Myfootshop Sport Carbon Fiber Orthotics-Full Length

Myfootshop Sport Carbon Fiber Orthotics - Full Length are semi-rigid insoles that relieve heel and arch pain as well as knee and lower back pain. By Myfootshop.com. i pair/pkg.
SKU: 903
Manufacturer: MyFootShop.com
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$96.95

The Myfootshop Sport Carbon Fiber Orthotics - Full Length, reduce inward rolling (pronation) of flatfeet and relieves heel pain, arch pain, knee pain and back pain. The heel cradle and platform stabilize and protect the heel during landing. The fully cushioned insole enhances comfort from the heel to the ball of the foot, relieving foot and ankle pain. Constructed from a semi-rigid carbon graphite shell and vinyl foam top cover.  Heel is aligned to neutral for added arch stability.

Posted or non-posted?  Posting of the heel increases the stability of an orthotic but also increases the amount of space that the orthotic takes up in the shoe.  If your intent is to wear this insert in a dress shoe, we advise you to not choose the posted option.  If you plan to use the orthotic in a golf shoe, tennis shoe or boot, posting is an option that may help improve the function of the orthotic.

For those who prefer a thinner, 1/2-length insert be sure to check out our Casual Carbon Fiber 1/2-length Orthotic.

Indications - Carbon Fiber Foot Orthotics - Full Length are used in the treatment of arch pain, arthritis of the foot and ankle, cuboid syndrome, flatfeet, forefoot pain, heel pain, heel spur syndrome, peroneal tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, posterior tibial tendon dysfunction, pronation, shin splints, sinus tarsi syndrome and tarsal tunnel syndrome.

Foot Care Tip! When shopping for arch supports ask yourself these questions: Will they fit into dress shoes? Are they soft, semi-rigid or rigid? Are they best for casual, dress, sport or work? On a scale of 1-5 (1 poor/5 best), we rate the Carbon Fiber Foot Orthotic - Full Length a '2' for dress shoes and a '5' for laced shoes such as tennis shoes or work boots. Carbon Fiber Orthotics are semi-rigid carbon graphite orthotic. We recommend this arch support for all work and sports activities. Be sure to check each of our other arch supports for additional information.






The Myfootshop Sport Carbon Fiber Orthotics - Full Length, reduce inward rolling (pronation) of flatfeet and relieves heel pain, arch pain, knee pain and back pain. The heel cradle and platform stabilize and protect the heel during landing. The fully cushioned insole enhances comfort from the heel to the ball of the foot, relieving foot and ankle pain. Constructed from a semi-rigid carbon graphite shell and vinyl foam top cover.  Heel is aligned to neutral for added arch stability.

Posted or non-posted?  Posting of the heel increases the stability of an orthotic but also increases the amount of space that the orthotic takes up in the shoe.  If your intent is to wear this insert in a dress shoe, we advise you to not choose the posted option.  If you plan to use the orthotic in a golf shoe, tennis shoe or boot, posting is an option that may help improve the function of the orthotic.

For those who prefer a thinner, 1/2-length insert be sure to check out our Casual Carbon Fiber 1/2-length Orthotic.

Indications - Carbon Fiber Foot Orthotics - Full Length are used in the treatment of arch pain, arthritis of the foot and ankle, cuboid syndrome, flatfeet, forefoot pain, heel pain, heel spur syndrome, peroneal tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, posterior tibial tendon dysfunction, pronation, shin splints, sinus tarsi syndrome and tarsal tunnel syndrome.

Foot Care Tip! When shopping for arch supports ask yourself these questions: Will they fit into dress shoes? Are they soft, semi-rigid or rigid? Are they best for casual, dress, sport or work? On a scale of 1-5 (1 poor/5 best), we rate the Carbon Fiber Foot Orthotic - Full Length a '2' for dress shoes and a '5' for laced shoes such as tennis shoes or work boots. Carbon Fiber Orthotics are semi-rigid carbon graphite orthotic. We recommend this arch support for all work and sports activities. Be sure to check each of our other arch supports for additional information.






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Arch Pain

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