A leather-like insole. Some people like it more than leather because it is softer, thinner and less slippery in contact with the foot.
Designed primarily to alleviate pressure on the foot, absorb impact shock, and minimize any abrasive rubbing or irritation against the skin of the foot. Suitable for diabetes, arthritis, and other sensitive feet condition.
Long term treatment.
carbon fibers have several advantages: high stiffness, high tensile strength, high strength to weight ratio, high chemical resistance, high-temperature tolerance, and low thermal expansion
These inserts are 3-4 times lighter than steel plates and they don’t damage shoes or rust as steel plates tend to do. They are only 1.2mm thick, but still strong and durable
EVA material is a dense foam polymer known as Ethylene Vinyl Acetate and it has an excellent, durable shock absorbing quality. Using EVA insoles will help relieve aches and pains from walking and standing for long periods of time on your feet