IRONMAN Gel Insoles - SPECIAL OFFER
Insoles suitable for ordinary shoes, for everyday wear, anatomically cushioned system, increased shock absorption, gel with triple density.
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IRONMAN Gel Insoles
Insoles IRONMAN Gel are quality insoles, designed for all shoes with removable liner. These insoles with gel pads very well absorb shocks in the heel area and forefoot. Cushioned step relieves the spine and joints with each step. Materials used in the production of insoles IRONMAN Gel guarantee durability, resistance to perspiration, and prevent calluses formation. The size can be trimmed as needed to ensure maximum accuracy of the insole in a shoe. During everyday walking feet are excessively burdened. Insoles IRONMAN Gel prevent these problems.
- top-class insoles designed for everyday wear
- increased absorption of shocks, that go to the forefoot and heels
- reduce legs pain and fatigue
- anatomically cushioned system
- gel with triple density (better shock absorbtion)
- thermoplastic rubber gel providing maximum comfort
- suitable for ordinary shoes for everyday walking
- can be washed under a lukewarm water
Dimensions and materials:
- heel thickness: 7.8 mm
- front part thickness: 4.0 mm
- base: polyurethane
- front part: TPR gel
- cradle: TPR gel
IRONMAN Gel Insoles - Product parameters
Insoles with a shock absorption cushion at the front of the shoe or at the heel allow for a smooth take-off with either your toes or heel. A cushioned landing is easier on the spine and joints with every step.
Foot arch supporting insoles position the foot in a natural position and prevent flat feet, as well as related pains. Correct foot arch is important especially for growing children and the proper development of their feet. Anatomically shaped insoles should be also used by those who have problems with their spine or lower limb joints.
Optimal insole shape provides full support, helps absorb shocks and prevents unnatural pronation. Protation is a problem when your feet shape themselves into an X-shape due to incorrectly pressed insole. This can cause problems with your spine and joints. These insoles have protective feature on the inside edge, usually a plate that doesn't allow your foot to lean inside when you step.
There are many types of materials used for insoles. The main one is polyurethane, which is a very flexible foam that helps absorb shocks and impacts. TPR, aka thermoplastic rubber gel, saves energy and as such ansures great efficiency. PolySorb system provides stability and support for the heel and the foot's arch.
Insoles are fully removable and can be therefore cleaned with lukewarm water. It is not recommended to machine wash them. It is better to hand wash them, as not to damage the structure and integrity of the insole.
Insoles can be divided into two main categories. One is for sports wear and the other for regular wear. They differ mainly in their ability to absorb impacts and flexibility of material. Sports insoles are made for higher performance and absorb sudden impacts much better. Regular wear insoles are suitable for long-term use, support the correct foot arch position and relieve pain and fatigue.
While stepping down, the feet of a runner are subjected to 2.5 more weight pressure than normal, which is why a good shock absorbtion is key. The correct step movement while running or walking should go through the heel, that's why it is the area with most shock-absorbing features. Their purpose is to absorb as many impacts as possible, spread out the pressure and rpovide comfort. Optimal heel thickness for regular insoles is around 8-9 mm. Thinner heel means less flexibility and shock absorbtion. Sports insoles should be around 9-10 mm thick.