There are myriad types of insoles on the market. In addition to thermal insoles, charcoal insoles, barefoot insoles, gel insoles, sport insoles, and health insoles, there are also heel pads, gel pads, ball pads and toe protection pads. There are many different reasons that people use one of these kinds of insoles. Among other concerns, some individuals suffer from feet that get too cold in winter, while others, particularly those who stand or walk for long periods of time on a daily basis, desire a softer footbed.
Of course, certain insoles also absorb foot perspiration, which in turn causes them to repel unpleasant foot odour. Other insoles are specially made to support bare feet in shoes, while others still prevent feet from slipping inside shoes. All of the above still does not account for the entire spectrum of available insoles. However, it should suffice for an initial overview of the benefits that insoles can provide.
The German Bergal company is known on the market for its wealth of tradition. Staying true to its motto »wellness for the feet«, the company focuses entirely upon producing practical shoe inserts and insoles. These are available in visually appealing Newline packaging, tucked inside boxes. The company has been using this packaging method since the early 1990s, and in doing so setting standards in visual presentation and environmental friendliness. The attractive outer packaging also protects insoles from light exposure, which guarantees lasting high quality.
There is a broad selection of insoles available; you are sure to find the perfect insole to address whichever problem you face. Your shoes may change over the years, but your feet will remain the same—insoles ensure that your feet will always be comfortable in your new shoes.