Birkenstock made its first insole in 1902. A company that has been making shoe inserts and shoes for 113 years clearly knows feet. Birkenstock is a trusted name and we are happy to offer our customers Birkenstocks for plantar fasciitis.
There are several varieties of Birkenstock insoles. Take a look at the variety and see what may best fit your needs.
Birkenstock Blue Footbed Heeled and Birkenstock Blue Footbed Heeled WIDE are good selections for those who suffer from plantar fasciitis. The Birkenstock arch support contour makes these insoles very effective for plantar fasciitis because having proper arch support and foot alignment balances weight distribution on the foot. Weight distribution is key to relieving pain. It can also relieve pressure on the forefoot. Additionally, the shortened construction means the insole won’t add bulk to the part of the shoe that fits the tightest on the foot. These particular insoles are a favorite for use with dress shoes for both arch support and plantar fasciitis relief.
Birkenstock Blue Footbed Casual Arch Support and Birkenstock Blue Footbed Casual Arch Support WIDE are three-quarter insoles that provide classic Birkenstock comfort and support in an insole that fits into most shoes, no matter how snug. Deep heel cups provide stability and proper ankle alignment which make these great inserts for plantar fasciitis, especially in shoes that can’t accommodate full insoles. Customers favor these insoles for both fallen arches and plantar fasciitis.
BirkoSport arch support insole is another wonderful product for plantar fasciitis because of the combination of Birkenstock’s traditional cork-based footbed technology and durable polymer. This combination provides an insole that adapts to each foot’s shape and creates ample arch support. An additional layer of resilient foam lies atop the cork base to provide even more cushioning and shock absorption for greater comfort. These inserts are ideal for flat feet; they also work well for high arches and anyone who suffers from plantar fasciitis.