Konnect Insole

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Konnect Insole
Konnect Insole
Konnect Insole
Konnect Insole
Konnect Insole
Konnect Insole
Konnect Insole
Konnect Insole
Konnect Insole
Konnect Insole
Konnect Insole
Konnect Insole
Konnect Insole
Konnect Insole
Konnect Insole
Konnect Insole
Konnect Insole
Konnect Insole
Konnect Insole

Konnect Insole

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Athletic performance starts with foot control. Konnect Insoles have a microgrip top cover to stabilize your feet while playing sports. This interior shoe traction enhances athletic performance by allowing you to grip the ground through your shoes. When you have control of your feet, you can plant, pivot, change direction, and drive more power from the ground with confidence. We're certain you'll notice a difference. Oh, and our insoles are made with up to 85% recycled material. Your purchase helps us clean up the planet. It's a win, win! Let us cheer you on! Tag us in your success stories @blumaka.

Designed for cleat sports, court sports, board sports, trail running, and first responders.

Remove your current insole and replace with Konnect. Loosen the laces of your shoes and widen the opening as the insole may grab your sock when sliding in your foot. Before lacing up, make sure your socks lay flat and aren’t bunched. If needed, trim Konnect insole by placing old insole on top of Konnect and cutting any excess material.

Pull out Konnect insoles and rinse with warm water. Shake off excess water and let the air dry. Do not put the insoles in the dryer.

Free shipping on all orders, and 90-day, risk-free return policy. 

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