Move better... Move longer... ALINE Cushion is built with an innovative suspension technology that takes your daily activities to a new level enabling healthy and efficient motion.
What’s inside counts.
ALINE has revolutionized the insole category with our multi-patented suspension zones, ribbed arches, and contour zones. All of the elements work together to align your body from the waist down in order to decrease harmful forces on the feet, knees, and ankles allowing for maximum performance, health and comfort.
ALINE Cushion is designed to enhance your performance through improved support and alignment. The alignment of your body is critical to proper and healthy movement. Our patented ALINE Suspension Technology combines over 100 ribs, bio mechanically correct supports engineered suspension zones, a heel cup and gel pad to place your body in the correct alignment at the correct times during activity. A layer of memory foam and antimicrobial fabric is added for all day comfort. Over 1000 professional athletes from Football, Baseball, Basketball, Hockey, Adventure racing, Snowboarding, Skiing, Cycling, MMA, Golf and other sports are wearing ALINE today to improve their training and performance. More than 100 X-Games medals, 13 Professional Golf Tournaments and 12 Olympic medals have been won by athletes with ALINE under their feet.
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"As a personal trainer and former college football player, I know first-hand about the importance of proper lower-body alignment. I had many issues because of my poor alignment, which unfortunately sidelined me for some period of time. When I discovered and started wearing ALINE I began to notice significant changes and the pain I was experiencing was relieved. I’m now able to be active and feel good while doing it."
The success in OCR that April has takes commitment and skill. With over 25 podiums it is easy to see how hard April works. Teaming up with ALINE in 2013, we have worked together to keep her ALINEd, and reaching the top spot whenever competing.Facebook Twitter Instagram
Many lower body injuries and pain can be traced to poor movement patterns. These poor movement patterns start at the feet. They also can be from muscles in your legs, hips, or back.