These magnetic insoles integrate our renowned magnetic system, which was specifically developed to work with our magnetic safety stirrups Ophena S and Ophena T. You simply place the insoles in your riding boots and are ready to go: The magnetic connection to your Ophena stirrups will be automatically established through your boots. The insoles have been engineered for minimum thickness and maximum comfort. Overall, they consist of four layers and are only 4.3mm thin.
In case you already have insoles in your riding boots, we generally recommend to replace them with our magnetic insoles. But we also know riders who just put them below their existing insoles. If you have any other questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Please find general information and an introduction to our magnetic safety stirrups and their features on our Main Page.
You find a sizing guide to our magnetic insoles here.
For other questions and answers, please check our Knowledge Base.
The magnets in our stirrups are strong and produce far-reaching, strong magnetic fields. They could damage TV’s, laptops, credit cards, ATM cards, mechanical watches, hearings aids and speakers.
Keep our magnetic safety stirrups away from devices and objects that could be damaged by strong magnetic fields.
The magnets in this product could affect the functioning of pacemakers and implanted heart defibrillators. A pacemaker could switch into test mode and cause illness. A heart defibrillator may stop working. If you wear these devices keep sufficient distance to the product. Warn others who wear these devices from getting too close to magnets.
Our magnetic stirrups and insoles have a very strong attractive force. Unsafe handling could cause jamming of fingers or skin in between the stirrups or insoles. This may lead to contusions and bruises.
Always be careful when handling the stirrups. When moving the stirrups, keep one in the right hand, one in the left hand. Do not hold the magnetic insoles directly onto the magnetic stirrups.
Influence on people
According to the current level of knowledge, magnetic fields of permanent magnets do not have any measurable influence on people – neither positive nor negative. It is unlikely that permanent magnets constitute a health risk, but it cannot be ruled out entirely.