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    • Orange, G 13.5-15M

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    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
    • Item #SFT0002

    Tech Specs

    Rebound high-density EVA, Agion antimicrobial treatment
    Recommended Use
    hiking boots, higher-volume athletic shoes, industrial footwear
    Manufacturer Warranty
    60 days

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    Changed my boots for the better

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

    I had some snowboarding boots that would KILL my feet. They were still in good condition, so I figured I would try out some SuperFeet insoles. They have made my boots so much more comfortable that I feel like I saved money by not having to buy new boots.

    I will spend the whole day on my feet doing laps on the mountain and my feet don't bother me in the least. In the summer I will definitely be putting these in my hiking boots. Can't recommend SuperFeet enough

    End of Pain

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

    I have these for pretty much any shoe I wear. It has greatly reduced my knee and back aches after a full day on my feet.

    The only drawback I have it that at the price, I wish they were more durable. They end up cracking on the plastic part and losing a touch of structure. I have gone through a few pair by the time I have worn out the shoe.

    Sports or casual

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Have to say that I enjoy these, but when you pay this much for insoles they better do something. Takes some time to form to foot, but once they do they feel good. I got the one's for a size 9 foot and my foot is a bit wide so I had to go up a size. I use these for my hiking boots and snowboard boots. Both work great. No complaints.


    • 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.

    Great but Expensive

      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.

      Must Have

        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

        Love these things

          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.

          True to claims

            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.

            Not for cycling shoes

              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.

              What makes these specific for men may I ask?? Some women spend just as much time on their feet, if not more. My local running store said these are similar to the green insoles (which I use now) but with more cushioning. They said nothing about gender.

              There's definitely a good chance these would work for you Kristen. If your local shop carries them I would say it'd be a good idea to slide them in your shoes and try them if they'll let you. Superfeet insoles are like magic... as long as you get the right ones. They make different ones for different "volumes" and arch heights.

              There's some good info on their site here...


              Any chance you will be getting some size...

              Any chance you will be getting some size E superfeet oranges in stock any time soon? Like over the next month?

              I am curios which insole might be best for...

              I am curios which insole might be best for cycling shoes.

              Can anyone describe how the orange compares...

              Can anyone describe how the orange compares to the green superfeet? Thanks

              Best Answer

              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.

              Do I choose the same size i Super Feet in...

              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

              Does anyone know if these would be any...

              Does anyone know if these would be any good in a ski boot?

              Ya, you could put these in a ski boot. It would obviously change how the boot fits, but you should be able to adjust that easily by loosing up the straps.Great ball & heel shock absorption. They're best for work boots & shoes.

              Superfeet Yellow is made for ski boots. They allow for a better fit in tighter-fitting footwear like skates and ski boots, they have ventilation, and they are made for footwear with a raised heel like skates, ski boots, and western boots.

              Superfeet yellow are designed for hockey skates and cycling shoes with an elevated heel (according to superfeet's website).

              The superfeet specifically designed for ski boots are the REDhot and hotPINK superfeet, which feature extra insulation technology to keep your feet warm in cold conditions.