If you suffer from foot fatigue or arch pain, you may need extra foot support in your shoes. There are several types of insoles, and it’s important to choose the correct type depending on your level of activity. One option is a heavy-duty arch support, which can help people with high arches or low arches. Another option is a memory foam orthotic, which is full-length and fits well into shoes that have removable insoles. You may also need an arch support in high-heeled shoes, such as those that have an arch.
Insoles are designed to support the natural arch of your foot, which can make walking more comfortable. They can also prevent some injuries from occurring or worsening. The right pair of insoles may also help people with foot disorders like arthritis. Insoles can also help people with low arches prevent overpronation, a condition in which the arch rolls inward/down more than it should while walking. While pronation is the natural movement of the foot, overpronation can lead to injury.