Do you foot test by 3 simple test now!
1st Step:Measure your arch
- Remove your shoes and socks. Wet the sole of your right foot. Walk with your right foot onto a piece of newspaper to leave a print.
- Repeat the process with your left foot. Match your foot print with the chart to find out your foot type.
High arch – Only the heel and ball of foot are visable.
Medium arch – The foot is evently balanced.
Low arch – The inner arch is sunken, the imprint in the middle is wider compared to a medium arched foot.
Flat arch – The inner arch is almost flat, so that you can see the total foot imprint.
2nd Step: Check your leg type
- Stand tall and try to put your ankles together.
- Make sure you don’t hyperextend your knees – keep them just slightly bent.
- Choose your leg shape:(You could use a mirror to help you)
Bow-legs– So called “O-shape leg”. At least two fingers fit between the knees when ankles are together.
Straight legs – The knees almost touch when the ankles are together.
Knock-knees – So called “X-shape leg”. At least two fingers fit between the ankles when knees are together
3rd Step: Combine Results
- Use the chart to combine your result and find out which currexsole type that suit for you.
A1, A2, B1, B2: Use the HIGH PROFILE – meaning the blue – currexSole. Works best for your needs in a neutral shoe.
A3, B3, C1, C2, D1: The MED PROFILE – meaning the orange – currexSole works perfect for your foot and ankle complex. Work best with a slight medial posting shoe.
C3, D2, D3: The LOW PROFILE – this is the red – protects your foot and ankle joint from soft tissue overuse. Work best with a medial support shoe to maximize the outcome.
- Check your insole size according to the size chart.
Chart of Foot Profile and Size: