce pain and discomfort caused by these conditions.
The Sole Thin Casual Insoles have a very low profile so that they can fit into minimal and tight-fitting shoes such as formal dress shoes, increasing support and comfort in these shoes.
Features and Benefits of the Sole Thin Casual Insoles
The Sole Thin Casual Insoles features an ultra-soft synthetic nubuck top sheet which helps make the insole more comfortable to wear. The perforations in the forefoot help to reduce sweat and moisture build up in the shoe, increasing the comfort even more.
By improving your foot alignment, the Sole Thin Casual Insoles can also help to improve your balance and feeling in you foot. The mouldable base layer means that you can shape the Sole Thin Casual Insoles to your feet, for maximum possible comfort and care.
Thin Casual Insoles are available in sizes from UK size 2 to UK size 15. This means that they are suitable for a wide range of users and can be utilised by both men and women.
How to fit and mould your Sole Thin Casual Insoles
To get the best fit possible you can heat mould your Sole Thin Casual Insoles to the exact shape of your foot. To do this:
- Place the insoles in a pre-heated oven (90°C/200°F) for 2 minutes
- Take the factory insoles out of your shoes and put the Sole Thin Casual Insoles in
- Step into the shoes and stand up straight with your feet shoulder width apart for 2 minutes
The Sole Thin Casual Insoles will also mould to the shape of your feet over time, if you don't have access to an oven or don't want to heat mould them.