The best insole I've found so far... Great fit for…
Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $35
The best insole I've found so far... Great fit for a narrow foot with a high arch.
- Arch/heel support
- Good handling odor
- A little pricey
- Somewhat short lifespan
I've been very satisfied with the high arch SuperFeet. I think I've worked through about four pair. I keep trying for something better, but have not found that unattainable perfection... yet.
In my opinion, give several sessions breaking them in, or they can be a little tough. Allow significant more time if you're beginning wearing high arch insoles!!! I've found they have about a 6 month lifespan before they get squashed, and become hard. I can't really expect them to last much longer, especially when fighting gravity and carrying loads.
They do an excellent job supporting a very high arch and somewhat narrow foot/heel. They've always felt stable in any of the boots/shoes I've worn. These insoles have traveled deserts, mountain peaks, heat, and cold. I've found removing them after every day speeds their drying, and overall helping with boot/shoe odor.
I read a couple reviews on these, because my current…
Use: running, long rucksack marches, general standing around
Break-in Period: a week
Price Paid: 30$
I read a couple reviews on these, because my current insoles just weren't cutting it. Bought a couple pairs and put them in my issued army boots (2 pairs), I was on course for 6 months, never sitting down, always running it seemed like and these never let me down.
It's now been about 6 months since that course and the same pairs have graduated to a new pair of boots, and they still work like a charm. Hands down the best insoles I've ever used, and now any pair of boots I get, the first thing I do is pop a pair of these Superfeet in.
They provide the support where I need it, and aren't too stiff or too soft.
Also, if I'm ever not sure which pair of boots is mine, I just take a peek inside, and the green definitely stands out.
When I bought a new pair of hiking boots, these were…
Price Paid: Around $30
When I bought a new pair of hiking boots, these were suggested to me by the staff at the store where I bought them. They were great for around 6 months. At that point my feet began getting very uncomfortable even after short hikes and felt like I was sliding forward in my boots. I don't know what changed.
These insoles took up the extra space in my boots left by my small skinny feet, and I never got a single blister, but they took up too much space and I realized the arches were way too high for me. I replaced them with the Superfeet Blues and have been much happier since.
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GREEN is Superfeet's most popular insole and has been on the market for over 30 years. It is designed primarily for footwear with a removable insole and is the recommended choice for those seeking maximum support and shock absorption.RECOMMENDED FOOT TYPEIdeal for feet with medium to high arches.RECOMMENDED FOOTWEARRunning, walking, hiking, alpine, industrial, and military footwear.
Superfeet Green provide maximum support and shock absorption throughout the entire stride of the foot for better balance, less muscle fatigue, more endurance, and more efficient motion. Ideal for feet with medium to high arches and for footwear with removable footbeds.
These green Superfeet(R) insoles align and control the motion of your feet, providing balance, support and shock absorption for hiking and other active sports. High-volume insoles take up extra volume in footwear, making them ideal for loose-fitting shoes or narrow feet. Full-length closed-cell foam provides cushioning, while 3/4-length polypropylene heel caps stabilize feet inside boots. Deep heel pockets, rockered bottoms and strategically placed cut-outs allow for natural shock absorption. Superfeet recommends this green style for use in footwear with removable insoles; also recommended for Gore-Tex(R) footwear.
An all-around, shock-absorbing insole, the Superfeet Trim-To-Fit Green Insoles fit in ski, snowboard, or hiking boots, as well as running and casual shoes. The Green Insoles are so supportive you'll want a pair for every shoe you own.