Looking for rigid orthotics that are affordable, but still prescription quality? Then try our rigid orthotics by and feel the difference when your foot is properly aligned and supported.
Our orthotics were made to conform to the shape and contours of your feet. Our orthotics were designed to improve the alignment of the feet and legs, thus relieving any symptoms of abnormal foot function. During the first few weeks, your body will gradually become accustomed to this new and proper alignment. Because each human body is different, the exact period of adjustment is difficult to determine. It may take 2 - 6 weeks. During this adjustment period, you MAY experience mild discomfort in other parts of the body, such as the knees, hips, or back. This discomfort is temporary, and should disappear as the orthotics help the foot to realign and function more efficiently.
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Excellent sole support
Posted by bstoner2001 on 19th May 2019
This is a really great product - I tried a number of other soft-sole inserts before settling on this one, and it provides superb support. Surprisingly comfortable - solved my heel pain problem. No complaints!
Posted by Unknown on 28th Dec 2017
I love these! Had 1 pair and was constantly moving them from one shoe to another, so I just bought 2 more pairs. They are so small, but make a huge difference!
Rigid inner sole
Posted by Joyce Weinstein on 29th Nov 2017
I have only been wearing them a few weeks but they seem to be helping me. I have a fallen arch and my Dr. told me to get rigid support for my shoe. When I put hem in my shoe I can walk much better. I was told that it would take time to heal..but I think that your product is really helping me.
Not as pictured but very nice
Posted by on 18th Aug 2017
Work very well. READ directions and use a little bit at a time.
A great product at a great price.
Posted by Robert Galik on 28th Jan 2017
I tried an arch support made by Good Feet to relieve bunion pain, and found that it helped quite a bit, but their price was unreasonable. The Rigid Medical Orthotic sold by FootCareDepot has given me the same support and pain relief at a fraction of the price. After using them for over 200 miles, I am sold. I intend to buy a second pair so I don't have to move them around so much when I change my shoes.
Almost perfect for me.
Posted by Brendan on 12th Aug 2016
Great great orthotics. My only complaint is I wish they had a version for people with higher arches than normal. Otherwise, very firm & great support. If you have normal arches (not to high, not flat) these orthotics will probably be perfect for you. That said, if SSI medical comes out with a version for people with high arches, I'll definitely get them. And I'll probably give them 5 stars.
Work great for me, and the price is very good.
Posted by JE on 18th Apr 2016
No one product is going to work the best for every person. That being said, this is exactly what I was looking for. Awhile back my foot doctor gave me some generic orthotics for my shoes, and they worked wonders. When I went back to buy another set to put in another pair of shoes, they would not sell them to me. The doctor's office said I needed a new appointment, and an exam, and blah blah blah (which of course means office visit co-pays and all that just for privilege of buying shoe inserts from them). So I searched far and wide online to find orthotics that appeared similar to what he sold me. I will say that this product isn't exact, but it's very very close. And the cost was significantly less.
Posted by Mark Wolk on 8th Dec 2015
Very subjective product to grade. I have had a long term problem with foot and hip alignment. The product is necessarily an average "within a size" group construction. It fits my foot fairly well and the benefits have not been apparent to me yet. I am optimistic that they will be what I want because the alternative product is a Good Feet store insert that costs $250. That makes this product one tenth the cost. If they fit you out of the box I think you'll like them. If not, they offer a return policy. What do you have to lose?
Insoles are Too Thin
Posted by Crystal on 11th Jun 2012
The insoles purchased are rigid, that is correct. However, they are very thin, making it difficult to put them in the shoe bed and getting into the shoe without them constantly sliding forward. Original ones my doctor prescibed are made in UK and are much sturdier and your foot feels more stable. This is supposed to be stabilizer, but this insole does not perform well.