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It is derived from the insole of sports shoes, but it is cast into an arc at the bottom of the sole with eva styrofoam. In addition to the cheapest price, it basically has no performance at all. Most of the original hiking boots use this insole.
2) Water pine insole
As early as hundreds of years ago, Europeans have discovered that cork is one of the good materials for making insoles. The advantages of cork pine are light, soft and comfortable, and have natural breathability. The biggest advantage is that it will automatically adjust to the most suitable shape according to the curvature of your feet to ensure fit. The traditional cork insole is made by cutting natural cork into an arc shape of the sole of the foot with a knife, but the modern method has been converted to die-casting. But because the cork is too soft, besides being comfortable, it can't provide support or other functions. In addition, cork insoles are not cheap.
3) Medium supporting insole
This is also the original insole of some high-end hiking boots. It is a normal eva insole with a curved hard rubber support on the heel part, so that it has a better performance in terms of support and stability.
4) Highly supporting insole
It is a product between ordinary insoles and orthopedic insoles. It is a heel support after adding a precise arc on the eva insole, and the support range extends to the mid palm, which has better support and stability. The highest rated among insoles currently sold independently.
5) Shock-absorbing insole
It is a shock-absorbing material such as gel or air cushion added to the heel and forefoot of the ordinary eva foam insole, which is most suitable for running or other similar strenuous exercises. In fact, shock-absorbing insoles are not designed for hikers, because the impact of each step of the hiking step is not so strong, but stability and support are the most needed functions of hiking boots.
6) orthopedic shoe insoles
If unfortunately your sole is injured and the pain is uncomfortable when walking, then ask a podiatrist to tailor a pair of orthopedic insoles for your sole. Among all kinds of insoles, orthopedic shoe insoles are the most ideal, because they are tailor-made for your feet, and fit your feet in terms of curvature, softness and hardness.