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Currex HikePro Low Arch Insoles for Hiking.

Currex HikePro Low Arch Insoles for Hiking.
Time for perfect support.

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Product code: HikePro-Low
Main colour: Red
Available sizes: Small, Medium, Large and Extra Large
Gender: Unisex
Our Price: £44.95



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Currex HikePro Low Arch Insoles for Hiking.
Whether an eight-thousander or a weekend in the mountains: You are on the road and your feet do extraordinary things. Time for perfect support.
  • The most important features at a glance:
    More comfort, Secure hold, Anti-bubble protection. Breathable and sweat-absorbing.
    That's exactly what Currex developed the HikePro® insoles for: They give you dynamic support on long days with luggage. Stabilizes your step over scree rock fields. Keeps your foot dry and free of blisters even in the thickest leather shoes. Or is just insanely comfortable when you go for a walk with your dog.
  • Extra Comfort With Every Step:
    Every step starts with the heel. This is exactly where the first phase of the HikePro® support starts: The high-performance cushioning element under the heel minimizes the damaging vibrations of the foot attachment and actively protects against overloading.
  • Hold On Tighter In Your Hiking Shoe:
    When going downhill, the foot must not slip forward in the shoe. This creates the hiker's worst enemies: blisters. Thanks to our special anti-slip technology in the heel and anatomical support in the metatarsus, the foot stays securely in the shoe even on the steepest downhill passages, and friction on the sole is reduced.
  • Protection And Support:
    Your metatarsal heads are sensitive and can quickly overload on long walks. That's why Currex have given them an extra portion of cushioning in the forefoot to prevent burning feet and discomfort in the forefoot. In the mid-section of the HikePro®, your foot is dynamically supported under your longitudinal arch - this is how they prevent and help with injuries such as plantar fasciitis and a heel spur, which many poorly equipped hikers can encounter on a tour.

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