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Soul Insole – Support for Any Shoe

Disclosure – I was sent this product to review and this post contains affiliate links. All opinions are 100% my own.

Both my daughter and I use orthotic insoles in our running shoes because we both pronate when we walk/run. My daughter also does a lot of dancing in stage musicals and the hours of training without inserts takes a toll on her feet and legs. Finding insoles for athletic shoes is easy – they are everywhere, however, finding an insert for her dance shoes has been impossible. Last year during rehearsals, she actually damaged the arch of her foot and her podiatrist made a custom insert for her just so she could get through the show.

Recently I was introduced to Soul Insole – a small, removable, washable, insert that works in any kind of shoe – heels, flats, sandals, flip flops, dance shoes – you name it. This was the solution to her dance shoe problem!

According to Soul Insole, the biomechanically designed shape of the Soul Insole effectively redistributes pressure evenly across the foot to relieve pressure from the heel and forefoot. The soft support helps to train your foot to strengthen its natural arch without causing the foot to become reliant on support.

The Soul Insole inserts are easy to place in your shoe and while they have a sticky side to keep the the insert in place, they are removable, washable and soft. You can easily wear them in one pair of shoes one day and another pair the next.

So, back to my daughter and her dancing, she has been able to use the Soul Insole inserts in her jazz shoes and her character shoes. Many of her rehearsals require her to change shoes for the style of dance and she can easily move the Soul Insoles from shoe to shoe in a matter of moments.

Whether you are looking for a little extra support, relief  for Plantar Fasciits, Heel Pain, Neuroma, Heel Spur or Over Pronation, Soul Insole may be the solution you are looking for.


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