Product Description (New Balance Pressure Relief with Metatarsal Support IPR3030)
The Pressure Relief insole with metatarsal pad is designed to reduce friction within your shoes and keep your feet blister-free, while re-distributing pressure throughout the foot.
The ABZORB® cushioning layer (with PORON® Urethane Technology) provides maximum cushioning and shock absorption. The contoured shape of the Metatarsal Arch Rise is designed to re-distribute weight and pressure and to help give relief from Plantar Fasciitis, Morton's Neuroma, and Metatarsalgia.
The Plastazote® top layer uses your body's heat to mold the base of the foot. Recommended for diabetics and arthritis sufferers. The extra deep heel cup cushions the foot naturally, utilizing the cushioning tissues in the heel of the foot, and the air flow channels are molded into the shape of the arch to move warm air out and draw cooler air in to the footwear.
Features of this item include: Running
I never leave home without them! February 18, 2013
Reviewer: EddieK from Chicagoland, IL
After hearing that a podiatrist recommended these to patients with Plantar Fasciitis and Morton's Neuroma, both of which I've had in the past, I tried them. They are the best insoles I've ever tried including custom orthotics. I have a pair for my in-home New Balance 990 shoes, these are much better than the regular 990 inserts,(a podiatrist recommended that I always wear supportive shoes at home; no walking in slippers or stocking feet), and just bought two more pair for my outdoors shoes so I don't have to keep changing. They are the best combination of cushioning and support I've ever tried. I'm spoiled now!
- 3 out of 4 people found the following review helpful:
Great for Standing January 21, 2013
Reviewer: Bichonbuddy from De
Ilove Blondo boots and kept an ankle length pair for winter beach walking. On a day trip with my husband I realized that arthritis had hit my feet and my beloved boots were KILLING me. We drove to a store that recommended this insole whichsaved our trip. Since then I have branched out to other NB insoles thanks to Shoebuy. I now own several pairs and I have decided this one is best for standing or easy walking. Walking on sand or wooded trails would let my foot slide around in the same boot. If you need serious arch support there are other models. Also make sure your insole is removable and the shoe is deep enough for these. If you have to stand a lot at work and don't have arch issues,these may be your answer. The top layer also makes up for some of the warmth lost from removing my wool boot insoles.
- 1 out of 1 person found the following review helpful:
Excellent cushioning January 13, 2013
Reviewer: buddybichon from DE
I am using these in my winter Blondo boots which had become too painful to wear. They have been tremendously helpful. I gave them 4 stars for two reasons: 1. They are rather high so you cannot wear them with a shoe or boot that does not have a high instep or room for extra socks. 2. they aren't quite as good as the New Balance Motion Control if you have plantar fascitis or pronate. However, if you are on your feet all day and can remove your original insole, they are very cushy and the foam top makes up the heat loss from removing the original felt/wool pad on the bottom. I have one loose fitting boot I use these for and a more structured boot I use the Motion Control with.
- 2 out of 3 people found the following review helpful:
Ball of foot protection December 17, 2012
Reviewer: Andrew from United States
Metatarsal Support IPR303 has turned out to give excellent protection so far for the ball of the foot. It's not perfect but it does offer me far better cushioning than any other product I've tried. I am pleased.
- 2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful:
RELIEF December 03, 2012
Reviewer: M.C. from Northeastern Ohio
I was having heel pain which was diagnosed as plantar fasciitis. My podiatrist recommended a semi-hard, over-the-counter shoe insert. This pushed my foot into an uncomfortable, unnatural position, which fractured a bone in my foot and made the outside edge of my foot throb with pain. I wore a "boot" for almost 8 wks. After the bone healed, I still experienced some pain in the heel and alot of pain in the side of my foot. The doctor said it would go away with time. I tried this support and could not believe the relief I felt. Every part of my foot feels better--not 100%, but close. I work 2 jobs, both on my feet and my feet feel surprisingly well after I have worked a 10 hr. day. These supports feel a bit strange at first, but now I look forward to the support I get from putting on my shoes. They are fairly thin, but do make your shoe feel a little tight. I plan on showing them to my podiatrist on my next visit. Well worth the money!!!
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