The highly physical nature of playing rugby means your feet are being placed under constant pressure and threat of injury. Not just through the contact of the sport itself, but through the shock caused to your feet through the running. Wearing a Rugby Insole helps to support and protect the foot, providing cushioning and stability to the vulnerable areas and reducing the strain being placed on the foot.
Rugby is a highly physical activity where injuries are common. But these injuries do not just come from the tackles and high contact nature of the support. Your feet are at constant risk when playing - risk of being strained or injured themselves. This is because the impact caused by the foot colliding with the ground when running causes a shock that radiates through the feet and up the legs. This is damaging to joints, tendons and ligaments. There is also the risk of prontation and rolling your ankle when running, plus the muscle damage that has the potential to be caused by collisions with other players.
Wearing a Rugby Insole helps to prevent and reduce the risk of the damage caused. The Rugby Insole provides support and stability to the foot, reducing the shock and impact being placed on the vulnerable areas and helping to maintain a natural foot position even when in the middle of the game. The Rugby Insoles are designed to fit into a sports shoe, meaning they are non-invasive and will not affect the fit of your shoe.
There is a wide range of Rugby Insoles available here at Shoe Insoles. This means that you can find the right type and fit that best suits your needs in order to provide the maximum amount of support.
If you require any further information about the range of Rugby Insoles, please contact our support team on 020 7501 1102 or via the contact page on this site.
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