Replacement Inserts for shoes are an excellent way to help get the support you need without spending a lot of money
But even the best shoe inserts don't last forever. With normal use, you can expect your insoles to last about 6 months, but this varies depending on factors such as intensity of use (i.e., running vs. everyday activities) and foot structure. For serious runners, you may need new insoles every 3-4 months instead.
Material: Foam PU.
Insoles can be trimmed to custom fit your shoes. Please refer to the size chart below.
Options are shown in Men's Sizes, so please make sure you select the correct size for Women's Sizes.
Here are some signs to keep an eye out for so you’ll know when it’s the right time to replace your insoles:
1. Discoloration. If the general appearance of the inserts is significantly different than when you bought them, that could be a sign that it’s time for a new pair. This could include wearing off the logo on the heel or leaving a visible impression of your foot on the insole.
2. Damage. When you notice tearing or cracking on any part of the insole, you put yourself at risk for blisters on your feet, and your insole will no longer be providing support and cushioning in the proper locations.
3. Unpleasant odor. If you’re on your feet a lot, it’s likely that they sweat. This moisture can collect in inserts for shoes and result in undesirable smells. Disagreeable smells can also indicate the presence of bacteria or fungus, which can lead to foot infections.
4. Compression. Once you become aware that your insole seems flatter than it used to be, it’s past time to upgrade. High-quality cushioning foams and supportive materials are durable, but they do break down over time and cease to be effective at preventing injury and foot pain.
New insoles may take some getting used to, especially if you’ve waited too long and your old insoles were extremely worn.