The best insoles, reviewed and curated by the Trailspace community. The latest review was added on June 28, 2018. Stores' prices and availability are updated daily.

Recent Insole Reviews

rated 5 of 5 stars
Sole Thin Sport Moldable Footbed

Whether you are hiking 5 or 500 miles, these Sole insoles will provide your feet the needed support to avoid injuries and get you where you want to go. Whether you are hiking 5 or 500 miles, these Sole insoles will provide your feet the needed support to avoid injuries and get you where you want to go. These insoles come in a variety of sizes, but it is also super easy to trim the toe edge to get the perfect fit. What is more important is that you buy the correct volume and correct arch support… Full review

rated 3 of 5 stars
Sole Active Medium with Met Pad Footbed

A well made cork insole with built-in metatarsal pad. Lightweight, zero drop, and treated for odor control. Sole offers a wide variety of insoles for both men and women. I tested the men's Active Medium with Met Pad over the last several months and things did not go well. The Active medium insole is comprised of recycled cork with a top sheet that offers both moisture wicking and Polygiene odor control. They are quite well made and very easy to trim to fit. I first tested the Sole Active insole… Full review

rated 0.5 of 5 stars
Sof Sole Airr Orthotic

Insole was recommended to me through a friend, and I needed it for my son who was on his way to the army. The promotion said if you purchase $20 you will have your shipment in 24 hours. After my credit card was charged on June 26, 2017, got an email the next day stating: "I apologize in advance for this email. Unfortunately, one of the items on your recent order is currently on back order (we are awaiting the arrival of a shipment from the manufacturer), and we were unable to update our inventory… Full review

rated 4.5 of 5 stars
Sole Thin Sport Moldable Footbed

This moldable footbed has ENTIRELY saved me from blisters on the bottom of my feet. After using these for the first time 6 years ago I had purchased three more pair for other hiking/hunting boots and shoes.  Follow the directions: -> Trim them (if necessary) by laying the boot's original insole against the SOLE footbed. TRIM JUDICIOUSLY, a little at a time. -> place in pre-heated 200°F. oven until the circle on the arch area of one of the insoles turns black (about 3 minutes) -> Place… Full review

rated 3 of 5 stars
Superfeet Orange

This review is my initial impression of the Superfeet Orange insoles that I hope will address some issues I have been having with my feet. After I get in a few hikes using these new insoles I will come back and provide an update to this review with my final impressions. I am heading out on a trip in a few days to do some hiking and hopefully a little fishing in the Black Hills area of South Dakota and also spending some time hiking in Arches National Park and Moab in Utah and decided I would break… Full review

rated 3.5 of 5 stars
Icebug Insoles FAT Medium

Really supports the arch well. Works well with large volume footwear. An effective replacement for inadequate footbeds. The Swedish company Icebug not only makes a wide range of outdoor footwear but they also make some really good insoles. The heart of the Icebug insole is their Arch Flex System which provides dynamic support for the metatarsal area of the forefoot, the midfoot arch, and the heel cup. Construction starts with a low friction top cover for comfort over a breathable open-cell foam… Full review

rated 5 of 5 stars
Superfeet Green

This insole has helped me be able to hike long distances (up to 12 hours) without the normal pain in the sole of my feet. It has reduced the number of blisters I was getting and making for a very comfortable hike in mountainous terrain and often wet conditions. Full review

rated 4 of 5 stars
Superfeet Green

Overall does the trick! I own the Green pair and the Orange pair and preferred both over my experience with a pair of SOLE.  I wear them everyday in running shoes. I only run about two miles 1 to 3 times a week. What I liked They are durable and have lasted me through two pairs of shoes. I probably wear shoes way longer than most. These are going into their second year. I took them in to a very reputable high end running store and the sales person gave me a great tip in that they don't really… Full review

rated 5 of 5 stars
Superfeet Copper

Great comfort and stability while hiking in all conditions. I started using these footbeds three years ago when I purchased a lighter weight hiking shoe. These footbeds have carried me all over the Long Trail. Fit: Can be cut to fit any shoe. I did trim the front toe area a little. Comfort: No break in needed. Support: Supports the arch and pads the heel and toe areas nicely. Water Resistance: My lighter hiking shoes do let water in, but these insoles dry quickly, actually don't soak up water so… Full review

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