Cycling shoes are meant to conform to your foot with a stiff platform to improve your pedalling efficiency. But without proper foot support, pushing the pedals can take its toll on your feet, sometimes causing pain, pressure and discomfort.
Standard insoles don’t provide adequate arch support. As a result, pedalling forces are concentrated on the big toe and first metatarsal, leading to discomfort and pain.
inForm BioDynamic insole
inForm BioDynamic insoles are engineered to deliver complete foot support, dispersing pedalling forces evenly across the ball of the foot to improve comfort and pedalling efficiency.
Bontrager with Superfeet
Bontrager inForm BioDynamic insoles were developed in close partnership with Superfeet, a global leader in insole design, development and technology. Starting with Bontrager’s in-depth understanding of the unique fit, comfort and performance requirements of cyclists, and then leveraging Superfeet’s 30+ years of insole-making expertise, this collaborative effort brings to market the finest quality, best performing cycling-specific insoles available today.
The key to Bontrager’s advanced foot support is our proprietary 3D Arch, which has been painstakingly engineered to support all three arches of the foot. Taking into account not just the medial or longitudinal arch, but also the transverse and lateral arches, our 3D Arch’s unparalleled level of support helps to align and stabilise the foot for more even pressure distribution and maximum energy transfer.1 Transverse arch2 Lateral arch3 Medial arch
Which arch is best for me?
The goal of the insole is to properly support a rider’s natural arch shape. Excessive arch collapse commonly shows itself in the form of pain on the inside of the foot and the inside knee. Choosing the correct arch height will ensure that your foot is properly supported for your unique anatomy and will relieve any pain commonly found while riding. Bontrager has made three arch heights to accommodate the most common foot profiles for low, medium and high arches.