More Than a Lax Approach
Constant activity requires constant protection, and in lacrosse, there is often too much of the former without enough of the latter. In this no-holds-barred sport, players run up to six miles in an average game, sometimes even more in youth events. And the only thing that may stand between these kids and painful injuries are lacrosse insoles.
NxtMile kids’ lacrosse insoles are tailored to fit precisely in cleated lacrosse shoes. Even better, they are designed to provide the stability and cushioning required by the demands of the game. The 3:1 elevated heel reduces the stresses that contribute to heel pain, which makes these Sever’s Disease insoles wildly popular among young players and their parents. The transverse arch support guides proper foot movement during core lacrosse movements. Cleat pressure cushioning in the forefoot helps reduce fatigue and the potential for stress fractures. The ultra-light, multi-density molded EVA optimizes comfort from heel to toe, which gives kids the ability to literally bounce back from injuries and return to the game they love.
- Heel Position: 3:1 Heel to forefoot elevation
- Stability: Linear Transverse Arch
- Cushioning: Moderate
- Weight: 2.0 oz
Going from a long outdoor soccer season to indoor soccer without a break has caused my 10 year old's heels and feet to hurt constantly. Our family doctor diagnosed the problem as Sever's disease and suggested we try fitting him with a $175 pair of orthotics! Unreal! We had heard about NxtMile insoles from a friend and decided it was worth the $30 to try them out. Our son’s heel pain has since subsided and we were able to save $148.Soccer Parent praising relief from Sever's Disease