How often do you change your insoles?

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  1. Sander001

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    I've been playing much more singles lately and my feet and even knees are taking a beating so I've been changing my insoles after 2 matches or so! I leave my shoes' original insoles in and on top I put in store brand cushiony insoles. They only cost $4 or so and they're ever so comfy but get flattened after a few hours.

    Seems to be working for me but was wondering what everybody else is doing.
     
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  2. Overdrive

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    After having the insoles slipping in the shoe during play, I stopped wearing them. Other than that, it depends on how much your feet can breathe during wear. If you have sweaty feet, then probably around 2-3 days.They can last longer in cooler temperatures.
     
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  3. ArliHawk

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    Pinnacle Powersteps are my insoles are my aftermarket insole of choice. They are great replacements even if a little steep
     
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  4. Bobby Jr

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    In most tennis shoes you should remove the insoles after every use to let them and the sole underneath dry out overnight. Otherwise the moisture from that use is mostly still under the insole next time you use them.
     
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