Specifically designed for dress shoes and footwear without removable insoles, the Superfeet Men’s Easy Fit 3/4 Heel Insert gives added comfort and biomechanical support to your business or formal attire. This insert features an impression stabilizer that keeps it sitting firm inside your shoe. Superfeet also added an anti-slip texture to deter excess foot motion.
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Bought these to replace the paper thin insoles in my Rossignol ski boots. They are comfortable and I am ok with them, but I'm not seeing a huge difference in support over the stock ones and I think my feet actually tend to run colder with these insoles than they did with the originals. Not going to throw them out or anything but don't see them as $$ well spent over any other insole.
I have no complaints about these insoles that I've been using in my ski boots for a few months now. I don't know if I can really tell the difference of the reflective coating but they are certainly a step up from the stock insole. I've also used SOLE insoles and these are about the same and certainly no worse.
What else can I say about superfeet except that I use them in all my active shoes. These went in my ski boots and i put the greens in my running shoes. They just work period.
These insoles provide excellent support and cushioning to keep your feet happy all day. I'm now using them in my Burton SLX's and they have drastically improved the fit of my boots. Also the heel cup does a great job of keeping your foot locked into your boots. If you still riding stock insoles its time for change. I highly recommend these insoles or the sole softec regulars for snowboard boots.
Whats the difference (if any) between the red and red hot superfeet insoles?
I just got my 1st AT boots & had them baked. Skinned up a few times & strongly feel I need soles or superfeet for my extremely flat feet. Can I just throw a pair into my already baked liners or do I need to bake them w/ the aftermarket footbed? The boots were silly expensive & I don't want them to get packed out too quickly.
Also if anyone has a preference b/t sole vs superfeet, care to share?
I wouldn't hesitate to just throw in a pair of supperfeet. They might take you a few days to get used to but they will help out with your flat feet. The thermo-foil layer really helps to keep your feet warmer. They will make your feet happy.....!!
Bought a set of these to go with my also new Scarpa Mont Blanc.
However my Mont Blanc are on back-order so I road-tested them with my Scarpa Summit GTX.
Compared to a pair of Sole Ed Viesturs footbed:
1) The first thing I noticed was the the Superfeet are wider in the toe box area (A big plus for me!).
2) The heel area is a little narrower. Not a big deal.
3) The Superfeet doesn't have quite the arch support as the Sole footbed have. Not that big of a deal to me.
4) The Superfeet tend to have a tad more cushion/shock absorption. Definitely a plus!
I very happy with them, especially the wider toe-box area. Very comfortable footbed!
They seem to be okay. I don't normally buy insoles but gave them a try. They may or may not be good, I didn't notice all that much difference.
Are these the REDhot Superfeet model?
The REDhot model has silver material under the ball of the foot.
Mine have silver material under the ball of the foot...looks sort of like tin foil.
Yes, these are the REDhot Superfeet with Outlast technology which regulates temperature. They use foil to generate/reflect heat in the forefoot.
Great way to help insulate cold feet in ski boots! Plus the support is like all other superfeet products - quite superb! Might feel a bit awkward for the first few days, but you'll get used to them and notice the difference!
I've been using the Green Superfeet for years in my Alpine Touring boots (Scarpa) and between the insoles and thermofit liners, I never get blisters. I've been told I have flat feet, so I like the extra arch support these insoles provide. Plus, they are very durable. I've swapped my green insoles out of successive ski boots for years and they are still going strong.
From what I've seen, these insoles come in a vast array of lengths and arch heights. I can't speak to all of those, but I have narrow feet with flattish arches and the "normal" size works for me.
The premium insole (the one reviewed here) is just a nicer, winterized version of their classic green insole. I don't notice any real temperature difference with the reflective foil, but it probably doesn't hurt either.
Overall, a great addition to a pair of ski boots.
Anyone recommend these for 'uphill' alpine endeavors as well? (Can't find big enough size in the Ed Viesturs insoles).
I don't see why not. I use the orange currently in my mountaineering boots, and those have the same heel cap that these do.
Replaced the conformables foot bed that was in my Salomon F-22 (supposed to be a good foot bed). These were a 100% improvement over those, and also keep my feet noticeably warmer, I would guess a few degrees. Heels feel much better after a long day of snowboarding. I snowboard 120-130 days a season, and for anybody that is in snowboard boots as much as me, these are a MUST HAVE!
These winter ones are as great as all of the other Superfeet insoles. The fleecy top is nice for this cold weather version, and the foil has held up well even though Superfeet warns about its durability. The way Superfeet insoles are firm ends up feeling so much better and giving you more support than more cushioned insoles. The high arch hits further back than most insoles, which supports my arch better than any other I've tried. They keep you from over-pronating, although I've never had a tendency to, myself. I tend to be more supinated if anything, but the deep heel cup in Superfeet insoles keep my ankle straight. Superfeet is the only way to go. Go to their website to see which of their insoles you should get.
i have a pair of these in my ski boots and they are awesome! they provide tons of support and feel 100 times better than the insoles that came with my boots. if your looking to improve the fit and feel of your ski boots but dont want to get the full custom liners this is cheaper and definitely an improvement over the stock ones.
Far superior to most footbeds found in light hikers and snow boots. I have found these inserts work well in my Alpine ski boots as well. Slight heel lift, feel way better than flat ski boot insoles.