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Insoles Salomon OrthoLite Insoles Salomon OrthoLite
EUR 10.16
in stock
10 %
Lowa Insoles ATC Lowa Insoles ATC
EUR 6.09 EUR 5.48
in stock
Woolpower Felt Insoles Woolpower Felt Insoles
EUR 10.16
in stock
Haix Insoles Trekman gray Haix Insoles Trekman gray
EUR 7.11
in stock
19 %
Hanwag Insoles Hanwag Insoles
EUR 10.12 EUR 8.24
in stock
Haix Insoles Xare gray Haix Insoles Xare gray
EUR 7.11
in stock
LOWA Insole Desert black LOWA Insole Desert black
EUR 8.12
in stock
Mil-Tec Insole Poliyou Mil-Tec Insole Poliyou
EUR 6.09
in stock

The Optimal Insole for Every Purpose – For Improved Foot Climate and Shoe Fit

Wearing the same footwear for hours during military or civilian activities poses a significant challenge to feet and legs. Every foot is as unique as its owner. Therefore, the right insole can greatly increase comfort while walking, standing, and moving. With high-quality and breathable insoles, walking comfort can be significantly improved.

What to Consider When Using Insoles?

It is essential to ensure that the insole has the correct fit for the shoe or boot. If it is too large or too small, it usually leads to wrinkling or slipping. Uncomfortable pressure or blistering is the result.

Insoles are suitable for closed footwear and should normally be worn with socks containing a high percentage of cotton. Before insertion, it is always advisable to read the instructions or care instructions.

Tips for Using the Right Insoles

There are two types of insoles to distinguish between: insoles that can be placed on the footbed or represent it, and outsoles that are placed under a footbed and are significantly firmer than mere inserts. Often, both variants are combined in one model and offer themselves as durable replacement soles for all shoes and boots.

For optimal adaptation to one's own foot, many insoles are offered in a universal size that can be cut to shape on-site. This applies primarily to insoles with insulating and breathable characteristics, otherwise there is a risk of destroying the subdivision into different supporting foot zones.

Questions: Insoles

What Types of Shoe Insoles Are There?

You can choose insoles based on material, but it's better to choose based on the intended use:
- Shock-absorbing effect
- Heat-regulating insoles
- Against cold (insulating and/or heated)
- Moisture regulation
- Against odors
- Against pressure points
- Footbed (e.g., with gel cushions)

How Should Insoles Be Dried?

Insoles should not be dried on the heater or other heat sources, but should be stored in an airy and dry place instead.

Do Insoles Affect the Footwear?

Insoles are universally applicable and come in many variations. Whether swim shorts, Bermuda, combat, sports, vintage, nylon, MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) shorts, or boxer shorts - they all have one thing in common: They are shorts, and they are a must-have, especially in hot areas of operation.

Is It Possible to Replace Insoles?

Yes. Most models are designed as insoles that can be easily inserted into any pair of shoes and can be easily replaced with a new pair in case of wear and tear.