Playing football involves a high risk to damaging your feet. Not only through the illegal tackles your friends try to shrug off after a Saturday match, but through the impact that you feet are suffering through with every game you play. Playing on turf reduces this pressure a little due to the softer nature of the ground, but has its own risks. Using a Football Insole helps to provide support and stability for your feet, cushioning and protecting them during a game.
Football is a high impact sport that runs a high risk of injuries to the feet. This risk comes not only from dangerous tackles but the impact that comes from the sport itself. Running on a pitch provides shock that radiates through the feet, ligaments and tendons, causing damage if the right level of support is not provided. Football Insoles can help reduce the shock, turning it back to energy and cushioning the foot from the impact that comes with sprinting on a hard surface.
Although playing on turf does have a softer surface compared to a hard pitch, it has its own risk. There is always the possibility of studs getting caught in the turf, running the risk of damaging your toe should you fall. Wearing a Football Insole helps to protect the metatarsal bones by providing that extra layer between the shoe and foot, protecting the toe if you should fall forward.
Football Insoles can help improve your performance by reducing the worry over potential injuries and damage to your feet. There is a wide range of Football Insoles available through Shoe Insoles, meaning you can find the ones that are best suited to meet your needs and requirements. There is also a wide range of sizes so you can ensure the fit is suited for your feet.
If you require more information about the range of Football Insoles, please contact the support team on 020 7501 1102 or via the contact page found through this website.
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