Run Active Comfort Insoles

Run Active Comfort Insoles


Dr. Scholl’s® Run Active Comfort Insoles are specifically designed for runners to help relieve and prevent pain from runner’s kneeshin splints, and plantar fasciitis. These insoles provide support, added cushioning, and shock absorption so that you can stay active and on your feet for longer! 

Product Benefits
  • Helps relieve and prevent pain from common sports injuries:
    · runner’s knee
    · shin splints
    · plantar fasciitis
  • Keeps you on your feet longer
  • Supportive cushioning reduces shock and reinforced arch support improves weight transition from landing to push-off
  • Unique 3 zone heel-to-toe design reduces shock & keeps you on your feet longer
  • Polygiene® StayFresh™ technology neutralizes odors and keep insoles feeling fresh

Experience Triple Zone Protection

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  • 1. Ball of Foot
    Improves cushioning and distributes pressure through push-off
  • 2. Reinforced Arch Support 
    Improves transition of weight from landing to push-off
  • 3. Deep Heel Cup
    Absorbs impact with every step
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  • As you run, the foot can be subject to the shock of 2-3 times your body weight with every step. Over time, this repetitive impact can cause painful injuries like runner’s kneeshin splints, and plantar fasciitis.
  • Dr. Scholl’s® Run Active Comfort Insoles reduce shock, which helps reduce the wear and tear on your feet and legs and helps prevent common running injuries.

Your shoe’s current insoles may be removeable, if they are take them out FIRST.

Place the removeable insoles against the back of your Dr. Scholl’s® insole and trim to match the old insole size. If your shoes’ insoles aren’t removeable, cut to your shoe size using the trim guide found on the bottom of your insole near the toes.

 Place insoles in your shoes’ toes first with the cloth side UP. Ensure the insole heel rests firmly in the heel of your shoe.

Replace insoles every six (6) months or at the first signs of wear

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