$73.95 – $93.95
Power Walking and Treadmill Workouts
Recommended – an orthotic specially engineered for power walking and treadmill workouts. Designed for sneakers and (full depth) lace shoes.
Shell Specifications – utilizes a 3.0-mm polymer shell (posted in a neutral position) that never loses shape or memory.
Posting – utilizes a combined extrinsic rear foot post made of (35-40) durameter crepe, which is continued under the arch to provide uniform support and control. A special open cell sponge is dye cut into the (35-40) durameter crepe arch filler to provide additional shock absorption under the arch area.
Top Cover – provided with a cellular cushioning system and a felt top surface. The cellular cushioning system has a breathable surface that allows moisture and air to pass through, providing a cool, dry surface. The cushioning material is treated with biocide additive that retards the growth of bacteria and fungus, therefore reducing foot odor. The felt top surface is in-line bonded to the cellular sponge, and cannot delaminate.
Therapeutic Benefits – the semi-rigid shell, extrinsic rear foot post and continuous arch filler work together to stabilize the motion of the foot during each stride and provide uniform arch support and control. This helps keep the feet in a neutral position, preventing and treating over-pronation (flat feet) and related conditions including plantar fasciitis, heel pain, shin splints, general foot fatigue as well as knee, hip and lower back pain. The cellular cushioning system top cover and open cell sponge arch filler provides added shock absorption, comfort and protection.
Length – full length
Size – men’s full sizes 7-13; women’s full sizes 6-11
Price – $64.95 (per pair)
DISCLAIMER: PRE-MOLDED ORTHOTICS SHOULD NOT BE USED BY PERSONS WITH INFECTIONS; ULCERATIONS ON THE BOTTOM OF THEIR FEET; OR SEVERE FOOT DEFORMITIES. PERSONS WITH THESE CONDITIONS SHOULD CONSULT A FOOT CARE PROFESSIONAL ABOUT CUSTOM ORTHOTICS DESIGNED TO ADDRESS THESE CONDITIONS.
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