What makes them Couture?
Our heel-cupping permanent placement contoured insoles are a revolution in design and comfort. And unlike anything you've ever experienced.
Derived from careful analysis of the foot, our patented insole technology:
More often than not, wearing flat, unsupportive shoes can cause foot pain and lead to long–term damage to our feet, back, knees and hips. The biggest offenders are super flat sandals and shoes with little to no support.
See, a woman's foot is neither flat nor uniformly shaped. Yet oftentimes, our irregular-shaped foot rests on a flat, uniformly shaped surface that does not match the shape of our bones.
This mismatch in shape results in unnatural and undue pressure on the ball of the foot, the heel bone and the soft tissue of the foot (including the plantar fascia).
This increase in pressure can:
* Cause heel pain;
* Aggravate plantar fasciitis;
* Lead to knee, leg and lower back pain;
* Induce foot fatigue; and
* Trigger biomechanical issues and poor posture.
After adhering our heel-cupping insoles into your flats, you may experience an instantaneous relief of heel pressure and foot discomfort. Or you may experience a more subtle change, but will now wear your shoes longer without strain and pain.
To appreciate the benefit of these insoles, multiply the decrease in pressure (see pressure map above, foot on right) by 7,000 to 10,000 steps per day.
Designed by a podiatrist and engineered by a rocket scientist, our insoles measure less than .5 cm thick and 3 inches long.
They do not make shoes feel tight or push the foot out of the shoe. Our resin material doesn't wear down like gel or foam padding. And our insoles are permanently adhered to the shoe so they don't slip out of place.
With our Forever pain-free guarantee, you have nothing to lose ... except that awful foot pain.
Plus, a portion of every sale helps disadvantaged women revitalize their confidence and reclaim their independence.
Note: Insolia® Cradle Heel-Cupping Insoles are intended for use in shoes solely to make them more comfortable. They are not intended to treat medical conditions of the feet, nor should they be a substitute for custom foot orthotics. Consult your podiatrist if you have any questions about your specific foot condition and whether Insolia® Insoles are right for you.