Good insoles for badminton

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  1. s_mair

    s_mair Regular Member

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    Great review, thanks a lot! Haven't noticed those Enertors anywhere yet. Not cheap, but if the quality and performance fits the price, then so be it. And interesting that the cheap Scholl Sport come in second place in your personal ranking.
     
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    Yeah well for me, having something thin enough trumps everything else so in my eyes, the only viable ones are the Enertor Comfort, Scholl Sport and Sorbothane Sorbo Pro. The Scholl Sport is surprisly decent for a £10 insole, but not the same level as Enertor and I'm happy to pay extra for that. If the Scholl Sport had a flat profile and was actually big enough for my shoes I would probably rank it first especially given the price. The Sorbo Pro is the least comfortable of the 3 because of the profile.

    I'll try and use the Enertor Comfort and Scholl Sport equally but I guess it'll be a while to see how they hold up long term. The Enertor *should* last longer because of the material but we'll see.
     
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    thank you, I will be looking to try a pair of these next month
     
  4. Raju

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    Thank you for this information. I am looking for insoles with great cushioning and arch support as well. Which one would you recommend out these?
    I currently use Victor P8510 shoes and never replaced insoles till now. They were great untill they became flat. I replaced them with victor VT-XD10 and even after proper stretching and less intense games over the week I start to get posterior shin splints, which are really annoying.
     
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    I quote myself from the previous page. Bought a douzen insoles until I made this. I will never buy any "walmart" sole for everyone anymore. One will work for others perfect, for others not. We are all different, have a different body, different feet. Highly recommend to go for customs. Don't be afraid of the high price. It's worth every penny and made all my pain go away. I noticed that I trained my feet with them that the flat arch is also no use, when I walk with socks, barefoot.

     
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    I would love to, but the options for custom stuff are very rare where I live and I am sure it will cost 5x more.
     
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    Victor is campaigning their mid-sole, sounds amazing. Do they sell insoles?
     
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    Yes they sell insole.
    XD-8, XD-10, XD-11.
    Not sure whats the difference between the 3.
     
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    I am also looking for them, but i havent seen them anywhere online yet.
    Technology looks good and wraps all around your foot.
     

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