arch brace

arch brace

[′ärch ‚brās]
(building construction)
A curved brace, usually used in pairs to support a roof frame and give the effect of an arch.

arch brace

A curved brace, usually used in pairs to support a roof frame and give the effect of an arch.
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An elasticised arch brace gives them a snug, secure fit and some much-needed support on long hiking days.
Tents, forests and campervans are just some of the fun designs on these light Smartwool Hike Light socks.There's a flat knit toe seam for additional comfort and an elasticised arch brace. PS21, cotswoldoutdoor.com
I use a counter force arch brace when I run and have been injury-free.
If anything, with your flatfoot structure and need for an arch brace, you would be safer to use a more supportive, straight-lasted, anti-pronation shoe.
I have narrow feet and the elasticised arch brace gives them a snug, secure fit and some much-needed support on long hiking days.
Made from premium merino wool from New Zealand, they have an elasticated arch brace and flat seam for extra comfort.
While there is greater distance from bottom arch braces to top arch than distance from the floor beam to the top arch, considering the floor beam plays no effect in top arch reinforcing, it is determined that bottom arch braces also play no effect in top arch reinforcing.
Built in arch braces serves to add support and stabilize the sock with-in the shoe.