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Superfeet Trim-To-Fit Blue Insole


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    • Blue, A 2.5-4W/13.5-2Jr
    • Blue, B 3.5-5M/4.5-6W/2.5-4Jr
    • Blue, C 5.5-7M/6.5-8W

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    Give you dress shoes the support of an athletic shoe with the Superfeet Blue Insoles.

    Superfeet designed the Trim-To-Fit Blue Insoles for your casual and dress shoes. These insoles provide arch support for tighter-fitting shoes like cleats or for people who don't have high arches.. If most insoles feel like there is too much arch support, the Blue will feel just right for you.
    • 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 low to medium arches
    • Item #SFT0004

    Tech Specs

    Foundation cross-linked polyethylene, Agion antimicrobial treatment
    Recommended Use
    casual footwear, running shoes, cleats
    Manufacturer Warranty
    60 days

    Tech Specs

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    Throw 'em in the touring boots!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Height: 6'1"
    • Weight: 175lbs

    I needed another pair of insoles as I became tired of switching my custom ski insoles between boots all the time. These were a cheap option and they work great for something like a touring boot where the performance of the boot is garbage anyway. Would definitely recommend putting into something that you don't need a ton of groomer ripping performance out of.

    True Blue

    • Height: 6'0"
    • Weight: 165lbs

    I put Superfeet insoles in almost all of my shoes. My arch really appreciates it! I can walk/run miles in these without my feet hurting. These particular blue ones I am using for my Salomon trail running shoes. It's just enough support.

    Great Support

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Height: 5'2"
    • Weight: 115lbs

    These are pretty great. Super comfortable and they keep me on my feet. Not too mushy, as I had hoped, and make walking around all day for work much easier to deal with. Great fit.

    Foot support is no joke

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: E
    • Height: 6'0"
    • Weight: 130lbs

    I slid a pair of these bad boys in my Salomon MTN explores because the stock insoles were quite pitiful. Most ski boot insoles meet the bare minimum because everyone's feet are different, and these insoles help fill in the gaps to provide maximum comfort and support.

    Great Support

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Height: 5'10"
    • Weight: 160lbs

    I'm on my feet all day at work and these make all of the difference in the world at the end of the day. These provide great support and are super easy to cut to size

    Very Comfortable

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Height: 5'10"
    • Weight: 155lbs

    I have been using these in a pair of Dynafit TLT6 touring boots for a few months and I've been very pleased with them. Honestly, they don't feel much different than the $200 custom footbed I had in my old boots. The TLT6 is a low volume boot with a tight fit and very little extra space. These work great for this application; they are very thin and don't take up unnecessary space.

    Do some research and make sure that you're buying the right model for your arch type or they'll be miserably uncomfortable.

    I only use superfeet

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

    And thses are pretty good. I feel that the greens have more arch support but I was told my my physical therapist to get these because they have a little more cushion. I will still only use super feet for my flat feet. Great product.

    Where Have These Been All My Life?

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

    I owned a pair Superfeet insoles when I was 18 and working in Alaska processing salmon. My coworkers and I were on our feet 16 hours a day, 7 days a week for 3 months and the most common complaint was that people's feet hurt. Not ONCE did my feet or back hurt the entire summer. Sadly, those insoles disappeared a long time ago so I recently decided to purchase a new pair. They're as awesome as I remember. Every pair of shoes I own feel like they've been custom fitted and my feet and back aches are gone.

    Solid mid to low arch support

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

    My arch has somewhat collapsed over the years of abuse. I stepped into the green insole and it was pretty uncomfortable feeling right away. The Blue seemed to offer a little more room for my voluminous foot and had a little bit less arch support. It felt like the arch support was too near my heel but the Superfeet rep told me if they feel that way it's in perfect position. Also if you are new to insoles you may want to wear these for only a few hours a day to get used to them. I've had mine in solid for about a week now. My feet feel progressively more comfortable as they adjust to the support. Great for lower volume shoes but the black works best for super low volume applications. You will need to trim these but it's pretty easy. Check out the video for easy instructions.

    Great Insoles for Hiking!

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

    I've had these in for 3 years now....What a difference once the original insoles blew out. Hikers became more comfortable and long hikes didn't ache my feet. I would purchase again for my new pair of Scarpa Gailash boots!

    Solid product

      I have very flat feet and my feet were killing me being in used snowboard boots all day at work. I put these in my boots the improvement was noticeable by the second day when my feet started to get used to them. THey are a great insole and I want to get a pair for every pair of shoes that I own. I would like to try the orange for my snowboard boots due to the cushion in the ball of the foot area.


      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Have you ever wanted your feet, especially your heels, to hurt more than you imagined at the end of the day? Have you ever wanted to spend money to accomplish this masochistic goal? Than THESE might be the insoles for you!

      Seriously, whoever came up with the idea of putting a wedge of plastic under your heel deserves to be slapped silly with their own invention. I stuck with these for 1 1/2 months of daily use and the discomfort only grew. It felt like I was developing plantar fascitis. I've heard people swear by these just like I've heard people swear them off. Make sure you buy them from a place with a good return policy in case you fall into the latter category.

      I have had my feet professionally fitted for orthotics. To get the right fit in superfeet I need to get the size larger than what I normally get for proper fitting for my arch. I'm an 11 and buy the 13-15 size and trim them back to fit. otherwise they arch up too far back and would possibly cause the discomfort described. This method works great for MY feet.

      I have used the blue for sometime now and...

      I have used the blue for sometime now and am considering giving the green a shot. I have quite flat feet (but am more than comfortable wearing my blues) and was wondering if anyone knew the actual difference of the rise of the arch in the green vs. blue. Thanks

      Hi Michael, I don't know the answer to your question but wanted to provide some info on my experiences... I was in Walmart and tried out the Dr. Scholl's custom footmapping computer thing only to find out that my foot arches were not what I thought they were (I had one foot suggesting a different # then the other!). I purchased the suggested number and have relieved lots of back and foot pain... Thought it was a gimmick but was pleasantly surprised...might give it a try...

      Best Answer

      I use the blues in my snowboard boots because I also do not have high arches. I decided this past winter to give the greens a shot, and while they were quite comfortable, the arch is a little higher because there is also a slightly higher heel cup. I wound up switching back to the blues because they compromised the heel retention system in my boot and my foot slid up more. So, while I would recommend the greens for high-impact activities for some people, keep in mind that they do take up more room in the heel than the blues. And if you have flat feet, I would stick to the blues.

      I also have very flat feet. You will want to stick with the blues. The green insoles have a higher arch and will likely cause discomfort. Superfeet blue insoles are made for flat feet to medium arches.

      Will these insoles work with Sidi Ergo 2's...

      Will these insoles work with Sidi Ergo 2's or Genius 6.6 cycling shoes?

      Yes these will work and the work pretty well. There is a chance that your shoe will fit tighter becuase the Sidi insoles are thinner than the superfeet blue. If you have no extra room in your shoe now a replacement insole may put you in the uncomfortably tight arena.

      The Superfeet blue insole is the lowest profile insole they make so it is your best bet. The green is way too thick.

      my 8 year old son has muscles and tendon...

      my 8 year old son has muscles and tendon problems but the worst part is his feet are extra wide. how do i know if i order an insole that the with will feet?

      Best Answer

      With superfeet, your looking to fit the heel cup to the heel. Order a couple letter sizes (higher for wider feet), and when he places his foot (with sock) in the insole, the heel fat pad shouldn't spill over the insole, and he should feel like his heel is sitting in the heel cup instead of around the perimeter (a smaller size helps determine what is too small, you'll know).

      Not sure if I understood your question, but hope this helps.

      A good reply from Steve. I would add that the blue fit pretty narrow, particularily in the forefoot. For wider feet I'd go up a size category if your son's size is at the upper limit for the category. For example, I am a size 10.5, and find I'd need the F, not the E.