Certain jobs and outdoor activities require spending time in wet, muddy conditions, often on slippery or on hard surfaces. Regular orthotics aren’t made to stand up to these types of conditions.
Fishing, firefighting, farming, disaster-recovery, and snow plowing are some of the jobs that can get your feet wet. Footstar waterproof orthotics fit inside your rain boots, snow boots, or any other style of footwear, to support your feet and prevent bacterial or fungal growth, for years to come.
In addition, athletes are more prone to knee, leg, and ankle injuries than the average person. If you’re active in any type of boating or water sports, or you plan to go hiking in wet conditions, these orthotics can give you the solid footing you need to make the most of your sport.
How are waterproof orthotics made?
Our process begins with taking a digital impression of your foot (in-store) or sending you a kit to take a foam mold of your foot (if you live anywhere else in the country). The mold provides us with the guide we need to make your orthotics fit the unique shape of your foot. When we make them, we’ll include any details needed to correct any misalignment of your foot. Whether you feel pain in your toes, heels, arches, ankles, or anywhere else — we’ll take it into account when making your custom orthotics.
After you return your foot molds, we use them with top-grade waterproof materials — including polypro, Spanko, EVA, and carbon fiber — to create your perfect custom insoles.
You will provide us with information about your needs during the checkout process. We use this information to create orthotics that will eliminate your pain and make it more comfortable to move again.
We implement a long list of materials to suit the various needs of each individual. While soft, cushioned styles are best for some people, rigid and structured styles work best for others. We choose the best materials to get the desired outcome for you.
Footstar waterproof orthotics are a thin, antibacterial insert that fits easily into your shoe. While most inserts replace the shoe’s original insoles, these can fit comfortably on top of the existing insoles, without the need to remove them.
Once you have your custom waterproof orthotics, you can focus on work, play, or competition with more confidence about using your feet and their surrounding joints.