Shuropody Brighton located at 2 Air St, Brighton BN1 3FB, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01273 724610

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Helen Gerrard

5 Google Rating

Very helpful friendly and knowledgable staff. Thanks

5/ 5

Very helpful friendly and knowledgable staff. Thanks

Jon Shorland

5 Google Rating

Great service. Just moving 3 doors down with a new look.

5/ 5

Great service. Just moving 3 doors down with a new look.

Harry MacDonald

5 Google Rating

Had a great experience in the shop buying some insoles for flat feet and Plantar fasciitis. Very inf

5/ 5

Had a great experience in the shop buying some insoles for flat feet and Plantar fasciitis. Very informative and helpful service.. would definitely recommend to anyone.

Stefan Kasanin

5 Google Rating

Walked in with no idea what I needed but pain in my legs and feet. I didn't catch her name but the w

5/ 5

Walked in with no idea what I needed but pain in my legs and feet. I didn't catch her name but the woman that I spoke to was extremely helpful and set about using the machine to measure how I stand and walk and talking about my history and where the pain was. 20 mins later I walked out with a pair of very reasonably priced custom moulded orthotics which have literally been the best purchase I've made this year, the effects are fantastic. My legs and feet feel better already and my back is also improving - something I didn't even attribute to my footwear. Thanks for helping me out! One thing I would say is that the men's shoes range is very limited and not what I'd describe as fashionable (for under 60s anyway).

Mark Pearce

3 Google Rating

Specialist shoe shop, which has a range of orthotic inserts for shoes. They also have machines capab

3/ 5

Specialist shoe shop, which has a range of orthotic inserts for shoes. They also have machines capable of analysing your stance and suggesting relevant inserts to correct problems. Their range of shoes doesn't seem as extensive as those from Hotter. Also the staff seemed a bit preoccupied, dusting displays, dealing with deliveries rather than assisting people in the shop. Not sure if this is the norm here or just unlucky. Certainly our experiences at our local Hotter shop have been a lot better and we'll continue to go there.

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  • Monday09:00 - 17:30
  • Tuesday09:00 - 17:30
  • Wednesday09:00 - 17:30
  • Thursday09:00 - 17:30
  • Friday09:00 - 17:30
  • Saturday09:00 - 18:00

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