Insoles designed to provide rigid foot support and featuring a low-profile design for use in tight-fitting cycling shoes.
How to solve the most common foot pain problems for cyclists?
Many people will ignore their feet when riding a bicycle. When they have problems with their feet, they will find a solution. Of course, there are some simple solutions to temporarily eliminate the pain, but if you keep this state, the damage to the foot is very big. Then the most common types of foot pain for cyclists are generally divided into two categories: hotspots/frictional injuries and compressive injuries. Hot spots and blisters are usually produced by friction - sweating, and the swelling of the foot exerting a consistent rhythmic force on the foot almost guarantees friction and pressure damage to the soft tissue of the foot.
So fit shoes, high-quality sweat socks, non-slip insoles become very important. Then how do we reduce these injuries? We must lock our feet in the shoes to reduce the movement of the feet. From a biomechanical point of view, most bicycle shoes are as good as the foot pads, but the reality is that if the feet are not locked or moving the shoes during exercise, it can cause injury and inefficiency. Cyclists need their feet to be a rigid lever. The cycling shoe insoles must be rigid and biomechanical.
Overview of Cycling Insoles
Advantages of Cycling insoles
Cycling insoles typically feature a solid-bottomed, rigid insole to help protect your feet from pedal cleats as well as to provide arch support for your feet. These insoles feature a rigid arch support to prevent flexing of the insole while pedaling, and they come in a slim, low-profile design that makes them ideal for tighter cycling shoes. Cycling insoles are designed to additionally reduce strain and friction from foot movement within your shoes.
Cycling Insole forefoot and posterior heel for enhanced shock absorption, special shock and elastic materials to prevent damage during intense exercise, and through the elastic three-dimensional arch design, in addition to reducing sports injuries Can increase exercise performance. Particularly suitable for placement in cycling shoes, the special insole requires almost no time to adjust and polish, especially lightweight and durable.
Cycling is different from running or walking. It is not a forward sagittal advancement but a different type of foot movement. Cycling has different biomechanics, kinematics, strength and functional requirements. Thanks to the development of a special insole for cycling and improving the level of competition, as well as better fitness and foot protection, this professional insole is designed for cyclists or cyclists wearing cycling shoes. It is not suitable for wearing regular sports shoes while riding. This special manufacturing insole allows the user's heel, bow and forefoot structure to be properly supported, as it provides tailored comfort for your feet.
The deep heel cup creates a comfortable 3D wrap around the heel that helps cushion and minimizes the pressure on the heel. The arch pad ensures that the middle of your arch is effectively supported and provides effective support for the longitudinal, lateral and crossbow underneath the tibia.