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​What are the criteria for judging the quality of PU safety insoles?

2023-11-20

Today's people wear shoes whether for leisure and entertainment, sports, or work. In order to improve the comfort of contact between the soles of the feet and the soles of the shoes, and to maintain the hygiene of wearing shoes and improve the tightness of wearing shoes, many people will choose to wear shoes. PU safety insoles are added when wearing shoes. When people run or jump, they can play a buffering and shock-absorbing function. They have a good protective effect on people's feet and legs. They are also simple in structure, easy to carry, and have good performance. The cushioning function and flexible adaptability can effectively protect the feet and avoid injuries.



Nowadays, people wear shoes whether for leisure, sports or work. In order to improve the comfort of sole to sole contact, or to maintain the hygiene of wearing shoes, or to improve the tightness of wearing shoes, today's people will wear shoes when wearing shoes. Add insoles to shoes. When people run or jump, they can play the role of buffering and shock absorption, and have a good protective effect on people's feet and legs. The cushioning insoles have a simple structure, are easy to carry, and have good cushioning functions and flexibility. Adaptable, can effectively protect feet and avoid injuries.


But how to judge the quality of PU safety insoles when purchasing? As for the definition of good, medical standards have been given. The heel area of the PU safety insole should be 1-2 cm higher, so that the Achilles tendon can be relaxed and the front 1/3 of the sole can be bent, while the back 2/3 must have sufficient support because it is the plantar fascia area. strength, otherwise it is easy to get tired and injured. The heel area of the back should not be too soft. Use your thumb and index finger to pinch the heel to make it slightly harder to provide certain support for the heel and ankle. The heel of the PU safety insole should be elastic. Every time you take a step, 0.7-1.5 times of your body weight will fall on the sole of the foot, and then react to the ankle joint, knee joint, and even affect the cervical spine.


You may think that a pair of small PU safety insoles is not that important, but if you choose the right insole to wear, the impact force will be reduced a lot, and the damage to your feet will be reduced accordingly.