Just like most other types of footwear, comfort is a big consideration. And a lot of factory-supplied insoles for tennis shoes just aren’t up to the job when it comes to comfort, not to mention support. So, if you want to feel and play your best out on the court, you do need some tennis shoe replacement insoles.
What are the most common tennis injuries?
A good game of tennis will put a lot of stress on your feet, especially when you're turning quickly or coming to a sudden stop, which can push your toes against the front of your tennis shoes.
The movements involved in the game can cause a range of common foot complaints. Along with ankle pain, these can include plantar fasciitis, Morton's neuroma, metatarsalgia and achilles tendonitis.
By improving alignment and preventing abnormal movement of the foot, tennis insoles can greatly reduce the risk of experiencing these problems.
What are the best insoles for tennis?
Unless you’re a high-performing tennis player or you suffer from recurring biomechanical injuries, it’s unlikely you’ll need custom-made tennis orthotics.
But, with some much choice when it comes to over-the-counter products, you should make sure that, like ours, your new insoles for tennis have arch support, rather than cushioned, soft insoles which provide no support at all.
So, before you step on to the court for your next game, step into a pair of tennis insoles and experience an outstanding level of comfort and support.
Our insoles for tennis shoes are just one of a range of FootActive sports insoles. We also have a choice of orthopaedic footwear, such as slippers, flip flops, sandals with arch support and supportive socks.