Recommended insoles?

Discussion in 'Shoes and Apparel' started by palikero, Jun 14, 2006.

  1. palikero

    palikero Rookie

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    I think the cushioning in my Barricade III's are starting to die out. Anyone know any brand/model of replacable insoles that are made specifically for tennis or that others use for sports?

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  2. chess9

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    I'm using Spenco full-length insoles. Get your shoes at least 1 half size larger if you use it.

    -Robert
     
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  3. davidcal

    davidcal New User

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    I have had great results with the Sorbothane Ultrasole. In fact, I replace all the flimsy insoles in new shoes with these. It's the right blend of firmness and cushioning for me and I have noticed that I have not needed to buy the next size up which is a good thing 'cause they don't make a 13 1/2. They have also helped alleviate my minor bouts of plantar fasciatis.
     
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  4. nn

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    dr scroll sport insole
     
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  5. meh

    meh Semi-Pro

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    Hard or soft? I use Spenco full-length orthotics, but I need the arch support. For soft insoles, try a gel insole. I used both a generic brand and a Spenco one and they feel much nicer than stock insoles.
     
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