Custom Insoles

BallBag

Professional
Can anyone recommend some? I stuck a pair Vionic insoles into my shoes after case of Plantar Fasciitis. The cover is starting to peel off after a year and I want to try custom insoles.
 

innoVAShaun

Hall of Fame
When you say custom, do you mean made exactly to your foot specifications?

The best way to go is get a referral through your doctor for an orthopedic specialist. They'll take molds and get some custom insoles made for you.

If you don't like that route, there might be a running store that does custom foot mapping as well.
 

BallBag

Professional
When you say custom, do you mean made exactly to your foot specifications?

The best way to go is get a referral through your doctor for an orthopedic specialist. They'll take molds and get some custom insoles made for you.

If you don't like that route, there might be a running store that does custom foot mapping as well.
Yeah, I've also seen some online stores that send you foam mold.
 

tomato123

Professional
I think you mentioned you were from Maryland right? Road Runner Sports in Rockville will make a custom fitted insole for you in store if you feel like checking it out, just remember to take your shoe with you just in case it needs to be cut or fitted to the shoe as well.

Otherwise I like Footprint Gamechanger low profile insoles which lets you bake it in an oven to DIY mold it. If it's good enough for skaters it's good enough for tennis IMO.
 

WhiteOut

Semi-Pro
I've bought OrangeInsoles for two pairs of my shoes. it's an outfit out of Michigan you can find online. NOTE: ive only used them in walking/boots/every-day shoes so far...not tried in my tennis shoes yet. they have great arch support (i have high arches)...but will be way less expensive than a custom-molded insole.
 

PD1978

Semi-Pro
You can warm up Sole inserts to somewhat mold to your feet.
Truly custom is best though. I use them for my flat feet.
 

kingnike12

New User
If you guys need to get semi-custom insoles. The best one that I highly highly recommend is treadlabs. The pace and dash insoles are the best things I have ever tried. It definitely helps not only for your performance but also comfort for all day work. I am a teacher and I have to stand all day so it definitely helps with my feet. Also, I tend to have balky calves and these have definitely been a godsend.
 

antony

Professional
I want to get custom insoles too. Apparently Tamir Kfir makes some good insoles


I read a while ago after Novak beat Rafa or Murray I can't remember, but Novak won, took the orthotics out of his shoes, and then threw the shoes in the crowd. Later there was a article, on why he took the orthotics out, I cannot find the article, but what I recall, is that it was expensive, and worth well more than the shoe.

The brand is: Tamor Kfir (Israeli)

http://www.tamirkfir.com/en/products/tennis.html

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4093777,00.html
 

mctennis

Legend
I want to get custom insoles too. Apparently Tamir Kfir makes some good insoles
Site isn't up yet. So we will just have wait until they get their site up. Then we can see exactly how expen$$$ive their inserts are. I pay $300-400 for my custom orthotics now. I can't imagine they would be much cheaper than that.
 

antony

Professional
Site isn't up yet. So we will just have wait until they get their site up. Then we can see exactly how expen$$$ive their inserts are. I pay $300-400 for my custom orthotics now. I can't imagine they would be much cheaper than that.
My guess is you need to visit them in Israel so you can be fitted in person
 
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