How many different types of insoles are there
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How many different types of insoles are there?

Insoles come in many shapes and forms. There are different insoles on the market which, in turn, are suitable for different types of complaints. Below, we highlight a number of common complaints and tell you which insoles you should use.

Insoles for a neutral foot

Are you looking for a comfortable insole for your shoe and do you have a neutral foot? There are insoles available that are especially designed for neutral pronation. Pronation is the way in which you turn your foot when walking. When the foot lands on the outside of the heel and then tilts inward, this is called over-pronation. When the foot tilts on the outside of the heel and then hardly tilts inwards, this is called under-pronation. Orthotics for neutral feet offer high wearing comfort and provide the right support.

Overheating toes

Overheated toes are extremely annoying. Incorrect pressure distribution under the foot can cause painful and warm feet. If you choose for gel insoles, these complaints will diminish. By providing support and pressure at the right points, these gel insoles offer extra comfort and a reduction in complaints.

Brisk walking

If you like to walk briskly, then wearing good soles is highly recommended. After all, your feet are subjected to considerable stress during a brisk walk. Solelution has a vast range of insoles for different complaints and sports. The Solelution Outdoor Insoles in particular are ideal for long, brisk walks. The foot specialists at Solelution have developed an insole especially for outdoor shoes. They offer optimal support and shock absorption.

Running insoles

If you enjoy running and run frequently, Solelution running insoles are the best choice! Solelution running insoles have been used for years by thousands of runners, and with great success! These running insoles offer the feet optimal support in the rear and mid-foot. This in turn ensures optimal shock absorption during the landing phase. The insoles also absorb a lot of moisture, are wear-resistant and provide minimal friction. Add all this together, and you have the perfect running insoles!

Do you have any questions about our insoles, or would you like advice on how to use or wear them? Then do not hesitate to contact us. Our customer service consists of a team of medical specialists. They will be happy to help you make the right choice.

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