Cold feet? Add thermal wool cut to fit insoles to your running shoes or winter boots to add some warmth for getting through a cold snap. This is very suitable insole for extreme cold weather, very thin and warm.
This winter insole are doing with wool 100% and helps you to keep your foot at the ideal temperature. Several layers of proven technology deliver utterly amazing warmth so your feet stay toasty every time. The blended woolen felt layer maximizes warmth, while a recycled blended felt layer locks out moisture with extraordinary wicking capabilities. Renewable, environmentally friendly, and with just the right amount of cushioning, these thermal insoles for boots won’t fray or give out when you need them most. They are among the best winter boot insoles you’ll ever find.
Using wool cut to fit insoles you`ll have one of the best tools for preventing damp, cold feel. The wool helps trap heat and cushions the foot while the aluminum base prevents heat loss and guards against dampness. Keep feet warmer even on the coldest of days.
It is a cut-out insole that starts from size 34 to 45, so you can cut it for any desired size of your shoes.
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.