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Powerstep Original Full-Length Insoles, 2 Pairs

Item #: 98601
100% of customers would recommend this to a friend (11 out of 11)
$49.98/2 prs. $50.98/2 prs.
$27.99 /pr.

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Doctor developed Powerstep® Men's / Women's Full-Length Insoles relieve foot pain and strain

Invented by podiatrist Dr. Les Appel, PowerStep helps relieve heel and arch pain, while preventing foot strain and injury. A full-length, prescription-like, flexible polypropylene arch support is embedded in a double-layer polyethylene cushion casing. The result: control for feet rolling inward (overpronation), which can pull the entire lower body out of alignment. The ideal insole for complete foot support, comfort, and correct posture.

Features & Benefits of Powerstep Original Men's / Women's Full Length Insoles:

  • Flexible polypropylene embedded in the insole supports the arch, helping to prevent overpronation.
  • Polyethylene foam cushions your steps.
  • Sanitiz fabric cover reduces slippage and heat, helping keep feet drier.

Other Important Information About Powerstep Original Men's / Women's Full Length Insoles:

  • Material Content: polyester sockliner, polypropylene shell, polyethylene foam.
  • Made in USA.

Customer Reviews  1 - 4 reviews of 11
Podiatrist Recommended

  • 5 of 5
I went to the foot Doctor with heel pain. It's good to go and get diagnosed because there are a lot of foot problems to choose from. He recommended these blue Powersteps and some exercises to stretch the foot tendons. These work great. My daughter suggested I try K-Swiss Run 100 tubes so I put a PowerStep set in those. Not sure if K-Swiss had chubby 50 something women as their target audience, but I have been so comfortable that I can go for eight hours and not be crippled in the evening on most days. I have also used these inserts in New Balance shoes and they have been good except for one instance where the front of my foot got sore so something wasn't tilted correctly. If the Powersteps don't feel right in one pair of shoes after a trial period move them to another before you give up and also try the Pinnacle Powersteps. They feel different too. One thing to remember is that these inserts and your shoes won't last forever, they have to be replaced every so often or at least mine do perhaps because of my weight. Also with plantar fascitis you have to have something ready to cushion your feet when you get up from resting such as shoes, slippers or at least a thick rug. Walking on hard floors tears down all that has healed overnight. I wish that these were available when my Mom was still with us. The Doctor just told her to lose weight and now I know she suffered needlessly, orthotics would have helped. These Powersteps are great.
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I need these More than Ever

  • 5 of 5
I am a soccer referee and I spend a lot of time on my feet at work. I have very high arches and I have found the older I get the more support I need. I found these insoles in a running shoe store and they worked so well I wanted to buy them in quantity for all my shoes. Foot Smart is a great deal for a great product.
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  • 5 of 5
Recieved the Prosteps originals last week and they are great so far. I could not wait to get my boots off for some time in the past. Now I am much more comfortable.
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Powerstep inserts

  • 5 of 5
A few years ago I purchased the powerstep out of desperation to help my plantar fascitis. It almost immediately provided relief. I bought enough to fit several pairs of shoes. It I have a flat shoe without one in it, I find my heels start to hurt. Now I buy several pairs about every 4-6 months so that I have fresh ones for my tennis shoes, my sandals that I can insert it in and another pair I wear frequently. Now my plantars facitiis has calmed down and i don't have pain unless I go without this insole. (PS I can wear shoes with a slight heel without the insert sometimes). Good luck to you!
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