Which insoles do you recommend?

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  1. rk_sports

    rk_sports Hall of Fame

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    I have a slightly pronated feet and I use insole to reduce the impact on other parts of leg. Only issue, I've with them is that they are hard with smoother material on top - so, what this does is.. make it a little slippery within the shoe when I use nice smooth socks

    On my little search on this forum, I got this one -- polysorb .. but seems expensive
    http://www.spenco.com/polysorb_1.shtml


    What insoles do you use? you like them?
     
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  2. Ronaldo

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    I used the flat Spenco insole over my hard orthotic to stop the slippage. Even flat Odor-eaters work well.
     
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  3. Hominator

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    I use those green Spenco Polysorb insoles in all my shoes. I've found that those insoles cushion the best. Those insoles plus thick (level 3) Thorlo socks feel luxurious.
     
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  4. LafayetteHitter

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    SOLE are the best, setup properly you can have a 40 dollar pair of insoles that are almost equal to a 300 custom set.
     
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  5. CHOcobo

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    i use sorbothane elite on the botton for arc support and "sof comfort work insoles" from wal-mart for cushion on the top.

    if i stand on hard ground my feet gets inflamed in less than 5 minutes. sof comfort work insoles is the only insoles that will let my feet last much longer than 2 hours. i use it for work too now. long lasting comfort with these. love them.

    sorbothane have very nice arc support but it alone won't let my feet last 20min. i need that sof comfort on top. i never used those SOLE before, which look nice.

    i've had many insoles setup in the past year and finally find the right one for my feet. i can run and stand for much longer thanks to the cushion of sof comfort.
     
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  6. jazzyfunkybluesy

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    What is the best deal on insoles?
     
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  7. Jim A

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    +1 on that, and they have thicker models and for players with high volume feet such as myself the thin ones that allow for the benefit and proper fit..

    I've used them in my hockey skates for a number of years and when I had some issues with my dress shoes tossed some slim's in there and much better...
     
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  8. logicflawed

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    I use this brand called "10 SECONDS." They are a 3/4 length arch support that has a good amount of cushion, and doesn't take up much room in my shoe, still allowing me to wear my ASO's in my cageII's.
     
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