Give your running or work shoes the Superfeet treatment.
Superfeet created the Trim-to-Fit Orange Insoles specifically for men who spend a lot of time on their feet, whether walking, running, or working. Replace your old insoles with the Orange Insole from Superfeet to add support and absorb shock. An Agion antimicrobial top cover treatment reduces foot odor and bacteria.
- Full-length Rebound foam for cushion and forefoot flex
- Stabilizer cap supports and aligns the rearfoot
- Agion silver-based antimicrobal treatment naturally reduces foot odor and bacteria
- Forefoot shock pad for added comfort
- Ideal for men's feet with a medium to high arch
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Great insoles, I use them for all my shoes! Easy to trim, just remove the old insole, match them up at the heel, trace the edge on the new pair, trim, insert, enjoy!
I wear them in my hiking boots, running shoes, dress shoes, and golf shoes. Great product.
I put them in some snow boots that I have and they simply do the job, they are not as comfortable as my vans but they work
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I started out with the green ones which were great until i started working on my feet all day. I have an orange pair with forefront shock pad which is a great added padding. I have several pairs for each of my shoes.
These are amazing, just make sure you get the right size. I had a pair that was a tad to small. I went to work at a bar and at the end my feet hurt really bad in the heel. I just got a bigger size and love them!
I've got two pairs of these and I definitely plan on getting more! These offer far more support than what's offered from the original insole and last a lot longer
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 what I'm trekking over. Do your feet and legs a favor and just buy em!
Used Superfeet since they began business years ago. I bought my first pair and probably paid $8. Now at $44 they are often half the price of a good pair of cross trainers and they are going up. Not sure they are worth the expense and while I like 'em I simple cannot afford 'em.
I am curios which insole might be best for cycling shoes.
For Cycling Shoes: Look at the Blue, Yellow and Black Superfeet Insoles. Depending on the type of shoe (touring vs road vs mountain shoes), the tightness of the fit, and your personal taste, will determine which of these works best.
love these footbeds. super comfortable and provide great support and cushion
Can anyone describe how the orange compares to the green superfeet? Thanks
I know you asked this question awhile back, but I'm sure quite a few people are wondering the same thing.
The green have a higher more aggressive arch. The orange have a thin foam cushion under the forefoot making them a little bit more forgiving for those longer treks/walks.
@Mitch - Thanks for the answer. I ended up taking the plunge and purchasing the Orange. I agree with your assessment. I find the added extra 1mm of padding on the forefoot to be huge improvement. I don't experience nearly the same level of foot fatigue I did in the Greens. I'll never buy the Green ones again.
Never understood the need for different insoles... until I got these. I first put the red ones in my ski boots because the intuition liners dont come with them. Changed my life. I now put superfeet in everything i wear, skate-shoes through backpacking boots. The arch is higher back than Im used to put your body adjusts to it and after a few uses you dont even notice. My back feels better, dont have any foot cramps, and I feel comfortable all day. You need to try a pair
Do I choose the same size i Super Feet in orange that I choose in green. Really like the green but need more cushioning especially at the metatarsal area
Yep, same sizing.
I'm a huge fan in these inserts. I got a stress fracture in my leg after a long hike and I have been more careful with my footwear ever since. I started using these and they have made a big difference. They provide great support and a good amount of cushion too. I have a slightly wide 10.5 foot and the Orange E's fit perfectly. I have these insoles in nearly all of my shoes.
Plan and simple don't work for me. I wish I hadn't of got these.
I've used orange Superfeet in several pairs of trail running shoes, including Asics and Montrail. You should absolutely have these professionally fitted, because these can do more harm than good if they are the wrong size.
After a break in period, I noticed considerably less foot fatigue and better overall posture. I was on my feet on a concrete floor for 8+ hours a day, and go home to take my shoes off, having felt like I was sitting all day. On the trail they do the same. The stability and support they give your feet is fantastic, maximizing the performance of your footwear. The front pad give just enough cushion in the forefoot to make any activity where you're on your toes a little more enjoyable.
I noticed with several pairs of my orange Superfeet in Montrail shoes that my heel would start to rub my socks in a way that I had never experiences before. After almost a year of this, I tried blue Superfeet in the same shoes. The lower profile of the blue allowed my foot to sit properly in the heel cup, stopping the rubbing issue. While I miss the cushion of the orange in the forefoot, the better fit in the heel cup is well worth it. While superfeet does design each insole for a specific purpose, don't be afraid to try different ones. A different color may work better for you.
These are WAY to beefy for most cycling shoes. I feel that way about most superfeet insoles, but these ones in particular. These are designed to fit into workboots. The way superfeet align your foot is to create a very large and solid heel cup. This works OK in most shoe applications, but in low-volume cycling shoes, there is little to no chance of this being a comfortable insole. It will push your heel up too high, and your shoe will not retain your heel as it is designed to.
I have used Superfeet Greens for my military boots, and I loved them so much that I figured I'd get these orange ones for some of my less-impact-intense footwear. 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've always had a problem with sore heels after being on my feet for a long time in any kind of shoes. These solved that problem. These are a pretty big $$$ investment, but they are worth it. I've only ever tried the orange because they're rated for maximum support, and I love them. I wish I could afford a pair to slide in every pair of shoes I own, but right now I just wear them in my hiking boots and trail-running shoes (I wear 13s in those but 11.5 to 12 in regular shoes, so I can't swap them). They do feel odd at first under the arch, but the manual included tells me that is because they are properly supporting my arch, where other insoles are not. They must be right, because it feels fine after getting used to, and my heels no longer ache.
I purchased these to work with my Salomon XA Pro 3D Ultra GTX Trail Running Shoe and oh did they make a difference. I have high arches and although these insoles are described as a mid to high arch insole replacement (I still prefer an even higher arched insole) they've made a complete difference in functionality.
I could not hike/run in the Salomon's after just 2 trips due to the flat insoles that accompanied the shoe causing too much foot pain and these insoles relieved most of the discomfort. I've tried these in a half-dozen other shoes I own and they work just as well. Well worth the investment!!