How Do I Care for My Insoles?
Depending on what your insoles are made of, getting them too wet is extremely inadvisable. Foam cushion or cloth covered insoles are especially susceptible to water damage. In the event that your insoles become water-logged, remove them from your shoes as soon as possible, gently pat with a dry towel to remove any surface moisture and place them in a spot with good ventilation, where they can lay flat. Allow to dry completely. Depending on how saturated your insoles are and the style of the insole, this can take from overnight to several days. Note: allowing your insoles to dry in shoes or while wearing them may result in reduced performance. Is it time to wash those dirty insoles of yours, but you aren't sure how? Cleaning and maintaining insoles is Full Story
Soccer Insoles for Cleats in Cushion and Orthotic Support
A lot of stress and strain is created on the foot during extreme sports. For soccer players, cleats are typically thin and lacking arch support or shock absorption, allowing the wearer to feel the studs and causing the pain.  Soccer Insoles can add not only additional cushioned shock absorption, but proper orthotic support for a solid foundation from the feet through the skeletal structure. The most common complaints we get from our soccer playing clients Full Story
spenco total support max insoles
  "I have had severe pain for plantar fasciitis for over a year.  I stretched, massaged, iced, and took anti-inflammatory pills regularly.  I bought the spenco total support max orthotics hoping that it might take the edge off the pain, but wasn't expecting any miracles.  It took a day or two to get used to the orthotics, but I noticed significant improvement immediately.  Within a week I stopped taking any pills and haven't done anything else but stretching.  I am pretty much pain free now.  I have also noticed significant improvement with knee, hip, and back pain.  Very happy with my purchase."
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