ACHIEVE NEXT LEVEL COMFORT AND PERFORMANCE WITH CUSTOM INSOLES
Custom insoles are ergonomically designed and scientifically tested to increase power, endurance and comfort through a precise, custom-level of hip, knee and foot alignment. Consider them a fast and easy way to take your performance to the highest possible level. Created in 30-minutes or less, you will have a ready-to-use custom insole specifically molded to the contours of the foot.
A premium riding experience requires a strong connection with your bike, and this starts with your feet. Insoles are just as important to a cyclist as a bike fit in ensuring the biomechanics of the body are optimised.
Custom Insoles can address all of the following:
– Flat feet –
– High arches –
– Pain or soreness in the calf, shin or Achilles tendon –
– Knee pain –
– Heel pain –
– Arch pain –
– Hip pain –
– Pain in the ball of the foot –
– Numbness or tingling of the foot or leg –
The Custom Insole process:
STEP 1: FOOT ASSESSMENT
Our fit specialist will perform a simple foot assessment to understand your current limitations, if any, and to determine the correct size custom insole for your cycling shoes.
STEP 2: SETTING THE MOLDING TRAY
Once the assessment is complete, then you will take a seat on the insole stand so that you are sitting in the correct position for optimal molding.
Your foot will be placed into the tray where we will begin to mold the tray material around the contours of each foot.
STEP 3: HEATING AND FORMING THE INSOLE
Once the tray material is molded, then the fun begins! We will begin the process of heating the insole blank until pliable.
Once the insole blank is flexible enough it will be carefully placed into the molded tray where you will apply light pressure on top of each insole for 2-3 minutes.
STEP 4: TRIMMING
After the blank is cooled the custom footbed will be trimmed as needed for a precise fit in your cycling shoes.
STEP 5: TIME TO RIDE!
After all the steps are complete, then you will have a ready-to-use custom footbed that you can wear right out of the studio and on to your next cycling adventure.