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Custom insoles make everything better. They're in ski boots, running shoes, hiking boots, and just about every other kind of footwear out there, so why wouldn't they be in cycling shoes too? That's the thought behind Giro's SuperNatural Footbed X-Static Kit. Plenty of Giro shoes come with SuperNatural footbeds included, but if you have an older model, or want to update your current kick, it's the way to go.

The trim-to-fit design means the SuperNatural will work with any shoe, Giro or not, and the small, medium, and large arch supports are easily swappable so you can figure out which size works best in different shoes. The insoles are made of EVA foam, which will compress gently to fit the shape of your foot, and have a super-thin design that reduces stack height, which translates into increased power into the pedals. They're also finished with X-Static antimicrobial fabric, so your shoes will smell fresh as daisies even after a summer of hard riding.

  • EVA foam
  • Small, medium, and large arch support
  • X-Static antimicrobial fabric
  • Super-thin design
  • Trim-to-fit

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5 5

great value

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've owned a few different Giro shoes and i like the customized fit of their insoles so much that I recommend them for customers. Solid buy.

5 5

Great value

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I wear a SIDI wire vent shoe in size 43. The stock insoles do not accommodate my mid-rise arch. I have used the Specialized medium insole and found that to be better. The Giro insoles need less trimming to fit, at least for the SIDI 43 - just follow the line. Good support and I like being able to try the other arch options. They even come with an Extra high option that I have not seen with Specialized. Also provides the ability to have different arch heights if required for each foot. I have not ridden in extremely hot weather yet but so far no ventilation issues. I would purchase again and recommend others to try them, especially if you find your current insole lacking.

5 5

Just what I needed

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

For those of us with odd or problematic feet we search for relief from our various ailments. The particular benefits for me is the metatarsal button which relieves a painful spot under the ball of my right foot. And the interchangeable arch supports. I use a medium on the right and a small on the left. Finally being able to "tune" an insole has been great.

Installation of these in my Bont Vapor shoes took 92 seconds of effort.

Not sure if you have been to Podiatrist for your foot pain, but I recently went after have the same problem of pain in the ball of my foot and I was diagnose with a Morton's Neuroma. I am waiting to have surgery until riding season is over. I am going to try these insoles to get me through.

5 5

Great alternative to Superfeet

I have typically used black superfeets for insoles and they have worked well. I wanted more arch support than what was in the Superfeet, but I would have to compromise and get an insole that was thicker in the superfeet to have adequate arch support. With these, I can fine tune the arch support and still keep the thin insole.

I also use Giro shoes, so it was a no brainer and fitting these insoles in their own shoes were perfect, not that trimming for other shoes would be an issue.

Changing the arch support is easy and the velcro holds the support in place and doesn't move.

I had foot pains with the stock insoles, but have had no pains during 15-20 mile mountain bike rides. Time will tell on how comfortable they are during longer rides, but initial impressions are great!

5 5

Nice inserts

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I had to replace them when I threw my last pair in the dryer (bad idea, by the way). Nice insert to help keep me in the saddle for 100+ mile rides. These are quality inserts - highly recommended (even if they can't be dried).

5 5

Worth every penny

I have a pair of Fizik R3 shoes that fit quite well, but I was having foot pain on longer rides. My feet are pretty normal, if a touch wide, but my arches have gotten fairly high after a few years of wearing low-support/minimal shoes. I dropped these insoles in, with the highest-support attachment, since that's what I use in my Giro mountain shoes. I rode about 50 miles in them today, with virtually no foot pain.
The arch-size inserts attach using a double velcro, and I've never had it slip in my mountain shoes, and don't expect it to in these. You can trim them to fit fairly easily by matching your shoes' insole to the Giro version, drawing a line, and getting after it with some scissors.

Thanks for the great write up Brian. I need a good insole for sure.

I am looking for foodbed for my...

I am looking for foodbed for my boyfriend. His feet got hurt when he walks more often, especially at the heel. Do you think this product can help hm? Can this product fit inside every kind of shoes? He wear size 9, can you teld me what size of the foodbed I should buy

Best Answer

I use these.

You have to take out the inner shoe sole that comes with the shoe to get them to fit. Most shoes you can easily remove them. Some are glued. These will help if you have plantae fasciaitis or other arch pain.