Currex RunPro - Low Profile Reviews
5/5 on 11 total reviews
Love these. I can just put them in my regular shoes and easy to trim.
Correct RunPro insoles
Insoles are great they fit my shoes well, no gaps trimming needed. Arch hits me just right and supports well eliminating the aches from many miles on the road.
CurRex RunPro Low Profile insoles
I have to say that the staff at the Wilmington, NC store are awesome to deal with. In December, 2019, my son bought me my first pair of Hoka’s and because I have Plantar Facitis the girl Recommended the CurRex RunPro Low Profile insoles. I now own 3 pair of Hokas, all different styles and all have CurRex insoles. I ordered my insoles from the Wilmington store, although I live in Dalton, NH. When I need another pair of Hokas I will order them from there. I go to Wilmington once a year.
Easy Order and Timely Delivery
Love the rebates used towards future purchases.
Fleet Feet kept me on track
I'm still recovering from foot surgery. Every month my feet feel different as they adjust to my new and hopefully improved right foot. My whole body has had to adjust too since the mechanics of balance have changed. Walking and hiking outdoors are my joys. Recently the great staff member at a Spokane store helped me select a pair of Hoka Ones with just the right inserts to keep me on track to better fitness. I love them.
I recently purchased two pairs fo sneakers and two pairs of Currex RunPro insoles to deal with my high arches. The combination of the sneakers and insoles have completely taken away my heel pain while walking and running.
Best insoles I've worn!
Absolutely love the support and cushion these insoles give me. They last for a long time and provide ultimate comfort for my feet and ankles.
Good replacement to my old Sole insoles
I had used Sole insoles for years, but they have gotten harder to come by. I also recently switched sneakers to try to address a forefoot issue and found that the CurRex insoles fit and supported even better than my old Soles, especially in my instep and heel. I still need to add a metatarsal 'bump' (I had to with Sole as well) but it requires less of a bump.
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