Once again, the floor is open for your questions. I cannot promise I can help you, but after running for 30 years, I've learned a few things about running along the way. And the fine folks at Ortholite have offered to provide one last insole to the person who's question I use.
Did you know that Ortholite insoles are designed to fit all athletic and outdoor shoes or boots, and made with open-cell foam, allowing air to circulate around the foot, keeping it cooler and drier inside the shoe? Or maybe you didn't know that it wicks moisture away from your foot leaving your foot cooler and drier, employing its unique spring-back technology ensures that your insole won’t flatten out and it will retain over 95% of its thickness over time. And get this, their patented anti-microbial formulation (approved by the EPA and FDA) fights fungus, bacteria and shoe odor, and its fully lightweight and fully washable.
And allowing me to give away another insole proves two things about Ortholite. They are certainly rather generous and they clearly do not read this blog.
So please don't hesitate submit your question either by leaving a comment, or sending me an e-mail. No question is too basic, fundamental, or esoteric. Look forward to hearing from you!
(Ortholite provided the product information and the insole.)
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