Footlogics Sports Orthotics

Posted on June 3rd, 2016


Footlogics Sports Orthotics

Footlogics Sports provides relief for sports injuries like Plantar Fasciitis (heel pain), Achilles Tendonitis, Shin Splints and Runner’s Knee.  It is a true orthotic insole with a firm arch support.  If you are a runner, athlete or a walker, this orthotic is the insole for you.

  • corrects over-pronation, fallen arches and flat feet
  • biomechanical support of the longitudinal arch
  • made of durable, cushioning PU and firm plastic TPU outer shell
  • deep heel cup, strong arch support and built in metatarsal raise
  • comfortable moisture-wicking top layer
  • Polymer gel cushioning pads in heel and forefoot
  • comfortable moisture-wicking top layer


Footlogics Sports Orthotics

Developed by Australian podiatrists, Footlogics Sports Orthotics is a high performance insole, specifically designed for athletes, runners and joggers.  In addition, Footlogics Sports  re-align the feet and control excess pronation (rolling inward of the feet and collapsing of the arches).   The result is improved stability, balance and control.  Use Footlogics Sport to swap out the standard insole that is shipped with your sports shoes.  In doing so you will provide your feet and legs with proper support during you sporting activities.  As well as providing more efficient power transfer, making running more efficient, while reducing fatigue.  Footlogic Sports is a true orthotic insole with a firm arch support.  The top layer is made of soft, low friction anti-bacterial cloth.  If you are a runner, athlete or  walker, this sports orthotic is for you.

The forefoot shape is wide and can be trimmed to fit perfectly into your shoes using a normal scissors. To do this take the foot-bed insole out of your shoe and line it up over the bottom surface of the orthotics. Then draw around the toe shape ensuring that you have aligned the very back edges of both together. An easy way to do this is to stand both insoles up on the heel cups using a flat surface. If you are not sure always trim outside your line on the first go so that if it is a little tight you can trim a little more off rather than making them too short on the first effort.



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