If you think you need arch supports and want to try them out, then this is a good place to start. These supports are well priced to start out with and come in two sizes that can be trimmed to better fit your shoes. They are effective and comfortable.
The small size is for EU 35-40 (US mens: 5-7; US womens: 7-8.5), measuring 25.1cm and can be trimmed to the length of your shoes.
The large size is for EU 40-46, (US mens: 7.5-11; US womens: 9-12), measuring 28.5cm and can be trimmed to the length of your shoes.
Who are these Simple Arch Supports designed for:
These are mostly for those who want more comfort in their shoes, especially if you are on your feet all day at work. They are good for preventing those tired and aching feet that so many have at the end of a long day.
These insoles help by improving alignment, reducing strain and providing cushioning and stability to the arch of the foot. You only need to try them to see how well they help.
Frequently asked questions about the Simple Arch Supports:
How long does shipping take?
We ship every day. Most orders are sent the day we get them. However, we are at the mercy of Australia Post or the different couriers that we use after that. This can vary from a few days up to a week or so and obviously more during the festive season. We do try our best to get them to you as quickly as possible.
How long do these arch supports last?
Our expectation is that they will last a least a year or so. If they don’t send them back for a replacement.
How much do the arch supports cost?
We charge $25.00 for these. Don’t forget that the cost include postage, as we cover that.
What shoes can I wear these arch supports in?
These fit best in sneakers, runners and work books and shoes that are similar to those. If the shoe you wear has in flat or minimally supportive insole in them already, simply remove that for a better fit.
Can these arch supports be uncomfortable?
They might be, but you should get used to them quickly. Anyone getting any sort of foot supports or foot orthotics might experience some discomfort when first wearing them as they get used to the change in the posture of the foot. This should not last more than a few days to a week or so. If you experience any discomfort simply take them out for the rest if the day and then put them back in the shoes for the nest day.