Excellent Fit

Comfort, cushioning and stability
With extra arch and forefoot support
Brings both hollow and flat foot into correct position

  • POLIYOU® sole with mesh top layer: breathable, antibacterial, ESD, shock and moisture absorbing. Cool and dry
  • Extra cushioning heel and ball of the foot. More energized
  • Extensive foot arch support. Stable
  • Extra support for the forefoot. Optimal support and a pleasant gait cycle. Reduces tendon and forefoot complaints

Excellent Fit inlay soles provide extra cushioning for the heel and ball of the foot, have a Suedetec covering layer for good moisture distribution and are antibacterial. They absorb shocks (++) and offer extra support (+++) for the heel and forefoot. This insole does not always provide the right support for you during a long working day. For example, if you have foot problems. In such cases, special inlay soles offer just that little bit of extra support, comfort and shock absorption.

Click here to discover for which safety shoes Excellent Fit inlay soles are suitable to ensure that your safety shoes stay perfectly certified.

Characteristics

Suedetec

POLIYOU®

35-37, 38-40, 41-43, 44-46, 47-49

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ESD, Extra cushioning

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