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Enertor launches campaign to save the nation’s soles

Foot health company and official partner of England Athletics, Enertor, today launches its Save Our Nation’s Soles campaign to give thanks to all those who have and continue to work hard on their feet throughout Covid-19.  

To say thankyou to those going the extra mile to help our Nation back onto its feet, the UK manufacturer of insoles, will be donating their protective insoles to communities around the country. From July to December 2021, 500 pairs will be donated each month to six deserving organisations. The first presentation will take place on National Thankyou Day, July 4th 2021. 


The company are calling on the UK to nominate groups of people they’d like to thank – be it volunteers or key workers, hospital staff to Covid test and vaccination centre volunteers, postal staff emergency services to school teachers – groups who you think are making a huge difference with their efforts day in, day out.  

Nick Beresford, CEO of Enertor says: “‘We wanted to recognise the many extraordinary people across the country that have and are still spending a huge amount of time on their feet as key workers, volunteering, delivering, cleaning, caring and many other important roles through the pandemic.  

“We all know how debilitating lower limb and foot pain can be – 90% of impact comes through our feet with little realisation of the damage this can do to the body. Now more than ever, injury prevention is becoming crucial, in helping to keep our key workers and community heroes healthy and mobile. We will come through this crisis, but the only way through is together and so we wanted to do our bit to support and send our thanks for their continued efforts and devotion to saving the nation. 

“Our insoles are trusted by podiatrists, the NHS and the British Army. They help all kinds of foot and leg injuries and pain such as stress fractures, Achilles tendinopathy, plantar fasciitis and shin splints.”  

How can I get involved? 

To show your support and to give thanks to your local heroes and heroines, visit to nominate your chosen group. The nominated organisation must comprise over 50 people and each nomination will require the name of the group, a named contact to receive the donation if chosen and a short reason as to their hard work and deserving of the protective insoles. Each month, one chosen organisation will be presented with their donation.  

Enertor PX1 insoles offer the first shock-absorbing technology specifically developed for protecting the feet and body from ground forces. Transmitting impact forces horizontally through the insole, shockwaves are greatly reduced through the leg. The shoe inserts also help to improve lower limb alignment, reduce fatigue and reduce tibia and femur rotation and the stress this puts on joints. 91% of foot pain sufferers reported an improvement in the level of pain and 75% confirm that our insoles healed their plantar fasciitis. 

Trusted by England Athletics, podiatrists, the NHS and British Army, the PX1 insole boasts flexibility, comfort, durability and energy returning properties, priced at just £34.99

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