Features / Benefits
Sturdy Arch Support Insoles - Podiatrist-recommended orthotic shoe inserts for 220+ lbs men and women minimize foot pain and offer stable comfort. RooRuns arch support insoles make your plantar fasciitis - high arch - flat feet - pronation - back - ankle - knee - neck - lower back - joint - posture - heel spurs - metatarsalgia - shin splints - bunions - Morton\'s neuroma less painful. It is excellent as an adjunct to the treatment of foot diseases and you can take it and give it a try.
Premium Quality - Orthotic inserts offer strong arch supports made of sturdy and flexible TPU, breathable and cushioning layer with Environment-friendly PU foam base, No-smell breathable velvet, high elastic sole gel buffer tablets for motion cushioning.
Good Details - You will find attractive patterns on RooRuns insoles to match your shoes, thick soft padding for the heart of the foot to relieve pain of plantar fasciitis, stable arch support and deep heel cradle to lift your collapsed arch and correct leg and body posture. It can even ease back pain caused by poor posture. The cushioning pads on the soles of heels and balls of feet of insoles provide you a comfortable cushion for every step.
Trim To Fit - One size insoles fit multiple shoe sizes. You will see trimming lines on the toe of the plantar fasciitis insoles. When you receive RooRuns insoles, please take out the existing insoles in your shoes and compare it with orthotic insoles. If they are the same size, insert the arch support insoles into the shoes. If it is a little larger than the existing insole, trim it to the same size and insert the flat feet insole.
Any Age / Footwear/ Activity - RooRuns plantar fasciitis shoe inserts fit all orthopedic - athletic - casual - workout - sports - hiking - basketball - tennis - snowboard - ski - golf - gym - walking shoes or work boots. insoles for walking - running - standing - cross-training. ATTENTION: You may feel increased pressure at first because your feet are not used to the new arch support insoles. Podiatrists suggest you start with 1-2 hours a day and gradually increase the time you wear insoles.