Visco-Kinetic® Insole Inserts

IMPACT TESTING – Independent drop tests comparing ShockBlockers® Insole Inserts and other insoles with shock-absorbing features show ShockBlockers® Insole Inserts offer 20% more shock absorption.

ShockBlockers® Insole Inserts feature a polymer that reads the temperature and pressure of the foot. The polymer reconfigures its molecular structure to mold to the foot and increase shock absorption and support dramatically.

This special polymer outperforms vinyl sponge, neoprene sponge, sponge rubber, and latex foams in side-by-side drop weight tests. Its micro-cellular structure resists shearing forces that cause conventional insoles to squash flat.


ShockBlockers® Insole Inserts
Impact Drop Test Results

ShockBlockers® Insole Inserts Avg. Delta G’s 106
All Other Insoles Avg. Delta G’s  134
ShockBlockers® Insole Inserts Avg. Max +G’s 87
All Other Insoles Max +G’s 110
ShockBlockers® Insole Inserts Percentage Improvement in Shock Absorption 20.6%

WHAT THESE NUMBERS MEAN — The Delta G figures represent the difference between positive and negative rebounding. ShockBlockers® Insole Inserts obtained the best performance with the lowest positive rebounding (Max +G's). Positive rebounding measures how many times gravity is multiplied during impact. In both cases, the lower the number, the better.

Multiple factors may affect the life of ShockBlockers® Insole Inserts including, but not limited to: usage, frequency of usage and care. Guarantee does not cover misuse such as putting them through a washer and/or dryer, trimming errors, and natural wear and tear.