Plantilla Deportivas Runpro Anti-Fascitis Orange XS
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CURREXSOLE RUNPRO MED SPORT INSOLEThe insoles from currexSole feature the Dynamic Arch Technology (DAT), which supports and guides your feet. It stores energy and provides a very efficient propulsion. Every foot is different - this is why currexSoles come in three individual profile heights. This orange Med Profile Sole is stiffer at the arch for optimal support. You can choose the right currexSole in three simple steps: Determine your foot profile: Wet the sole of your foot and walk onto a sheet of newspaper. Compare your wet footprint with the illustration. Check your leg shape: Stand tall in front of a mirror and check if two fingers fit between the knees or the ankles. Choose your leg shape. Combine your foot profile letter with your leg shape number and choose the right sole for you. sizes:XS - 34 to 36S - 36.5 to 38.5M - 39 to 41L - 41.5 to 43.5XL - 44 to 46XXL - 46.5 to 48
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Tamaño: XS | Color: Orange
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I've had two metatarsal osteotomies on my left foot, fractured heel and ongoing problems with the ball of my right foot.
I have been training for a full marathon for the past 16 weeks with unbelievable foot and ankle pain.
I've gone through about 8 different styles of running shoes and nothing really seemed to be helping.
I didn't have the money (or training time) to get a pair of custom orthotics and I was about to give up when I saw these at a booth at a running expo for a half marathon I was running.
I tried them on at the expo and was ABSOLUTELY AMAZED. I had immediate relief from the aching pain the bottoms of my feet and after running 3, 12, 16, and 20 mile runs in them over the course of the past two weeks I can tell you, they have ELIMINATED all foot pain, numbness and aching ankles completely.
I tried other orthotics (probably 10 different kinds) and though some of them might have helped), they had such a high profile (thicker than factory footbeds), they pushed my foot up out of my running shoes so much my heel would slide out of my shoe and they put too much pressure across the bridge of my foot.) NOT THESE INSOLES!!! They are VERY low profile and the cupped heel and arch support are FABULOUS!
I can't say enough positive things about these insoles. I was ready to give up guys. I couldn't stand the pain anymore.
Now, I am three weeks from my marathon and I'm READY!
Be sure you read the information on all three STYLES of these insoles. There are different "arch" profiles for to choose from. If you don't know your 'arch profile - go to Mizuno's (my fav running shoe) Precision Fit Shoe finder and go through the profiler to see what your arch type is : myprecisionfit.com The steps for determining your foot type will tell you what kind of arch you have.
Hope this helps guys.
We are all different, so it has so much to do with whatever works for you but I personally tried Super Feet between two pair of CurexSole and the Super Feet ended up in my dress shoes.
I run over 35 miles weekly and will do 20 mile long runs from time to time. My arch is medium, so I don't need a tremendous amount of support but I found Super Feet too hard for my liking, where CurexSole are a little softer. I had some pain around my hip with the Super Feet, these took care of any ache I had. I will repeat that we are all different, so I will just recommend these for design and manufacturing, I put over 1000 miles on my last pair and they held up like a champ.
More cushion than I expected. It's a weird feeling. Fantastic for running forward, but when taking sharp corners it feels like a thin layer of Jell-O between your feet and the pavement. There's movement, a shift to compensate for. I've gotten used to it after 5+ uses, but I can still recognize it's there.
After day 1 & 2, my muscles hurt at the arch. I treated it like muscles in my feet getting used to the new arrangement. Let them rest and the muscles build for several days. Have no problems now and continue to have no problems after >5 uses. Strongly recommend for running, but not for soccer, or basketball were you have frequent precise lateral movement.