Sidas Step In Multi+

 

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75% personalizable footbed.

This part customizable footbed will work with your foot providing better fit, support and cushioning where you need it. Designed specifically for trekking and hiking it only takes a few minutes to mould to your feet. The rear pre-shaped part of the insole remains unchanged but the front section becomes moulded to you giving you more power, control and comfort.

Sidas Step in Multi + insoles stabilize your feet and retain them in the correct place inside your boots or shoes. This distributes excess pressure, reduces overheating and the consequent loss of fit and therefore greatly reduces the chance of rubbing and the formation of blisters or of foot movement produced toe pain.

Footbeds with good arch support such as the  Sidas Step in Multi + 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.

Price includes staff assessment and footbed moulding and trimming.

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