First impression? Extremely light. The manufacturer claims that with the Vita foam top layer, the insoles will mold quickly to your foot, not unlike custom orthotics.
My experience closely paralleled those claims. The entire foot and in particular the toe area felt nicely and softly cradled, adding to overall comfort. I was a bit wary that like most other insoles, these would get squashed in short order, basically losing the cushy feel. As it happens, 30-plus miles later they still feel the same – a pretty amazing feat for insoles that are actually thinner and definitely lighter than my previous pair. In addition, the heel clearly improved the shoe’s lateral stability.
I’d like to hear from Nordic walkers, who might be having foot problems and how they solved them, or are trying to solve them.
The best comments will be rewarded with a pair of ProFoot insoles.
The feet, along with the shoes are our foundation. If that essential foundation presents problems, not only sports, exercise, but even more mundane, daily activities can be painful and difficult.
Personally, I have been blessed with relatively trouble-free feet, but know of many others, who could possibly benefit from using a comfortable shoe insert.
Tell us about your foot problems and/or struggles. Maybe others will benefit from your shared experiences.
And as usual, at the end of the rainbow there might be waiting a pair of very comfy insoles – just for you.