Sorbothane Discounts - [url]www.sorbothane.co.uk/armedforces[/url]

#1
Feet taking a battering after training? Try using Sorbothane Shock absorboing insoles - see www.sorbothane.co.uk/armedforces for military discounts - also good for knee pain, back pain and joints.

Sorboman
 
#2
oh this just came at the right time. I use Sorbothane in issue boots for my civvie job. But just getting ready for phase 1 and wanted about 3 sets to take with me.
 
#5
Chris_2oo6 said:
are these worth banging in a set of lowas??

got a pair here ive never used...lowas are comfy enough
Not sure about lowas but ive used them for over a year in issue boots and they work great.
 
#6
Chris_2oo6 said:
are these worth banging in a set of lowas??

got a pair here ive never used...lowas are comfy enough
They are worth putting in anything.

Great piece of kit.

MODS, worth making a sticky in this forum?
 
#9
discount ?

get them free from the MO / Physio or med Stores(for the medics amongst us)
 
#10
Has anyone else bought Sorbothanes from this site? Is it legit? I don't mean to be rude Sorboman and I hope I am wrong - it's just that it was all a bit weird security wise once I had given my details) Anyone who can put my mind at rest so that I don't find my bank account wiped clean by tomorrow morning! (not that there's much in there anyway!)
 

oldbaldy

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#11
According to the site, it is part of Mobilis Healthcare. Large suppliers to the podiatry & physiotherapy professions.
 
#12
Yes, it is part of the Mobilis Healthcare Group - the site was put together especially for armed services use (I manage the site along with Sorboman)

If you'd feel more comfortable buying from our main site you can use this discount code to get your 30% armed services discount (arsse99).

Simply type in the code within the shopping basket and you'll get your discount off any product in the Sorbothane range.

Visit Mobilis Direct to buy your Sorbothane Shock Stopping Insoles
 
#13
surfgirl said:
Has anyone else bought Sorbothanes from this site? Is it legit? I don't mean to be rude Sorboman and I hope I am wrong - it's just that it was all a bit weird security wise once I had given my details) Anyone who can put my mind at rest so that I don't find my bank account wiped clean by tomorrow morning! (not that there's much in there anyway!)
Yes mate I ordered some, there was a bit of a problem because I fucked up my postcode (oops) and then when I rang them to get it changed they didn't seem to know about the discount, but I did get the discount when the card was charged.
 
#15
All of sorbomans posts are blatant advertising, for something you can get for free from elsewhere.
 
#16
Chris_2oo6 said:
are these worth banging in a set of lowas??

got a pair here ive never used...lowas are comfy enough
Just try single strikes in Lowas. I experimented with a pair of double strikes on a Nijmegen training session and it crippled my feet. Cush,n,Steps are good for Lowas. Does the sorbothane discount go with Cush,n,Steps too.
 
#17
Chris_2oo6 said:
are these worth banging in a set of lowas??

got a pair here ive never used...lowas are comfy enough
Yep i wear them in all footwear and get them free from my med centre. Aint had a hint of a shin splint sice using them.
 
#19
OldGrumpy said:
Hi for some reason I cannot get this website up.. any ideas?

Regards
Just looked at buying a couple of pairs - this link gives you a forces discount with free p&p but limits the range available sorbothane forces discount

but this one sorbothane website and using the 'arsse99' discount code gives you access to the full range with a 30% discount BUT by the time vat and p&p is added the order total can be a lot more!

My two pairs at the forces discount site cost £23.98 but by using the arsse discount site it would have been £27.29.
 
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