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Powerstep Wide Orthotic Insoles: Great Shoe Inserts for my Plantar Fasciitis

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"Newly diagnosed with plantar fasciitis, I was in a great deal of pain. I have a Wide Width foot and orthaheel shoes seem to be made in only in a medium width. I purchased the PowerStep Wide Fit Insoles. The PowerStep Insoles are wonderful. They fit perfectly in my SAS brand shoes. It is very supportive and has provided much relief." The Powerstep Wide Fit Orthotic Insoles are a semi-rigid orthotic arch support that are ideal for foot conditions like plantar fasciitis, over-pronation, and more. They are calibrated with a firmer arch helping to keep the insoles from bottoming out...

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Prothotics Therapeutic Wide Diabetic Insoles Now at TheInsoleStore.com.com

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TheInsoleStore.com has added the ProThotics Therapeutic Wide Diabetic Insoles to their line-up of Diabetic Insoles and Wide Shoe Insoles. The ProThotic Wide Diabetic Insoles feature a multi-density top coat of Plastazote and open-cell polyuretane for superior cushioning and shock absorption. The ProThotics Therapeutic Wide Insoles offer a cost-effective over the counter insoles for diabetics, arthritic foot, and those with sensitive feet needs needing a softer insole. Tyler McCracken, President, states: "Our customers with wide feet have had difficulty in finding Wide Shoe Insoles for their sensitive foot needs. The ProThotics Therapeutic Wide Insoles are the best over the counter diabetic...

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Killer Deal & Great Wide Cushion Insoles for My Feet!!!

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"Killer deal!! $33.00 at the retail store. Thanx for the savings... These are the ProThotics Therapeutic Diabetic Wide Insoles with some arch support for my wide feet... Again, Thanx!" -James

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Extra Wide Insoles: When Extra Wide Shoes Arent Enough

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Have you been using extra wide insoles with your extra wide shoes? Some people are born with wide feet; some are born with narrow feet. Others have feet with normal width but they develop bunions or toe spread and then need extra wide shoes. Whatever the cause of your wide feet, one thing that youve probably realized is that no matter how hard you try to stuff your feet into narrow shoes, its not going to work. And if you still try, like we all do from time to time, the result is pain. Another realization you may have had...

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What's My Size?

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Every year, its a good idea to size your feet so you can buy the proper shoe sizes. Foot size can increase as your weight increases or during pregnancy. Foot size can decrease when you lose weight or when your insulin resistance is eliminated. Buying shoes that are too small can lead to foot sores that become infected or foot deformities such as hammertoes or bunions. Buying shoes that are too large means that your foot will not be snug in the shoe in the area of the heel and will rub against the back of the shoe. This can...

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