Why do you need to wear insoles for overpronation?
Overpronation is one of the main causes of foot injuries in adults. Pronation is natural part of the gait cycle. It is required to help shift weight evenly from one part of your foot to the other. It also helps to protect your feet by absorbing shock and helps to give you more balance and stability when you walk. However, overpronation is when your foot to rolls inward excessively during the gait cycle. Overpronation can lead to damaging pressure and tension to build up on your feet and lower limbs that cause overuse injuries such as plantar fasciitis and Achilles tendinitis to develop. Wearing a pair of orthotic insoles is one of the best ways to stop your feet from over-pronating.

Here at FootReviver we have a range of insoles that will help you to stay injury and pain free. Our insoles have been made with the highest quality durable shock absorbing materials to help ensure long lasting wear and better protection for your feet. With built in arch support our insoles will also help support your feet in the correct position when you walk, helping to eliminate over-pronation and other biomechanical imbalances that can cause foot pain and injuries to occur.

All of our insoles come with a full 30 day money back guarantee which means that you have nothing to worry about if they are not right for you! If you unsure what insoles to buy or have any questions about any of our insoles for overpronation please do not hesitate to get in touch with us as we are always more than happy to help!

  • FootReviver™ Pronation insoles for Overpronation

    • 1x FootReviver Pronation insoles for correcting Overpronation
    • For both Men & Women
    • Available in the following shoe sizes (XS: (EU 32-34) (UK: 1-2), Small (35-37) (2 – 3), Medium (38-40) (4-6), Large (41-43) (7-8.5), Extra Large (9-11)
    • Recommended by Podiatrists to help treat and prevent a wide range of foot and lower limb injuries such as Plantar Fasciitis, Morton’s Neuroma, Metatarsalgia, Heel Spurs, Bunions, Foot Fatigue, Shin Splints, Achilles Tendinitis, Jumpers Knee, Runners Knee as well as hip and lower back pain
    • Helps to correct your gait by titling your feet and stopping your foot from rolling inward to prevent overpronation and ease abnormal load off your feet

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