North American Healthcare Heat Reflecting Insoles
- Thermal insoles to help keep feet warm and cosy
- Thermal shoe insoles with triple layer construction for optimum comfort
- Hi-tech aluminium barrier
- Air-spring foam to absorb impact
- Can be trimmed to fit inside any footwear
Keep chilblains at bay this winter with these hi-tech Heat Reflecting thermal Insoles.
In cold temperatures your body has to ensure your vital organs are kept warm, so it tends to reduce blood flow to the extremities. That’s why in cold weather your hands and feet tend to feel the lower temperatures the most. If it’s snowy or icy, your feet are even more likely to lose heat as a result of walking on the freezing cold ground, and become vulnerable to frostbite and chilblains.
These heat reflecting thermal Insoles have a triple-layer construction to provide you with warmth and comfort. The top layer is made from aluminium, which reflects heat back up towards your foot rather than letting it dissipate like normal shoes do. The second layer is air-spring foam which helps to absorb impact with each step. The third layer is thick, absorbent felt which offers added comfort and support to your foot.
If you spend lots of time walking in cold temperatures, these insoles are an essential to help you protect your feet, not only from cold temperatures but also to help reduce aches and pains. You will cut the insoles to fit your shoes; each one has a shoe size guide on the back to help you do this.
People with diabetes will often experience the sensation of freezing cold feet as a side-effect of the condition. It can be tempting to apply intense heat to the feet in order to warm them up again, but this can be dangerous as the sufferer cannot feel if the heat is too intense and leaves themselves vulnerable to burns. Heat Reflecting Insoles are the perfect solution as they help to maintain gentle heat throughout the foot in order to prevent it feeling cold.
These insoles are designed to fit footwear of any size, including indoor slippers, outdoor boots and wellingtons. They are one-size fits all and should be trimmed to the correct size; a shoe-size guide on the reverse side of the insole will help you do this.
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