One – orthopedic running shoes

Introducing ONE - the world´s first line of orthopedic sports footwear, by Stinaa.J. First out - One Running.

One Running is Stinaa.J's first sports shoe. Orthopedic running shoe can withstand the enormous pressure that the feet and body are exposed to during running, power walks, and long walks.

Another running shoe? – not quite

One Running has exactly the same DNA as other Stinaa.J products – classic shoes with advanced orthopedic insoles. With sports, Stinaa.J historically returns to its roots. Our orthopedic team has its past and many years of experience in the sports segment. All experience has now been collected to create a running shoe that both prevents and treats strain injuries in all its forms.

With One Running, the team has worked on two parallel processes – the development of a new orthopedic insole incl. patent (5-bar system) and the development of orthopedic running shoes, first – with a shoe model for women.

Fits all foot types. Patented 5-bar system. Prevents overuse and strain injuries.

The Technology behind ONE

One Running is built to help the foot regain its original shape. During running, the feet are exposed to heavy loads and the risk of injury is more than twice as great as when walking. One Running ensures that the natural movement of all three arches begins to function as it should, again. The advanced technology in the orthopedic insole together with the design of the running shoe provides shock absorption, stability and relief for the feet, lower legs, knees, hips and back. The 5-bar system in the insole works together with the golden “bridge” in the midsole and keeps the feet in place, with it – minimizing the risk of possible misalignment and damage to the body’s joints and muscles.


The world’s first orthopedic running shoe – your body will thank you!


With One Running, Stinaa.J holds on to its design philosophy: classic, beautiful shoes that are kind to the body and last over time. Our designers wanted to create a running shoe with a minimalist expression, which delivers in the trail and works as an everyday shoe.

  • Upper: durable black breathable mesh fabric. The material adapts to the shape of the foot.
  • Insole: black patented 5-bar insole (a stand-alone unit that comes with the shoe).
  • Midsole: white, the golden “bridge” holds pronation/supination together with the insole.

For the women

One Running is specially designed for active women. Women are our primary target group and over the years we have learned all about women's feet. The female body has a unique structure and unique needs, statistically speaking, women get more overuse injuries than men.

This, along with the alarming fact that one in three sports injuries is caused by faulty equipment, convinced us of the need for women's orthopedic running shoes.

Advanced orthopedic inside

The 5-Bar System is the core of One Running. The three horizontal barriers ensure that the three arches of the foot work in a natural and shock-absorbing way, without the risk of bones, tissues, and musculature ending up in extreme positions. The two vertical barriers create stability and set the body in the right position. The risk of misalignment is significantly reduced.

Takes the hit

One Running is able to neutralize pressure that comes from the forces that the feet and body are exposed to during running (x5 times the body weight).

For all types of pronation

Works for the neutral pronation, overpronation (pronation) and underpronation (supination).

Run where you want

Designed to work on most surfaces such as asphalt, gravel, and terrain.

You only need One

The sustainable choice for your wallet and nature: one design, few colors, works for the everyday use.

For you with the following conditions:


Osteoarthritis of the foot
Hardened skin (Corns)
Hammer toe
Hallux Rigidus
Hallux Valgus (Bunion pain)
Morton’s neuroma
Submerged front arch
Abrasions (Blisters)
Tailor’s bunion
Sprained ankle


Haglund’s heel
Heel spur
Plantar fasciitis
Sever´s disease
Trample heel

Back and spine

Bad posture
Aseptic loosening


Osteoarthritis of the knee
Jumper´s knee
Ligament injury
Runner´s knee
Meniscus tear
PFSS (Anterior knee pain)
Osgood-Schlatter disease

Lower legs

Calf pain
Chronic compartment syndrome (CCS)
Achilles tendinitis