Memory foam shoe inserts guarantee high quality and ultra comfort on the feet. It is a soft and light insole with a resistant fabric with great breathability. Thanks to its material, memory foam shoe inserts have an immediate recovery, giving a very pleasant and also comfortable feeling for the foot. Certainly, memory foam sole adapts to any shoe and is suitable for all types of feet.
Memory foam insoles are full-length memory foam insole, therefore they are suitable for all arch types and features soft-cushy memory foam for prolonged shock-absorbing comfort. Orthotic shoe inserts feature a pressure-sensitive, memory foam layer that molds to the contours of your foot. The soft and rebound memory foam provides dynamic energizing support and also cushioning. Above all, high density memory foam means better quality and long-lasting durability. Neutral cushioned arch support provides necessary support for people with normal to low foot arch. In addition, added cushion under ball of the foot provide better shock absorption and cushioning.
Features of memory foam shoe inserts:
- Slow rebound
- Very soft
- Impact absorption
- Reduce foot pain, heel pain, back pain, pronation, supination and other conditions of the foot, knee, hip and back
- Designed for daily use, for sports, for work boots, hiking, etc.
- Thickness 1.6 cm
- Flexible and also light
p.s. all insoles sizes are in European shoe sizes
The U.S. Shoe Sizing System
In the United States, women’s shoes come in whole and half sizes that range from 4 through 12. Men’s shoes have whole and half sizes from 6 through 16. Basically, American Women’s shoe sizes are the same as American Men’s shoe sizes plus 1½. There are two scales used in the U.S. The standard (or “FIA”) scale and the common scales. The “common” scale is more widely used. The scales are about ½ size different.
The European Shoe Sizing System
For European shoe sizes there aren’t separate sizing systems for adults and children. Instead there is a range of sizes where at one end of the spectrum you’ll find small shoe sizes that are usually worn only by children and at the other end of the spectrum you’ll find large shoe sizes that are usually worn only by men. This brings up another point about the European shoe sizing system. Unlike the U.S. shoe sizing system, the European shoe sizing system is pretty much unisex. A woman who wears a size 42 would probably be as comfortable in a men’s shoe as a women’s shoe in terms of how the shoe fits. Only masculine or feminine fashion details on the shoe’s upper would reveal the shoe’s true gender.