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Powerstep Pinnacle Orthotic Insert (Mens 9-9 1/2 Womens 11-11 1/2)

June 6, 2010 by apainintheheel  
Filed under Orthotics Shoe Inserts

Powerstep Pinnacle Orthotic Insert (Mens 9-9 1/2 Womens 11-11 1/2)

  • Heel cradle and platform guards heel on impact
  • Strong springy supports calibrated for comfort
  • EVA casing for long life from heel to toe
  • Heat and slip reducing fabric for dryness

Encapsulated with two new foams the orthotic shell has satisfied more than a million consumers. Hypurcel foam that maintains its density and cushioning support covers the upper surface, and a soft EVA foam coats the undersurface. This exciting product provides comfort in an orthotic not available in todays market.

Rating: (out of 25 reviews)

List Price: $ 39.99

Price: $ 23.49

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5 Responses to “Powerstep Pinnacle Orthotic Insert (Mens 9-9 1/2 Womens 11-11 1/2)”
  1. R. Johnson says:

    Review by R. Johnson for Powerstep Pinnacle Orthotic Insert (Mens 9-9 1/2 Womens 11-11 1/2)
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    As a long time sufferer of fallen arches I’ve tried many insteps, from custom made to cheap drug store ones, none have worked as well as the Powerstep Pinnacles. I’ve been using them for something like 4 years now, maybe longer, after a foot Doc sold me a set after having him look into my foot pain issue. I tried a couple of the better drug store ones but found them no better then having none. They might be okay if you just want some cusion though.

    I have worked up to the point where I have a set in each of about 5 pairs of footware, started with just one set but moving them from one pair to another proved to be too much hassle.

    If you have sore arches to the point you can hardly walk, see the doc then try these out (if he suggests the $200 custom jobs, try these first). It took a month or so for the swelling to go down after starting to use these so give them a chance. Do keep in mind that your results will more then likely differ from mine, I just got lucky.

  2. R. Denlinger says:

    Review by R. Denlinger for Powerstep Pinnacle Orthotic Insert (Mens 9-9 1/2 Womens 11-11 1/2)
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    I have tried others products and when my local running store suggested the Pinnacle, I switched to check them out. A week later I ran a Half-Marathon race (2nd in age-group) with them in my running shoes. My feet problems did not surface either then nor during the sixty mile weeks subsequent to that. I weigh 167. I usually train in “Asics GEL-Kayano 14″ and have high arches.

    I am now back here to buy two additional pairs so that I can add them to my regular shoes.

  3. S. Denbo says:

    Review by S. Denbo for Powerstep Pinnacle Orthotic Insert (Mens 9-9 1/2 Womens 11-11 1/2)
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    These insoles took the pain away from my feet due to Plantar Fascitis. They fit my shoes without having to modify them. Once these wear out I will definitely purchase them again.

  4. Richard P. Beatty says:

    Review by Richard P. Beatty for Powerstep Pinnacle Orthotic Insert (Mens 9-9 1/2 Womens 11-11 1/2)
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    I had a problem with Plantar faciatis, and my foot doc recommended an orthotic. I bought these both locally and online and I love them!! I pulled the stock insoles out of my Nikes and installed these, and everything feels great. I bought three pairs, one for my running shoes, one for work, and one for my yard work shoes and I’m very happy! My Plantar faciatis seems to be improving, too! But even if it subsides completely, I will stick with these because they feel so good!!

  5. Majnun says:

    Review by Majnun for Powerstep Pinnacle Orthotic Insert (Mens 9-9 1/2 Womens 11-11 1/2)
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    I’m an ICU nurse, and I developed a plantar fasciitis. I had the choice between paying $200 to a podiatrist for customized inserts, or trying something off the shelf. I researched it online, found good reviews for the Pinnacles and tried them – spectacular! Took a couple days for my feet to get used to them, after that walking was so much better, the pain went away when I was wearing the insoles. Then, after 2-3 months, the plantar fasciitis resolved and hasn’t returned. I love these!

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