SOLE's new Active with Met Pad footbeds - SNEWS

Elevator Pitch | SOLE Active with Met Pad footbeds

You're in the elevator zipping up to the 83rd floor with Mike Baker, founder of SOLE. He's all fired up about SOLE's new footbeds, which offer rare metatarsal support. Here's his rap.
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We’re excited to announce the launch of our highly-anticipated footbed featuring metatarsal support, a technical bump added to the forefoot of our award-winning footbeds that supports and separates toe bones for pain relief and comfort. 

The Active with Met Pad footbed collection is the first family of footbeds that we've released with metatarsal support. Our signature shape, found in all SOLE products, has been proven to eradicate foot pain, fatigue and prevent injury while improving balance, posture and stability. 

The supportive high arch, metatarsal pad, and deep heel cup promote the foot's natural alignment and drastically reduce discomfort caused by plantar fasciitis and other common orthopedic conditions. The additional metatarsal support slightly elevates and separates toes bones to relieve pressure and pain in the forefoot caused by tight or ill-fitting footwear and conditions. 

Suitable for most footwear and any type of activity, SOLE's Active with Met Pad footbeds relax forefoot tendons and promote the natural alignment of the foot. 

On a sustainability note, the use of recycled cork in footbeds is an environmentally friendly invention. The cork used in the Active with Met Pad collection, and all of SOLE's cork footbeds, is recycled by ReCORK, North America's largest wine cork recycling initiative, which we adopted in 2008. 

Repurposing natural wine corks into footwear removes it from the waste stream while creating a natural material that replaces environmentally harmful ones otherwise used in footwear production. Recycled cork is ideal for use in footbeds as it not only completely environmentally sustainable, but is also moisture-wicking, odor-reducing and has an elasticity that absorbs shock and allows it to mold to the wearer's feet. 

The Active with Met Pad footbed collection is available in three different thicknesses at yoursole.com.

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