Not all house slippers are the same. There are flimsy slippers that function more like socks, and then there are support or structured slippers. The former may work for some people, but anyone with recurring or chronic foot or heel pain needs the latter. They’re just as easy to slip on and off as unsupported slippers, but they provide the stabilization you need for safety and comfort.
When you add ALINE slipper insoles, you have the best of both worlds. ALINE insoles support your lower body’s natural alignment while taking comfort to new levels. You can enjoy the support of a good sneaker while lounging around the home in your cozy slippers.
If you don’t experience routine foot or heel pain, you may still prefer slippers with more foot support. They’re perfect for running out to grab the paper or check the mail. You may also want more structured slippers when you spend time in outdoor living spaces like decks or enclosed porches.
- Engineered ribs flex and rebound to allow your feet to move freely during any activity.
- Biomechanically enhanced structures mean your feet have support where and when it’s needed.
- Patented activation and compression zones keep your feet and lower body aligned during every step, jump, twist and turn.
- Heel cup with gel pad holds your heel securely while providing shock absorption.
but the "wedge" designed to help with the supination of the left ankle is about 50% effective. I know it is there, but when I am on turf (not a hard, flat surface) it is not very effective.
I like them better then the first ones I got cushion is nice
I've been prescribing and issuing ALINE insoles to my patients for a decade. The satisfaction level has always been excellent in terms of quality and in providing the biomechanical changes necessary to improve function. Thank you.
Thanks for the great review!
I could use a tad more cushion but my feet have been so much happier with Aline orthotics. Just wish my feet could keep up with my brain