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How Much Do You Know about Sports Basketball Insoles (2)

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How Much Do You Know about Sports Basketball Insoles (2)

Over this years, with the emphasis on sports health, more and more people around us have gradually paid attention to the insole. At the same time, with the development of materials technology, there also made out the insoles of new materials that let our choices be more variously. Now, let me introduce different insoles for you.

1. Air cushion Insole

In fact, the air cushion technology comes from the manufacturing process of the space suit. In the Apollo mission to the moon, scientists invented a group of pressure-resistant soft materials to soften the space suit liner, which should be complete, uniform in thickness and can withstand great pressure. A method of placing a high-pressure gas into a mold and then blowing a high-pressure gas into the mold is a "blow blow molding" technique. Later, sneaker manufacturers found that this process can help produce a complete upper efficiently, so it is widely used in the manufacture of sports shoes. The appearance of the air cushion enhances the cushioning performance of the sports shoes and reduces the weight of the shoes. 

Air cushion Insole

Experience:

Air cushion is actually quite tall in sports insole. At present, most of the air cushions we have seen are basically made by Nike. The use of insoles is even rarer.

I will introduce an insole with an air cushion which is showed above. PU is the main material of the insole, followed by a separate air cushion for motion cushioning. In fact, the air cushion insole has a relatively large feature relative to other cushioning materials. It is based on the compression characteristics of the gas itself. During the movement, it can completely absorb the impact force when jumping and landing. Besides, generate auxiliary resilience to provide maneuverability for re-initiating action. The insole with air cushion module is more heavy, because the air cushion is made of TPU material. And the heel is thick. Therefore, it is best to try on it when starting this type of insole. 

Breathable: ★

Springback: ★★★★☆

Protection: ★★★★

Non-slip: ★★

Lightweight: ★

Durable: ★★★★

Comprehensive recommendation index: ★★★

2. Ortholite Insole

Ortholite is actually a brand of insole, the density is 110 ~ 130 kg / cubic. The general hardness is 10-40 degrees (ASKER.C), with breathable, sweat-absorbing, deodorant, anti-mildew, antibacterial, good cushioning characteristics. Compared with environmentally-friendly high-polymerized cotton, it has better air permeability, lighter weight, water-resistant and more wear-resistant. 

Experience:

At present, all the good sneakers on the market will have a pair of ortholite insole. Of course, the reason is that it is breathable. ortholite insole’s breathability is really good, and the moisture absorption is also very strong.

Of course, in terms of various advantages, there are also some shortcomings. First of all, people who like support will definitely feel inadequate support. Second, because ortholite insole will wear off the granules (shoes are polished) for a long time, the back of the shoes are full of particles. But in generally, it is still very good. 

Breathable: ★★★★★

Rebound: ★

Protection: ★★★★

Non-slip: ★★★★

Lightweight: ★★★★★

Durable: ★★★

Comprehensive recommendation index: ★★★☆

3. Poron Insole

Poron brand polyurethane foam is a well-known trademark in the foam industry. The foam material has high density, fine & uniform cell structure, and excellent anti-compression deformation.

Experience :

Introducing a high-end material Poron, which has a strong buffering capacity, basically does not provide resilience. Insole manufacturers who currently used this material must be authorized to use. This material is often used for modularity, such as the forefoot and heel.

Breathable: ★★

Rebound: ★

Protection: ★★★★★

Non-slip: ★★★

Lightweight: ★★★☆

Durable: ★★★★

Comprehensive recommendation index: ★★★

4. Cork Insole

Cork, the main tree species for producing cork are Quercus Variabilis and Cork-Tissue. Plants that are 20 years old or older will have a breast diameter greater than 20 cm, which can be harvested for the first time. The resulting skin is also called the first skin. Afterwards, it is peeled off every 10 to 20 years. The obtained skin is called regenerated skin. And the skin thickness is 2 cm or more. Ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome used it to make fishing net floats, insoles, corks, etc. In addition, there is an unique process for making the world's top shoes which called "Goodyear Craft". And the insole part is made of cork. 

Cork Insole

Experience:

The overall wearing experience is not bad, and it also has better arch support to protect the feet. Since the base of the insole is soft wood (refer to the wine cork), the hardness is moderate. The cork has better sweat absorption characteristics. Besides, there is a middle layer of Ossola's material has excellent sweat absorption which also has a soft surface. At the same time, after a day of wearing, the insole will be shaped with the foot to fit more. However, the only drawback is that it cannot be brushed . Because it is a combination of cork particles. And it cannot be bent seriously.

Breathable: ★★★★★

Rebound: ★★★

Protection: ★★★★

Non-slip: ★★★★

Lightweight: ★★★★★

Durable: ★★★☆

Comprehensive recommendation index: ★★★☆ 

Above all, you can find there are various advantages and disadvantages with different types of insoles. According to the data, you can choose the best one for yourself.

 


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