The Sidas Comfort 3D 1/2 insole is a high quality and extremely good value off the shelf orthotic. It is a shock absorbing and cushioned device that controls the medial arch and hindfoot, shock absorbing and aiding improved biomechanics in the foot and lower limb leading to reduced stress levels .This product is a 3/4 shoe model.
Who Should Use This?
Adolescents and Adults who suffer from mild to moderate pronation (flattening of the medial or inside arch of the foot) leading to pain in the medial arch or biomechanical stress leading to pain or injury in the foot, ankle, knee, hip or spine. An identical product to the Sidas Comfort 3D Insole but for those requiring a half insole to put in lower volume shoes or dress shoes. More specifically pain in the midfoot and medial arch associated with:
Conditions directly associated with Pronation – mild to moderate
Medial arch strain
Anterior knee pain
Low Back Pain
If you are unsure as to the cause of your pain seek medical advice regarding the suitability of orthotics in your case.
How Does it Work?
The Sidas Comfort 3D 1/2 insole helps to support and cushion the medial arch and calcaneus (heel bone) aiding normalisation of correct biomechanics in the lower limb joints and muscles. This type of device controls pronation (flattening of the arch) improving alignment in the whole leg and foot.
Sizing and Technical Information:
Off the shelf orthotics are suitable for mild to moderate problems. Individuals with more severe problems require podiatry assessment and orthotic prescription a process which provides custom made orthotics. Off the shelf orthotics can be a very effective and inexpensive way to solve less severe biomechanical issues such as pronation and calcaneus valgus (flattening of the medial arch and accompanying outward deformity of the heel bone)
The Comfort 1/2 insole is one of the best value-for-money 3D insoles on the market today. It has a sub laminated top layer with the proven combination of a special SIDAS EVA cup and a foam/merry mesh coating for maximum comfort. It may be necessary to remove a trainers insole and replace it with Sidas Insole to ensure there is enough room for the foot inside the trainer / shoe.
Recommended for normal foot types. i.e not a grossly cavus arch or for pes planus