Jackson Ultima Supreme Insoles
Jackson Ultima Supreme Insoles
Jackson Ultima Supreme Insoles
Jackson Ultima Supreme Insoles


Jackson Ultima Supreme Insoles

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Size:Box 11.5
Arch Alignment:3'

Pickup available at Al's Skate Shop in Blackpool Usually ready in 2-4 days

Jackson Ultima Supreme Insoles

Box 11.5 / 3'

Al's Skate Shop in Blackpool

Pickup available, usually ready in 2-4 days

1 Spen Business Park
Ashworth Road
Blackpool FY4 5LP
United Kingdom


Al's Skate Shop in Deeside

Pickup currently unavailable

Deeside Leisure Centre
Chester Road, Deeside
Queensferry CH5 1SA
United Kingdom


Please note Supreme insoles are sizes in Jackson ladies box sizes. 

If you are unsure of your size, please ask and we can tell you the correct size to order.


Designed to enhance alignment, the unique 'reversed arch' creates a linear knee bend for more stability & power.


Wider Foot - needs less volume underfoot

Regular Foot - needs standard volume underfoot

Narrower Foot - needs more volume underfoot

What is pronation?

Pronation - the way in which your foot and tibia roll inward at the ankle, making the knee joint to turn in more than normal.  This can lead to a risk of injury through the pronation itself, or the attempt of the skater to compensate for the pronation.

Jumps, spins, turns, and edgework require proper alignment.  The Supreme Insole is an ideal solution for all skaters!



The insoles have undergone scientific testing at The University of Quebec in Montreal (UQAM), examining the effect of an orthopaedic insole on ankle stability while skating.

Research, in the past, has been minimal to evaluate the bio-mechanical effect of the foot placement relative to blade alignment on the stability of the ankle.


Studies were performed on-ice skating with and without the insoles. Wider feet used the 3° insole and narrower the 7°.  Pressure sensor equipment provided readings of each skater’s centre of pressure (COP). COP and the location of the blade were then compared - optimal stability occurs when the COP is equal to the blade location.


The use of the insoles allow the skater’s COP to be closer to the blade of the skate, giving higher ankle stability. The motion of skating is drastically different than walking, the optimization of the skating boot should be specific to this unique COP.

Since the risk of injury is often related to posture & stability, the insoles will reduce the risk of injury. The unique ‘reversed arch’ feature allows skaters to experience a skating motion rather than a walking motion that every other insole on the market offers.