Arch Angels to the Rescue of your Child’s Feet

myarchangels - January 11, 2010

Contact: Heather Manolian

Arch Angels©, a registered company, were designed by two foot doctors with over 25 combined years of experience in practice who identified a previously unmet need: How to support the needs of a growing child’s feet, with a product that can be used in any enclosed shoe, can stand up to the demands of active kids, and is affordable.

Children have busy feet which are constantly changing and Arch Angels© is designed to adapt to a child’s developing foot. A child’s foot is not like an adult’s foot; initially, the arch of a child’s foot is flat and gradually develops over time. The height of the arch in Arch Angels© increases with each size, providing natural support for your child’s growing needs.

Most kids don’t start developing an arch until they are 3 or 4 because the fat reserves and their muscles start to form into the arch. During this phase, their feet are so unstable, they
are firing off all sorts of muscles as they try to run and walk. That’s why it’s common for them to fatigue earlier than older kids, and they show this by asking to be carried or saying their legs are tired. Tripping frequently is another sign of kids that have developing arches.

A comfort insole can help with the normal development of the arch and the foot. A comfort insole places your child’s foot in the proper position to encourage it to develop properly. Comfort insoles are designed to help support the arch and reduce some of the muscle strain that is common with active children. A
quality comfort insole can help reduce foot fatigue, stabilize the foot to reduce injuries, and give a lift to children to energize them.

Arch Angels© are currently available in four sizes, typically fitting children ages 2 to 8 and will take up additional space inside the shoe, and therefore it may be necessary to move up a half-size shoe to accommodate their cushioning support.

For more information about Arch Angels©, please visit their website at:


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