Running shoes, or shoes in general for the matter, are made for the masses. It's impossible to design and manufacture a shoe that is perfectly suitable for every foot. And this can cause problems. Comfort is the most obvious issue; however, shoes that don't fit right can put extra stress on your body and actually slow you down.
The currexSole RUNPRO Insoles are designed to solve this problem. They are built to transfer more power to the ground while relieving stress on your feet and calf muscles by reducing impact. This is achieved through a unique five-component design that provides optimal fit, rebound and support, along with superior cushion and moisture-wicking properties.
Before receiving the insoles, you need to assess your foot profile to select the optimum insole based on your anatomy. A simple test (which you can do at home) determined that I have a medium arch. To install the insoles, simply remove the original insole from your shoe; use scissors to trim the RUNPRO insole so that it exactly matches the shape of the original insole; then slide it in your shoe.
The difference was night and day.
I never had an issue with my native insoles. They seemed perfectly fine. But after experiencing the currexSole RUNPRO, I understood the difference that insoles can make in comfort and performance. I felt more secure with the RUNPRO insole contouring tightly to the bottom of my foot. After just a few steps, the extra padding was immediately apparent, and even more so when I ran on concrete. I can't say that I ran faster, since I didn't have enough data to compare. But my the overall running experience was more enjoyable.
The currexSole RUNPRO Insoles are available at amazon.com for $49.95.