Frequently Asked Questions

How are Phits insoles manufactured?

Upon completion of a dynamic Footscan® assessment, the Phits order is sent directly from the Footscan v9 software to Materialise, the largest 3D print company in Europe. Here, the order is manufactured via Selective Laser Sintering (SLS), the most durable form of 3D printing. The material itself is called Polyamide PA 12.

What about maintenance?

Phits insoles are very easy to maintain as they do not absorb moisture. Therefore, they can be easily cleaned. Concerned that the top cover is wearing down? No problem, all top covers are replaceable.

Which top cover options are available?

There are a range of top covers to chose from within the Phits design portal, including various shore densities of EVA and the leading impact protective form of PU, D3O.

Do Phits fit in to every shoe?

Phits insoles fit in to the majority of shoe types, including specifically adapted designs for Football, Running, Cycling, Golf and Skiing for optimal functionality. There are also options for narrower day to day footwear and even tailored safety insoles for workers boots.

Can Phits insoles be customised?

Yes! All Phits insoles can be customised with a 3D print engraved name on the rear of the heel cup. This could be your company name or the patients name for that added touch of personalisation.