Over the passed 12 months we’ve been working behind the scenes to develop our most advanced pair of insoles to date. It’s involved guidance and advice from industry leaders in motion analysis, numerous independent comfort tests, and vital input from highly respected podiatrists and leading universities. We are very excited to announce that our brand new Dynamic Arch insoles have landed!
Designed with comfort, safety and durability in mind, our Dynamic Arch insoles can go a long way towards reducing foot fatigue and injury, and what’s more, they have been designed to work with every style of V12 safety boot.
KEY FEATURES AND WHY YOU'LL BENEFIT FROM THEM
Our Dynamic Arch Insoles are made from eco-friendly recycled foam that incorporates a shock absorbing memory foam heel that provides optimum comfort and aids in helping to reduce the risk of knee, hip, back and musculoskeletal problems that are associated with poor footwear and foot care.
One challenge we had to overcome, and are very proud to have achieved, is the need for the insole to comply with anti-static testing but also to completely remove uncomfortable stitching under the ball of the foot. By incorporating an open cell cushioning foam has ensured the insole is fully breathable, absorbent and reduces sweat. It also retains its shape and doesn’t become flat over time like many closed cell insoles.
Watch the video below to learn more about the difference between open and closed cell cushioning!
It doesn’t stop there…
Our insoles also have active carbon built in to neutralise unpleasant odours, keeping your feet and boots fresh all day long. Equally as important to the technology we’ve designed, is ensuring the wearer has exactly the right fit. Our Dynamic Arch insoles come in three arch sizes – low, medium and high, allowing personalisation of fit!
WHAT PROBLEMS COULD OUR DYNAMIC ARCH INSOLES HELP?
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