Best Insoles for Overpronation

New Balance Insoles IMC3210 Motion Control Insoles for Overpronators

Comparison Table: Top Insoles for Overpronators

No.ShoeMen ♂Women ♀FeaturesBrandScore
1New Balance® - Motion Control Overpronation Insoles
IMC3210
IMC3210
  • Molded Arch Support
  • Metatarsal Pad
New Balance97
2Powerstep® - Orthotic Insoles for Overpronation
Pinnacle Maxx
Pinnacle Maxx
  • Deep Heel Cradle
  • Medical Grade
  • Anti-Microbial Top Fabric
Powerstep96
3Dr. Foot® - Overpronation Insoles
Full Orthotics
Full Orthotics
  • Double Layer Cushioning
  • Weight Distribution
Dr. Foot95

Reviews: Best Insoles for Overpronation


1

Motion Control Overpronation Insoles

These insoles will provide you with maximum comfort and support, particularly for overpronation.

  • These insoles provide control and prevent excess pronation via a slightly higher rear foot wedge.
  • They provide motion control and stability by their EVA orthotic that is re-enforced with a hardened plastic shell.
  • The heels of the insoles are cushioned for better shock absorption.
  • They can be trimmed in the forefoot for exact fit into the shoes.

2

Orthotic Insoles for Overpronation

The Powerstep Pinnacle Maxx offers exceptional flexible cushioning as well as firm support, perfect to control an overpronation.
  • Medical-grade foot stability is achieved with the firmer arch support thse insoles offer.
  • Slightly Angled Exterior Heel Platform, Perfect for severe pronators.
  • The angled deep heel cradle platform offers greater motion control which fixes pronation.
  • The double layer EVA foam cushioning gives you enhanced support.
  • The top fabric has anti-microbial properties and helps to reduce heat and friction when you are performing strenuous activities.

3

Overpronation Insoles

  • Provide arch support and distribute the weight across the insole to minimize pressure in the foot.
  • Perfect insoles for overpronation.



David Alegeta

David is a long-distance hiker, a writer and an editor whose favorite topics include backpacking and trail running. He is an adventure athlete who covered over 20,000 miles.
He frequently speaks to groups about the benefits of proper footwear and has written numerous articles on this subject.
He lives in Dallas, Texas with his family.

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