What is the difference between Ultracush and PopCush?
The PopCush insoles from Vans are quite similar in construction to previous “Ultracush” technology. The foamed PopCush soles are preshaped, have more material on the heel for cushioning and become slightly thinner towards the forefoot to maximize board feel.
Unlike the UltraCush models, ComfyCush sees the Era with a completely new interior. New one-piece construction complements the improved sole and adds tongue tie-downs to the mix for a better fit and feel. That one-piece interior even comes with improved arch support along with moisture-wicking lining
1.vans pop cush insoles
2.vans ultracush insoles
This replacement insoles for Vans Pro ultracush & Comfycush shoes ect.
3.Vans Ortholite Insoles
Shoe type: Athletic, Boots, Casual, Everyday, Hiking, Backpacking, & Military Boots, Sneakers
Activity type: Basketball, Tennis, and Court Sports, Gym & Workout, Running, Walking, Standing, Casual, Hiking & Outdoors, Industrial, Construction, & Work
Arch type: Low Arch
Pain relief: Achilles Tendinitis, Arthritis, Arch Pain & Arch Strain, Flat Feet & Fallen Arches, Foot Fatigue & Soreness, Heel Spur, Plantar Fasciitis, Shin Splints
Insoles designed to support the foot and minimize impact shock during high-impact court sports activities such as basketball and tennis.
Basketball, Tennis, & Court Sport Insoles are primarily designed to absorb much of the impact shock that results from running and jumping repeatedly, especially on hard surfaces. In particular, insoles for court sports feature gel or foam padding at both the heel and under the ball-of-foot, the two parts of the foot that experience the most impact shock from running and jumping. Additionally, these insoles feature a built-in arch support to prevent your arches from collapsing under strain, and minor to moderate cushioning to alleviate pressure on the feet while standing and moving.
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