The purpose of the orthotic Football Insole is to upgrade today’s football boots by increasing comfort & reducing the strain on the body’s muscles and joints.
The insoles can help to relieve pain associated with common foot and heel injuries such as Plantar Fasciitis and Achilles Tendonitis.
We want to create better conditions for anyone who loves to play football.
Key features & benefits:
- Top cover minimizes the risk of chafing and blisters.
- Stabilizing & shock absorbing material.
- Extra shock absorbing heel zone.
- Medial arch support.
- Ventilation material.
- Anatomic heel cup.
- Orthopaedic insole
SHOCK ABSORBING MATERIAL
The green honeycomb pattern distributes pressure, increases shock absorption and reduces the insole weight.
The grey E.V.A material provides a combination of extra support and shock absorption in the area around the heel, below the middle of the foot, and reduces rotational forces.
SHOCK ABSORBING ZONE
The unique red shock absorbing zone reduces the load on the heel.
The perforation through all three materials increases ventilation capacity. The top cover minimizes the risk of chafing and blisters.
MEDIAL FOOT ARCH SUPPORT
The unique design of the foot arch support increases stability in play and is designed to fit as many feet as possible.
ANATOMIC HEEL CUP
The anatomically contoured heel cup distributes pressure under the heel, reducing the load by combining the heel's fat pad and reinforcing its natural function.
Remove the existing insoles from your football boots. Place your new Football Insole into your boots to make sure it is the correct size. If necessary, trim your new Football Insoles with scissors if they don’t fit. Tip: Use your original soles as a template!
Gradually increase use of your new Football Insole because there may be new load patterns on your body.
CLEANING / CARE
The product is not resistant to high temperatures. You can use lukewarm water and soap for cleaning. Allow to dry at room temperature. Do not wash in a washing machine.
Replace your soles after 6-12 months or when they are showing signs that they are worn out.