Good inner soles (to replace worn out ones)

I need good inner soles as they wear out more quickly compared to the outer sole of my tennis shoes. The problem is most soles on the market are overkill, they offer you stability and a lot more but in the end they make your shoe shrink. So I got some basic soles by Rucanor (a b-brand) but imo they are a bit too rough causing too much friction giving me blisters. So any suggestions for good inner soles would be welcome.
 

rafa_prestige89

Professional
I need good inner soles as they wear out more quickly compared to the outer sole of my tennis shoes. The problem is most soles on the market are overkill, they offer you stability and a lot more but in the end they make your shoe shrink. So I got some basic soles by Rucanor (a b-brand) but imo they are a bit too rough causing too much friction giving me blisters. So any suggestions for good inner soles would be welcome.
This is pretty normal for me too, insoles lasts 2 months max...
 

innoVAShaun

Hall of Fame
When I get tired of moving my custom orthotics to every shoe, I end up just buying Powerstep insoles at the tennis store.
 

TypeRx

Semi-Pro
I've been using Kiwi Sport Insoles (like $8.50-$10) and they have served as a great insole in my Asics Court FFs. They add some weight and height relative to the factory insoles, but they definitely provide more cushion/support, are cheap, and much more durable than the very thin factory insoles.
 

ElwoodP

New User
For about the same money you could go to a podiatrist and get custom orthotic insoles. Every shoe will feel like it was made just for you. I have some that are 12 years old made from cork. I still wear them in my tennis shoe. The Spenco covered ones I get refreshed every two or three years. And with the Spenco covered style, you can choose from 4 levels of cushioning.
 

GoldenGriffs

New User
I have the same issue. My Insoles get holes near the balls of my feet and big toe. The insoles always wear out before the outsole. Usually within 3-4 months. All of the aftermarket insoles never fit properly and are usually too stiff for my liking.
 
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