What is the difference between a 3/4-length orthotic arch support and a full-length orthotic arch support?
A 3/4-length arch support extends from the heel to the ball of the foot (right behind the toes). A full-length insole extends the entire length of the foot. A 3/4-length insole is more appropriate for dress shoes, shoes with non-removable insoles or liners, or users with hammertoes, crossed toes, or bunions that may need that extra room. Full-length insoles offer cushioning for the entire length of the foot and are trim-to-fit with ordinary household scissors.
How do I use my orthotic arch supports in my shoes?
For full-length insoles, you will most often want to replace your existing shoe insole with your new orthotic arch support. Check the length of the new insole against the existing insole, and trim to fit if necessary. For a video guide on how to trim ...
Are arch supports okay for my child?
Most children’s shoes are built, intentionally, without arch support. They offer a smooth platform for developing muscles or a nice bed for an upgrade orthotic. Orthotic arch supports for children are perfect for young growing feet because they ...
One of my legs is shorter than the other. Do you have an insert to assist with leg length discrepancy?
Yes, we have several different inserts that will help with a leg length discrepancy. For an insert that can be adjusted to fit your leg length discrepancy and which features a firm base that will not compress, see our Adjustable Heel Lifts for Leg ...
There are so many products to choose from. How do I pick the insole that's best for me?
It is our commitment to carry every style and every size from every major manufacturer to best serve everyone. However, we realize that this can make it daunting to find the right product. By following the steps below, we can get you on the right ...
What size should I order?
Most shoe insoles are designed such that one size insole will be compatible with 2-3 different sizes of footwear. For example, the Spenco Total Support Original Insoles come in 7 different sizes (size #0–size #6) but these seven sizes will cover shoe ...