COMEX Orthotic insoles are divided in 3 main categories as follows: Everyday orthotics for extra comfort and precaution, Medical orthotics for lower extremities treatment and Advance orthotics for any type of sport. 


The insole is the inside part of the shoe that runs underneath and supports the bottom of the foot. Insoles are also referred to as footbedsand inner soles. They are usually easily removed. People often replace the original insoles with a pair of specialty insoles they've purchased separately for a more comfortable and supportive fit. These are called aftermarket insoles.

The insole attaches to the upper part of the shoe and is often made of cellulose paperboard or a synthetic insole board.

Specialty insoles can be added to make the shoe more comfortable, control odor and moisture, and absorb shock. For health-related reasons, orthotic insoles can better position and support the foot.

Our feet take a lot of stress, and when that stress isn't properly absorbed it can cause serious pain in our ankles, knees and hips. Quality insoles absorb shock, evenly distribute weight and provide arch support.

Improper foot care can lead to all kinds of health issues, so it's important to take care of your feet. If you own a pair of uncomfortable or ill-fitting shoes, a new set of insoles might be the solution to improve them.