Why Samurai Orthotic Insoles?



They Just Work

Samurai Insoles are different. The Samurai Insole is a unique orthotic insole that provides real dynamic support for your feet. They are made with the perfect balance of support and shock absorption in mind. By incorporating a “springy” polypropylene shell within a high-density padded case, the Samurai orthotic insole is able to absorb shock during impact activity, as well as realign the foot joints when necessary. Typical drug store insoles are made from compressed foam, with no orthotic shell. This often leads to little, if any, relief. Our flexible, yet supportive, orthotic insoles were conceived to provide quick relief from a variety of common foot conditions, as well as common lower body aches and pains.


Simpler Than Simple

Samurai Insoles were created according to conventional shoes sizes, so no more guesswork for a great fit. Choose your size, and the Samurai Insoles staff will have your pair on its way ASAP. Simply remove the factory insoles from your footwear and replace them with your new Samurai Insole. What could be simpler? Samurai Insoles slim design also allows them to be worn in a large variety of footwear. These include casual shoes, dress shoes, athletic shoes, cleats, boots, and many brands of clogs. We’ve simplified the process for you, so you can achieve relief now. No more searching. No more shopping. No more guesswork.


Expensive Orthotics Never Had A Chance

“They’re too stiff.” “They’re not comfortable.” “They don’t fit in any of my shoes.” Custom orthotics can have many drawbacks. And the often $500 price tag? Ouch! What if we told you that most people with foot issues don’t require custom orthotics? Many studies have shown that over the counter insoles often are MORE effective in providing relief from foot discomfort than expensive custom orthotics. Samurai Insoles were designed to maximize the benefits of an orthotic insole, while adding comfort and versatility, at a fraction of the price.


Insoles Are Our Thing, Not Fancy Ads

We live and breathe orthotic insoles. Some of our competitors, well…….. You see, fancy ads and commercials are great, but we’re MOST passionate about putting the most comfortable, perfectly supportive orthotic insoles in your shoes. Period. We’ll leave the flashy drug store kiosks and Super Bowl commercials to the other guys. And since Samurai Insoles are assembled in a state-of-the-art orthotic laboratory, right here in the USA, you can always be sure we’ve invested our resources right where they belong, under your feet.


Our “Best Insoles” Guarantee

We’re so absolutely sure that Samurai Insoles will help you get back to doing more of the things you love, we’re offering an unconditional, NO-questions-asked 60-day money back guarantee.  If for whatever reason Samurai Insoles do not satisfy you in any way, or aren’t the “best insoles” you’ve ever tried, simply send them back within 60 days and we’ll refund you the full purchase price right away!  No monkey business.  If Samurai Insoles are not for you, no worries, we’ll cheerfully issue you a refund and stay friends, promise!

Walkers' Feet

The best insoles I’ve ever worn.  They really helped my feet a lot and I hardly have any more pain.  Thanks!  -Denise B.


I’m so happy I discovered these. Samurai Insoles are the most comfortable orthotic insoles I’ve worn. I won’t be going back to my old brand. -Bobby G.


I ordered a pair for my son who has had bad knees for years.  He said they help tremendously;  Better than any others he’s tried!  Thanks!  -Regina L.

Orthotic Insoles have been used for decades to relieve discomfort from a variety of foot conditions.





Flat Feet

Flat feet are often referred to as “fallen arches”, and is a common condition seen in both children and adults. The arch of the foot is formed by a group of tendons and ligaments attached to the heel and foot bones. Tendons in the lower leg and foot must work in conjunction, pulling at the correct times during standing and walking. This aids in forming the arch of the foot. If the tendons do not pull sufficiently enough, or the ligaments of the foot are lax, the foot may be left with a very low arch, or no arch at all. This condition is commonly referred to as flat feet.

Orthotic insoles may be recommended to control the discomfort that often accompanies flat feet.


Plantar Fasciitis

Often referred to as the “Jogger’s heel”, plantar fasciitis is the most common cause of heel pain. It has been estimated that about 10 percent of people will suffer from the condition at least once during their lifetime. The plantar fascia is a flat band of connective tissue that connects the heel bone to the toes. This ligament provides support to the arch of the foot. Excessive stretching and repeated straining of the ligament can cause small tears in the tissue, leading to inflammation and pain.

Orthotic insoles may be recommended to control the discomfort that often accompanies plantar fasciitis.








The foot and ankle have multiple tendons that connect the muscles of the lower leg to all aspects of the foot. These tendons can become irritated and inflamed along the course of the tendon, or where the tendon attaches to the bone. This is referred to as “Tendonitis”, and can occur for a variety of different reasons. Tendonitis can make physical activity involving the feet extremely difficult and painful.

Orthotic insoles can control inefficient and painful motion of the foot and ankle. Controlling abnormal frontal plane motion of the ankle, heel and foot can relieve the symptoms of tendonitis in some instances.




Shin Splints

Shin splints are specifically an inflammation of the deep connective muscle tissue that is attached to the inner border of the shinbone.  Shin splints, or medial tibial stress syndrome, is a common injury induced by intensive exercise, such as prolonged running, vigorous sports or excessive physical activity. This condition can affect athletes of all levels and is characterized by a distinct pain in the lower leg, between the ankle and knee. Shin splints are especially common among runners, aerobic dancers, military recruits and people with flat feet.

Orthotic insoles may be recommended to relieve the discomfort that can accompany shin splints.



Ball of the foot pain

The metatarsal region or ball of the foot is the area between the arch and toes.  Pain in the ball of the foot, or metatarsalgia, is generally not a serious condition, but it can be aggravated to the point where normal activities and exercise can become extremely painful.  Certain foot shapes might be subject to undue stress in the metatarsal region thus causing pain and discomfort in the front area of the foot just below the toes.

Orthotic insoles are often recommended to relieve the symptoms caused by metatarsalgia, or pain in the ball of the foot.


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Samurai Insoles were designed by a Podiatrist for his patients, as well as himself.  They were created to relieve the symptoms of a wide variety of conditions.

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