Sidas Comfort 3D

 

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Supportive footbed for people with a medium arch foot

A competitively priced supportive footbed for people with a medium arched foot. It has an EVA shell at the rear which provides the stability for the foot, heel cupping to to secure the heel and an EVA base in teh forefoot area to provide some cushioning.

Suitable for all day wear in all footwear types or for hill use in approach shoes or boots.

Cushion 3D insoles help to stabilize your feet and retain them in the correct place inside your boots or shoes. This helps to distribute excess pressure, reducing overheating and consequent loss of fit and therefore greatly reduce the chance of rubbing and the formation of blisters or of foot movement produced toe pain.

Footbeds with good arch support such as the Cushion 3D can help prevent or aid recovery from heel pain / plantar fasciitis and arch discomfort. They can also stop metatarsal mid foot pain that could cause flat feet or deformed toes.

  • For medium arched foot
  • Antibacterial bamboo topcover
  • Weight: 70g approx for size medium
  • Arch height: 3.3mm for size medium

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