Former NFL linebacker Bryon Scott has found a career in high-tech insoles. Off the gridiron, Scott is making sales instead of hits. He's become the US distributor for Noene, a line of high tech, ultra shock absorbing insoles made in Switzerland. Noene insoles are made of a type of rubber very different from elastomers typically found in sneakers and shoes. When worn, Noene claims their insoles "decrease the damage to our joints and therefore the discomfort."
Noene insoles were originally designed for workers in heavy industries and elite athletes like Scott but are now available to everyone. Noene insoles come in two versions – the “invisible” and the “dance lite.” A pair runs from $30 to $40.
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