Supports injury recovery and offers relief to sore muscles and joints with ‘Sands’ cushioning.
Sands creates a natural footbed that’s comparable to walking barefoot on sand. The Energy Sole cushioning is beneficial during recovery from sports injuries and helps with sore joints and muscles.
Many athletes use Comfort Energy Soles to improve their performance and to prevent injuries. The material morphs back into its original shape after every step and activates the body towards the next step. The provided high shock absorption helps prevent injuries.
For daily use
No more sore feet or legs after standing and walking all day! The Energy Soles can easily fit into different types of shoes and prevent soreness to joints and muscles during activity.
For diabetics and heel spur
The Energy Soles evenly distribute pressure to prevent soreness or abrasions. The high shock absorption reduces pain and relieves tired and sore feet.
Research has shown that the Comfort Energy Sole has a shock absorption of 100 Newton more than any other regular insole. This is an average reduction of 10kg per step, which is beneficial to spine and knees and hence the reason why medical specialists recommend Comfort Energy Soles.
What is Sands? Sands is a fibre that is skin-friendly and morphs itself to the body contours.
Can I wash the insoles? Yes, Comfort Energy Soles can be washed at a 40ºC hand-wash. Do not put the material in the dryer!
Do I need to adjust to the soles? The breathable structure makes for dry feet, but at the beginning the soles can feel a bit warm. This feeling will disappear as soon as you’re used to them.
What about wear and tear? The insoles are wear resistant and will last for a long time. However, this also partly depends on how much you use them and what you use them for.
What sizes are available? The insoles fit practically every shoe and are available in EU size 36 to 47 in three separate widths: 3mm (regular), 4,5mm (sports) and 4,5mm (work shoes)
Do they also fit narrow shoes? Most of the insoles especially created for narrow shoes such as boots for women and high-heeled shoes do not offer the right cushioning. As cushioning in these shoes is essential, we’re currently in the process of creating a well cushioned insole for narrow footwear. More to come soon!