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CurrexSole RunPro Insoles - High Profile


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This product is available in our Palo Alto Store

The High Profile insole is designed for the supinated or neutral foot. This works best with a neutral shoe.

The award winning CurrexSole Runpro is the ultimate performance insole for running (or walking).

  • 0mm drop
  • unique dynamic technology
  • lightweight - 1.4 ounces
  • 3 foot profiles

1. Fit

  • Tailored custom fit
  • Increased comfort for every shoe

2. Support

  • Optimal orthopedic support
  • Reduces fatigue and increases performance

3. Control

  • Synergizes the foot and shoe as one
  • Direct force transmission onto the surface

4. Cushioning

  • Strategically positioned cushioning system
  • Protect sensitive foot structure against stress and strain

5. Climate

  • High-Tech triple-layer system absorbs moisture which reduces odor and blisters
High, Medium or Low: which profile is right for me?

Step 1: Determine your Foot Type

  1. Remove your shoes and socks.
  2. Place a pan on the floor and add a small amount of water. Place a sheet of newspaper beside it.
  3. Position yourself behind the newspaper and wet the sole of your right foot.
  4. Walk with your right foot onto the newspaper so that you leave a print.
  5. Compare your wet footprint with the illustrations below. Repeat the process with your left foot.
  6. Once you have determined your foot shape, note the matching illustration.

  • A: High arched foot - only the heel and ball of foot are visable.
  • B: Medium arched foot - the foot is evently balanced.
  • C: Low arched foot - The inner arch is sunken, the imprint in the middle is wider compared to a medium arched foot.
  • D: Flat arched foot - The inner arch is almost flat, so that you can see the entire foot imprint.

Step 2: Check your Static Leg Axis

  1. Stand tall and put your ankles together.
  2. Make sure you don't hyperextend your knees - keep them just slightly bent.
  3. Determine your leg axis.
  • 1: Bow-legs - at least two fingers fit between the knees when the ankles are together.
  • 2: Straight legs - the knees almost touch when the ankles are together.
  • 3: Knock-knees - at least two fingers fit between the ankles when knees are together

Step 3: The Result

  • A1, A2, B1, B2 - Supination to Neutral
    Choose: High Profile / Blue
    Works best with a neutral shoe.
  • A3, B3, C1, C2, D1 - Neutral to Overpronation
    Choose: Medium Profile / Orange
    Use a shoe with a slight medial posting to feel the most effect.
  • C3, D2, D3 - Overpronation
    Choose: Low Profile / Red
    Protects your foot and ankle joint from soft tissue overuse. A shoe with medial support works best.

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