Pronation of the foot
The pronation is primarily defined in relation to a neutral or universal foot. The pronator foot represents 40% of the population.
The distribution of ground support is therefore more important on the inner edge.
Logically we will observe a more pronounced wear of the inner part of the shoe sole.
An excessive foot pronation is associated with the sagging of the arch of the foot.
The pronation of the foot may be hereditary so monitor your children’s feet.
In order to correct your pronation, reduce the tendency of your arch of the foot to sag and fight against the premature wear of your shoes;
- Place the Supinator Heels inside all your shoes in order to correct your pronation.
- If the wear of the shoes is too pronounced repair them or replace them.