New for Edea EDEA Anti-Shock Technology Undersole Features As skaters continually strive to master harder jumps and jump combinations, training becomes more intense. This level of training intensity can lead to additional stress in the head, neck, back, hips, knees, ankles and heels due to the repeated impact of the landings. Injures can be costly not only in down time and a skaters training schedule but also the skater still attempting to train when injured causing more problems later in life.
NOENE Shock Technology was designed in Switzerland and is now being employed by EDEA in an insole to absorb, diffuse, disperse and effectively stop up to 94% of SHOCK and IMPACT VIBRATIONS.
Skating surfaces are hard surfaces that absorb very little if any of the shock of the impact from landing jumps. In fact these shock and impact vibration waves are actually reflected back into the Skaters body to diffuse and absorb them. These waves of energy caused by the collision shock of landing are called kinetic energy or also negative energy. This negative energy can cause long-lasting issues to the nerves that control the free movement of the body. This micro-trauma can show up as pinched nerves, tendinitis, osteitis, and micro fractures to name a few, which can lead to soreness of the feet, heel spurs, ankles, shin splints, and joint damage and provoke fatigue from the foot through the knees, hips, back, and right up to the base of the skull.
EDEA "NOENE" Shock Technology Under Soles are a Class 1 Medical device, only an extra thin 1mm thick and ultra-light 13 grams of weight (in size 280, approx a men's size 9), and can be installed under the EDEA Anatomic Inner Sole or custom orthotic innersoles. They can be easily hand washed with soap and lukewarm water and a sponge.. Even this very thin EDEA Under Sole will provide the shock absorption qualities for which "NOENE" is famous for.
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