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Can I put insoles in my cycling shoes?

Asked 3 years ago

Hey guys, I wear spin shoes for cycling and my feet are starting to hurt. I'm wondering if putting insoles in them would help. If so, how do I know which inserts would be good for cycling? Thanks.

Brady Woodward

Wednesday, July 21, 2021

If you wear spin shoes then you can certainly add insoles to them. Due to biking on different surfaces, your feet take stresses consistently through uneven areas, so injuries could happen. But after adding insoles in your spin shoes, it should give you better balance and it might minimize the chances of any major or minor injuries.

Nikhil Bauer

Sunday, March 13, 2022

Yes, you can. However, insert the insole towards the forefoot where the bodyweight concentrates. Alternatively, it could extend from the heel to just behind the toes (or be full length). It'll aid in effective pressure distribution in the foot. An example is the cycling metatarsal pad.

Rylan Hodge

Tuesday, July 26, 2022

Yes, an insole will help spread the body weight over the entire surface area of the heel, making cycling shoes more comfortable. The best orthotics for cycling will provide support and cushioning for the feet even through bumpy rides. Upstep orthotics come highly recommended for use in this regard.

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