The sock with ARChFIT system is designed to provide stability to the heel and cushioning to the arch, maintaining optimal performance and delaying fatigue during exercise. It also provides compression, which stimulates blood circulation and venous return.

It is designed taking into account the high demands of sport: Comfort, lightness, freedom of movement, breathability, durability and ease of use.

 

DESIGNED TO:

- Combat plantar fasciitis

- Improve circulation

- Prevent tibial periostitis

- Decrease the risk of cornering

- Slow down tiredness

 

 



1. COMPRESSIVE TISSUE
- It helps a more efficient venous return from the feet to the heart and a better oxygenation of the muscles, facilitating, in this way, the recovery during the effort.
- Prevents tibial periostitis and reduces the risk of sprains.


2. ULTRALIGHT MATERIAL
- High performance technical fabric, with a soft and pleasant feeling. DRYTEX Thermical is specially designed to circulate air between the skin and the tissue, expel moisture, retain heat and keep the skin cool and dry.


3. REINFORCEMENT IN HEEL AND POINT
- Exclusive fabric that improves the stability of the heel and reduces the load on the plantar arch allowing to improve the performance.

- Special design that provides lateral support to the Achilles tendon, allowing movement without tension.


4. FUNCTIONAL SUPPORT FOR FASCITIS PLANTAR
- Functional support for plantar fasciitis equipped with ARCh MAX®, a support technology that reinforces and protects athletes, offering them the pressure and stability that their footing needs during movement, thus preventing plantar fasciitis.


5. FLAT SEWING THAT AVOID ROOTS AND BLISTERS
- Exclusive flat-seam fabric that avoids chafing, blisters and thanks to its wavy facilitates smooth movements of flexion and extension of the sole.


 

A. ARC PLANTAR SHOCK ABSORBER FUNCTION
The plantar arch distributes the load throughout the foot, exerts absorbs from the impacts.
1. Load
2. Planar arch

B. DECREASE OF THE DAMPING FUNCTION
When the foot touches the ground after a jump, the talus moves forward and inward1, while the calcaneus moves backwards, downwards and outwards2. At that time, the muscles of the plantar arch are in extension. If these movements occur repetitively over several hours, the arch becomes fatigued and the cushioning function decreases, which can cause pain or even injury.

KEYS TO KEEP THE PERFORMANCE
The muscles of the tibia and fibula area also support the plantar arch. Therefore, if we reduce the load on the foot, holding the heel and the plantar arch, we favor an optimal performance.

 

 

The present utility model is characterized by comprising a body made anatomically so that it fits correctly to the foot of the user and materialized by an elastomer so that the part of the instep pulls up the area of the plantar arch reducing pain in the area .

Incorporating a lateral support in the area of the Achilles tendon, in a way that allows the movement without tension of the foot of the athlete. Finally, it incorporates a functional support that helps prevent plantar fasciitis, and acts intelligently on the area of the plantar arch.