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Intended for everyday use the Activation Insoles stimulate, wake up and strengthen your feet, helping you feel more and feel better. Plus they feel amazing. Kick your sensory stimulation up to the next level with the Duo Insole.
RunPro helps prevent injuries, has the Dynamic Arch Technology and customized for every foot. SupportSTP are designed for Walking and light work. They deliver better stability as well as premium shock absorption & cushioning. Great for everyday walking shoes.
Don't get confused with all the numbers. These insoles are fully customizable and we are here to help.
(1st set of numbers)
7= Speed, 8= Train, 12= Cleat, 23=Premium memory foam
(2nd set of numbers)
00= Raised arch, neutral midfoot (no ball in the center), & cupped heel. 05= metatarsal pad in addition to the Raised arch and cupped heel. 20= Slanted heel to correct pronation (with high arch)
Comfort and Cushioning: Insoles provide additional cushioning and support to the feet, reducing the impact of walking or running on hard surfaces. They help absorb shock and distribute pressure more evenly, which can alleviate foot fatigue and discomfort.
Arch Support: Many insoles are designed to provide arch support, helping to maintain the natural arch of the foot. Proper arch support can improve balance, stability, and overall foot alignment. It can also help relieve or prevent conditions such as flat feet, plantar fasciitis, and overpronation.
Corrective Alignment: Insoles can help correct improper foot alignment by providing corrective features like heel cups, metatarsal pads, or medial posts. These features can help align the foot and ankle properly, reducing strain on the feet, knees, and lower back. They are particularly beneficial for individuals with structural abnormalities or biomechanical issues.
Pressure Relief: Insoles with pressure-relieving properties can redistribute weight and alleviate pressure points. This can be especially helpful for individuals with conditions like diabetic foot ulcers, arthritis, or sensitive feet, as it helps reduce pain and prevents further damage.
Performance Enhancement: In certain activities, such as sports or physical work, insoles can enhance performance by providing better shock absorption, stability, and improved foot alignment. They can help optimize biomechanics, reducing the risk of injuries and improving overall efficiency of movement.
Shoe Fit and Function: Insoles can improve the fit of shoes, particularly when they are too loose or have stretched over time. They can fill in extra space, ensuring a snugger fit and preventing slippage. Insoles can also extend the lifespan of shoes by reducing wear and tear on the shoe's interior.
Odor and Moisture Control: Some insoles are designed with moisture-wicking properties or antimicrobial treatments to control odor and keep the feet dry. These features help prevent the growth of bacteria and fungi, reducing the risk of foot infections and unpleasant smells.