Heel spurs are a calcification in the bones of the heel that is generally shaped with jagged edges. They are usually found close to the area where the Achilles tendon attaches to the heel and can cause sharp pain, soreness, and/or fatigue in the heels of your feet.
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Are the Currex ActivePro Insoles Discontinued?
Yes. Currex did discontinue the Currex ActivePro insoles at the end of 2019. If you’re looking for a replacement of the ActivePro insoles, we recommend the Currex RunPro Insoles as the closest replacement. The RunPro insoles feature a similar construction as compared to the ActivePro, including a semi-rigid footbed available in low, medium, and high…
Product Guide: Currex Insoles
Currex is one of the top brands for athletic insoles, and Currex has put a lot of research into their insoles to create a product line that is specifically designed for various sports and activities. So, which Currex insole is right for you?
Product Guide: Superfeet Insoles
Superfeet is one of the most-prominent brands of over-the-counter insoles around, and for good reason, too: Superfeet has one of the best insole line-ups that we here at TheInsoleStore.com have ever carried, with a good diversity of products for nearly every insole and foot pain need. But one problem with diverse offerings is that it…
What Is The Difference Between Superfeet Black, Blue, and Green Insoles?
This is one of the most common questions from both new and existing Superfeet customers of TheInsoleStore.com. The Superfeet Green, Blue, and Black Premium Insoles are the 3 basic platforms of the Superfeet Premium Insoles line-up of which all the other colors are built on (with exception of the Carbon Insoles). Easily put, the three…