Flat footers rejoice! This sock will relieve foot pain when you walk 18

The Arch Booster socks from Forme.

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Greetings my fellow flat footers. As a die-hard walker with an overpronation problem, I’m always looking for new ways to relieve stress on my arches. I know I’m not the only one (looking at you, James Colgan)!

Usually that means inserts — these are my go-tos — but they don’t always fit comfortably into my golf shoes. The whole point of a sock, however, is to fit inside of a shoe, and that’s what makes this arch-boosting product from Forme so revolutionary.

Proprietary technology in the sock uses multiple lightweight layers to create tension on the medial arch that retrains your foot and ankle muscles. As those muscles engage to correct your arch, you’ll notice improved alignment and stability. You can feel it work as soon as the sock goes onto your foot.

They’re available in sizes XS-L, so they’ll fit any sized foot for men or women. While they’re definitely a bit pricey for a pair of socks ($29), the price is less than you’d pay for most good inserts — and they actually work! Use the button below to see for yourself.

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Forme Arch Booster Sock

$29
If you enjoy a good walk, but are plagued with arch pain from flat feet, you need to try out these socks.
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Emily Haas

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