Custom Fit Orthotics

Dr. Scholl's® developed the state-of-the-art Foot Mapping Technology that revolutionized the self-selection inserts market.

The measurement system identifies the areas of your feet you put the most pressure on and suggests the Dr. Scholl's® Custom Fit Orthotics Inserts that is most suitable for your feet – guaranteed*.

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Find a Foot Mapping Kiosk

Measurement System

The measurement system's 2,000 pressure sensors identify the areas of your feet you put the most pressure on. The system then suggests one of the 14 the Dr. Scholl's Custom Fit Orthotics Inserts that is most suitable for your feet+. Guaranteed.

+Not intended to be used as a substitute for a healthcare professional's advice, diagnosis or treatment.

How does it work?

Once you approach the kiosk you will remove your shoes and step onto the mat. On screen, you will then see your unique foot map with colour coded pressure points. Red illustrates high pressure and blue illustrates low pressure.

Screen shot of Foot Mapping Kiosk showing colour-coded images of the underside of a two feet.

How does it work?

Next, you will lift each foot, one at a time, to identify how the areas of foot pressure may change once in motion.

Screen shot of Foot Mapping Kiosk showing a colour-coded image of a left foot with pressure points at the big toe, ball of foot and heel.

How does it work?

Next, you will lift each foot, one at a time, to identify how the areas of foot pressure may change once in motion.

Screen shot of Foot Mapping Kiosk showing a colour-coded image of a Right foot with pressure points at the big toe, ball of foot and heel.

How does it work?

Then you will see the recommended Dr. Scholl’s® Custom Fit Orthotics based on your individual foot length, arch type, and level of foot pressure.

Dr. Scholl’s® Custom Fit™ Orthotics CF220

Product Information

Dr. Scholl's® collaborated with podiatrists to develop the Dr. Scholl's® Custom Fit Orthotics Inserts that is constructed with special cushioning and support layers, as well as durable top cloth for exceptional comfort, shock absorption and long-lasting support.

The unique CradleFlex Arch Support system provides immediate and all-day comfort while the ¾ length design fits easily in most shoes and stays securely in place.

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Low Arches can be inherited or acquired through increased load on the feet from work or other activities. The increased stress on the arch causes it to flatten, causing ligament strain that leads to arch or heel pain.

Low arches

Screen shot of Foot Mapping Kiosk showing colour-coded image of two feet with low arches.

The standard arch performs its functions without creating excess stress on the foot or leg. Stresses on the standard arch can be caused by overuse injuries, such as running, or by increased load due to work or other activities.

Standard arches

Screen shot of Foot Mapping Kiosk showing colour-coded image of two feet with standard arches.

The height of the high arched foot causes more weight to be distributed on the heel and ball of foot during motion. This increased load can cause increased stresses on the foot and leg, which can cause pain in the heel or the ball of the foot, and possible pain in the arch on both the top and bottom of the foot.

High arches

Screen shot of Foot Mapping kiosk showing colour-coded image of two feet with high arches.