light grey camo
footprint game changers insoles provide dampening of up to 95% of impact energy. be it on a skateboard, snowboard, hiking or just a long day of work, after a few hours your feet may feel sore. depending on your specific type of feet, to be more precise if you have a low, mid or high arch, you may profit from some more dampening or and/or some more support
game changers are custom heat moldable, that means you can mold them diy at home, using your kitchen oven to heat them, then wear them around the house:
these game changers low insoles are 3 mm thick, so they work best in shoes that came with similarly thick insoles. if your shoes came with very thick insoles you can still put 3 mm soles inside, but your shoes will fit bigger (possibly too big). if that may be an issue please get the 5 mm insoles instead (that’s the dark grey camo variant I sadly don’t stock at the moment). game changers or orthotic insoles are recommended if you have a low to mid arch. if you have a high arch please consider getting some kingfoam flat insoles
kingfoam is patented material that looks like any other foamy insole, but here’s how it works:
1. Heat in the Oven
Heating to 110° Celsius for 8-10 minutes causes the inner arch chamber to soften and expand allowing the insole to take the exact shape of any arch.
2. Molding Process
The insole takes the unique shape of the foot and becomes firm as it cools down. Firm enough to truly support the skeletal structure.
- Place in shoe and walk for a dynamic mold
- Stand on the insole for solid mold
- Sit and apply moderate pressure for an arch building mold
3. Enjoy the Benefits of a real custom orthotic
Normally,as the muscles in your foot get tired or when taking heavy impacts, your arches will start to collapse. This leaves you prone to injury and soreness as your joints stop working in alignment.
- increase balance
- stop the arch from collapsing (overpronation)
- increase performance time
- prevent arthritis from uneven cartilage wear
- prevent acute injury such as torn ACL
4. Remold to new shoes
Many shoes have different widths so buying a custom orthotic from a lab will achieve different results in different shoes.
Gamechangers can simply be remolded to new shoes.