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- Synthetic sole
- Plastazote top cover molds to your feet for a custom fit and is approved for diabetic consumers.
- Abzorb cushioning provides maximum shock absorption at the heel and forefoot.
- Uniquely designed metatarsal support helps prevent/relieve pain and discomfort caused by plantar fasciitis, Morton's neuroma, and metatarsalgia.
- The anatomical arch support and heel cradle work together to support the foot and redistribute pressure.
- Fits most athletic, casual, hiking shoes and boots with removable inserts.
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The pressure relief insole was designed by a team of doctors and pedorthists to improve balance and body alignment. 4e width
- Package Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00C1AE17U
- Item model number: New Balance IPR3030-U
- Date first available at Amazon.com: August 21, 2009
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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When I first received the insoles I put one in my work boot and left my old insole in the other. I could immediately feel the difference. No pressure on my metatarsals with the New Balance insole - a lot of pressure on my metatarsals with my regular insole. I'm glad I tried just the one first because after I put the second New Balance insole in it felt awkward and I think I may have been put off by that had I not felt the difference trying one of each. The awkwardness comes from my high arches not being used to making contact with my insoles. After a few days of wearing them, my arches became accustomed to the new sensation which is great because the support really does provide relief. I really feel the difference when I take my work boots off - the pressure on my metatarsals is very pronounced without the arch support the insoles provide. Good thing I have house slippers with great support too (Haflingers - greatest slipper I have ever owned!).
These NB insoles have finally gotten me back on the trail. They have significantly eased the pain in the ball of my foot and the feeling that there was always a fold in my sock just behind my toes. They have also eased the constant ache coming from my arch, plantar fascaitis. And even the pain from my chronic achilles tendonitis has finally eased. These insoles are very padded and with even too much bounce and initially too much thickness, but after a few days of getting used to wearing them in my hiking boots, they just feel comfortable. A month ago I was having trouble with 20 minute walks; this weekend I hiked eight miles! on the flat on one day and then three or four miles of fairly steep rocky trails yesterday. I've also gotten another pair of these for my slippers. And now I've ordered the NB Supportive Cushioning and Motion Control insoles, both of which have the heel and metatarsal cushioning and most importantly, the metatarsal rise to go in all my other outdoor shoes with less volume. I just wish I had discovered these earlier.
Total waste of time and money.
I have metatarsalgia (i.e. pain in the metatarsal heads) in one foot.
If you have metatarsalgia like me, try these solutions first:
1. Buy a pair of Birkenstock footwear - they worked magic for me.
I bought a pair of their Milano sandals and can walk all day in them without any pain.
2. Try the "Pedag Drop Metatarsal Arch Pads" - these too work great for me.
Good quality, very affordable, and not bulky at all - will fit any shoes.
I can play tennis again without any pain or discomfort later.
Pros for the New Balance insoles:
Good quality materials.
Good arch support (directly under the arch), not metatarsal head/forefoot area.
Good heel support.
No support for metatarsal heads, metatarsalgia pain etc.
Package says "metatarsal arch rise" which does not provide any "metatarsal head support".
Too bulky - will not fit 90% of your shoes even after you remove the insole.
You need to order half size bigger shoes to fit these in and even then remove the insoles.
If your shoes do not have removable insoles, then these will surely not fit.
Even if your shoes do have removable insoles, these may still take up too much room.