3/4 Length Orthotic Insoles with Arch Support and Heel pad. A CLASS ONE MEDICAL DEVICE Flat feet, fallen arches, pronation, plantar fasciitis. £5.30 delivered Dispatched from and sold by Sole Control - Amazon
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3/4 Length Orthotic Insoles with Arch Support and Heel pad. A CLASS ONE MEDICAL DEVICE Flat feet, fallen arches, pronation, plantar fasciitis. £5.30 delivered Dispatched from and sold by Sole Control - Amazon

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Found 2nd Oct
Bought these last week purchased late Thursday night and arrived on Saturday. I've suffered from Plantar Fasciitis for months, the pain is chronic and after wearing these I haven't suffered from pain. I've been swopping these between my slippers and trainers and today I purchased another two so I don't need to keep swopping between trainers etc. The best price I've come across and the reviews are excellent. Highly recommended.

Info:

  • Eva base construction, eva is a light weight durable foam which is known for its shock absorbent properties.
  • Arch supporting Contours and soft pad in heel. To treat pronation (feet turning inwards), flat feet, fallen arches, pains in heel, knee and hip joints
  • Outer Material: Synthetic
  • Soft velour topping allowing limited friction with the foot, improving overall foot comfort.
  • Deep heel area to help stabilize and balance the foot in the insole
  • Dispatched daily

10 Comments

Judging from other similar items on sale, it doesn't look like a "deal" to me. Not voted.

Cheers op ordered as I've got fallen arches hope they help, had ones made by a chiropodist but were still painful wearing them

I have these, not as effective as full length as they slip down the shoe so can be a pain to put your shoes on as you end up having to position them everytime. in general well worthwhile trying if you have high instep etc

Thanks for the link and your review - been suffering with PF as well for a few months so going to give these a go

These really helped me with my PF as well. Recommended.

CLASS 1 MEDICAL DEVICE makes it sound good? when it actually means it is subject to the lowest amount of regulation and control for any medical devices, oh and also it an FDA approval rating which is not even applicable here, begs the question how and why it is being sold in the UK

I suffered from Plantar Fasciitis for 2 years. I had insoles and one of those heel stretching devices which brought some relief but the pain always returned. I thought I would be suffering with it for life, some mornings it was crippling. I'd go through good spells but the pain would return. After 2 years I worked out that it was caused by hiking boots. I'd bought a pair, loved them so much that I bought another 2 pairs as I saw them in a hot deal on this site. So, on and off I was wearing this brand of boots for 2 years (I do a lot of walking with my dogs so wore them regularly all year round). As soon as I binned them, including a pair worn twice, the pain cleared up and hasn't returned. That was a year ago. The boots were SO comfy, I'd never have suspected them, I only worked it out when I treated myself to another brand of boots and wore them for a month, wore the culprits again once and felt the pain the next morning. Sorry for boring you all to death but I just thought it may be of some use to somebody that is suffering to maybe consider their footwear.

Tempted to try these as I paid £40 for a pair of insoles from a podiatrist a few years ago.

I suffered with Plantar Fasciitis for 6 months to a year. My salvation were these supports I got from Amazon.

Plantar Fasciitis Socks - Black L/XL
amazon.co.uk/dp/…15A

There was relief within a few weeks. And it's all gone now.
Edited by: "Bobbajob" 3rd Oct

Bobbajob15 h, 6 m ago

I suffered with Plantar Fasciitis for 6 months to a year. My salvation …I suffered with Plantar Fasciitis for 6 months to a year. My salvation were these supports I got from Amazon.Plantar Fasciitis Socks - Black L/XLhttps://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01KV4HL60/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apap_3OK9yBpm2G15AThere was relief within a few weeks. And it's all gone now.


What may work for 1 person may cause problems for others. I got nerve damage in my feet over time wearing inserts.
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