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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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
- 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.
- 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 boots? Or is there another model I should get for my ski boots?
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.
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 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?
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.
In my experience, the size range printed on the box is NOT the best way to determine which is best for you. Stand on the insoles with your heels in the cups and see where the arch hits.
In my case, the size range would dictate size E, but really F is by far the best fit.
after wearing these for 1 whole day, they will make your shoes get a little bigger since they bring your feet up a little bit so if you buy your shoes true to your size you may feel your shoes a little bit to tight. very comfortable once you get used to them and they do not squish your foot in your shoes.
If you haven't used Superfeet yet, you should start. They will change your life. It's like camping without a sleeping pad, and then using a sleeping pad. Superfeet are the sleeping pad of shoes.
Great support for my foot. The arch is nice and high (unlike most stock insoles which are flat). The cupped heel isolates my foot's natural cushion right under the heel. None of that gimmicky and wobbly gel. Great for day to day use, running shoes, and my ski boots. These insoles rock.
I wish I would have been turned onto these when I was 30. I use orange in my trail running shoes and green in my boots. They add miles to my trek no matter where or what I'm trekking over. Yes they're expensive but VERY worth it. Do your feet and legs a favor and just buy em.
Will insoles make a slightly loose boot fight tighter?
Slightly, but don't count on insoles to fix a fit problem.
Couldn't agree more with the rest of the reviewers here - these inserts were a huge boost to my already great boots. A few tips I've heard:
- like regular soles, always separate boot and sole after you work up a sweat (it will help both dry faster and avoid squeaking and other issues)
- probably better to buy a size up and cut down if you're close. I didn't have to trim mine but they just fit the Euro 42 boot.
- these need breaking in just like anything else, so Backcountry is a perfect place to buy it (e.g. you've got some time to figure out if you like them or not)
The squeaking that was mentioned is due to moisture build-up in the shoe and is not the insole itself. A little baby powder between the bottom of the shoe and the insole will take care of the squeaking if it should happen to you.
I have had these for many years and they are very good insoles although the custom made Superfeet insoles you use to be able to get were even better. They vacuum molded them to your foot.
Excellent product with a poor design! After a few months they begin to squeak, endlessly squeak so loud the are not wearable in public. I wore mine in my work/day shoes, so the noise was an issue. They squeak on carpet, they squeak on tile, they squeak on concrete, they squeak on asphalt, they squeak on grass, they squeak so loud people want to kick your a*s. You can however put baby power (corn starch) under your superfeet to stop the squeak, but I don't care to have to do more work to make a product work, they should just work. I have sinced moved onto Sole which have a better arch and never squeak. But ending on a postive note, if not for the squeak this is a five star product, durable, effective, kept my feet happy.