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ALINE Performance Insoles

Chiro|Sport is now an ACE Certified ALINE authorized dealer. We bring this product to our members because we believe in the alignment system, competitive pricing, and versatility. Any activity that requires you to do more than stand still is going to be enhanced with the ALINE insoles. They have products specifically designed for golfers, extreme sports, running, biking, outdoor work and others. 

In order: warm insole, Active + (antimicrobial material), Active (basic model), golf specific, cycling specific.

In order: warm insole, Active + (antimicrobial material), Active (basic model), golf specific, cycling specific.


We live in a world of hard, flat surfaces. And we place extreme demands on our feet. Over time, our arches fall (pronate) and become too mobile and our ankles begin to lean. That is bad news for the knees, hips, back and shoulders. Similarly, if your arch is too high (supinate) it becomes rigid and won't transmit forces efficiently. 

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But there is good news too. Your feet can stay strong, if you’ll only let them. When you wear ALINEs every day, combined with well-built, non-squishy footwear, you’ll begin to notice worlds of difference in the way your body feels and you’ll be ready to perform at a higher level when it’s time to go on a long hike, for a short walk or hit the golf course.

How Does Aline Help?

The alignment process or fitting of the insoles is the key. In the case study below you'll read about the difference the insoles can make right away. The ALINE fitting system uses a laser to assess and show you where you are currently aligned and how ALINEs can help. With some adjustments of the ALINEs insoles, we will customize them for what’s right for you. Using the ALINEs, the foot is supported, but also allowed to move through the suspension zones to generate power inside your rigid shoe. The patented ribs are engineered to flex and rebound to increase power transfer and maintain ALINEment.

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Can The Insoles Help With...

back pain
Mortons neuroma
plantar fascitis
achilles tendonitis
heel spurs
shin splints

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What Does This Mean for You?

  • Reduce your chances of foot/ankle, knee, hip and low back injuries or complaints by having improved lower body alignment.
  • Increased stability of your foot inside your shoe. This means a smoother stride and less fatigue.
  • Achieve and maintain stronger feet and legs and let your feet (and body) move more efficiently.
  • Improve your overall lower body endurance with less fatigue.


Don't wait for your symptoms to get worse. Come see us today and get fit for your insoles!