New Product Spotlight: Sof Sole 3/4 Orthotic

Sof Sole 3/4 Orthotic Insole for Arch SupportSof Sole, a brand we’re proud to carry here at InsolesandBeyond.com, recently released a new product in their Graphite line and we can’t wait to tell you about it. It’s called the 3/4 Orthotic, and you’re going to love this arch support insert.

What makes the 3/4 Orthotic so great is its versatility. The fact that it’s not a full-length insole means it will fit into almost any footwear without crowding your toes and midfoot. If you’ve got tight dress shoes, sports shoes (soccer cleats, anyone?), or casual shoes that need some arch support but don’t have a lot of room for the typical insole, turn to Sof Sole’s 3/4 and see if you can find relief.

The primary role of the 3/4 Orthotic is offering arch support, which means it will keep your foot stabilized and properly aligned all day, every day. The main purpose of an arch support insert is to keep the arch of the foot properly aligned and functioning properly. By stabilizing the arch, all the bones and ligaments in the foot can operate with an optimal range of motion, increasing function and reducing pain.

One of the other main roles that the 3/4 plays specifically is as a plantar fasciitis arch support. One of the causes of plantar fasciitis is excessive strain on the plantar fascia, and the arch support provided by Sof Sole’s new 3/4 orthotic insert is an effective plantar fasciitis relief.

No matter what your foot type or arch height is, having an aligned, well-supported foot will make your shoes fit more comfortably, and wearing an arch support insert will relieve foot pain no matter how much time you spend standing or walking. If you’ve got a pair of shoes that could use a little help but there’s not much room for a full insole, give the Sof Sole 3/4 Orthotic a try. It may be just the ticket to getting and keeping your feet pain-free all day, every day!

As with any new arch support insert, we recommend you allow your feet to adjust to the new insole gradually, over the course of two or three days.

 


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