Remind Insoles Cush Review on Poweredge

5 Mar

Poweredge Magazine put out a nice little review on our CUSH insole…

“Many people like low profile footwear that provides a loose and airy fit because their steps aren’t bogged down by excessive cushion, but most if not all low profile shoes are sorely lacking in the insole department.

Remind Insoles’ Cush Insoles originally struck me as only working in a functional capacity with snowboard boots or some shoe that truly required that you have a thicker insole. In both cases I’m right, but in my research I found that they work really well in low profile shoes, too. They work incredibly well in the Supra TK stacks. I loved skating those shoes with the Cush Insoles because I knew that when I landed it wasn’t going to hurt, and my ankles felt supported.

For the most cushion for the pushing replace your shoes’ stock, paper-thin insoles with the Cush. You’re going to notice that while walking your stride is better and while skating you’ll feel a major change in board feel with more security for your feet and ankles. The fact that they mold to your feet will make you feel like you’re wearing a brand new shoe made just for you. I brought out some old beaters to wear them in and you couldn’t tell me that my old worn shoes were a disgrace because I felt like I was wearing some brand new sneakers.

The reason for this lies is in the insole’s four-part construction. Combining varying types and amounts of foam and gel, they’ve created the ideal mix for a self forming shoe insert. The top layer is a thermo-forming rubberized foam and below that is a foam-gel mixture which molds to your feet’s dimensions. From your heel to the base of your toes is a layer of Viscoelastic gel that alleviates pressure points and provides superb support. The most interesting part of the insole is the deep-heel seat which features extra gel padding. It functions as a shock absorber but doubles as a source of stability.

People looking for a low-cost (under $30), highly orthotic insole solution, without using a syringe or some scissors, will love Remind Insoles’ products. No assembly required, and they work right out of the box. Within a week of wearing these insoles you’ll notice a major difference in your movements and it’s all due to having happy feet. When your feet are happy, you’re happy. When you’re happy, you skate better. When you skate better, you get hotter chicks, so stay reminded with Remind Insoles.”

Check out full article here



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