Magnetic Insoles – Kenko mStrides®
Walking with mStrides® Magnetic Insoles creates a dynamic energy flow — in effect, a magnetic field generator inside your shoes.
Magnetic Insoles – Since 1975
When your feet hurt, your whole body knows it. But you can be relaxed and comfortable even if you’re on your toes all day, thanks to Nikken insoles.
Nikken introduced the company’s first product in 1975, the original Magsteps® Magnetic Insoles. The textured surface was inspired by the pebbles found underfoot in Japanese public baths, known to produce a stimulating and energizing sensation. This was combined with magnetic technology, another ancient principle, to create magnetic insoles that are worn in shoes all over the world.
New Improved Version
The mStrides® magnetic insoles are the latest innovation in the development of magnetic products from Nikken and feature patented Dynaflux® Magnetic Technology.
100% Magnetic Coverage
The mStrides® magnetic insoles act like a magnetic field generator in your shoe and create 100% magnetic coverage on multiple angles.
Only Available from Nikken
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Patented DynaFlux® Magnetic Technology increases the magnetic field complexity by placing individual magnets in polar opposition (positive or negative poles facing each other).
In addition, they offer dynamic field variability, which is due to the fact that each magnet has a precisely controlled freedom of movement at every step that you make. This means that the magnetic field is intensified by the movement and can penetrate further, without requiring an increase in Gauss strength.
How to Use
Carefully cut them down to the right size and simply place into your shoes or boots – and you are good to go!
The mStrides® surface is long-lasting, does not absorb moisture or odour and is ventilated to stay cool. These magnetic insoles have the most advanced design and engineering for durability and comfort, while multiple angles provide 100% magnetic coverage. A low-density and high-density polyethylene combination make them last for an exceptionally long time.