Cadence Original

CADENCE
Supportive, comfortable orthotic designed by Cadence Insoles, cushioned to relieve plantar fasciitis aches and pains in your feet and legs. Semi-rigid support with cushion.
$38.20 $44.95

Customer Reviews

Based on 63 reviews
86%
(54)
6%
(4)
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(1)
6%
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Anne Ireland
Only insoles I can wear

I walk 6 miles 4 times a week and these insoles protect my knees so well. I wear Hoka Bondi which have the most cushion but these insoles make an even greater difference. I’ve used these insoles for many years now

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Sue Anderson
Relief!

I've hiked 4 times in the first week after receiving these insoles and my heel pain is fading fast. The local fitness hike is 3 mile round trip, altitude gain of 1000 ft and a mix of gravel road, dirt trails and clambering up and down rocks. In the past the heel pain on the last downhill mile was limping bad. Not now! My feet have felt better every day and no pain on the day after. This is huge. I've tried other insoles over the years and these are by far the best.

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Nancy Hostetter
great inserts

Seems crazy to buy expensive athletic shoes and then outfit them with pricey insoles, but it's worth it to keep my feet happy. Other parts of my 69 year old body might be squawking at me, but these things keep my feet pretty happy. They have a more cushioned heel than superfeet which seems to help my resolving case of plantar fasciitis.

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Jerry Pierce
Not Impress

It's pretty much like tires you continue to buy or should I say oil change. They start out good but don't last long especially when you are working in places like myself (Airport) being on your foot all day long. Yes I have three different pairs of shoes costing me around 600 or better and then I still have to wear these insoles changing them out also. Shocking on how they make products these days. My personal opinion is there aren't any SHOE or Insoles going to save your FEET.

D
Daniel Hazen (rabbitsinthebush)
Feet survival

These keep my feet going.

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

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  • Is the shell or any other part of these hard plastic?

    The stability plate on the bottom of the insole which supports the arch is a firm plastic. There is a full length high quality cushion on top of this.  There is also a cushioned crash pad for the heel.

  • how thick in heel?

    These insoles are about 1/2" thick in the heel.  It is best to use them in shoes that have a removable liner.

Customer Reviews

Based on 63 reviews
86%
(54)
6%
(4)
0%
(0)
2%
(1)
6%
(4)
A
Anne Ireland
Only insoles I can wear

I walk 6 miles 4 times a week and these insoles protect my knees so well. I wear Hoka Bondi which have the most cushion but these insoles make an even greater difference. I’ve used these insoles for many years now

S
Sue Anderson
Relief!

I've hiked 4 times in the first week after receiving these insoles and my heel pain is fading fast. The local fitness hike is 3 mile round trip, altitude gain of 1000 ft and a mix of gravel road, dirt trails and clambering up and down rocks. In the past the heel pain on the last downhill mile was limping bad. Not now! My feet have felt better every day and no pain on the day after. This is huge. I've tried other insoles over the years and these are by far the best.

N
Nancy Hostetter
great inserts

Seems crazy to buy expensive athletic shoes and then outfit them with pricey insoles, but it's worth it to keep my feet happy. Other parts of my 69 year old body might be squawking at me, but these things keep my feet pretty happy. They have a more cushioned heel than superfeet which seems to help my resolving case of plantar fasciitis.

J
Jerry Pierce
Not Impress

It's pretty much like tires you continue to buy or should I say oil change. They start out good but don't last long especially when you are working in places like myself (Airport) being on your foot all day long. Yes I have three different pairs of shoes costing me around 600 or better and then I still have to wear these insoles changing them out also. Shocking on how they make products these days. My personal opinion is there aren't any SHOE or Insoles going to save your FEET.

D
Daniel Hazen (rabbitsinthebush)
Feet survival

These keep my feet going.