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Pediflux Reflex Leather Magnetic Insoles
  • Cleverly positioned magnets for natural health boost
  • Genuine leather top layer for stylish finish
  • Activated charcoal helps prevent foot odour
  • Can help metabolism and health of organs

Strive Active Orthotic Insoles
  • A pair of trimmable unisex Active Orthotic Insoles
  • Ideal for high intensity sports like running, tennis and volleyball
  • Podiatrist-designed to mould to natural contours of your feet
  • Durable and superb shock absorption to minimise risk of injury

Strive Comfort Orthotic Insoles
  • A pair of trimmable unisex Comfort Orthotic insoles
  • Suitable for various footwear including work shoes, trainers and boots
  • Podiatrist-designed to mould to natural contours of your feet
  • Made of premium natural leather and lightweight EVA for enhanced comfort

Strive Fur-Lined Orthotic Insoles
  • A pair of trimmable unisex fur-lined orthotic insoles
  • Suitable for various footwear including work shoes, boots and wellies
  • Podiatrist-designed to mould to natural contours of your feet
  • Made of natural leather with soft faux-fur top lining for extra warmth

Strive Slimline 3/4 Length Orthotic Insoles
  • Pair of unisex 3/4 length slimline orthotic insoles
  • Ideal for dress shoes and narrow footwear
  • Podiatrist-designed to mould to natural contours of your feet
  • Made of premium natural leather and lightweight EVA for enhanced comfort

Mysole Daily Basic Leather Insoles
  • Pair of anatomically shaped insoles
  • Made from leather
  • Absorb shock for greater comfort
  • Disperse and relieve pressure

Pedag Leather Full Insoles
  • Leather insole for ultimate comfort;
  • Freshness booster;
  • Made with Active Carbon;
  • Genuine leather & sheepskin.

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