Flat feet are typically a symptom of poor alignment. Also, high arches, plantar fasciitis, sore feet and an achy back.
Correcting alignment puts the feet properly on the ground. This lets your body deal with pressure and shock properly.
The Protalus Design
The Protalus design is based on providing functional control and natural movements.
Protalus insoles prevent movements that are outside of a safe range, keeping your heel, ankle, and foot in the best positions.
When you are properly aligned, you have less pain, better balance, less soreness, better circulation, and less likelihood to develop foot conditions like plantar fasciitis or heel spurs.
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The Limits of Arch Support
Arch support is only effective when your feet are flat on the ground.
Even then, arch supports that are too high or rigid can feel uncomfortable and those that are too soft allow your foot to move back into an unsupported position.
There is no standard height for the foot's arch. The height of the arch is driven by the position of the heel and ankle (hindfoot) and will be different for everyone.
The Benefits of Protalus
The alignment of your ankle matters and just like with a fever, even a few degrees outside of the normal range makes a huge difference. Protalus keeps your ankle in a normal range for:
Reduced Risk of Injury
Heel and ankle alignment play a crucial role in preventing injuries because they help maintain stability, balance, and proper movement throughout the body.
The ankle joint acts as a stabilizer during movements, especially during weight bearing activities.
Increased Energy Efficiency
When the ankle is properly aligned, the muscles responsible for stability, such as the calf muscles can work efficiently.
Better Pressure Distribution
When the ankle is properly aligned, forces generated during movement are distributed evenly, reducing excessive stress on specific areas of the body.
Protalus is Uniquely Different
The deep heel cup corrects alignment and gives controlled support to the foot. Only found in Protalus insoles.
The Protalus design distributes pressure over a wider surface area, absorbing shock that can cause injury.
Durable rebound foam lasts up to a year.
The arch is in an optimized placement because the heel is controlling its position.
The medical industry has known for years that you need to control the position of the heel and ankle in order to control your gait and consequently the entire body.
Up to 65% alignment correction
Up to 20% increased shock absorption
Up to 8% reduction in peak pressure
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Protalus’s latest design that pushes the edge of insole technology with a universal fit for flat feet and high arches, patented rebound foam, patented alignment technology, no break-in period and, of course, our 90 day money-back guarantee. The M-100 ELITE is perfect for work boots and other full-volume footwear. The M-100 ELITE boasts the deepest heel cup in any prefabricated insole which provides maximum cushion and alignment correction, keeping you in a safe range of motion and allowing your body to distribute pressure properly. Proper alignment at your ankle can positively affect your ankles, knees, hips, and back.
The Protalus T-75 shoe insole works best in standard volume shoes such as Vans, Nike Free’s, and Sperry’s. It sits on top of the factory insole making it a perfect choice for shoes with sewn-in or cemented-in insoles. The design of the T-75 corrects the alignment of your ankle and heel, which allows your body to distribute pressure and absorb shock as it was designed to. The deep heel cup helps to keep your ankle in a safe range of motion so you can feel your best in your feet, knees, hips, and back!