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How long did it take you to “break in” your Upstep orthotics?

Asked 3 years ago

It’s been 3 weeks and it’s been very painful. Kind of feels worse. Do I have the wrong orthotics or are they just not broken in yet? How long should it take?

Kaliyah Irwin

Monday, June 28, 2021

Orthotics take time to get used to and it takes some people longer than others to break in new orthotics. Start by wearing them for short periods of time, and make sure your orthotics are correctly inserted in your shoes. If after a few weeks you're still not comfortable, contact Upstep and they'll give you a redo or refund your money.

Andre Pace

Monday, August 09, 2021

To get used to orthotics, your body might need time. Ideally, it takes around 1-2 weeks to get used to it, so keep the patience for a couple of weeks. Once you adjust to it, it should be very comfortable to wear. However, if you are still not satisfied with it. then get in touch with Upstep, and they will provide the necessary help.

Janik Sundstrom

Janik Sundstrom

Monday, July 04, 2022

It usually takes a week or two for someone to get used to using orthotics in their shoes on a daily basis. The foot and ankle needs to adjust to the support provided by orthotics. It is, however, important to ensure that you have the correct orthotics for the conditions that you may be struggling with. Should the arch and foot support not be correct for the shape of your feet, it may aggravate your symptoms further. Upstep has a range of custom orthotics which can be specifically tailored to the shape of your foot, ensuring maximum comfort throughout the day.

The correct orthotics will, after a period of adjustment, will reduce the discomfort, and symptoms you may be experiencing in your feet. Upstep has a 120-day money-back guarantee on orthotics purchased on the website. The orthotics are casted in the privacy of your own home and will be returned to you upon completion of manufacturing. 

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