The sheepskin innersoles that come with your Fireside slippers adhere to the sole. If you find they wear down over time and would like to replace them, then you can pull them out of the stitching by hand (it takes a little elbow grease) and insert this product into your slipper.
These fluffy insoles for slippers are lined with a very thin layer of foam rubber to keep them from bunching up and to help them fit securely along the lining inside your shoes. No gluing or adhesive is necessary—just slip them in and you're ready to go!
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No. These innersoles are lined with a thin layer of foam-like material at the base. This gives them a little stiffness to prevent them from curling up and helps them stay in place, but it does block grounding connectivity so they are not recommended for earthing.
Not exactly. While the fleece on our innersoles is incredibly soft, keeps feet warm and naturally wicks moisture, the fibers will lie flat under the weight of feet. So cushioning is very minimal. Our shoemaking philosophy includes the belief that cushioning in shoes is unnatural and acts as a crutch that weakens feet over time, and our sheepskin innersoles were selected to uphold this standard. We understand that not everyone shares this belief, and also that our shoes are not meant for all people. Nonetheless, we have heard from countless customers who told us they previously needed orthotics or cushioning to walk without pain, but found that after a careful transition to our minimalist shoes they could throw away their orthotics and walk pain free. Learn more.
No, our sheepskin innersoles usually do not change the size of your shoe unless your shoes already fit fairly tight without them. We do recommend breaking-in new shoes for a couple weeks before adding the innersoles for a more comfortable fit.