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Take the stress off your feet with the Superfeet Green Insoles.

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.

  • Foundation cross-linked polyethylene foam provides durable support
  • Stabilizer cap supports and aligns the rearfoot
  • Agion silver-based antimicrobal treatment naturally reduces foot odor and bacteria
  • Ideal for feet with medium to high arches

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5 5

Love Happy

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

I have so many things wrong with my feet (plantar fasciitis and soreness in my ankles and heels) and have tried a lot of different insoles. These have been amazing! I've been on my feet at work all day, taken them to workout and my feet don't hurt like they used to at all! The construction of these insoles are really well made. There is a lot to consider when ordering these things, but it's well worth it! 100% recommend.

Will the Size "E" be back in stock any...

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Will the Size "E" be back in stock any time soon?

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Hi, thank you for your question,
Unfortunately we currently do not have the size E ordered to come back into stock at this time.

4 5

Happy Feet

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

I bought these for my new ski boots this year and they have made quite a bit of difference. I have problems with my feet going numb both in my ski boots and in my bike shoes. I feel very supported in these and can't wait to put them in my bike shoes in the spring. The only thing is I wonder if the hot pink ones would fit a little better since they are women specific?

I want to purchase three Superfeet trim-to-fit...

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I want to purchase three Superfeet trim-to-fit green insole, size D, for men. Any chance that you will be receiving such size anytime soon so I can take advantage of the sale price (10% off)?

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Gtop,

Unfortunately it looks like we don't have an additional size D Insoles on order. I'd check back in every now and then to see if we have any in stock as things chance from time to time.

Jared D.
Gearhead
800.409.4502 ext 4055

Are you receiving more sizes anytime soon?...

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Are you receiving more sizes anytime soon? Looking for size E Men's

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Beap,

We currently have the size E Men's 9.5 - 11.0 in stock.

Hope this helps.

Jared D.
Gearhead
800.409.4502 ext 4055

5 5

She likes them

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift, but have feedback to share
  • Fit: True to size

I bought these for my girlfriend because her feet were always bothering her. She has a high arch and needs the extra support. One pair trimmed down fits into her hiking shoes and many of her casual shoes. She is a believer in them.

5 5

A Knight Wears Armor & A Hiker Wears...

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

Superfeet have been an integral part of my hiking setup for years now. I logged about 2500 miles on my first pair before buying a second one. And, upon examination the first pair wasn't even blown out after all of those miles; yoda-like length of life here, friends. The only noticeable wear was the green material on top wearing down, but this didn't affect the performance; we all lose a little hair with age don't we?

If you do need to trim them, it's very easy to do as the plastic doesn't cover the front bottoms. Personally, I only see the need to own one pair as long as you're cool with taking them out and putting them in each different pair of kicks you're wearing out; otherwise, you might save yourself the trouble and pick up a few pairs off the bat.

We all go thru a hiker-trash phase, no?

We all go thru a hiker-trash phase, no?

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Drying my superfeet in public restroom. It was a must.

5 5

Great!

I have low volume feet and these lock my heel in and keep me very planted. Great support . Very happy

5 5

Awesome!

I get these for almost every pair of shoes I own. Great fit, very comfortable especially for those long days spent all day on your feet.

5 5

Good Support

For the price, this is insole upgrade is well worth it. It provides good support and they are very easy to trim-to-fit to nearly any shoe.

5 5

Great generic footbed.

For being able to add these to any boot or shoe with a removable insole they make huge difference in the fit.
I use to sell them back in the day when they first came out.
I just went the other day and paid $400 dollars to have custom footbeds made, they have a few extra features but I have beat the shit out of my feet throughout my life and now I am paying the price.

5 5

IN EVERY PAIR I OWN

I was introduced to Superfeet by a podiatrist after about a yearlong bout of plantar fasciitis and have been using them ever since (except in my minimalist running shoes...) They provide amazing support and don't really wear out that quickly (although I would recommend replacing them after a while due to packing out of the heel).
I have these in my hiking boots, trail runners, ski boots, casual boots and shoes and even my dress shoes! No more heel issues for me! Can't recommend these enough, no more arch fatigue either. Buy a pair (or 3) and you won't be disappointed. Promise.

5 5

Makes my boots fit

Having narrow feet, and I guess a narrow heel, I can never get my boots to fit right--even with advanced lacing tactics (and lacing them really uncomfortably tight on the ankles), I almost always have heel slip in any boot. The green superfeet are perfect, because they totally solve that problem for me. It also makes the boots more comfortable. I like them in mountain boots and I also like them in my nordic ski boots--ideally I'd have them in all my shoes, but it's more of an investment.

5 5

Makes awesome boots awesomer...

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I use these in all my shoes. My hiking boots were comfortable before, with these insoles they feel like they were custom made for me.

4 5

good starter pair for me

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I started out with these and really liked then, but then i switched to the orange because they fit m foot better and I was on my feet all day and the extra padding on the ball of the foot was greatly appreciated. If you are on your feet all day go with the orange, running or regular walking around these are great.

Any reviews on using these things in ski...

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Any reviews on using these things in ski boots? Or is there another model I should get for my ski boots?

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Hey Parker I use these in my tele boots. I don't tele all that much so I'd say if you're putting upwards of 30-40 days in you might want a custom orthotic, but for stabilizing your foot when you can't spend $250 on a footbed, these work great, and last a long time.

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I bought these last year and skied all season in them. They worked great for me and I loved them. Obviously a lot more cost effective than custom orthotics. I skied 50 days in them last winter which was a mix of inbounds, sidecountry, and backcountry touring. I definitely give these these two thumbs up!

5 5

One in every shoe

I use these in my running shoes, biking shoes, and nearly every other pair of shoes I own, nothing beats the comfort or support. Every time I get new shoes, I get new Super Feet!

The recommended use for these green insoles...

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The recommended use for these green insoles includes hiking, but the description says they are for feet with medium to high arches. The yellow insoles say they are best for low to medium arches, but the recommended use says skates, cycling shoes, etc. I have flat feet, but I need insoles for my hiking boots. Which ones should I get?

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Hey Kyle,
My advice for you is to go to a retailer in your area like REI which has them available in the stores to test the fit and feel thats best suited for your feet. Thats going to be your best bet in saving time and return shipping cost if your choice doesnt work out the first go around.

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