Why would I use in­soles?


T3 - - Gadget Guru -

If you can spend a lit­tle ex­tra money to make your shoes more com­fort­able, make your feet health­ier and save your spine some im­pact pun­ish­ment, in­soles are a no-brainer. Guru’s crunchy old knees have ben­e­fit­ted from such med­i­cated in­soles.

You’ll prob­a­bly want to try a few to see what suits you and your footwear best. GaGu’s cur­rent top picks are the gel-tas­tic Pro11 Well­be­ing Orthotic in­soles (£6), the im­pact-re­sis­tant Sor­both­ane Dou­ble Strike (around £20), and Foot­print’s rad­i­cal range of skate­board­ing in­soles (from £20). Want clever? Check out the Dig­it­sole Warm Se­ries Smart Heat­ing In­soles (£169.99), which will keep your feet toasty whilst count­ing steps and calories burned.

“In­soles are a no-brainer. Guru’s crunchy old knees have long ben­e­fitt ed from such medic ated in­soles”

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