The FLEXIMED® insole is designed to comply with the advantages that come with walking barefoot and strengthens the natural function of the foot. It distributes the pressure of the body weight evenly over the entire foot and thereby reduces the high strains in some places of the forefoot. The sole is fully flexible along the longitudinal axis of the foot, thereby supporting normal heel-toe walking. At the same time, the innovative architecture of the spring steel core stabilises the foot in its lateral axis and helps to prevent any damaging buckling of the ankle (pronation). With it, a possible deformation of the forefoot through movement disorders is also prevented. Relieves the entire locomotor system and improves the posture in a joint-friendly way.
The FLEXIMED® insole is the result of many years of research and development. Its key element is the full-length high-tech insole made from light, flexible spring steel – “made in Germany”. The product-specific lateral embossing of the high-quality spring steel insole fulfils the four main functions of all FLEXIMED® products:
FLEXIMED® Sport can be used for all popular sports and all conventional sports shoes. The special order and geometry of the spring steel core’s cross ribs stabilises the foot in the shoe and improves the traction between the foot and the ground. You therefore have more energy when pushing the forefoot off the ground, and can thereby increase your performance in a natural way.
The FLEXIMED® insole will provide you with considerable relief especially if your work involves lots of walking or standing, or involves strenuous bodily exertion. It is often observed that increased and sustained strains can cause the sinking and sagging of the forefoot. This can lead to problems and harm, which can be prevented by the spring steel insole’s distinct lateral rigidity.
The FLEXIMED® insole proves itself in every situation. It is suitable for any type of shoe. The FLEXIMED® insole’s special technology prevents the ball of the foot from sagging, as is often the case when wearing conventional shoes. It thereby prevents any deformation to the ball of the foot that might lead to problems and harm in the back, hip and knees.