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Sorbothane Shock-Stopper Heel Pads

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  1. Sorbothane Shock-Stopper Heel Pads
  2. Absorbs harmful shockwaves as you walk
  3. Prevents and treats Achilles Tendonitis and shin splints
  4. Odour and moisture control technology
  5. Unisex and available in UK sizes 3 to 13

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SKU: 82188

Description

Replacement insoles with Sorbothane comfort

New improved Sorbothane Heel Pads are scientifically proven to absorb harmful shock waves associated with foot strike. Shockwaves are created every time your feet strike the ground, causing damage to joints, muscles, ligaments and tendons.

Sorbothane’s unique visco-elastic material mimics the characteristics of human flesh, and at the moment of impact changes shape to disperse shockwaves sideways.

Recommended by medical professionals, Sorbothane Shock-Stopper Heel Pads provide pure shock absorption at the heel, where most impact occurs, for protecting from and treatment for Achilles Tendonitis, shin splints and other foot conditions.

Sorbothane’s total control top sheet contains advanced, antibacterial Nano Silver technology to kill bacteria on contact, wicking moisture away from skin and managing odour for optimal hygiene and comfort.

Sorbothane Shock-Stopper Heel Pads are easy to fit into all kinds of shoes, and provide firm support and comfort as an ideal solution to the everyday need for heel protection.

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