Foot Insoles from PRO are best friend of your feet

Foot Insoles
Whether you’re a runner who needs to invest in a new pair of shoes, a dancer with sore feet from pointe shoes or just someone who wants to make their walk more comfortable, foot insoles are an important part of the footwear equation.


You’ve probably never thought about the cushioning and arch support that’s in your shoes-but it’s there for a reason. Don’t just settle with whatever is in there! Whether you need orthotics or just want to replace your old foot insoles, here are some ways to find out which ones will work best for you!

Why do my feet hurt while running?

Whether you’re training for a marathon or just running the occasional mile, tired feet and knee pain can really slow you down. If you’ve been experiencing this, it might be time to invest in some new insoles.


The absence of the right pair of insoles in your shoes can lead to injuries and discomfort later on. The pain may be felt in your feet, usually in your arch area. Or you might feel soreness in your calf muscles or knee caps. You may also have pain after running from feeling tightness in the back of your lower leg muscles.

The right insole for you will depend on the type of runner you are: overpronator, neutral runner, or supinator. Here is a guide to help you find the best running shoe for your foot type.

Different types of insoles are designed for specific activities like running, cycling or cricket. So, depending on which activity you’re engaged in, you should be looking for an appropriate type of insole. If you’re a runner and you need arch support, try out the PRO premium care running insoles with all the features necessary for injury-free running. If you’re a cyclist who needs extra comfort at the ball area, try out the PRO premium care bike insoles with durable material to absorb shocks. And if you’re a cricket player who desires stability, try out the PRO premium care Active Insoles for cycling.

Find the right pair of Everyday Foot Insoles for pain-free

Foot Insoles are not just for sportspeople. There are plenty of insoles in the market to support you with comfortable everyday walking. Whether you want to be active or stay pain-free, there is an insole for every occasion. They can reduce fatigue, improve posture, and even relieve back pain.


But, finding the right pair of insoles for pain-free walking can be a challenge. Whether you need a pair to help with plantar fasciitis, ankle instability, or back pain, it’s important to find a comfortable fit that will make your work and leisure time more enjoyable.


Inner insoles that specifically target pain in the ball of the foot, heel or arch. Insoles that can particularly absorb shock can help with pain and injuries.


Like Memory Foam Insoles are designed to reduce the amount of energy used in every footstep and made to feel the bodyweight light. Thet are particularly helpful in reducing fatigue, especially for people who stand for long hours


Memory foam reassumes to its original position by relieving pressure from the ball of the foot.


Similarly, there are also Aloe Vera Insoles to protect the delicate skin of the feet.
PRO Insoles Ease Aloe Vera has soft latex foam bottom to absorbs odor and sweat. Its viscose and elastic reinforced heel help to absorb shocks providing everyday comfort in walking.


PRO Tip: Always buy insoles that are ‘Trim to Fit’ so they can fit into any shape and size footwear.

Insoles for Heels

Fan of high-heels? But, standing long hours in heels can be a pain both for your heel and back. PRO Insoles Ease Anti-Skid is a great choice for high-heels. Their silicone Gel provides soft cushion support for regular walking and
standing. The insoles stay in place and do not slip off easily, and most importantly they enhance blood circulation and relieve pain and pressure of the feet caused by wearing high heel shoes.


And, what is the best part? They come with a crystal-clear invisible texture and can be reused and washed for multiple usages.


Insoles are often overlooked when looking for the right shoe, but they’re important! We hope that this blog has been informative and you can now make the right choice with your insoles.