Anyone tried Sorbothane insoles?

Shlove

New User
I want to try these since they seem to be very cushioning however I am not sure if they are too heavy which I would not want.
 
I have used both Sorbothane Classic Full Sole Insoles and Sorbothane Maximum Duty Work Insoles. A classic insole is thin with a full bed of Sorbothane material and you can use with your existing insole or use alone (create little more room in the shoe if used alone)

Maximum duty insoles need to be used as replacement insole. You have to remove factory insoles otherwise you need to go a size up to accommodate both. I recommend use maximum as the only insole in your shoes and classic + regular insole for maximum comfort and cushioning. It will increase the weight of your shoes and maybe size depending on your model.
 

Shlove

New User
I have used both Sorbothane Classic Full Sole Insoles and Sorbothane Maximum Duty Work Insoles. A classic insole is thin with a full bed of Sorbothane material and you can use with your existing insole or use alone (create little more room in the shoe if used alone)

Maximum duty insoles need to be used as replacement insole. You have to remove factory insoles otherwise you need to go a size up to accommodate both. I recommend use maximum as the only insole in your shoes and classic + regular insole for maximum comfort and cushioning. It will increase the weight of your shoes and maybe size depending on your model.
Have you tried SorboAir and can you compare with your suggestions? I want cushioning but also want to keep the weight reasonable since its for playing tennis not casual wear.
 
Have you tried SorboAir and can you compare with your suggestions? I want cushioning but also want to keep the weight reasonable since its for playing tennis not casual wear.
sorboair will be similar to maximum duty work insoles (maybe lighter). I used both insoles to play tennis not for work shoes (no reason for me to report on a tennis forum :laughing::laughing:

most of the aftermarket insoles will add weight as factory insoles (most of them) are junk.
 

Ronaldo

Bionic Poster
Do not sleep on Tuli Roadrunner insoles. Not Sorbothane but great cushioning and add weight like the SorboAir insoles.
 

Shlove

New User
sorboair will be similar to maximum duty work insoles (maybe lighter). I used both insoles to play tennis not for work shoes (no reason for me to report on a tennis forum :laughing::laughing:

most of the aftermarket insoles will add weight as factory insoles (most of them) are junk.
Gonna give it a go then. All other insoles I tried flatten out too quick. Does sorbothane wear quickly?
 
Gonna give it a go then. All other insoles I tried flatten out too quick. Does sorbothane wear quickly?
Classic won't increase your shoe size. Maximum duty gives provide comfortable feel but make sure your current shoe is not a very tight fit with factory insole.

Maximum last me 6 to 9 months and classic using since Jan-18 with factory insole (sorbo at bottom)
 
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