A NARROW, THIN, LIGHT INSOLE MADE POSSIBLE BY TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THE SKELETON OF THE FOOT
Conventional insoles have a bulky section to support the arch of the foot, making them unsuitable for narrow shoes like soccer shoes or dress shoes. The BMZ insole, on the other hand, uses the skeleton of the foot to provide support for the arch of the foot, so there is no need for bulky padding to support the arch of the foot. Not only does this improve the performance of your shoes, it means there are no restrictions on the type of shoes you can put them in.
IN SOCHI 2014, OUT OF THE EIGHT JAPANESE MEDAL WINNERS, FOUR OF THEM USED BMZ INSOLES.
TODAY, MORE THAN 150 ATHLETES IN MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL AND JAPAN PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE ARE USING BMZ INSOLES.
- When you use the BMZ insoles for the first time, you may experience muscle pain in your lower body. This is a natural reaction because muscles you don’t usually use are being flexed.
- It’s a good idea to set aside a period of time to get used to the BMZ insoles. Try using them for about 30 minutes a day at first. If the pain persists even after the break-in period, stop using them.