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  1. Have you tried the Mega Comfort Insole? It's a Customer Favorite!

    Have you tried the Mega Comfort Insole? It's a Customer Favorite!

    Do your feet, legs, or back hurt? Are you looking to increase the cushion and arch support in your current footwear? Introducing the Personal Anti-Fatigue Mat insole from Mega Comfort!


    This customer-favorite features maximum shock absorption and dual layered memory foam technology. It provides maximum comfort to keep you feeling great even after a long shift. The insole is machine washable, anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, anti-perspiration and has odor reducing scent. What's not to love?!?


    The Personal Anti-Fatigue Mat insole is available at all Vanderloop Shoes stores, on our safety footwear trucks and


    Ask your industrial footwear rep about making this insole part of your safety footwear program!


    Click here for more information.

    MegaComfort Pam Insole


  2. Heel Pain: Cause and Prevention


    "There are two different categories of heel pain. The first is caused by over-use repetitive stress which refers to a soreness resulting from too much impact on a specific area of the foot. This condition, often referred to as “heel pain syndrome,” can be caused by shoes with heels that are too low, a thinned out fat pad in the heel area, or from a sudden increase in activity. Plantar fasciitis, a very common diagnosis of heel pain, is usually caused from a biomechancial problem, such as over-pronation (flat feet). The plantar fascia is a broad band of fibrous tissue that runs along the bottom surface of the foot, from the heel through the midfoot and into the forefoot. Over-pronation can cause the plantar fascia to be excessively stretched and inflamed, resulting in pain in the heel and arch areas of the foot. Often the pain will be most intense first thing in the morning or after a prolonged period of rest. The pain can gradually subside as the day progresses.



    To properly treat heel pain, you must absorb shock, provide cushioning and elevate the heel to transfer pressure. This can be accomplished with a heel cup, visco heel cradle, or an orthotic designed with materials that will absorb shock and shear forces. When the condition is pronation related (usually plantar fasciitis), an orthotic with medial posting and good arch support will control the pronation and prevent the inflammation of the plantar fascia. Footwear selection is also an important criteria when treating heel pain. Shoes with a firm heel counter, good arch support, and appropriate heel height are the ideal choice. In addition, breaking the pain cycle with the use of oral anti inflammatory medications, cortisone injections, stretching and icing are all treatments as well.

    If the problem persists, consult your foot doctor."

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