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What Run Oregon is Wearing: CurrexSole Review

I am a runner who chooses to wear insoles while running and at work. I stand all day long, and insoles have really helped my feet pain over the last few years. When given an opportunity to try out currexSole, I jumped at the chance. I’ve tried a number of different brands and some I definitely like better than others. currex has definitely proven to be my top pick for a number of reasons.

I have medium high arches. I am also prone to an ankle issue, run 50+ miles a week, and am on my feet at work 8 hours a day. Needless to say, my feet take a beating. Sure, my body has gotten used to the daily mileage, but still, when I don’t wear proper shoes/insoles, I feel it!

I’ve been wearing my pair of currex insoles for a good month now and have been very pleased with the level of comfort they’ve given me with my running, walking and standing. I’ve worn them for a couple 20 mile runs – which usually leave me with increased foot pain over the past last few miles. I didn’t experience foot pain with the currexSole! One other bonus I wasn’t expecting is that my ankle actually feels more stable while running with these. My ankle issue has been healing up well, but I still have days of feeling unstable. I’ve loved wearing currexSole and would recommend them 100%.

There are a variety of options and variations depending on your needs:

  • Runpro
  • Runfree
  • Activepro
  • Edgepro
  • Bikepro
  • Workpro

It’s really outstanding that they offes such a wide variety depending on your sport or work needs, as each activity necessitate moving and adjusting your feet slightly different. Obviously, the extra testing they put into these insoles are a huge plus.

Company: currexSole

Available: currexSole can be purchased in Portland stores here and Amazon ($42.38 – $59.95) here


  • Deep heel cup for a better in-shoe fit
  • Triple layers for optimum moisture wicking
  • 3D DAT for natural foot guidance.  Dynamic arch technology made from silver Nylon 6 composite
  • PROPO+ for maximum rebound.  Dynamic propulsion thanks to special forefoot material
  • Medium Rebound PORON® Cushion.  Outstanding performance cushioning during initial foot contact
  • Decoupled heel for reduced pronation: Noticeable advantages during foot strike
  • Weight: 40g/1.41oz. (size M)
  • Decoupled heel for reduced pronation: Noticeable advantages during foot strike
  • Weight: 40g / 1.41oz. (size M)

More About currexSole:

Our product is the perfect symbiosis of science and passion. currexSoles are developed by a team of renowned sports scientists and engineers on latest research.  Naturally, we wear and test currexSole products ourselves, too! currexSoles are based on a 360° pro expertise in movement analysis using real-life, real-time data.

Thank you to currexSole for providing us with a sample pack. Please read our transparency page for info on how we do our reviews.


About Julie Mullins (59 Articles)
I am a 41 year-old runner from Dallas, OR. I am married to Jerry (also a runner) and we have three kids (one who will run with us on occasion). I work full time at West Valley Hospital/Salem Health and run as often as I can. I ran in High school but as an adult, started running in 2008. Since then, I have completed 13 full marathons, numerous 5k, 10ks and 15k. I've run two Ultras and just completed my 31st half marathon. My goal is the get my BQ in 2018 at Eugene Marathon! (Pinch me, I DID IT!!!) I also organize a local running group called ZaoFit (on facebook). I LOVE running with others - it is what keeps me motivated to stay consistent, and to keep dreaming big.

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