"If you take care of your feet, they'll take care of you."
IceVents PFM: now available from head to toe.
The long-awaited, much-anticipated IceVents Insoles for military and law enforcement duty boots, hiking, or any other hard-use application where you are wearing shoes that need ventilated insoles, are here.
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.
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. 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
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 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 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).
- HYDROLYSIS RESISTANCE: will not retain water
- DURABLE: IceVents have minimal memory, conforming to your foot over time, far outlasting foam
- MOISTURE-WICKING: PowerMesh foot/insole interface fabric
- ANTI-MICROBIAL: IceVents Stimulite TPE is anti-microbial at the molecular level
- ZERO DROP: uniform insole thickness from heel to toe (front to back)
- HIGH TECH: IceVents Stimulate honeycomb matrix construction
- ULTRALIGHT: 1.3 oz per IceVents Insole
- DUTY GRADE: IceVents Insoles are the result of roughly two years of in-field R&D by our team of end-users from Military (SMU, SOF, Infantry), Law Enforcement (SWAT, Patrol), Fitness (trail running, road/track running), Recreational (hiking, walking), and Travel/EDC.
Each Package Includes:
- 1 x IceVents Insoles (pair)
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Fantastic product after several hours of use hiking there were noticably less hot spots on my foot. I'll update my review after a few more trips.
I have been a devout customer with QorePerformance since its inception. The products that the company provides are second to none. The knowledge invested into these products, as well as provided and distroed through out the community is at the forefront of End-User Enhancement.
The IceVent In-Sole's like many other "similar" products on the market, at face value might seem a bit copy/paste but the devil is in the details. The technology QorePerfomance uses in its IceVent products have no equal. The ability for the technology to do what it does, so effectively compared to any of the "competitors" on the market is a testimony to the effort applied into the R&D as well as their rigorous testing to ensure the products they put out are in fact, the best.
I have used their products in training and overseas and will continue to use their products and support QorePerformance as best I can.
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For the longest time I’ve dealt with shinsplints when rucking on hardball roads. I would get tightness and some pain for the first mile before it would go away. No matter what I tried it wouldn’t change and for the longest time I just accepted it.
It all changed when I got Qore’s new insoles. It was subtle, I didn’t even realize a change until after rucking when I had to ask myself if I even had any shin splits. The next time I went rucking I confirmed my thoughts. No shin splints. The only change was the addition of qore’s insoles.
These things are great. Lightweight and very supportive and comfortable. I use the. For rucking, daily use, even for lifting. If I had any “complaint” is that due to the cellular design some times they retain a little moisture if waterlogged but they quickly dry out once removed from the boot themselves. I totally recommend them and intend on purchasing more.
Tried the insoles for a couple of weeks on the field & I must say it's super comfy to wear for a long day's activities, really loved that kinda soft crunchy sensation on your footbed everytime you walk, keep up the excellent work guys, hope we can collaborate sometime in the near future
T-Bone, Chief Creative Director, Parabellum Tactical
Never had a more comfortable experience with my rucksack and gunbelt, this stuff is black magic especially for the shoe soles as I don't think I've had damp feet when paired with a pinch of talc powder for workouts. Your stuff is no joke. More innovation like this from people like you is what the market needs, not more gimmicks.
Kept my feet cool and dry with good quality socks in a set of danners while running the fields for a large horticulture company. Comfy too for walking long distance. I kept the old insoles in case but no bother. Excited to see how they do in the winter.
Like walking on clouds. But firm clouds, made for quickly venting moisture and promoting airflow. Wish I’d ordered them before the arizona summer but they did great for the tail end of it.
These are cool and dry and worked great for active (~6 hours outdoors) exercize in the Texas summer (36C or more).
Arguably the best insole I’ve tried so far. I wear my boots on average for roughly 12 hours give or take an hour or two and am either walking around or standing the whole time except when I eat, and my feet feel fine at the end of the day. My only gripe with it is that the socks stick to the insole when I put them in my boots, so I have to wiggle my foot a bit afterwards to not have my foot feel like its trying to go through the front end of the sock. I only wish I had found these before spending hundreds trying to find a good insole for my boots.
The Good - Ordered a pair for my boots, military issue, and they were a 100% perfect fit. High quality construction, lightweight and my initial impression is that the insoles themselves were comfortable, albeit not supportive. I have a pair of Rockport dress shoes and felt the insoles had a very similar cushion.
The Bad - After around 30 minutes of wearing the insoles my feet started to hurt. I thought my feet might need to adjust and continued to wear them. I felt pain in my shins and my lower back. I swapped the insoles into two other pairs of shoes thinking it might remedy the issue but it did not. I do not have enough orthopedic experience to say what the exact problem is but I do have mid/high arches and the problem may rest solely on me.
If Qore makes these with arch support I will most surely be trying them then. Definitely a quality product but unfortunately a swing and a miss for me. If you have low arches or flat feet these may be exactly what you need.