Strive Half Sole
The Strive orthotic insole is an exact replica of their Biomechanical Footbed Technology that is found in all Strive footwear in natural leather that allows your feet to breathe and stay cool. These soles can be worn in any type of shoe just swap them for the shoe insole so you can enjoy the support and comfort anytime.
Strive are a brand designed by podiatrists from a medical insole background and their aim is to provide a great level of comfort for your feet. Their unique footbed provides help with posture, lower joint/ back pain, plantar fasciitis, and bunion support with its 4 main key areas;
The Deep Heel cup – this cradles the heel stopping the heel from moving when walking in the shoes,
Contoured Arch – This has the support that follows the natural shape of the foot to prevent collapse,
Metatarsal forefoot support – a key aspect of our footbed as this stops the foot from slipping or clawing while giving even support to the foot, correcting and maintaining the foot shape
We recommend wearing the soles for one hour on the first day, two hours on the second day and three hours on the third day for a smooth wearing in process.
WHY STRIVE IS DIFFERENT
Your feet aren't 2-dimensional, so why wear footwear with a flat footbed?
Utilising our extensive knowledge and experience, all Strive footwear incorporates our podiatrist designed 'Biomechanical Footbed Technology', which re-designs a classic flat footbed to the natural 3-dimensional contours of your feet.
HOW THIS BENEFITS YOU
Comfort as nature intended - By this we mean comfort that is not artificially created with excessive cushioning. Instead, created through supporting your feet in the very position they are designed to be held in.
Helps improve posture and reduce harmful stresses - Mapping the unique contours of your feet, our orthotic footbed technology may help to improve posture and reduce harmful stresses placed upon your feet and body - a contributing factor associated with many common aches and pains:
Strive Footwear can help with:
Ball of foot pain
Lower back pain