How can these insoles help if you have overpronation?
Overpronation is when the foot rolls inward too much when your foot flattens during gait. When overpronation occurs it can lead to excessive strain and pressure being placed upon the foot and lower limbs. Overtime this overpronation can cause damage to the ligaments found in your foot and cause injuries such as plantar fasciitis to develop. Wearing a pair of orthotic insoles that realign and support your feet properly when you walk will help to reduce overpronation in your feet and help prevent as well as treat a number of injuries affecting your feet and lower limbs.
2x High Premium Quality Orthotic Arch Support Insoles (Left and Right foot).
Available in 2 Sizes: Large Size UK 8-10 and Medium Size UK 5-7 (Cut down to meet your individual requirements).
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These insoles are perfect for easing foot pain if you have flat feet or high arches. Having flat feet or high arches can make you more at risk of developing excessive pronation when you walk or run. Excessive pronation can place extra strain and pressure on your feet and can cause injuries such as plantar fasciitis and Achilles tendinitis to arise.
Luckily, wearing a pair of these insoles if you have flat feet or high arches can help. They use orthotic support to re-position your feet and prevent your feet from pronating excessively during the gait cycle. Not only that but the inbuilt arch support will also help to stop unnatural load from damaging your arches helping to ease arch and heel pain.
Keep your feet protected with a pair of our new and innovative foot support insoles! These insoles have been specially developed by our team of foot experts to help support your feet in the optimum position! They will help to eliminate any bio-mechanical problems that you might have affecting your feet and have been made from the very best EVA shock absorbing materials which will not only protect your feet but also your legs, knees, hips and back from excessive strain and pressure.