Freet shoe transition insole

11.00

Additional insole to facilitate the transition. This insole can be used if you prefer to make a more gradual transition when for example you are not used to being with a differential between the heel and the forefoot equal to 0.

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Additional insole to facilitate the transition. This insole can be used if you prefer to make a more gradual transition when for example you are not used to being with a differential between the heel and the forefoot equal to 0.
The thickness in fact raises the heel by 3mm and the support on the arch facilitates the rest of the plantar fascia and the tendon that will work with less intensity.
The goal will then be to gradually eliminate it completely so as to promote a 100% natural movement by exploiting all the benefits of the barefoot Freet shoes.
Another example of use is to take it with you in the early stages of use and alternate moments inserted in the shoe with moments without. This way you will avoid carrying more shoes with you during the right transition.

Description

  • Available to facilitate the transition to barefoot running
  • Medium density EVA to cushion and support the rear foot
  • Provides 3mm “heel-to-toe” drops
  • Easily removable and adaptable to all Freet 4 + 1 and 5in1
  • Medium size (only suitable for sizes 40-46)

Brand

Freet

Freet's philosophy is to make you feel like you are barefoot even if you are not. Who doesn't like being barefoot on the grass and sand? You will have this feeling every time you wear them. The best materials, components and designs are used to make your daily experience and in sport a feeling of strong balance and natural movement. Different shoes for different purposes but always “fewer shoes”. If we go back in history you will understand that for thousands of years man has never had the need to wear shoes and did not have all the problems that we have now in today's society. This happens because with the introduction of the shoe and its evolution over time our feet (which should be the strongest part, our support) have lost their functionality. If we look at small children, for example, they often take off their shoes on every occasion, because it is unnatural for them that their feet are locked inside something. We complain of injuries to our knees, backs, hips, and we are actually strangling the amazing network of muscles, ligaments and nerves in our feet that have been adjusted to meet our movement needs. We spend most of our lives in shoes with feet unable to flex and move naturally.

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