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Would you like to know if you have a collapsed, normal or arched arch of the foot? Would you like to alleviate the pain you may feel after hiking or skiing? SIDAS has found a solution that will allow you to analyze your feet to find an insole that meets your needs and offers comfort to your feet. Let’s take a closer look at the new Feetbox® technology.
Discover a new technology that will make your feet more comfortable.
Take this opportunity to shop for SIDAS orthopedic insoles that you can slip into your everyday footwear as well as your ski or hiking boots.
Most people have a misconception about what size shoe is right for them, partly due to the arch of the foot. This is why wearing an insole that matches the arch of your foot can help you choose the right size and be more comfortable in your casual shoes, sneakers, hiking boots or ski boots.
The new SIDAS Feetbox® machine not only measures the length of your feet and determines your shoe size, but also determines your arch type to recommend a SIDAS insole model that fits your feet.
For example, a low arch or flat foot can cause joint pain, ankle instability and a feeling of narrowness in the foot as it expands in width. Therefore, a sole that raises the arch helps to restore stability and gives the foot more room when wearing shoes.
An arch that is too high can cause loss of balance, poor posture and cramps. An insole flattens the arch to restore balance.
Even a foot with a normal arch can benefit from the advantages of wearing an insole: greater comfort, increased support and less foot fatigue.
The process to analyze your feet is very simple and consists of 5 easy steps:
You will then know which orthopedic insoles to choose from among the wide range of SIDAS models: gel insoles, 3Feet Outdoor insoles for outdoor activities, merino insoles, etc.
Watch this video for more details.
Almost everyone! Consult a health care professional before wearing insoles if you have existing medical conditions or muscle or joint pain.