Every great piece of footwear is exponentially enhanced by the insole you put in them. Well, Skellerup knows a thing or two about that. And they’ve been developing footwear technology that enhances shoes and work boots since 1910, which can be seen in these Skell ... (see full details) (see specifications) #SKLFM14.
Every great piece of footwear is exponentially enhanced by the insole you put in them. Well, Skellerup knows a thing or two about that. And they’ve been developing footwear technology that enhances shoes and work boots since 1910, which can be seen in these Skellerup Men's FM14 Earthtec Wool Felt Insoles.
The strength of these Earthtec insoles lies in their extensive range of reliable, dependable, quality products. And these men's insoles are the perfect example of those qualities that working people around the world have come to reply upon.
Anatomically designed polyurethane innersoles with arch support for supreme comfort, these Skellerup Insoles are suitable for any footwear. And the 6mm Kiwi felt innersole, made in New Zealand from wool, will be sure to keep your feet warm and comfortable on even the coldest day - so they’re ideal for use in work boots.
Get a pair of these Skellerup Men's FM14 Earthtec Wool Felt Insoles today and add to your working day in the best and most comfortable way.
These insoles are nice thick wool. Perfect for winter time to keep the cold from entering your boots, but offer no other support. If you work or play in a cold climate these will help keep your feet warm. They will also trim nicely to fit perfectly. The problem is they will slip around in your boot. They need some silicone grips on 1 side so they will stay put. I use a couple dollops of silicone glue and let it set once I get them sized for the boots. They will also take up some extra room in your footwear so size accordingly.
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3 out of 5
I bought these insoles for an older pair of Tony Lama boots that are smooth on the inside. the insoles do a good job of absorbing some of the shock, but slip around a bit inside the boot. It's not enough to be a big problem, just a little irritating. I'm sure they'd do better in more traditional boots.