Happy Wednesday! This week I’m writing to you from Minneapolis. It’s a really cool city and you should definitely check it out!
Today I want to talk to you about Enertor Insoles! Enertor reached out to me earlier this year to see if I would be interested in trying out their insoles. Truth be told, I have tried two other types insoles in the past and I was not happy with the results. Either my feet would ache or it would just feel very uncomfortable. That being said, I still decided to research the company and was surprised to see that Usain Bolt uses their insoles. I thought “If it’s good enough for Usain Bolt, I can certainly give them a try”! Let’s just say that after running 80+ miles with these insoles, I’m loving the results.
Fun Facts about Enertor Insoles
– Powered by patented D3O® technology – the insoles recycle 36%* of every stride’s energy, and reduce shock by 44%*.
*as validated by a leading independent test house
– Insoles do not come in half sizes, but you can cut them down to fit your sneakers.
– The insoles can last as long as 18 months (usually 6x longer than premium insoles).
– Enertor offers a one-year warranty against any defects.
– Insoles can be transferred from sneaker to sneaker.
– There is no limit of body weight placed onto the insoles.
– The insoles will help people with flat feet or high arches.
– This is the only insole worn and endorsed by Usain Bolt.
I think the D30 technology is the main reason I love these insoles. As a runner that needs a support sneaker (shout out to Mizuno Wave Inspire!), I love that this technology reduces shock absorbtion. It also provides extra cushioning on impact. I think it’s best to see this technology in action. Take a look at the video below:
My Experience with Enertor Insoles
After doing a mix of both shorter and longer runs in the insoles, I’m very happy with how they feel. Here are my observations:
My running seemed more “balanced”. I think that I tend to favor one side over another when I run (due to weak hips), but during my runs I just felt more balanced, like I was pushing off both feet equally.
The first mile wasn’t hell. Usually with my runs the first mile is hard, like so hard. I just feel like my legs take a while to get adjusted to what I want to do. I noticed that this wasn’t the case with the insoles. I felt “ready to go” within the first quarter mile.
Less foot pain. It’s not that my foot is in pain, but sometimes after a run it would feel a little sore. I’ve noticed a drastic decrease in this since using the insoles
If you’re interested in trying out these insoles, I have a discount code for you! Save $10/£10/€10 with code KOOKY10
If you try the insoles let me know. I would love to know that you think!