Our work boot orthotics are our most durable insoles. Designed to take a beating and still be comfortable, these custom orthotics are made out of carbon fiber, an incredibly strong yet flexible material that makes it ideal for work and manual labor. These are super strong carbon-fiber orthotics with an extremely cushioned top cover for all-day comfort. They are full length and simply replace the insole that comes with your work shoes or work boots. These orthotics are designed to take anything you can dish out. They are waterproof, washable, and are made to get dirty and wet. They are excellent for uneven surfaces on job sites, working on ladders or scaffolding, walking on concrete surfaces or in wet or dirty environments.
Manual laborers and construction workers often experience some of the most extreme orthopedic ailments due to the constant pressure on their back and feet. It’s not uncommon to see workers experiencing bulging and herniated discs due to the duress that their back is under all day. Although they may not seem immediately related, custom orthotics can have a huge impact on the health of the human vertebrae, as comfortable foot health has a large bearing on balance, posture, and overall wellness. Orthotics for herniated discs not only have a bearing on balance but improve the structure of ankles, knees, hips, back, in addition to the spinal cord. High arches are another balance-affecting condition that can greatly impact orthopedic health when it comes to work boots. Not only can high arches become exacerbated on the job due to lifting and constant motion, but most work boots do not have the correct method of arch support to correctly accommodate an individual with high arches. Lastly, veteran workers who have been in the industry for the majority of their lives, as well as young recruits who are just getting started in a new field, can all experience the symptoms of knee arthritis. Brought about by the degradation of the cartilage between the shin and thigh bone begin to wear away.
Please Note: These are custom-made arch supports specifically designed for one person. These are not designed to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. For corrective custom orthotics, please visit one of our locations throughout Southern Connecticut by calling us at 1-800-318-0007. The price of this orthotic offered through our website does not reflect the price of corrective, accommodative inserts made after evaluating an individual in-person.