If you wish to advertise on our site, please contact the advertising department and inform them on what pages and in what positions and in what form would like to see your ad. Last summer I blogged about Cadence Insoles.  I have mine embedded in my Vasque Breeze hiking boots and love them. Unrelated thought worth quoting: “I was sad because I had no shoes, until I met a man who had no feet. 2 Responses to Cadence Insoles — the best insoles out there for your hiking this summer. As far as orthotics or insoles go, I had previously used a similarly cushioned and supportive insole (Superfeet) and did find that it helped over other insoles, but ultimately the problem was the shoes themselves.


Since I’ve used minimalist footwear on walks, runs, hikes, my knees hurt less, my arches are less likely to feel stiff and tired (because they actually get to stretch out and spring back when moving), and when I encounter those pesky smooth rocks, my foot can just curve around them and distribute the pressure the same way I would if I were barefoot, rather than sliding off them and rolling an ankle or tweaking my knee.
Of course, I’m not recommending people go and hike Half Dome for the first time barefoot or in minimalist shoes. But I really do believe that insoles will not fix flaws in shoe design and lack of strength in your own feet!
I know we are born with unshorn feet, but humans for 50,000+ years have been wearing some sort of foot coverings (shoes). On hikes I prefer the solid shank so that I can step on pointed granite and not be fatigued.


To refresh you, Cadence is a small business run by a Physical Therapist from Southern California.
It had just enough protection (1mm rock plate, toe bumper, sturdy Vibram rubber soles) without restricting my movement, a roomy toe box for toe splay, mesh upper so it breathed and stretched to my feet, and a sole that would move and flex as my foot would. Funny thing was, they were a sturdy pair of Merrell’s (again) traditional hiking boots that I’d paid a pretty penny for as well!




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