XP3 vs. XP3+: What Kind of Champion are You?

Looking for a custom-made orthotic to support you through your toughest, most grueling workouts and competitions? Consider Foot Levelers’ XP3® and XP3+™–guaranteed to provide results on the road, the field, the gym… Wherever you want to beat your best time or crush the competition.

xp3_angledFor shorter term intensity: The original XP3 is whisper thin, feather light, yet a powerhouse of support. Revolutionary MPAX™ material throughout absorbs up to 90% of shock, shielding your feet and lower extremities from pain and strain. It slips comfortably into cleats and most low profile athletic shoes.

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For the long-haul: XP3+ doubles up on MPAX, making it ideal for the endurance  athlete. XP3+also features brand new MPAX Pro™ in the forefoot–it amps up propulsion at toe-off for the competitive edge.

MPAX is the most cutting-edge protective material on the market, and only Foot Levelers has it. Lightweight, thin and breathable, MPAX instantly “freezes” at the moment of impact to shield the feet and body from the harmful effects of shock.

MPAX helps you go harder, longer.  With custom-designed orthotic support plus the power of MPAX, you’ll stay safer, too, less prone to injury and fatigue.

(We can’t speak for the competition).

Ready to take your game to the next level? Call 800.553.4860 today to find a Foot Levelers’ affiliated healthcare professional.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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