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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.
As I have a large bone spur from the back of my heel, I must now wear backless shoes. This orthotic is very supporting of m y arch and helps to keep my feet in the shoes!Published 4 days ago by Sherry Allard
the ad said item was for high arches, and when I tried them on, there was definitely not for people for high enough. Maybe th
ey could say this tem was for medium arches.
hoping it will take care of my plantar fasciitis. arch is not as high as i expected but they feel pretty comfortable. Read morePublished 6 months ago by puffer
Unlike the New Balance insoles I bought at the same time I wore these without any soreness and very little break in. Read morePublished 11 months ago by J. A. Wheeler
I have used orthodix inserts in the past. This product was no better than what you can buy in walmart from this dr schools display. Not worth the moneyPublished 11 months ago by DAve
She loves her supports , they have made walking fun again for her. These are better priced and have a higher arch than the $75 Walking Store insoles.Published 12 months ago by credto
I bought these thinking they were exactly like another, visually identical Aetrex orthotic, previously bought, and they are not. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Kate A. Pitrone