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Analysis of Plantar Pressure Differences between Flat Insole Trekking Shoes and Nestfit Trekking Shoes
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Analysis of Plantar Pressure Differences between Flat Insole Trekking Shoes and Nestfit Trekking Shoes
Choi, Jae-Won; Lee, Joong-Sook;
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 Abstract
Objective : The purpose of this study was to investigate mean plantar foot pressure, maximum plantar pressure and ground reaction force, and center migration path of pressure according to the type of trekking shoes for the development of shoes. Method : Subjects of the study averaged of age. Their average height was and their average weight was . The method of this study was administered measuring 50 steps, at once, 3 times at a speed of 4 km/h and using the data of 30 steps. Pedar-X system measured the mean foot pressure, maximum foot pressure, mean maximum force, and center migration path of pressure by subjects` position while walking. Statistical analysis was performed by SPSS 23.0 using a paired t-test. Results : Results of the study showed Nestfit trekking shoes lower foot pressure of both feet in mean foot pressure and maximum foot pressure. Nestfit trekking shoes showed high ground reaction force (p<.001) in the midfoot, and low mean ground reaction force in the rearfoot. The center migration path of pressure showed the Nestfit trekking shoes were more stable than flat insole trekking shoes. Conclusion : It can be concluded that wearing Nestfit trekking shoes spreads pressure efficiently and induces walking stability because Nestfit trekking shoes spread the pressure of the forefoot and rearfoot to the midfoot and the center migration path of pressure shows regularly.
 Keywords
Trekking-shoes;Nestfit;Pedar-X System;Mean Plantar Pressure;Maximum Plantar Pressure;Midfoot;Nearfoot;
 Language
Korean
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