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Superfeet Trim-To-Fit Green Insole

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    • Green, A 2.5-4W/13.5-2JR
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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
    • Item #SFT0003

    Tech Specs

    Material
    Foundation cross-linked polyethylene, Agion antimicrobial treatment
    Recommended Use
    ski and snowboard boots, hiking shoes, running shoes, industrial footwear
    Manufacturer Warranty
    60 days

    Tech Specs

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    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.

    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?

    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.

    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.

    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.

      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.

        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.

          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.

          Sizing

            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.

            great but make my shoes too tight

              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.

              Do you know when other sizes will be back in stock? Thanks

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

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

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

              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)?

              Are you receiving more sizes anytime soon?...

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

              Any reviews on using these things in ski...

              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 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!

              The recommended use for these green insoles...

              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?

              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.

              Does anyone recommend buying a bigger...

              Does anyone recommend buying a bigger insole because of proper fit? I wear a size 11.5 boot and purchased a pair of green's that fit the boots pretty well with minimal cutting of the insole to make it fit.

              After about a week and 10 - 12 miles on them, I am still feeling as if the arch support is still too far back, resulting in painful heels / arches / feet. I love the insoles otherwise, but I just wish the arch support was located more forward than back. Someone stated they have a size 11 foot, but purchased size 13 insoles for better arch fit. Any suggestions?

              The size of insole you purchase does determine where the arch support falls in relation to the heel; so yeah you might want to get a larger size thus placing the arch further away from the heel...Its also possible that you need a more specific arch support, i.e. higher/flatter/etc... I would recommend checking out the Dr. Scholls custom fit orthotics foot mapping system... I found the system at my local Walmart and when I did the map and purchased what was suggested, I was really surprised...

              which superfeet is best for long treks and...

              which superfeet is best for long treks and backpacking. I have flat feet. THanks.

              Best Answer

              The flat feet make it sort of a tough call, but there are two ways to possibly go. The best cushioning for trekking and carrying a load would generally be these green trim-to-fits. I swear by mine. The problem with these is that they're going to provide enough arch support that it might take some time for your feet to adjust. If you go with these, you'll definitely want to wear them before you hit the trail to break them (and your feet) in. Superfeet generally recommends the blue insole for flatter feet, but they're made more for narrower everyday/casual/dress shoes. I would tend to tell you to get the Greens, test them out, see if they cause you any pain that persists. If not, you're on your way with a pair of insoles that will make a huge difference in comfort, as well as helping to correct any pronation problems that people with low arches suffer from. Hope that helped.

              I have very flat feet & love my greens! Ap air of these go in every pair of boots I buy. Be forwarned though that usually have to wear them on a couple of shorter hikes to get them broken in, but the comfort afterwards is definitely worth it. The last a long time...still using a pair from several years ago.

              which superfeet is best for long treks and...

              which superfeet is best for long treks and backpacking. I have flat feet. THanks.

              Can you please tell me what size I should...

              Can you please tell me what size I should get to use in womens size 25 ski boots? In regular shoes I wear a women's 9.5 (usually translates to 26.5 mondo), but my boots, which fit great, are 25 (regular womens 8.5 or 7.5 depending on the chart). So should I order Superfeet in my regular shoe size (9.5)? Or a women's size 8.5 or 7.5? I'm really confused. Thanks

              I would go with the 8.5-10 size D. This way you can trim them down to match your foot and ski boot. The one below could possible be far too small and cause problems where as the size D should be just right after trimming. Also, you may want to check out some other superfeet options if you're feet get cold while skiing - they sell one with a thermal barrier.

              will these fit wide boots?

              will these fit wide boots?

              yes. they trim to fit, and are quite wide. be sure to go get sized in a store. i've been wearing the greens for ten years, but i wear a size larger than the normal recommended size because of my foot type and wide heel/rearfoot area. cheers.

              I just recently got the green insoles as...

              I just recently got the green insoles as a gift and I'm about to put them in my Thirtytwo Lashed snowboard boots, the problem is, the liners do not have removable liners. How would I go about trimming them and properly fitting them into the liner without any complications? Since there aren't any soles to trace, I'm afraid I'll ruin the superfeet before I even get a chance to try them out. Thanks.

              Assuming that these even work on top of existing liners (an issue in iteself), the easiest way to trim fit these without tracing is to insert the superfeet insole into your boot, seat the heal portion properly, then use your hands to feel where the material is bunching up. Then, it simply becomes a delicate process of trimming small amounts of the sides (preferably evenly on both sides) until it fits right. But also be advised that SuperFeet makes insoles specifically for footwear that does not have removable footbeds. (I think it's their blue insoles, but don't quote me on that.)

              I bought the blue insoles. Wore them 3...

              I bought the blue insoles. Wore them 3 hours the first day and they felt wonderful. Then about 3 to 4 hours the next day and after sleeping that night, I woke up to the same pain I had been having down the side of my leg, can't put any weight on that leg.
              Did I leave them in to long.? They felt so good.

              Hi Anna,

              Hard to say if it is related or not. What I do know about the insoles is that there is a break in period of at least two weeks for your feet. Wear them a couple hours a day for the first two weeks, and build up to wearing them all day during the two weeks.

              You might want to see a doctor for the leg pain.

              Hope this helps!

              I just bought a pair of these and have...

              I just bought a pair of these and have been wearing them for a few days. I used the insoles from my hiking shoes to trim these insoles to fit. They slide in just fine and sit exactly how they should sit. I know they are suppose to feel odd at first due to the arch support closer to the rear and I also realise that they should take a while to get used to. But here's my question, anyone have a horrible pain in the heel area until that initial break in? i have high arches and they feel great with these insoles, but my heels are simply killing me after three days use. I'm seriously considering getting that refund on these insoles, but figured I'd ask if anyone else had this problem before they broke them in after a week. I'd really like someone to tell me that after a week my heels will be fine and to hang in there cuz I made a good purchase. However, after 35 bux and three days worth of teeth gritting pain in my heels I'm second guessing whether or not these were a good idea. thanks!

              Just a little warning to anyone putting...

              Just a little warning to anyone putting them in ski boots, DON'T if you do any kind of jumps. The soles in your boots are flat so that normally your feet can spread out on impact but if you put in an insole with a cupped heel and land hard your heel is going to be hurting for a couple of weeks.

              Best Answer

              Not a question and not strictly accurate either. I jump on skis all the time with cupped insoles, no problems so far.To put it more bluntly: 'kboniface' is completely incorrect. The vast majority of stock ski boot footbeds are flat so they can fit the majority of people's feet without having any high spots (which would cause immediate pain.) Custom ski boot footbeds made by an experienced bootfitter at a ship will *always* rise up to support the natural arch and curves of the foot, including a heelcup. -Phunk

              Haven't had any problems with these in my ski boots (Dalbello Krypton Pros). As a matter of fact, these have been a savior for me, and my feet have hurt less using these footbeds than in my 22 years of skiing. And for the record, I drop 15-30 foot cliffs on a regular basis, in addition to backcountry booters. Not huge, I know, but big enough that it should cause a problem from "hard landings" if it is indeed a problem. I know people who use them in their ski boots and go even bigger than me, and haven't had any problems either.

              I'm looking for some insoles to take up a...

              I'm looking for some insoles to take up a little room and add arch support in a pair of Nordica Speed Machine 10's Size 28. Does anyone know which is the best for ski boots, and what size to get for them?

              Green's are a bit thicker than the blues so they should take up more room. Also the blues have a piece of plastic in the heel for support that can be a little tough to squeeze into ski boots. Go with size E, take out your old insoles, hold next to the superfeet insoles and trim to the same size.

              Looking for green superfeet in size E..not...

              Looking for green superfeet in size E..not shown as an option under sft003. Do you stock size "E"?I see you have "E" in Wintergreen sft005..perhaps that's the same product as your sft003?? except in larger size?