Currex RunPro
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  • Great for people with flat feet
  • Excellent support for ankles
  • Good arch support
  • Comfortable and durable
  • Product is hard to find in the U.S

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Excellent non-prescription insole!
Currex RunPros are increasingly hard to find in the U.S., which is a shame. They are the best insoles I have found for running while recovering from stress injuries, getting a few extra miles out of shoes, and adding comfort to daily wear and non-athletic shoes. They are easy to cut to size, and the...
5/5
Tmbass
4 years ago
amazon.com
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Best Insoles - GearLab
A great product comes with a price, and the Currex are among the most expensive insoles we tested. These insoles may be better suited to serious runners who log a lot of miles and need high-quality, reliable support, and seek the customization of a brand that makes different models for your specific arch type. If this sounds like you, then the Currex RunPro will not disappoint
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Consumer Reports
2 months ago
outdoorgearlab.com
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Inserts for low arches in trail runners?
That said, Currex Runpro Low profile are good but $50. I didn't like them in trail runners, but currently have them in my work boots.
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CognitiveThunk
reddit.com/r/Ultralight
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No drop aftermarket inserts for max cushion shoes?
I second the Currex RunPro recommendation. I have 11 pairs of Hoka max cushion shoes. RunPro soles seem like they were designed specifically for Hoka because the fit is so good.
Eliminated Ankle Pain
I have exceptionally flat feet that results in ankle pain. For years I have worn a prescription ready made in-sole while trying countless off-shelf. This is the first off-the-shelf insole to provide the support comparable to the insole prescribe by my orthopedist (which are no long available). While...
5/5
Karl W.
1 year ago
currex.us
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Amazing
I've just received my 3rd pair of insoles and they are amazing. I had ankle surgery 2 years ago and the $500 custom orthotics didn’t do the trick until I tried CURREX HIGH PROFILE RUN PRO. Just amazing.
5/5
Joe Castrogiovanni on Feb 28
53 years ago
insoles.com
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Product Review: currexSole RunPro Medium insoles - The SoCal Bowhunter Blog -
Brett had this to say about the currexSole RunPro Medium insoles.
NeutralNeutral
3 months ago
socalbowhunter.com
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Good product, but cause me pain
I got off to a bad start when the product arrived late. I wasn't happy about that but I wanted to give these a shot. When I finally got them in my shoes, they felt fantastic. They look nice. I got brand new size 12 men's Saucony Ride ISO shoes and they were pretty much the exact same size as the ins...
3/5
Von
4 years ago
amazon.com
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RUNPRO - CurrexSole
currexSole RUNPRO insoles help to maintain good foot posture which in turn enhances your body’s natural ability to attenuate shock. When running your foot has a natural pathway it moves along – our running insoles help you to maintain that pathway as they create the ultimate fit solution: enhancing comfort, feel, function and performance. Customise your running shoes
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3 months ago
currexsole.com.au
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Shoe liners; not insoles
I used these to replace the insole in a pair of Altra Lone Peaks. I wore these for two days, and found I needed to re-install the original insoles beneath them to add some padding. The Currex Runpro insoles have no cushion, and the front half of the insole is basically a strip of rubbery fabric. It ...
1/5
Only Originals
2 years ago
amazon.com
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Specs

Moisture Wicking

Yes

Number of Layers

3

Cushioning

PORON

Drop Height

10 mm