Using EVA as the footbed in an insole has now become common practice due to the supportive and comforting nature of the material. It is a foam-based material, lending itself naturally to supportive properties of an insole. EVA Insoles are ideal as a shock-absorber, protecting the foot from impact with the ground and helping to protect the joints and ligaments in the foot.
EVA - Ethylene Vinyl Acetate - originally was used in sporting insoles. This is due to the shock-absorption qualities of the foam based material, protecting the foot and ankle from the impact that comes from the foot striking the ground. This was so successful that EVA Insoles began to develop across a variety of different styles. EVA is a foam based material, meaning it lends itself well to being supportive and comfortable when used in an insole. The supportive nature of EVA Insoles means they are suitable for helping a number of different conditions that feet might be affected with.
There is an extensive range of EVA Insoles available from Shoe Insoles. They come in a number of different styles and lengths. As EVA Insoles are available for a number of different conditions, this range ensures that you can find the right insole that best suits your needs. Whether you are after a full-length insole or whether a 3/4 length one will be more ideal for your needs, there is an EVA Insole available.
There is also a range of sizes available for the EVA Insoles. It is important to get an insole that matches your shoe size (or is the equivalent) for ill-fitted insoles do not allow your feet to rest in natural positions and this stops the insole from being able to provide the support needed.
If you require any further information about the range of EVA Insoles at Shoe Insoles, please contact our support team on 020 7501 1102 or via the website.
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