• 12 Month Warranty
  • Hand or Machine Washable
  • Fits Any Shoe
  • Can be Worn with Orthotics

Sold in the USA for over 20 years, liquid orthotic insoles have been clinically proven to provide unrivalled support for people working on their feet, as well as delivering increased circulation to the feet and lower legs through its unique massaging system leading to increased health of the foot.

Now, Sole-Mates® are able to offer the same benefits to people in the UK!

Liquid-filled massaging orthotic insoles

Offering relief for a variety of conditions...

Is poor circulation leaving your feet in the cold?

In layman's terms, three basic conditions impair circulation to feet and legs: Diabetic Neuropathy, Peripheral Neuropathy and Peripheral Vascular Disease. In the US alone, these three conditions are found in over 12 Million citizens.

Is plantar fasciitis a pain in your arch?

The pain of plantar fasciitis is caused by tiny tears in the thick, fibrous band of tissue that reaches from the heel to the toes, which supports the muscles and arch of the foot. When the plantar fascia becomes overly stretched, tiny tears occur in its surface.

Is Morton's neuroma getting on your nerves?

Morton's neuroma is pain associated with compression of the nerves of the feet, usually between the third and fourth toes. It results in severe pain on the ball of foot and the base of the toes, which gets worse over time.

Do you suffer from tired and sore feet?

It happens to almost everyone. You get home at the end of the day and your feet are burning, sore, swollen and just plain tired.

Do you suffer from lower back or hip pain?

Lateral Muscular Back Pain simply means muscular pain that presents itself just above the hips and runs up your sides. The pain we are looking at comes primarily from standing and/or walking for long periods of time during the day and quite simply comes from the muscles being tired.

Do you suffer from corns or calluses?

Calluses grow on the bottom and sides of the foot – anywhere there is friction or rubbing against a hard surface – as the body's defense mechanism against developing an open sore. The more the rubbing, the thicker the callus tends to form.

Upcoming Events

Living North - York
March 27, 2015-March 29, 2015
Classic Restoration Show
March 28, 2015-March 29, 2015