CurrexSole RunPro Insoles are great Running Insoles!
I have professional orthotics as my arches often hurt after walking in regular shoes for 30 minutes. I wanted to get a shoe insert for my running shoes so that I didn't have to keep taking my orthotics in and out of all of my shoes, which was chewing them up pretty badly. After reading the description, I decided to go with these CurrexSole Runpro's- and I am GLAD that I did. These running insoles are very comfortable in my running shoes! I do have to say that I am not a distance runner - most of my cardio at the gym involves interval sprints (running at 90% of all out effort for 30 seconds, then walking for 90 seconds - repeating), so I can't tell you how these are for mileage - but for sprints on the treadmill and jumping rope, these are VERY comfy!   From The Insole The CurrexSole RunPro Insoles come in a Low, Neutral, and High Arch Foot Styles.
OOFOS Sandals provide outstanding foot relief and comfort
I recently had leg surgery and began wearing these recovery sandals around the house for an extra cushion while walking preventing the jarring I felt with regular shoes. They were awesome! I also started wearing them out to run errands because they cushion my metatarsal which has been really bothering me in the last year or so. They are so comfortable and my feet don't get sore or tired. Hurray!   Steph
Shoe Insoles for Knee Pain
Foot Pain and conditions are the number one reason to why orthotic shoe insoles are used; however, there are other pains that can both be treated or prevented with insoles.  Shoe insoles can provide extra cushion (or shock absorption) and orthotic support for both one's heel and arch.  Properly positioning one's foot with an orthotic arch support can provide the proper foot alignment to assist with ones ankle, leg, hip, lower back and knee pain. While knee pain can be a result of many issues and should be examined by a doctor,  shoe insoles can assist with the pain.  Often there are two camps of opinions as to which type of shoe insoles are best when assisting with knee pain.  Our most popular insoles for knee pain are: Cushioned Arch Support Insoles with arch support are a popular choice as they provide superior cushioning that absorbs the shock and impact of weight and movement -thus lessening the strain on one's knee.   Typically one would want a cushion insole with a raised cushion arch support too.  Our most popular cushioned insoles with arch support are the [caption id="attachment_2353" align="alignright" width="150" caption="Sof Sole Airr Orthotic Insoles"]Sof Sole Airr Orthotic Insoles[/caption]
The other popular choice is a good orthotic arch support.  The idea is that your foot should be supported in a proper alignment with the use of a deep heel cup and orthotic arch support to hold in a neutral stance as it moves through one's gait.  That proper orthotic support assists in aligning the foot through the neutral positioning and as a result assists in proper alignment through one's ankles, legs, knees, hips, and back.  With the addition of some cushioning, the idea is knee strain (and pain) is reduced via proper alignment rather than tweaked (or tension) from un-even stress.  Our most popular Orthotic Arch Supports for knee pain are:
[caption id="attachment_2743" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="Superfeet Green Premium Insoles"]Superfeet Green Premium Insoles[/caption] All of the insoles for knee pain can assist with extra cushioning and support to lessen the pain and strain on the knee.  Adding cushioning for shock absorption and arch support to assist with over-pronation or supination  for proper alignment maybe just the answer.  If your looking for a great recovery sandal for knee pain, check out our OOFOS Sandals.
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