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Relief Full Length Orthotic Insole - XL
- Podiatrist designed
- Cost effective alternative to expensive custom-made orthotics
- Natural healing solution for pain caused by poor foot and leg alignment
- Lightweight construction provides maximum support
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I already had a pair of Orthaheel slides for wearing around the house. They were a God send and although I still have PF (in both feet) I can now walk without intense pain in the house. But I needed shoes or inserts that would help me when I left the home. So I decided to give these "Relief" insoles a chance. I bought both a pair of the 3/4 length and the full length. I received the 3/4 length first and they did help some but my feet felt like they weren't secure enough. However I can wear them in dress shoes (flats, not heels) ok. Then I received my full length and was concerned that they would be too much for my loafers. I was pleasantly surprised that they fit in the shoe and I still had room for my feet. :-) I also have a bunion on my right foot and it is hard to find shoes that I can wear that don't irritate the bunion. Much to my amazement I can wear these in my loafers and they still don't bother my bunion. The paperwork states that supporting the foot properly with these inserts is suppose to help with bunions too and I have to say they must be correct.
I have read that these inserts are cheaply made. I don't agree at all. No, they are not custom orthotics but they are well made especially for the price. They are extremely light weight and maybe that makes people think they are cheap but they are well made. The light weight is really an advantage.
Some inserts people complain that they are too stiff and hard. These inserts make me feel I am walking on air. I couldn't believe how wonderful they felt the first time I stood on them.Read more ›
Pros- OMG, they work. Pricey but what you actually get what you pay for here. At first they were difficult to get used to because it felt like I had a cue ball under my foot because the arch support was incredibly high. But Orthaheel knew what they were doing. That's when I realized that my low arch need to be restored RATHER than just finding a comfy insole to MAINTAIN support. Plus, the heel had a gel-like circle that helped with PF pain from each step too. After a few weeks of use, my PF pain dropped from a 9 to a 3-4, and dropping.
Cons- Compared to the Superfeet insoles (awesome too), the construction of Orthheels don't quite compare. I might get 4-5 yrs out of the Orthaheels compared to the 20+ years from the Superfeet. That says a lot. The heel support isn't as "tough" as what they offer on their PF sandals, but then again insoles aren't a few inches thick like their sandals. A little too "soft" when using cross-trainers and walking shoes which is where my Superfeet Green work best because they are quite firm and have a tremendously solid construction.
Arch support and PF recovery are working on my Orthaheels products. Together with their sandals & insoles, I can see light at the end of this 8-month journey into pain (and slow weight gain, uugh).Read more ›
So, I have (very) mild plantar fasciitis and achillese tendonitis. I was (very) overweight for nearly 10 years, and have recently lost over 100 lbs. During this journey of weightloss and lifestyle changes, I started exercising a lot more, which caused the aforementioned feet problems.
I heard OrthaHeel insoles were great for these feet problems. Their own literature seemed to state that I would experience increased heel cupping, better plantar fascia support, and better posture (I did not expect the posture thing to actually work, and it wasn't a benefit I was looking for anyways).
Unfortunately, after about two weeks of wearing these at work (five days a week) it appears they make my feet worse. I thought maybe the problem itself was getting worse, but when I take them out the pain subsides and my feet feel better. I think the big problem for me is that I have wider feet. Not REALLY wide, but "wider." For example, I used to order EE footbed shoes instead of the normal width (D?). As I lost weight, my feet have "slimmed" back down to a normal-width footbed when I purchase shoes, but I think they're still wider than the average person. The part of the insole that's supposed to add arch support feels like it's in the middle of my foot, not towards the outside, and is applying intense pressure on my plantar fascia. Not cool. I think that with narrower feet this may not be an issue however.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Much needed relief for my husband with Achilles issues plus more foot and leg problems. He works on his feet on concrete all day. These really help.Published 6 days ago by bbinmbsc
These are comfortable replacement insoles. Hopefully they will help with knee pain, haven't had them long so don't know for sure.Published 9 days ago by Jody B
I wear the ortho heel sandals and wanted this for my sneakers - works perfectly and has really helped with the muscles in my legs.Published 11 days ago by gloria dunn
I was using power step insoles before and will now continue to do so, for being the same price you will get a way better product if you get power steps.Published 12 days ago by Abram L. Friedman
The insoles were great at first but by the end of the day I was in absolute pain. Maybe they are great for a few hours of relief but they are definitely not an "all day"... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Sister Marcella Wallowicz
Serious life savers these insoles ! Great quality and shipping. Wish they were a little bit less costly, since I need them for every pair of shoes I have and need to air out often,... Read morePublished 1 month ago by KPK