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Source: received it as a personal gift
Used these wonderful insoles on my thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail in 2012.
- Shape to your feet
They were fantastic and I only used two of them for the duration of my thru-hike. They mold to your feet after a few days' use, and afterwards are extremely comfortable from there on. In fact, take out the stock insole from your shoe right now, and look at how ridiculously thin they are. Superfeet insoles are nice and cushy.
You won’t regret them, fo' real. It's obviously super important to have comfortable feet while you're doing any amount of hiking, and these definitely did the job for me.
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