Sidas 3Feet Outdoor High Arch Insoles
Hiking with high arched feet can present unique challenges, but you don't need to let these ruin your enjoyment of the outdoors. The Sidas Outdoor 3Feet High Arch Insoles are anatomically designed to combat high arch issues while also providing significant cushioning to protect your feet from tough terrain.
Sizing of the Sidas 3Feet Outdoor High Arch Insoles
Sidas Outdoor 3Feet High Arch Insoles are available in six different sizes that should suit most adults. To find your best size, simply match your shoe size to the table below.
To ensure a precise level of fit, we recommend removing the existing insole from your shoes and measuring the length and width at the longest and widest point as shown in the image below. Match these measurements to the dimensions listed below in order to find the pair that will best fit your shoes.
|Size ||Shoe Size (UK) ||Dimensions (Length x Width) |
|Extra Small ||Sizes 2 - 3 ||238 x 78mm |
|Small ||Sizes 4 - 5 ||250 x 83mm |
|Medium ||Sizes 6 - 7 ||270 x 90mm |
|Large ||Sizes 8 - 9 ||283 x 91mm |
|Extra Large ||Sizes 10 - 11 ||298 x 96mm |
|XX-Large ||Sizes 12 - 13 ||311 x 100mm |
How Thick Are Sidas 3Feet Outdoor Insoles?
Please view the image and information below to see how thick Sidas 3Feet Outdoor Insoles are:
- Heel Thickness: 11mm
- Arch at Highest Point: 34mm
- Forefoot Thickness: 6mm
Who Can Make Gains with the Sidas Outdoor 3Feet Insoles for High Arches?
For anyone who loves hiking and getting out into the great outdoors but finds that foot pain and high arches are holding you back from really enjoying a long walk. The 34mm arch support on these insoles is designed to reduce strain on high-arched feet, promoting correct body posture to bring you back to your natural gait.
What Makes These Insoles Ideal for Use Outdoors?
These insoles are significantly cushioned with a foam layer and cushioning heel pad for serious comfort and impact reduction. Don't fear uneven terrain as these insoles are sure to keep your feet comfortable. What's more, they are incredibly breathable with perforations to aid air circulation so that these insoles will stay cool and fresh even after long periods of use.
What Conditions Will These Insoles Assist Against?
- Ankle Instability
- Arch Pain
- Claw toes
- Corns and Calluses
- Foot Fatigue
- General Foot Pain
- Hammer Toes
- Heel Pain
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Plantar Fibroma
It's no secret that long outdoor walks lead to sweaty feet which can lead to a whole host of problems themselves, such as foot odour. Although these insoles are heavily cushioned, they will increase the airflow within your hiking boot thanks to their perforated design. Each step will bring cooling air through the insole minimising sweat build up.
Key Features of the Sidas Outdoor 3Feet Insoles
- Exceptional foam cushioning for protection from shocks and impacts
- Additional heel cushioning for extra pressure distribution while walking
- Perforated build reduces sweat to ensure a pleasant inner-shoe climate
- 34mm arch support promotes correct bodily alignment for hikers with high arches
What Kind of Arches Do I Have?
Using the correct arch support will reduce foot pain, improving comfort in your everyday life. For these insoles to work effectively, you must select the arch support that is right for you. You can find out whether you have low, medium or high arches by following the simple steps below.
- Wet your foot and step onto a surface that will allow you to see the print of your foot once you have taken it away.
- Low arches: indicated by the print showing your whole foot.
- Medium arches: indicated by the print showing a clear outline of your foot, with the ball of your foot and your heel connected by a strip.
- High arches: indicated by an extremely thin, possibly disjointed line connecting your ball of foot and heel markings.
Which Sidas 3Feet Insoles Should I Choose?
These insoles are available with three levels of arch support. Refer to the "What Kind of Arches Do I Have" section to determine your arch type, then choose from one of these insoles: