How can Profeet Custom Insoles Help me?
At Profeet we have spent the last 20 years helping people from all walks of life to enjoy their sports and activities more. Our signature custom-made insoles are a key part of our footwear solution.read more
Lower Back Pain – how Profeet can help
Causes of lower back pain can include muscles imbalances, core weakness, leg length discrepancies, poor posture, foot mechanics, footwear, poor shock attenuation, lack of/too much activity and spinal alignment.read more
Profeet’s thoughts on Who to Watch at Wimbledon 2017
The world’s favourite grass tennis tournament has descended on SW19 for two weeks of sun (hopefully), tennis and the all important strawberries & creamread more
How can I stop ‘shin bang’ (sore shins when skiing in my ski boots)?
‘Shin bang’ or sore shins when skiing can happen for a number of reasons, but the most common we see at the Profeet Ski Lab is because the boot is simply too big.
What is ski boot fitting and what can I expect from a boot-fitting appointment?
Janine Winter – Ski Manager at the Profeet Ski Lab – explains what ski boot fitting is and what you should expect from a ski boot fitting appointment.read more
How do I stop cramping under the arches of my foot in my ski boots?
Janine Winter – Ski Manager at the Profeet Ski Lab – explains how to stop your feet cramping in your ski boots.read more
Chloe Burles to walk across Gobi Desert with custom insoles from Profeet
Profeet are delighted to be footwear supplier to Chloe Burles in her attempt to become the youngest Briton to walk the length of the Gobi Desert.read more
Should I put my ski boots on a boot heater overnight?
Many chalet companies advertise an overnight ski boot heater as one of the advantages of staying in their chalets. And who wouldn’t want a nice, toasty ski boot to put on in the morning?read more
Race to the Stones Blog 6: Ultra running Zero to Hero
Dan from the Profeet Run Lab is taking on the 100km ultra marathon Race To The Stones in July. This is his sixth update on his journey from ultra running ‘zero to hero’.read more