- Remove the Bipad Insoles from your shoes every night, so they can dry.
- Do not put your insole into water.
- If they get wet, let them dry completely before putting them back
into your shoes.
- Do not put insole in a washing machine or dishwasher.
- Do clean your insoles with a clean cloth, only if they are dirty.
- Avoid rubbing them with chemical solvents or other cleaning agents.
- Do not put insoles in the dryer.
When we walk barefoot, our feet receive feedback from the ground that transfers
through the body. This natural way of walking improves our awareness of the body in space, including posture and pain relief.
Bipad Insoles provide straightforward benefits to barefoot walking.
Have you ever experienced foot pain? How about knee, hip or back pain? Perhaps you’ve had to face the challenge of finding attractive footwear that doesn’t cause discomfort. Don’t compromise fashion for comfort.
Introducing Bipad Insoles - a barefoot technology insole with adjustable pads that don’t require extra room like orthotics but still provide you with total foot posture and support.
How to Adjust the Elements of the Insoles
How to Place and Adjust each of the Pad Elements of the Insoles
Arch Support Pad Element
Scaphoid pads provide medial arch support. Place the pad towards the middle of the insole, adjusting its position according to your desired support. Use the scaphoid pad to reduce stress and tension to the plantar facia. This helps with over pronation, plantar fasciitis, post tib tendonitis, heel pain, heel spurs and bunions.
Metatarsal Pad Element
A Met Pad helps spread and redistribute the pressure from body weight more evenly across the transverse arch (the arch behind the ball of the foot that runs across the width of the foot) and the heads of the metatarsal bones. The key to placing the metatarsal pad is to make sure it is pressing into the space behind the ball of the foot not directly under it. A sore foot from a metatarsal pad often means the pad is too far forward. This pad helps with alleviating calluses, Morton’s neuroma, metatarsalgia and Morton’s toe.
Toe Crest Pad Element
The Toe Crest, or Buttress Pad, relieves pain and stress associated with your toes. The pad is anatomically shaped and made to conform to the contour of your foot and the base of the insole. For correct positioning, line your foot up with the insole and place the pad on the distal aspect of each toe and each metatarsal head. They are adjustable and can be placed to your comfort.This pad helps with claw toes, corns, hammer toes, mallet toes and overlapping toes.
Dancers’ Pad Element
The Dancers’ Pad cushion reduces pressure on the ball of the foot and helps distribute weight more evenly, relieving stress and discomfort. Place the pad directly under the weight bearing surface of the ball of the foot. This pad helps with sesamoiditis, Morton’s toe, calluses and metatarsalgia.
Will Bipad Insoles fix my feet?
Bipad Insoles improves the foot structure and quality of life. It is not a permanent solution.
What is the difference between Orthotics and Bipad Insoles?
Bipad Insoles have adjustable elements for different arches of the foot. Orthotics have fixed arches and set adjustments.
Does it take time to get used to Bipad Insoles?
No, Bipad Insoles provide straightforward benefits to barefoot walking.
How do I care and clean Bipad Insoles?