Heat Moldable Insoles for That Custom Fit For Your Feet

When you think about the benefits for the feet, heat moldable insoles have to be the most important invention for the last decade! Heat moldable insoles are insoles placed into the shoes that fit an orthotic directly to the shape of your foot for that custom fit.

One big advantage of them is not only that they are heat moldable. Its that they often are constructed very wisely and contain arch supports, metatarsal pad supports, and heel cups. The materials they are made from last longer than older types of insoles. And they're softer and more pliable than most typical orthotic arch supports that provide a solid semi-rigid support.

The way that heat moldable insoles work is different from memory foam in your bedroom mattress. The memory foam in your mattress remembers where your body was the last time you slept in the bed. The heat of your body helps mold it into place and typically they operate solely as a cushion versus the heat moldable insoles that offer heel and arch support.

They are ideal for both preventing and treating:

  • Foot Pain
  • Joint Pain
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Back & Neck Pain
  • Shin Splints
  • Over-Pronation
  • Over-Supination

With heat moldable insoles, you have to heat them up to about 200 degrees Fahrenheit in order to make them ready to feel your body weight. After heating them, you slip them into the shoes you'll be wearing, and stand on them for about two minutes. This allows for the heat moldable footbeds to form to your heel and arch shape while standing upright when the foot arch is in a full upright stance. Watch our: How To Heat Mold Shoe Insoles & Footbed Video

Athletes notice more stamina and endurance in their sport when they have heat moldable insoles in their athletic shoes. Their feet don't tire as easily either, even after hours of workouts. When the foot is supported as it should be, then its easy to feel good!

Heat Moldable Insoles could be your solution too, at TheInsoleStore.com!

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