For shoes with thin removable inserts
Order insoles in the same size as the shoes they will go in.
Choose between low, medium, high and extra high arch heights by comparing your wet footprint to the chart below.
|What Does Your Wet Footprint Look Like?||Describe Your Arch||Your Best Tread Labs Insole Height|
|My arch is flat when I stand or sit.||Low|
|My arch is flat when I stand but appears when I sit.||Medium|
|My arch is close to but doesn't touch the ground.||Medium|
|My arch is high off the ground when I stand.||High|
|No one has higher arches than me!||Extra high|
Up your game by optimizing your biomechanics with ultra-firm support.
Dash Thin insoles are designed for athletes who want to boost performance while minimizing risk of injury. Whether you're grinding up a hill or pounding the pavement, you generate significant force on your feet. Dash Thin insoles improve biomechanics and deliver superior energy return from an ultra-firm 100% carbon fiber arch support, available in 4 heights – low, medium, high, or extra high – for a semi-custom fit.
Optimize your biomechanics to reach the pinnacle of performance.
I have used custom orthotics for the past 4 years but my current insurance didn't cover them so I tried tread labs. So far, I am impressed. One of my feet is more messed up than the other. That foot took some more getting used to the non custom design, but I think I have adjusted. One thing to keep in mind is to be careful with the thickness of the insole you choose. When purchasing, I didn't notice that each of the main types comes in a non thin and a thin. I think my Dash will be perfect if I have a non-thin version of the insole but those are currently out of stock.
The dash line of insole is the best for maximum support for your arches. Love it on my athletic shoes a must for your dress shoes.
I play Ultimate Frisbee, and the dash insoles are PERFECT in cleats. They fit in the cleats really nicely, and the surface of the insole is slightly textured so that my socks don’t slip around inside the shoe when I cut or accelerate (a problem I had with last orthotics). I got them for cleats but I want another pair to wear in sneakers too! I also tried a different arch height before settling on the height that I currently use, and the exchange process could not have been easier.
I recently started on the Peleton and I was experiencing knee pain because my ankle was collapsing inward, making for a funky pedal stroke. I replaced the Peloton insoles with these and my pedal stroke couldn’t feel more connected and solid now. More importantly, no more pain!! I’ll be adding these or similar to most any shoe I can now.
Happy to hear that Tread Labs is preforming for you. Thanks for sharing!
My son plays soccer and has a very high arch. He'd over compensate lack of arch support with the ball of his feet. I bought him the Dash Thin Insole, which supports his arch. He no longer experiences any issues with his feet.