Ascent

Ascent was founded in 2002, and has since revolutionized school shoes, work shoes and now safety boots by engineering them with athletic shoe technology. Engineered in Australia, and taking a special interest in developing footwear specifically for the unique Australian environment and particularly the wellbeing of growing families.

Ascent is a proven, innovative Australian born and bred footwear brand. Ascent started with a sporting shoe heritage and has taken this technology into categories of footwear that have not previously had this type of comfort and support before; School, Business, Walking, Work and Safety shoes.

Ascent work very closely with special interest groups; Podiatry, Physiotherapy, Amputee & Diabetes associations to make sure their footwear yields therapeutic benefits or aids in the management or prevention of various foot ailments. Ascent footwear is designed to fit the typical Australian foot, which is broader at the forefoot and narrower at the heel compared with the global average. They biomechanically engineer all their footwear with essential durability, cushioning and support. They have a strict ‘gimmick free’ design policy, only utilising real proven technologies so that the optimum benefit is delivered for the price.

Come into The Athlete’s Foot Helensvale for a FREE assessment of your feet on FITZI. See the video below on how it works. 

 

Netball Shoes

By clubtafhv | May 16, 2016

Netball is an intense, exciting sport that calls for every kind of movement imaginable. It is also a sport which is considered to be one of the most stressful on your legs and feet. Wearing the right shoes can reduce the chances of injury and strain while enhancing your performance and comfort. With such a…

Children’s Shoes

By clubtafhv | May 16, 2016

When your child’s day to day life involves tearing around the playground, jumping, kicking and running, it’s important that their shoes provide as much support and cushioning as yours. Children’s bodies grow at a tremendous rate and the correct shoes can ensure proper bone and muscle development, and help prevent long term foot and leg…

Walking Shoes

By clubtafhv | May 16, 2016

It’s important that you consider the following points when choosing a walking shoe: • your walking style• your foot type• the kind of walking you do. Power and fitness walkers need extra cushioning and support, off-trail walkers need stability and traction and those busy on their feet all day need a shoe with cushioning and…

Cross Training Shoes

By clubtafhv | May 16, 2016

When working out at the gym or under taking a variety of different activities you are doing what is called cross training. Cross trainers are an all purpose shoe designed to boost your comfort and performance whether on a treadmill, in an aerobics class or playing a game of tennis. Shoe Shape v Foot Shape Everyone…

Is your child being held back by Heel Pain?

By clubtafhv | May 16, 2016

At The Athlete’s Foot, we believe prevention is better than cure. Caring for the correct shoe fit for children’s feet to avoid the on-set of Severs, is our goal.. What is Severs?   Severs Heel, also called Calcaneal Apophysitis isa severe heel pain that occurs in children when the growing part of the heel is injured –…

Football Boots

By clubtafhv | May 16, 2016

No matter what code of football you play, you can improve your performance and comfort by wearing boots that fi t correctly. No two players move the same, which means we can put pressure on different parts of our feet when we play. That’s where The Athlete’s Foot “Fit Technicians” come in. We are expertly…

Running Shoes

By clubtafhv | May 16, 2016

Not all running shoes are alike. There are a vast range of different technologies and features to choose from. Equally, there are many different foot types and running gaits. Nobody is better qualified to match your foot type to the correct running shoe than The Athlete’s Foot “Fit Technicians”. We are expertly trained in the science…

Feet Problem

By clubtafhv | May 16, 2016

Most of us are likely to walk the equivalent of three times around the world in our lifetime. This makes our feet one of the hardest working parts of our bodies. Staff at The Athlete’s Foot appreciate the toll put on your feet and strive to treat them to the comfort and support they deserve. Correct…

Athletes Foot Fitting Service

By clubtafhv | May 16, 2016

What foot type are you? Rolling In Around 50% of people have flat feet which tend to roll inwards. This can increase strain on ankles, knees and hips. NEUTRAL Around 30% of people have neutral feet which still benefit from proper cushioning and support. ROLLING OUT Around 20% of people have high arches and feet…