Arthritis: how to manage the pain and far-reaching problems caused by this common condition.

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How does arthritis affect your joints?

There are many different forms of arthritic pain stemming from multiple different conditions. Two of the most common are rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis. Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune condition in which the body's immune system begins to attack the joints, causing the tissue that lines the joints to thicken. Osteoarthritis occurs when the protective cartilage in your joints has gradually worn away, and is especially common in your hands, knees, hips and spine. Whatever the source of arthritic pain, it can have a serious negative affect on quality of life, especially when it hinders mobility.

Managing arthritis with supportive insoles.

Orthopedic insoles help to evenly distribute weight to remove excess pressure from sensitive parts of the feet. They can also provide cushioning and support to reduce stress on the feet and their many joints. Beyond that, insoles with proper arch support can help correct gait abnormalities and neutralize alignment to reduce stress on the knees, hips and back. This can offer particular relief to those suffering from osteoarthritis. Custom moldable orthotic insoles are a cost-effective solution designed to improve alignment and provide the mechanics you need to stay on your feet.

Arch support and neutral alignment

For millions of people the solution is SOLE.

SOLE footbeds have been refined over 20 years of scientific research to lead the field in orthopedic insoles. Our signature supportive shape supports the arch while cradling the heel to reduce strain by up to 34% and ensure neutral alignment. Our insoles include a density-mapped design to ensure that they flex with your foot's movement, acting as a dynamic second skin that supports your feet without stifling their natural motion. In addition their custom heat/wear moldable design means you get the perfect support for your individual feet, exactly where they need it. The result is supportive insoles that are loved and trusted by millions of happy customers.

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Award-winning supportive insoles

Our customers say it best.

"Bravo! My physical therapist recommended these SOLE footbeds while treating me for arthritis in my knees. He noted that I have high arches, and felt that these inserts might help with my foot pain as well as my knee pain. I was very skeptical as I had been fitted for custom orthotics by a podiatrist several years ago, and those inserts only added pain to the balls of my feet, for a cost of $300! But I tried these SOLE inserts anyway. Unbelievable! The relief was so immediate, and has continued on. We just took a three week trip, and spent much time walking in New York City. Unforgiving pavement no problem. I am recommending SOLE footbeds to my two children who are runners and to my sister who also has foot and knee pain. Very grateful." - user testimonial

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We stand by our product and our customers, that's why we give a 90 day guarantee on all our footbeds. Buy 'em, try 'em, and if you're not satisfied for any reason send them back within 90 days of purchase for an exchange or refund. Get your footbeds today and discover how good your feet can feel, risk-free.

Customize your fit.

One the most important aspects of custom orthotics is to match the shape of the insole to your foot. SOLE’s heat/wear moldable orthopedic bases adapt to the exact contours of your feet without compromising the orthopedic shape, providing you custom comfort at an affordable cost. Getting custom-fit footwear has never been easier. 

Custom molding your SOLE footbeds

Ready to step into comfort? Find your perfect footbed.

SOLE footbeds come in a range of materials and thicknesses, so there's a perfect footbed for every use and type of footwear. Our footbed finder will help you choose the best footbed for you, so you start your SOLE experience on the right foot.