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Littlesteps Paediatric Foot Orthoses
  • Specially designed for children;
  • Neutral RF posting;
  • QQ medium arch;
  • QQ standard depth heel cup.

Ezi-Kid Insoles
  • Tredlite dynamic insole;
  • Flexible thermoformable wedge;
  • Soft Sole;
  • Available in a range of european shoe sizes.

4Kids Orthotics
  • Heel cupping for stability;
  • Medial arch support;
  • Shock absorbing
  • Specially designed for children.

FootActive Kids Full-Length Insoles
  • Shock-absorbing and supportive insoles for kids
  • Suitable for flat feet, arch pain, plantar fasciitis and more
  • Encourages proper foot alignment to prevent joint pain
  • Comfy velour surface for sensitive soles

Kids Feet In Motion Insoles
  • Brightly coloured and functional
  • Medium density EVA
  • Flast base or pre-posted 5 degree heel
  • Available in a range of sizes

Instep II Paediatric Orthotics
  • Stability and protection;
  • Anatomical contouring;
  • Heel cupping and support; 
  • Specially designed for children.

FootActive Kids 3/4 Length Insoles
  • Orthotic insoles for children
  • Ideal for kids with flat feet or fallen arches
  • Prevents problems from escalating during growth
  • NHS approved for peace of mind


Pro11 Cool Kids Peapod Children's Orthotic Insoles
  • Medium-density EVA foam children's insoles
  • Deep heel cup for stability and impact protection
  • Arch support to reduce pain and fatigue
  • Cushion the feet for enhanced comfort

Pro11 Children's Arch Support Orthotic Insoles
  • Full-length children's arch support insoles
  • Correct over-pronation and realign body posture
  • Alleviate plantar fasciitis and metatarsalgia
  • Can be trimmed for a customised fit

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