INSOLES with arch support NOT SURE WHAT TO CHOOSE?

We can help you and your staff get
the right insoles with arch support to help you keep moving.

EACH FOOT HAS

26

BONES

33

JOINTS

107

LIGAMENTS

19

MUSCLES AND TENDONS

THOSE 52 TOTAL
BONES IN YOUR FEET
MAKE UP 25% OF ALL
THE BONES IN YOUR BODY...

 

We probably spend more time maintaining our cars than we do our feet. It’s amazing how little care we give them, considering what complex machines they are and what we expect them to do. However, when things do go wrong they soon start complaining! Foot pain should never be ignored, particularly if it occurs daily and becomes persistent.

Advanced Safety We can help you and your staff get the right insoles with arch support to help you keep moving

THERE ARE SOME SIMPLE THINGS YOU CAN DO TO LOOK AFTER YOUR FEET

Advanced Safety Wash your feet daily

Wash your feet daily

Simple hygiene measures will help reduce the risk of infection. However, don’t soak them for hours as this affects the natural oils produced by the skin.

Advanced Safety Dry your feet properly

Dry your feet properly

No quick wipe with a little towel. Really get between those toes and give them a good dry. Damp body surfaces are ideal breeding grounds for fungal infections such as athlete’s foot.

Advanced Safety Moisturise and file

Moisturise and file

Use a moisturising cream regularly if you have dry skin but don’t put it between your toes, as this area is best kept dry. Remove hard skin and callus with a pumice stone or foot file but be gentle. Vigorous rubbing will only make the skin grow back harder and there is a danger of skin damage, which can make the area prone to infection.

Advanced Safety Cut toenails regularly

Cut toenails regularly

Cut your toenails with care, straight across and never down at the edges. Cutting the nails at the corners can lead to accidental trauma to the skin and also increase the risk of ingrowing toenails.

Advanced Safety Buy shoes in the afternoon

Buy shoes in the afternoon

This might seem odd but as the day goes on, your feet get slightly larger. If you buy shoes in the morning, their is a risk they will be too tight, so it’s best to shop in the afternoon.

Advanced Safety

has an extensive range
of insoles with arch support to achieve
the best result for each foot

Advanced Safety insoles with low arch support

WORK 
ARCH LOW

Advanced Safety insoles with medium arch support

WORK
ARCH MEDIUM

Advanced Safety insoles with high arch support

WORK
ARCH HIGH

Using an appropriate insole with arch support can minimise the risks of sickness absence. The MYSOLE WORK program offers therefore a great new solution for both the employees and their staff.

The innovative anatomic design, in combination with the usage of superior materials, makes MYSOLE a unique proposition. They provide support and comfort to the foot, have a positive impact on users’ performance and help to prevent many foot and body related COMPLAINTS.

WHY PEOPLE COMPLAIN?

AGE

The ageing foot becomes broader and the cushioning under the heel and ball of the foot becomes thinner. The skin becomes dryer. Other problems, such as arthritis, diabetes and circulation frequently affect the elderly.

GENDER

Women run a higher risk of foot complaints, especially from wearing tight shoes and high heels. These can cause serious problems, particularly in later life.

OCCUPATION

People who have to stand all day because of their jobs can overload their feet and may also suffer from pain in legs, knees and backs.

PREGNANCY

Problems often arise during pregnancy because of the increase in weight causing the swelling of feet and ankles. There can also be an increase in certain hormone levels, causing reduction of muscle tone.

SPORTS

Pain in the heel and the shins is particularly prevalent in sport, jogging or dancing.

WEIGHT

People who are too heavy overload their feet and ankles, leading inevitably to pain in the feet and ankles.

OVER-PRONATION

An inward tilt of the ankle and sagging of the foot arch play an important role in the onset of foot problems.

Every step applies a force of 2 to 3 times the weight of the body to the feet and ankles. On average we take around 8,000 steps per day, so inevitably we all have foot problems from time to time.

Advanced Safety Anatomically shaped insoles with arch support insoles with arch support

Anatomically shaped

Advanced Safety Antibacterial insoles with arch support insoles with arch support

Antibacterial

Advanced Safety Antistatic insoles with arch support insoles with arch support

Antistatic

Advanced Safety Comfortable insoles with arch support insoles with arch support

Comfortable

Advanced Safety Carbon against foot odour insoles with arch support insoles with arch support

Carbon against foot odor

Advanced Safety Minimum friction insoles with arch support insoles with arch support

Minimum friction

Advanced Safety Shock absorbing insoles with arch support insoles with arch support

Shock absorbing

MYSOLE insoles with arch support are suitable for every type of safety shoes and boots.

MYSOLE

ARCH LOW

If your footprint looks like a complete foot, then you have a flat arch. Your foot probably rolls in (pronates) when you walk or run. Your low arches may contribute to muscle stress and joint problems. You could benefit from a walking shoe with a straight last and motion control to help stabilize your feet.

MYSOLE

ARCH MEDIUM

If the middle part of your arch is about half filled, this means you have a normal arch. Your arch naturally supports your body weight and pronates (rolls in) under a normal load. Look for shoes with firm midsoles and straight to semi-curved lasts. Last refers to the shape of the sole and the footprint around which the shoe is built and moderate rear-foot stability.

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ARCH HIGH

If you see little of your footprint, you likely have high arches. High arches may contribute to excessive strain on joints and muscles. Your feet may not absorb shock well, especially if you perform a lot of impact or jumping activities. When looking for a shoe, look for cushioning to compensate for your lack of natural shock absorption. A curved last also may help in some cases.

Not sure about your
foot arch type?

We can help you and your staff
with our thermographic foot scan.

Get foot type and shoe size measurement in seconds

FOOTDISC MEASURING DEVICE

We can determine the foot type and correct shoe size in just 15 seconds. The colour footprint on the thermally sensitive surfaces (thermo-foil) is visible immediately – it doesn’t get any more straightforward than this!

We simply place your employees feet (even with socks) on the footdisc and the contact areas change colour, clearly indicating their “foot type” and length.

It’s rather like the wet test but more accurate and without the mess.

Use with socks or barefoot

Shoe size and foot type are measurable in one step

Results are instantly visible

Re-use after 30 seconds

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