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About Insoles:

If you have ever dealt with foot pain then you have probably found yourself asking if shoe insoles are worth it. Foot ailments can not only lead to plantar fasciitis or tendonitis, but they can also lead to stress and strain in other parts of the body such as your neck, back, hips and knees. Insoles don’t just provide comfort and arch support. They help stabilize the foot reducing your risk of injury and also improves your gait and rearfoot support. Whether you have high arches or flat feet, stand proud and tall thanks to posture correcting, pain preventing insoles.

This is science built into every step. Using biomechanics, doctors and scientists have constructed some of the most technologically advanced shoe inserts available. By distributing pressure points evenly, insoles improve shock absorption, decrease swelling, prevent fatigue in leg muscles, and also extend the life of your shoes and boots by reducing ground impact and retaining the design. Don’t expect these inserts to be a swampy quagmire after a long hike or run. Breathable perforations release heat and moisture keeping you cool and dry. Anti-microbial technology blocks odor-causing bacteria so you stay fresh.

Insoles are fantastic regardless of your performance level. These are some of the most comfortable inserts around. They work well for pretty much anything: trekking, hiking, golfing, and days where you’re on your feet for hours at a time. They’re great for skiers and snowboarders because they provide superior support and prevent sore feet, whether you’re on your way up the hill or flying downhill. Additionally, winter boot insoles contain insulated EVA layers which provide maximum warmth on the slopes.Sports, work or leisure, insoles are lightweight and offer all-day comfort and support.