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  • +Your Total Pain Relief Solution for
    Foot Pain, Knee Pain, Hip Pain
    & Even Back Pain
    • HOW GOOD FEET® SUPPORTS HELP
    • +1   Heel Cups and Platforms Offer Heel Support, Impact and
        Shock Absorption
    • +2  Inner Arch Support Helps Prevent Over Pronation
    • +3  Outer Arch Support Helps Prevent Supination
    • +4  Metatarsal Support Reduces Pressure on the Ball of the
         Foot and Toes
    • +5  Overall the Support is Designed to Evenly Distribute Your
        Body ’s Weight and Align Your Posture
  • Why Good Feet®?

    When it comes to foot comfort, there are tons of
    options available. There are comfort shoes,
    custom molded orthotics, over-the-counter
    inserts, cushions, and supports that are
    made based on scans of the feet.

How Are Good Feet® Arch Supports and Orthotics Different from Other Products?
And Why are Good Feet®Supports A Wiser Choice?

  • GOOD FEET® Orthotics vs.
    Custom-Made Orthotics

    THE DIFFERENCE:
    Good Feet® prefabricated orthotics,
    most commonly referred to as arch
    supports, are designed with an entirely
    different perspective on foot health.
    Rather than mold a product
    to an improperly aligned
    foot, we have designed all
    of our prefabricated orthotics
    in the shape of the “Ideal
    Foot,” which is perfectly
    aligned.
    When wearing Good Feet ’s
    prefabricated orthotics as part of a total
    arch support regime, the feet and body
    can become better aligned with time.
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    While custom orthotics typically run the entire length of the foot, Good Feet’s prefabricated orthotics (or arch supports) run from your heel to the ball of your foot. This means you can slip our arch supports into more shoe styles, without worrying if your long insoles will protrude from the shoes. Also, our thinner arch supports, which are called Maintainers and Relaxers, are designed to fit well into the loafers, wingtips, sandals and open-toed shoes you currently wear. We even have products that can fit into your high heels! While Good Feet arch supports are not custom-molded to your feet, they are personally fit. When you visit your local Good Feet store, your Certified Arch Support Fitter will fit you with arch supports according to your arch length, and foot flexibility.

    Special consideration will be given to your unique concerns, the shoes you wear, and the things you do every day. With over 350 sizes, styles and flexibilities, we’re sure to find a personal fit for you. You’ll leave our stores with your arch supports in your shoes–no waiting! And unlike most doctors’ offices, we can re-size or exchange your products for different styles within 30 days of your original date of purchase, if you’re not totally satisfied.

    At Good Feet, you’ll get a personal fit for your lifestyle, with arch supports designed to help bring the feet back into the Ideal Foot position. And you won’t have to give up your favorite shoes. Good Feet’s prefabricated orthotics are different in the areas that matter most to our customers: fashion freedom, customer service–and pain relief. Stop by your local Good Feet store today to see how our arch supports compare to custom orthotics! Custom orthotics are normally full-length, meaning they are as long as the inside of a shoe, from your heel all the way to the ends of your toes. To make a custom orthotic, a doctor or podiatrist typically takes a “cast,” or mold of your foot while you are lying down, with your foot relaxed. The arch support of the custom orthotic is then built according to the existing shape and arch alignment of the foot.

    Additionally, most custom orthotics are very thick, and some even feature “heel posting,” which is an extended structure at the bottom of the heel designed to stabilize the heel during gait. Due to the heel post, the vast majority of custom orthotics are suitable for only closed-heel shoes. The thickness and rigidity of a lot of custom orthotics makes them too bulky for most footwear, except athletic or orthopedic shoes. In conclusion, custom orthotics are wonderful products for those who have specific health concerns, or unique foot care needs. However, some custom orthotic users have to buy shoes one size larger and/or wider than usual, in order to accommodate the size.
  • GOOD FEET® vs.
    Over-the-Counter Inserts

    THE DIFFERENCE:
    Good Feet® arch supports
    are personally fit to your
    feet, based on your arch
    size, your activities, and the
    shoes you wear.
    While other
    options may seem less expensive, in the
    long run it pays to invest in arch supports
    that fit your unique arches and aren ’t
    made of materials that are designed to
    break down within months. This can help
    ensure you are provided with the long
    term foot pain relief you ’ve been
    searching for. In addition, Good Feet arch
    supports are constructed using only the
    highest quality materials and proudly
    manufactured in the USA. READ MORE


    We believe that if you’re in pain, you want arch supports that will work as hard as you do and won’t lose their shape or stability no matter what your lifestyle. That’s why we back most of our arch supports with Good Feet’s signature Limited Lifetime Warranty.

    If your warrantied arch supports ever flatten, crack, break or lose their shape because of a manufacturer’s defect, you can get replacements for your style of arch support FREE. By comparison, over-the-counter inserts and insoles are available in a drugstore or specialty shoe shop. They are made of various materials, most commonly EVA, foam, and/or gel compounds. These compounds normally lose their shape and/or cushioning pretty quickly, depending on the strength of the material and the level of stress you put on your feet while you wear them.

    Most inserts available in shoe shops are based on shoe size. Some are available in only three or four sizes; small to extra-large. Because these inserts are available based on shoe size only, they are not ideally fit to the foot’s four arches and your specific foot pain needs. Also, their pliable material means they are rarely strong enough to change the alignment of the feet or the body.

  • When your feet hurt, you
    want results, and you
    don ’t want to spend
    money every month to
    replace inserts that only
    seem to provide minimal
    relief
    for a few weeks at a time. Good
    Feet® Arch Supports include products
    that are designed to last a lifetime.


  • HOW CAN GOOD FEET® OFFER
    TOTAL BODY PAIN RELIEF & COMFORT

    At Good Feet®, we believe that if you are experiencing
    foot pain, knee pain, back pain or even hip pain, your
    entire life is adversely affected.
    Don’t live with pain and
    discomfort. The best solution may be to re-position your feet into
    what we call the Ideal Foot position with Good Feet® Arch Supports.

    As your feet adapt to Good Feet ’s arch supports, your
    body should also experience changes in overall
    alignment, which can restore comfort and eliminate pain
    from the ground up.
    In addition, the four arches are the
    foundation of the body. They work together to help the foot properly
    distribute body weight evenly. This can reduce pain and improve
    overall body alignment.

  • We consider the whole body
    instead of just the foot or targeted
    foot pain areas. We also believe the
    feet are the foundation of a healthy
    body.
    Read on to learn more about
    how our arch supports are designed
    with the whole body in mind.

    WHAT IS THE
    "IDEAL FOOT"?

    Good Feet® arch supports are so revolutionary because they are designed to promote Ideal Foot alignment. So What is the “Ideal Foot ”? When the foot is in
    the “Ideal Foot” position, it
    is functioning at maximum
    effectiveness, aligning the
    entire body, which can
    eliminate pain due to
    improper pressure
    distribution.
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A footprint of the Ideal Foot would show the following:

1. The entire footprint is the same color tone: no single area of the footprint is darker than any other area. That’s because the Ideal Foot doesn’t apply too much pressure on any one area of the foot; the whole foot supports the body’s weight in the equal amount each section is meant to and no segments of the foot have to strain to support more body weight than they are designed to.

2. All five toes show up, evenly spaced and all the same color: Pressure is being distributed so evenly through the whole foot that none of the toes have to grip too hard to keep the body upright. This also helps eliminate the potential formation calluses. In the Ideal Foot position, the toes spread out naturally without crowding each other.

3. The second toe aligns with the inside of the heel: The alignment position of the second toe can indicate whether the foot is properly aligned during each step. When the foot is ideally aligned, it doesn’t roll inward or outward too much. When the non-aligned foot rolls too much during gait, it can put unnecessary strain on the ankles, knees and hips, which work to keep the body straight as the foot rolls. However, the Ideal Foot is perfectly aligned, so the rest of the body’s joints don’t have to work as hard.

4. All four arches are properly supported: The Ideal Foot position is only possible when all four of the arches in each foot are supported by a personally fit arch support. When all four arches are properly supported, the entire foot can sustain an Ideal Foot alignment, helping to align the entire body which may alleviate pain caused by improper pressure distribution.

WHAT YOU SHOULD
KNOW ABOUT YOUR FEET
Most people are aware their foot has an arch, but did you know that each
foot actually has four arches?
Each of these four arches work together to stabilize the
foot and help to balance the entire body while standing and walking.
  • THE FOUR ARCHES:
  • The Inner Longitudinal: the inside of the foot from the ball of the foot to the heel.
  • The Outer Longitudinal: the outside of the foot from the ball of the foot to the heel.
  • The Transverse: just in front of the heel.
  • The Metatarsal: the arch formed by the bones in the ball of the foot.
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When all four arches are properly supported, the entire body is better aligned. A properly aligned body is less prone to injury and pain in trouble spots. Think of the feet like the foundation of a house. If the house’s foundation is weak or unbalanced, the entire house will sag and crumble in places. But if the house has a strong foundation, it will withstand the test of time.

HOW DO MY SHOE
& INSERTS STACK UP

Most over-the-counter arch supports are
designed to cushion your feet, not truly
support them over time.
This is because arch supports or insoles available in shoes are designed to fit the most people possible.
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Many footwear companies design their products with the masses in mind, so they will be able to sell their merchandise to as many people as possible without having to custom-fit each one. The problem is unless your supports are supporting at least three arches, they’re more-than-likely not creating Ideal Foot alignment. Good Feet believes the best way to truly improve the entire body’s alignment is to support and align the foot with an arch support that is personally fit to you.

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