Comments: I love these things! I have a nagging ankle injury so naturally it is the first thing to slow me down
when I get active. These help when I play and I use them in my everyday work shoes. I was turned onto these by my
brother and I can say, for sure, that they are the best insoles I have worn. I will slide a pair of grass cutting shoes on from
the garage and within an hour or so I feel that ankle bothering me. Didn't take me long to see what was going on. It's these
insoles. Worth every penny folks.
Comments: They are definitely on the thicker side, even on the forefoot. They have good cushioning and good
support (not sure about the placement of the arch support though). Biggest knock I have is that they bleed ink, especially
the big blue Cadence logo printed on the insoles. Can't wear any white or light colored socks with these!
Comments: These are absolutely the best insoles I have tried (and I have tried many)! Also, the customer
been superb. Thank you Tennis Warehouse for turning me onto them.
Comments: A little pricey for me, but gave them a try anyway and I'm glad I did. Just like Justin said in his
"My search for the perfect insole has finally ended." Got them yesterday and tried them this morning -- played 2 1/2 hours
tennis and my feet are thanking me!
Comments: Bought these during the recent TW Happy hour and couldn't be happier with my purchase. I
the Lunar Ballistecs, and they had a little extra volume for my foot. After putting the insoles in, the shoe fit perfectly.
These add a
good level of support without overcorrecting, while also adding some cushioning. Use aftermarket insoles in all of my
these are some of the best I've used.
Comments: Ok first off, these insole replacements are comfortable, but for me, they are too thick for my liking.
am a US11 by normal standards, I am using both Nike Court Ballestics 3.3 and 4.3 in a size US 12 and 11.5 respectively.
put the insoles in, it is awfully tight, I have to wear a very thin dress sock, I cannot wear my normal Nike Elite Crew sock as
foot can't even go in comfortably. I even tried this with a US 11.5 Barricade 7.0. My suggestion is, if possible try these
your normal tennis shoes before buying.
Comments: Before I bought these, every time I played I was limping away with a Sore Achilles on both sides.
have been life saver. They also fill a bit more volume than the standard insole that comes with your shoe. So, if your shoes
bit roomy, you can replace your current insoles with these or add these on top to fill even more space.
Comments: My search for the perfect insole has finally ended. After trying several brands like Spenco, Sole,
and Superfeet. I have never been fully satisfied with the level of comfort, especially after a long day of teaching or playing
court. Having a flat foot I first experienced severe heel pain in the Barricade V's back in 2008 and that's how my whole
quest started. I currently use the Nike Air Court Ballistec 4.3's and my size 12 Cadence fits perfectly into them. For any
athlete or person concerned about the comfort and support for your feet at a very reasonable cost, definitely give Cadence
a try and I guarantee you won't regret it!
Comments: First off, I ordered my pair of Cadence on a Tuesday and they
were delivered on Thursday as promised, so thanks Tennis Warehouse! A
friend of mine who plays tennis recommended Cadence Insoles to me and TW
had the best price so I thought I'd try them. He says they helped with
the foot issues he was having and loves their support and cushion and
won't wear anything else. I don't have any foot issues but play
basketball and hike and have used every other insole out there. I
haven't yet seen these so thought I'd give them a try. I'm happy I did.
They're great, with just the right amount of support and cushion for me. The
support feels better than others but they're much more comfortable, not
that hard feeling. I've only had them a few days but I am sold!
Problem now is that my son took them and likes them so much he won't
give them back. So I'm ordering a second pair.