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Developed by a team of podiatrists and pedorthists, Aetrex High Arch Orthotics are designed to comfort, support and blanace high arch feet. These extraordinary orthotics provide unmatched cushioning and shock absorption while redistributing pressure and preventing injuries. Features Aetrex's innovative CS3 Gel System which stategically places different gels to provide maximum comfort and stability for your arch type.Aetrex High Arch Orthotics have a CopperGuard top cover made from advanced Cupron fibres to keep your feet healthy and clean. Cupron has been scientifically tested and clinically proven to help prevent bacteria and fungi that cause odor.
Size: Men's 10
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I have been wearing custom arch support for 60 years. I have been using Aetrex High Arch for 5 or 6 years. Read morePublished 8 days ago by J. A. Zeldes
I have tried ten seconds and many others, but this one changed my life. I use then for walking and play tennis. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Fabio
Great for supination, plantars fasciitis. Cannot cut to fit.Published 5 months ago by Linda A. Molnar
These are the only high arch orthotics that I can find which come in a size 5. All others come in a multi-size, which I've tried in the past, but cutting down a multi-size to a 5... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Suze
Not crazy about these. When they advertized "high arch", I thought I would try. The arch is too far back and impeded the front of the heel, causing pronation Would send... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Roseann F Blacher