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.”
[LEFT: Noene® Invisible at Amazon]
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.