Noun(1) the inner sole of a shoe or boot where the foot rests
(1) It is possible to tell the height and build of an individual by looking at the depth and area of a print, which could even come from the insole of a shoe.(2) This means that the tops of the four smaller toes, when resting on the insole of a shoe, should be about level with one another.(3) It smells kind of new, but also kind of stale - like the insole of a two-month old trainer.(4) See if you can pry the insole up and see what's going on in the inner workings.(5) Take the insole out, even if the shoes are new, and put in an insole that absorbs up to 50% of the shock from the foot.(6) If a shoe is already tight though, the insole will make it less comfortable.(7) We recommend to anyone who can do this that they lift up the insole of the shoe and slide the plastic bottom plate underneath the insole of the shoe.(8) They don't offer a whole lot of arch support, but the insole is removable, which makes it easy to add one that gives you more if you need it.(9) Footwear should have a soft insole , heel counter and Velcro straps.(10) Made in Italy, they offer a cushioned insole , leather lining, and a sturdy rubber sole.(11) Patients can then be fitted for extra-depth shoes with custom insoles or orthotics to accommodate any residual deformity.(12) Foot pain is commonly a result of metatarsalgia, which should respond to correction of poor shoe position and cushioning insoles or pads.(13) Wear insoles in shoes for a smoother fit and use acrylic or polyester socks rather than cotton or wool.(14) Because neoprene doesn't breathe well, some companies now use mesh arches or air-punched insoles to improve aeration and moisture control, such as the newest Capezio Dansneaker or the Bloch Enduro-Techs.(15) The insoles of golf shoes will have energy-producing materials that are activated with each step, transmitted to your body to reduce stress and fatigue.(16) Insert gel-filled insoles or soft cushions (available in drugstores) into thin- or hard-bottomed shoes.
1. innersole ::
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