Use biomechanical customized insole to correct the internal splay

What is an Pigeon Toed?

An pigeon toed is a gait in which the toes of the feet are rotated inwards when walking.
The angle between the medial and lateral edges of the forefoot and the longitudinal axis does not exceed 5 degrees, which is considered mild, 5 degrees or more is considered moderate and 10 degrees or more is considered severe.
The causes of the pronation gait are complex and include internal rotation of the metatarsals, internal rotation of the tibia and internal rotation of the femur.
The biomechanical insoles are designed to protect and support the arch of the foot using the principles of human biomechanics.
protects and supports the arch of the foot
The footbeds are designed to protect and support the arch of the foot, allowing the muscles, ligaments and bones of the foot to work in a balanced way.

The effects of pronation

Walking with an In-toeing gait tends to cause more pressure to build up on the outside of the foot, thus increasing the chance of contact between the outside of the foot and the ground.
This changes the original path of the foot to the ground and increases the pressure on the joints.
Over time, this can lead to deformation and pain in the leg bones, resulting in O-shaped legs.
Excessive internal rotation can lead to chronic discomfort and pain in the knees, hips and back if left untreated.
This makes runners and athletes more prone to fatigue. Finally there is a range of disorders that
such as shin splints, plantar fasciitis, heel spurs, metatarsalgia, bunions, etc.

How orthotic insoles solve this problem?

The insoles are designed to protect and support the arch of the foot while adapting to your foot using the principles of human biomechanics.
The force lines of the muscles, ligaments and bones involved in the foot are adjusted to balance, so that the toe direction slowly returns to right.


Senthmetic biomechanically tailored insoles use the BodyFitAi® artificial intelligence engine and senthmetic's flexible fabric sensors to sense the precise forces on your foot and use ArchQuich to quickly customise them to form an insole that fits your foot perfectly and supports you where you need it.

For many people suffering from plantar fasciitis, the solution is Senthmetic.

ArchQuich Quick Tailor technology fits well to the arch and balances the biological force lines of the lower limb.
Microfibre suede offers superb comfort with an overall softness for those who stand and walk a lot, greatly relieving the stress of carrying weight while keeping the foot dry and breathable.
The Aosolite provides double insurance for underfoot comfort with its air perforated construction that effectively absorbs sweat, inhibits bacterial growth and cushions shock absorption.
PVC plate arch support stimulates plantar response and improves reaction time, while the crossed arch structure maintains foot balance and requires initial break-in due to its supportive malleability.
The skeletonised heel treatment disperses the pressure on the heel from bone spurs and radicular pain, greatly reducing the forces on the heel and relieving heel pain caused by plantar fasciitis. The result is that our biomechanical insoles are loved and trusted by many customers.

Find your ideal insole here.

ArchQuich Quick Custom Technology, with protective arch support, flexes with the natural movement of the foot to better fit the arch for proper foot stress, and our insoles are heat moldable, which means support where you need it, slowly improving your pronation.

  • Perfect fit

  • Prevents Injury

  • Pain relief

  • Senthmetic ArchQuick 3 Minute Personalized Custom Fit.

  • STEP 1

    Remove the insoles of your shoes if they are removable. Place the orthotics in the shoes and check for fit. Trim the front end of the orthotics to fit the shoes if necessary.

  • STEP 2

    Warm up your insoles in hot water or in any oven (Do Not Microwave). Remove the orthotics after heating time is up.

  • STEP 3

    Place the orthotics in the shoes and put the shoes on. Press your toes against the wall to help lift your toes and hold for 10 seconds to make the insole fit your arch perfectly.

  • STEP 4

    Remove othotics and cool naturally. Your orthotics are now ready for use and can be transferred to other shoes that have a similar shape.

Tip: We have prepared an arch type test paper, you just need to wet your feet and stand on the paper to observe your arch type.

WARNING - Not intended for persons with severe foot deformities or circulatory disorders resulting in infections or foot ulcerations. Consult your podiatrist or medical professional before using. Always consult a medical professional when experiencing persistent pain, discomfort, or swelling.