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Improve performance, reduce pain and fatigue

Orthotics For Runners

Orthotics for runners

Mile after mile after mile, your feet take a tremendous pounding while you run. And that pounding is transferred up into your ankles, shins, knees, hips and back.

But with the right shock absorber, you can reduce fatigue and the likelihood of pain, and keep logging those miles.

The Foot Chair Slim customizable orthotic is designed to deliver just the amount of arch support you need. The Foot Chair Slim slips right inside your running shoes to cushion and protect your feet, absorbing the force applied to the foot and leg complex through each phase of gait.

If your orthotics are too soft, they won’t properly support the arch, resulting in greater fatigue in the leg muscles. If they’re too hard, they won’t allow the arch to properly flex, resulting in pain during and after running.

Designed to fit perfectly inside running shoes

The Foot Chair Slim shell is crafted with a built-in first ray cutout, which allows the arch to drop a little more abruptly to decrease any possible jamming of the big toe joint. The orthotic redistributes pressure on the arch and allows better motion of the big toe joint.

The Foot Chair Slim provides a strong, lightweight platform that optimizes running performance and reduces fatigue and pain.

Customizable orthotics for running shoes

With the Foot Chair you can customize your orthotics for 1/10th of the cost of custom orthotics


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