Perfect for the workplace and everyday life, Powerstep Original offers comfort and control, while supporting your feet and ankles.
Ideal for the workplace, about town or even on the golf course, Powerstep ¾ is a versatile insole which fits in a wide range of shoes.
The insole for athletes, Powerstep Pinnacle is perfect for runners, hikers, cyclists and anyone with an active lifestyle.
Heel, arch, ankle, knee and back pain are widespread in today's 'on the run society'. Research indicates that 80% of adults experience foot pain - but with the latest advances in foot support brought to you by Powerstep, you can avoid this pain.
Powerstep is a unique orthotic foot support system that goes beyond foot comfort. Powerstep orthotics can relieve pain and even prevent it from developing. Dr. Les Appel, a professional podiatrist with over 35 years of experience, has designed the entire line of Powerstep products.
The Powerstep orthotic line takes foot comfort further than the standard insoles you're used to wearing. Our unique design provides real support and stability to allow you to do the things you love to do, pain-free.
Powerstep has been designed by Dr Les Appel, USA Doctor of Podiatric Medicine. All our Powerstep orthotics have a lifetime guarantee against breakage of the plastic arch support (inside casing) when used under normal conditions.
“Offers comfort and support. Rating: 5/5”
“We recommend Powerstep. It will provide extra cushioning and superior arch support.”
“The arch's springy flexibility and the cushioning in the forefoot and heel provide a stable, comfortable ride.”
“Easy to put in and move from shoe to shoe.”
“I have begun training for the half marathon. All the running I have done with Powerstep has been really comfortable and I haven't had any pain. I went to the supermarket the other day and forgot to put insoles in the shoes I wore. My feet felt instantly flat, I really noticed not having them in and my feet felt uncomfortable. After initially getting used to the insoles, I would now not be comfortable without them.”
“Friends told me I'm walking better which cheered me up!”