A life span of foot insoles in case of normal wear and tear should be around 6 - 9 months. However if you are on your foot most of the times the insoles may last from 3-6 months.
In order to clean your insoles you must use a mild soap and water with nylon brush and scrub, but do not saturate insoles with water. Air-dry overnight. Remove your insoles from your shoes each night so that air can dry each side of the insoles. This is important especially if you perspire heavily.
Insoles are good for Plantar Fasciitis as they provide that extra layer of protection and comfort to your feet. The deep, structured heel cup of insoles cradles the soft tissue of your heel to provide an extra layer of protection from hard surfaces.
The Drop of an insole is the thickness of the stabilizer cap—this thickness varies depending on the insole style.
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