EVA (ethylene-vinyl acetate) and PU (polyurethane) are two common materials used in the production of insoles. While they share some similarities, there are notable differences between EVA and PU insoles.
An EVA insole is an insole made from a foam material called ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA). EVA is a lightweight and flexible material that is commonly used in the production of footwear, including insoles. EVA foam is known for its cushioning and shock-absorbing properties, making it a popular choice for providing comfort and support to the feet.