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Details

  • Low- to medium-volume insoles take up less volume, making them ideal for close-fitting shoes or wide feet
  • Full-length closed-cell foam provides cushioning, while 3/4-length polypropylene heel caps stabilize feet inside boots
  • Deep heel pockets, rockered bottoms and soft edges allow for natural cushioning and shock absorption
  • Superfeet recommends this style for use in footwear with non-removable insoles
  • Blue Superfeet are not recommended for use with Gore-Tex® footwear as shape of rigid heel cap can stress GTX linings (try Green Premium insoles if arch allows)
  • These Superfeet insoles are sold in US men’s sizing

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Specs

Best Use Fitness, Running, Hiking
Material(s) Closed-cell polyethylene foam/polypropylene heel cap/nylon lining
Gender Unisex

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Sizing notes

Select the letter that matches your shoe size range. Letters on all Superfeet products represent heel cup width. For Superfeet insoles to work properly, your heels must be "in" the heel cup entirely, not "on" the heel cup on either side of foot. Stand on a pair of Superfeet in the letter that corresponds closest to your shoe size making sure your heel fits nice and snug "in" the heel cup. If that heel cup is too small, select the next letter size up. After you find your perfect heel-cup fit, simply trim the excess foam (using the sock liner from any of your shoes as a guide) and insert the new trimmed insoles into your shoes (removing the sock liners first).

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Do yourself a favor . . . If you're reading reviews on arch supports chances are you actually need them. If that's the case you've found the right one. Trust me, I've tried them all. I never thought about stuff like this until I got into distance running, suddenly my feet are screaming at me and I don't want to cut back on the mileage. I've got flat feet, so the physical therapist recommended these guys. They're fantastic. Not only is the foot pain gone, all the other aches and pains that come with running (and getting older) are gone too. Back, hips, knees, you name it. Just bought my wife a pair and she loves them too. Try for yourself. Trust me.
Date published: 2010-06-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have flat feet and started to have problems running and developed knee pain and Plantar Fascitis 14 years ago. I went to a top sports medicine clinic in Toronto and was prescribed 350$ custom orthotics ( paid by my employee health plan). Unfortunately I found the orthotics uncomfortable no matter how many times the clinic modified them and after a few months of use decided to search for an alternative product . That's when I discovered Superfeet! From the first week I was sold and I've been using Superfeet insoles exclusively since 2001. I use them in almost all my shoes and have recommended them to many of my friends. I can't be effusive enough in my thanks and praise for their outstanding products.
Date published: 2014-07-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Superfeet standard I've tried multiple colors of Superfeet, and in my opinion these are the "standard" set of insoles they offer. Try these before going with anything else. They don't take up as much volume as the greens, and also have a lower arch. I used them in multiple pairs of shoes, including ski boots. One thing I've found is that I have to buy the largest size of these and trim the forefoot to fit the shoe. This is even though I have size 11.5-12 feet, I have to buy the largest size of these which is G and is meant to fit size 13+. The reason is that the "proper" size of these Superfeet have the arch too far back, which leads to pain for me. With the largest size, the arch is perfectly aligned with mine. This isn't really a hassle at all, but just a note for fitment.
Date published: 2014-03-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Arch Support in my Hiking Shoes I tried the Orange, Green, and Copper Superfeet in my hiking shoes and the Blue was the best for my horrible Flat Feet. The other colors did not work well for me. Blue provided the needed arch support that the insoles that came with the shoes did not. They prevent my foot from moving around in the shoe and prevents arch pain caused by not enough support. Wish that I had tried them a long time ago. They are very comfortable and this is my second Superfeet pair. I use the Yellow version in my cycling cleats for top performance.
Date published: 2013-01-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from These insoles were prescribed to me and the rest of my School Of Infantry class by physical therapists when I was in the Marine Corp. Considering the amount we are on our feet and the amount of weight we carry on hikes, these insoles saved my feet dearly. After a week I forgot they were there and they provided structure and arch support that I never imagined possible. If these are good enough for Marine Corp Infantry men...the're good enough for anyone!
Date published: 2016-08-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from failed experiment I have plantar faciitis. After reading the reviews for this product, I ordered a pair. Unfortunately, these inserts did not help me at all. The arch was located too far back (toward the heel) and did not offer support where I needed it. I ended up ordering custom orthotics. If I had not ordered the superfeet, I would have wondered whether I might have gotten by without the orthotics, so I'm not sorry that I tried, but these were not a good solution for my feet. If you don't have trouble finding shoes that fit, these might work for you, but if you do have trouble finding shoes, and are haveing trouble with PF, I'd go for the custom orthotics and not waste money on Superfeet.
Date published: 2013-02-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Instant healing I wear athletic shoes most of the time and even though they are the most supportive and comfortable of all my shoes, I developed extreme pain in my left heel and ankle that forced me to cut down on my walking. After reading about Superfeet I decided to try them, and on my first walk with Superfeet installed I experienced no pain whatsoever in my heel and ankle. The difference between the ordinary flimsy running shoe insole and Superfeet is night and day. I am completely sold on these insoles and plan to purchase more.
Date published: 2013-10-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Ouch! My feet don't feel 'super'! Bought these to replace factory inserts of Keen boots. Felt good in store. After hiking 12 miles....not good. The insole cups the heel too much and causes massive blisters and make hiking very painful. I understand the desire to cup the heel for pronation control, but it shouldn't result in blistering. Not really a 'break-in' period for insoles and considering the rigid construction of these, it just can't happen. Had Superfeet in past with no problems, just not this style. Even had REI rep recommend this style for me. Superfeet has 60 comfort guarantee and REI refunded thankfully.
Date published: 2013-10-28
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Do superfeet go over, or in place of removable insoles?

Asked by: Jonathan 1
Either...depending upon how much free space you have in the heel and toe-box areas. Personally, I prefer to remove the insole (if it's removable without damage to the sole area) even though the "Details" area of the Premium Blue description says the following about non-removable insoles: "Superfeet recommends this style for use in footwear with non-removable insoles." Note that each SuperFeet color has different usage recommendations!  And don't forget, if you're a member you have REI's ironclad guarantee. Even if you end up trimming (cutting) the insole to get it to fit well...and then decide it's not for you...just ship back to REI for a full refund. The company's customer service is among the very best in the outdoor & recreation industry. Totally no hassle. 
Answered by: Felix1
Date published: 2017-06-20
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Please select a color/size.

Size chart

Sizing notes

Select the letter that matches your shoe size range. Letters on all Superfeet products represent heel cup width. For Superfeet insoles to work properly, your heels must be "in" the heel cup entirely, not "on" the heel cup on either side of foot. Stand on a pair of Superfeet in the letter that corresponds closest to your shoe size making sure your heel fits nice and snug "in" the heel cup. If that heel cup is too small, select the next letter size up. After you find your perfect heel-cup fit, simply trim the excess foam (using the sock liner from any of your shoes as a guide) and insert the new trimmed insoles into your shoes (removing the sock liners first).

Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Do yourself a favor . . . If you're reading reviews on arch supports chances are you actually need them. If that's the case you've found the right one. Trust me, I've tried them all. I never thought about stuff like this until I got into distance running, suddenly my feet are screaming at me and I don't want to cut back on the mileage. I've got flat feet, so the physical therapist recommended these guys. They're fantastic. Not only is the foot pain gone, all the other aches and pains that come with running (and getting older) are gone too. Back, hips, knees, you name it. Just bought my wife a pair and she loves them too. Try for yourself. Trust me.
Date published: 2010-06-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have flat feet and started to have problems running and developed knee pain and Plantar Fascitis 14 years ago. I went to a top sports medicine clinic in Toronto and was prescribed 350$ custom orthotics ( paid by my employee health plan). Unfortunately I found the orthotics uncomfortable no matter how many times the clinic modified them and after a few months of use decided to search for an alternative product . That's when I discovered Superfeet! From the first week I was sold and I've been using Superfeet insoles exclusively since 2001. I use them in almost all my shoes and have recommended them to many of my friends. I can't be effusive enough in my thanks and praise for their outstanding products.
Date published: 2014-07-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Superfeet standard I've tried multiple colors of Superfeet, and in my opinion these are the "standard" set of insoles they offer. Try these before going with anything else. They don't take up as much volume as the greens, and also have a lower arch. I used them in multiple pairs of shoes, including ski boots. One thing I've found is that I have to buy the largest size of these and trim the forefoot to fit the shoe. This is even though I have size 11.5-12 feet, I have to buy the largest size of these which is G and is meant to fit size 13+. The reason is that the "proper" size of these Superfeet have the arch too far back, which leads to pain for me. With the largest size, the arch is perfectly aligned with mine. This isn't really a hassle at all, but just a note for fitment.
Date published: 2014-03-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Arch Support in my Hiking Shoes I tried the Orange, Green, and Copper Superfeet in my hiking shoes and the Blue was the best for my horrible Flat Feet. The other colors did not work well for me. Blue provided the needed arch support that the insoles that came with the shoes did not. They prevent my foot from moving around in the shoe and prevents arch pain caused by not enough support. Wish that I had tried them a long time ago. They are very comfortable and this is my second Superfeet pair. I use the Yellow version in my cycling cleats for top performance.
Date published: 2013-01-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from These insoles were prescribed to me and the rest of my School Of Infantry class by physical therapists when I was in the Marine Corp. Considering the amount we are on our feet and the amount of weight we carry on hikes, these insoles saved my feet dearly. After a week I forgot they were there and they provided structure and arch support that I never imagined possible. If these are good enough for Marine Corp Infantry men...the're good enough for anyone!
Date published: 2016-08-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from failed experiment I have plantar faciitis. After reading the reviews for this product, I ordered a pair. Unfortunately, these inserts did not help me at all. The arch was located too far back (toward the heel) and did not offer support where I needed it. I ended up ordering custom orthotics. If I had not ordered the superfeet, I would have wondered whether I might have gotten by without the orthotics, so I'm not sorry that I tried, but these were not a good solution for my feet. If you don't have trouble finding shoes that fit, these might work for you, but if you do have trouble finding shoes, and are haveing trouble with PF, I'd go for the custom orthotics and not waste money on Superfeet.
Date published: 2013-02-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Instant healing I wear athletic shoes most of the time and even though they are the most supportive and comfortable of all my shoes, I developed extreme pain in my left heel and ankle that forced me to cut down on my walking. After reading about Superfeet I decided to try them, and on my first walk with Superfeet installed I experienced no pain whatsoever in my heel and ankle. The difference between the ordinary flimsy running shoe insole and Superfeet is night and day. I am completely sold on these insoles and plan to purchase more.
Date published: 2013-10-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Ouch! My feet don't feel 'super'! Bought these to replace factory inserts of Keen boots. Felt good in store. After hiking 12 miles....not good. The insole cups the heel too much and causes massive blisters and make hiking very painful. I understand the desire to cup the heel for pronation control, but it shouldn't result in blistering. Not really a 'break-in' period for insoles and considering the rigid construction of these, it just can't happen. Had Superfeet in past with no problems, just not this style. Even had REI rep recommend this style for me. Superfeet has 60 comfort guarantee and REI refunded thankfully.
Date published: 2013-10-28
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Questions & Answers

Do superfeet go over, or in place of removable insoles?

Asked by: Jonathan 1
Either...depending upon how much free space you have in the heel and toe-box areas. Personally, I prefer to remove the insole (if it's removable without damage to the sole area) even though the "Details" area of the Premium Blue description says the following about non-removable insoles: "Superfeet recommends this style for use in footwear with non-removable insoles." Note that each SuperFeet color has different usage recommendations!  And don't forget, if you're a member you have REI's ironclad guarantee. Even if you end up trimming (cutting) the insole to get it to fit well...and then decide it's not for you...just ship back to REI for a full refund. The company's customer service is among the very best in the outdoor & recreation industry. Totally no hassle. 
Answered by: Felix1
Date published: 2017-06-20
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