ICEVENTS® Insoles - Men&
ICEVENTS® Insoles - Men&
ICEVENTS® Insoles - Men&
ICEVENTS® Insoles - Men&
ICEVENTS® Insoles - Men&
ICEVENTS® Insoles - Men&

ICEVENTS® Insoles - Men's


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"If you take care of your feet, they'll take care of you."

The long-awaited, much-anticipated ICEVENTS® Insoles for military and law enforcement duty boots, occupational safety, hiking, or any other hard-use application where you are standing/walking for long periods of time while wearing shoes that need ventilated insoles. Anti-microbial at the molecular level, ICEVENTS® Insoles are constructed from the same Stimulite thermoplastic elastomer (TPE) found throughout our ICEVENTS® line of ventilated load-bearing pads, making them absolute magic for your feet.

ICEVENTS® Insoles (Heavy Duty) - select these for total (body weight = gear = total load) loads in excess of 220 pounds. They are EXACTLY the same as ICEVENTS® Insoles except that we reinforced the honeycomb walls to be a bit thicker for improved support of heavy infantry loads, so they are somewhat stiffer.

 Note: ICEVENTS® Insoles provide durable, duty-grade ventilation in boots designed for military, law enforcement, and construction/safety applications. They are not designed to provide any therapeutic value like an orthotic. ICEVENTS® Insoles are a zero drop insole, meaning they are the same height/thickness at the heel as they are in the toe. This makes them ideal for duty boots and work boots, but results may vary based on your specific foot shape/geometry, gait, strike pattern and personal wear preferences when it comes to running, hiking and walking shoes which typically have a three or five millimeter drop from heel to toe.

Here is what one of our beta testers had to say about his experience testing ICEVENTS® Insoles prototypes on duty:

“So I’ve been fortunate enough to test the original prototype insoles since December 2019. Since then, I’ve worn them a minimum of 41 hours a week as a cop, been in multiple foot pursuits, used the insoles in different shoes for hiking and PT, as well as worn them on the range for training in excess of 10-12 hours per day.

To date, the soles have held up, there’s been no breakdown of the material, and my feet don’t feel like the’ve been thrashed all day after wearing them. The material provides for a breathable, cushioned, and most importantly supportive base for your feet during hard use which lends itself to helping your feet stay in working condition.

If you take care of your feet, they’ll take care of you. As a prior infantryman with multiple tours, I can honestly say these would’ve been a lifesaver overseas for me.

Now that the final product is out, I’ll be buying additional pairs for my other pairs of footwear, but I’ll continue running the prototype as they’ve got plenty of life in them.

You need to get these for your feet. You’ll thank yourself later.”

- J. Former 0311 and Current LEO in the Eastern United States


1 x  ICEVENTS® Insoles (pair)




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ICEVENTS® Insoles run true to size. If you are installing ICEVENTS® Insoles into non-true to size shoes (Lalo, All-Birds, etc) please adjust accordingly. ICEVENTS® Insoles can be trimmed to size if necessary. While the butter-smooth ninja-grade perimeter finish will be lost, trimming will not impact performance.


ICEVENTS® Insoles don’t have to be cleaned per se with regular daily use. Should cleaning be required, simply hand wash them with a tiny bit of laundry detergent/soap, rinse thoroughly, then hang until completely dry (preferably in the sun). 

Designed and manufactured in the USA from US materials. Fulfilled from our Knoxville, TN HQ.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 27 reviews
Vince (Orlando, US)

I gave these about a month to break in and I feel it doesn't fully deliver. I've read the reviews and read an article that suggested these insoles for users with hot and sweaty feet. I figured it might be worth spending the money but it is not worth $50.

I received a new pair of boots and ordered these insoles. It has helped with killing the odor for the most part. My boots still have a slight odor to them after work, but it's just not as bad. While it may have moisture wicking my feet still remain sweaty, but could partially and potentially be due to my current pair of boots. It did not keep my feet cool as some other testimonies have said.

Despite being thin and lightweight they surprisingly have a bit of cushion to them. However, I don't particularly find the honeycomb design to be comfortable at all as I ended up feeling every hexagonal shape in my soles.

I didn't fully expect these insoles to be ice cold, despite the name, and I didn't expect them to soak up my sweat. But for $50, I can say I am a little disappointed.

Timothy Furr (Aurora, US)
They’re not magic, but damn close.

I work as a solar electrician, so when I’m on roofs, my feet are at weird angles, and these help relieve the pressure caused by that. Not to mention the pressure they relieve when just standing around and walking normally. However I will say, some of the reviews may lead you to believe that they (cliche I know) work like magic. No, and that’s not to the fault of the product, as said before, these things are awesome, just not magical. Those of us with screwed up feet are still gonna have some foot pain.

michael stitch (Jerusalem, IL)
Great choice for hunting/hiking boots in moderate climates

Recently went on a multi-day backpack hunting trip wearing the IceVents Insoles and was impressed with the better regulated in-boot temperature/ moisture control than most others I've used. The insoles held up to hiking 20+ miles in mostly rocky terrain/ moderate temperatures, and there was a noticeable amount of increased airflow around my feet which helped wick moisture for extended hiking. Only downside I noticed was during night and early morning periods I had to switch to thermal sock layers to keep heat in my boots, so I wouldn't recommend these for winter wear.

Lastly, the insoles held up well to hiking with increased weight of an overnight backpack setup better than I expected. I wouldn't call these insoles comfy necessarily (definitely harder feeling than gel inserts for casual walking as an example), but comforting knowing I have proper support. I didn't find the material to crush or deform as easily under load which was a huge plus in my book, and overall I'm definitely keeping these as my hiking insoles for the time being.

William Mize (Beaverton, US)
Instagram Handle: william.mize
Instant relief

I haven't had alot of luck with insoles but I thought I'd try these out just because I love the rest of qores products. These are hands down the best insoles I've had, they feel great to walk on and actually cut down on my sweaty feet. Will definitely be buying a few more pairs for the rest of my boots.

Derick (Philadelphia, US)
4 pairs

I have 2 pairs of these in the standard and heavy duty versions for the four pairs of boots I own. I run the hd ones in my hot weather boots and the std in my cold weather boots that are gortex lined. Im in boots appx 14-16hrs a day. I purchased the first pair to try them out and compare to a non insert boot. After about a day my foot became accustomed to the feel of the insert. After six weeks of use or so I opted to purchase these for all my boots. Even with worn insoles these have made a night and day difference in the comfort and stability offered. When not in boots I’ve found myself also pulling the std ones and putting them in my sneakers for better fit and feel. So far I haven’t had any issues with the build quality or deformation of the products and find them to have been a very worth while purchase. For sizing, my foot measures a 14.5w. I wear a 15 sneaker, 14w cold weather boot and 13.5w hot weather boot.

Ford Bradbury (Mahanoy City, US)

Keep my feet cool and dry

Zachery Danks
Work great

Pretty comfortable and you can feel the cushion in every step despite the thin profile. They don’t hold any water so they help get your feet dry after soaking your boots. It’s not a negative but if you have a insoles with a thick heel these won’t work (example Rocky’s sv2 & jungle). Maybe theyll make another version with a thick heel.

Emiliano Sandoval (El Paso, US)
awesome product/highly recommend

on the left insole some of the cells collapsed within a few months and basically made that insole useless on my first pair. got in contact with them and they sent me a new pair. customer service from these guys was awesome! second pair is doing awesome with no collapsed cells. thank you Qore

Heather Roach (Jefferson City, US)
Instagram Handle: @shrubbug77
Big difference in a small package

I added IceVents® Insoles to my least padded, most uncomfortable pair of shoes and test drove them at an all day event walking/hiking over varied terrain. The amount of cushion and equalizing of weight distribution alone blew my expectations out of the water. 10/10 recommend and I WILL be buying more.

R. (Los Angeles, US)
IceVents Insoles

Currently on my 3rd pair of Belleville deck boots, they’re full leather full safety semi-waterproof work boots, so you know they’re not going to breathe at all. Installed the IceVents Insoles, and they make a huge difference. Keep your feet cool, just as advertised. Glad to see good products such as this coming out, and actually working just as well as advertised. After a month of use I recommended the IceVents Insoles to all my friends who wear boots for a living. Take care of your feet!