Almost all our customers buy the most suitable inserts on their first purchase because they’re designed to be flexible and to fit into any show. They can also aid in the treatment of a broad spectrum of conditions affecting your feet, ankles and heels. Here are some things to think about to ensure you select the right inserts for you the first time. If you need help, we’re only a phone call away.
Naturally, it’s important to choose the right-sized insoles so that you can derive the maximum benefit from them. Our size guide provides all the information you need to select the most suitably-sized inserts for your feet. The best way to ensure you make the correct purchase the first time is to measure your foot from the heel to the edge of your big toe. You can then use our sizing chart to select the right insoles.
If you happen to purchase an insert that’s slightly too big, you can always trim it down to size without taking away any of the benefits it offers. Alternatively, if your insoles are completely wrong, you can send them back to us within 30 days of your purchase for a complete refund or a replacement.
We have a broad range of products that have been designed for specific purposes, from sports to work, so contact us or browse our product pages to find the right insoles for your needs. You might also want to think about which type of shoes you plan to insert our orthotic insoles into – even though our inserts fit into just about any shoe, choosing one that’s designed specifically for your type of footwear is a good idea.
Our plantar fasciitis insoles can also help relieve symptoms in sufferers of heel pain, Achilles tendonitis and ball of foot pain, but we also develop footwear support for many other conditions. You may just want to use our inserts to help you feel more generally comfortable even if you haven’t been diagnosed with a condition or suffer from chronic pain.
We have a wide selection of inserts and thongs to help relieve the symptoms of conditions including Sever’s disease, over-pronation, lower back pain, fallen arches and Morton’s neuroma. Our foot complaints page can help you determine which of our products are most suited to your particular situation. Of course, we’re more than happy to offer advice over the phone. In addition, recently Footlogics launched a range of comfortable shoes for plantar fasciitis!
Contact the Specialists at Footlogics
If you have any questions or want to discuss your particular needs with a highly trained professional, get in touch on 1300 788 119, and we’ll provide more information on plantar fasciitis support over the phone.