Aetrex Train Orthotics are designed for gym-goers wanting comfort and injury prevention during workouts and training sessions. This orthotic features our signature Aetrex Arch Support to help biomechanically align your body & help prevent common foot pain such as Plantar Fasciitis, Arch Pain and Metatarsalgia.
Features & Benefits:
- L820 – orthotic is for low arches to flat feet with no forefoot pain, featuring a posted heel to control over-pronation and provide balance.
- Top Cover Material: Ultra soft mesh polyester fabric to maximize airflow and reduce moisture
- Center Cushioning Material: FitGuard™ to cushion every stride with slow recovery memory foam
- Performance Base: AeroCell™ polyurethane for high energy return
- Insole Thickness: .2165″
- Recommended for: Gym workouts and Training sessions
- Best for: Gym sneakers, Training shoes, Athletic sneakers, Tennis shoes
|WOMEN’S – US||5||5.5||6||6.5||7||7.5||8||8.5||9||9.5||10||10.5||11||11.5||12||—||—||—||—||—||—|
|WOMEN’S – EU||35||35||36||36||37||38||38||39||40||40||41||41||42||43||43||—||—||—||—||—||—|
|MEN’S – US||—||—||—||—||—||—||7||7.5||8||8.5||9||9.5||10||10.5||11||11.5||12||12.5||13||13.5||14|
|MEN’S – EU||—||—||—||—||—||—||39.5||40||41||41.5||42||42.5||43||44||44.5||45||46||46.5||47||48||49|
Make sure you are standing, wearing the socks or stockings you will wear with your new shoes. Using one of the following charts, convert your U.S. shoe size to EU.
IN BETWEEN SIZES?
Aetrex recommends you size up for both footwear & orthotics.
Feel the Support! (Staff Review)
Great inserts! Feel more support and comfort under my feet. I wear these in my shoes for both running and being on my feet all day at work. I find my feet are less sore at the end of the day. This insert works on relieving the pressure points on your feet. Aetrex only come in full sizes, I recommend if you are at a half shoe size (i.e 7.5) going up to the size 8 orthotic would fit just fine. When I first started wearing them I noticed the support coming from a little further back in the insert. The support bump is set back supporting you at the subtalar joint, the area where your foot and leg join. With time my foot got used to the orthotics and now I can't imagine not wearing them in my shoes!