Find your perfect insoles.


Use our simple insole selector below to find your perfect insoles and then buy them in ourĀ shop.


1 Which currexSole do you need?

currexSole insole selector

2 Determine your foot profile

High Profile

High arched feet

 

You will observe a strong high arch from heel to your forefoot. A high arch can often be very rigid and ineffective at absorbing shocks – increasing the risk of injury. High arch insoles for high arch feet.

Finger Test

When standing upright you will be able to place an index finger under your arch with room to spare.

Your foot print

You will see a obvious/complete separation between the heel and forefoot.

Med Profile

Medium arched feet

You will observe a moderately high arch from heel to the ball of your foot. A medium arch effectively attenuates shock through normal pronation. Excessive and intensive activity can however, lead to over-use injuries.

Finger Test

When standing upright, you will be able to place an index finger under your arch.

Your foot print

You will see a well shaped foot print with good definition in the midfoot region.

Low Profile

Low arched feet

You will observe an excessive drop or collapse of your arch, this motion is often referred to as over-pronation. Low arch feet or flat feet are often ineffective shock absorbers, too mobile and thus prone to injury.

Finger Test

When standing upright you will be unable to place an index finger under your arch.

Your foot print

You will see a fuller foot shape with little narrowing in the middle of the foot.

Not sure? Simply walk over a sheet of brown paper with wet feet, then match your footprint to one of those above.

Enjoy your currex insoles.