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  • Orange insoles are made for those who stand for long periods of time or are active and feel any foot soreness after activity or a long day
  • High-volume insoles take up extra volume in footwear, making them ideal for loose-fitting shoes or narrow feet
  • Topsheets are treated with Agion™ to help control odor
  • Full-length closed-cell foam provides cushioning, while 3/4-length polypropylene heel caps stabilize feet inside boots
  • Deep heel pockets, rockered bottoms and strategically placed forefoot shock pads allow for natural shock absorption
  • Superfeet recommends this style for use in footwear with removable insoles; also suitable for Gore-Tex® footwear
  • 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 Men's

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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 I have had a foot issue for over 10 years. Have been to several Doctors, used plenty of sole inserts and even had some made on the recomendation of my surgeon who eventually dd do surgery and had scheduled me for the other foot. After no relief at all I went for a second Opinion to another surgeon. He heard my story and just shook his head in disbelief. Gave me a couple of injections in the foot and told me to go buy a pair of Superfeet as soon as I leave his office,which I did. Within a week my feet feel amazing literally unbelievable difference. To think how long I endured the pain, missed events because I could barley walk and how much work I missed. Anyway, Thank you Superfeet for giving me my life back.
Date published: 2015-07-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well worth the money I bought a top of the line pair of $300 hiking boots and they were fine for a couple of hikes but then the padding on the foot bed started compressing and they became completely unbearable because of blisters and hotspots. I was almost ready to throw them away until I tried a pair of Superfeet and now they are my favorite hiking boots and are a complete joy to wear. These things are truly amazing how they cradle the foot in an anatomically correct way the foot is supposed to be in when walking/hiking. I bought six pairs of various types to use in all of my shoes.
Date published: 2013-08-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from disappointing After being a big fan of the green superfeet, I was actually quite disappointed in this orange model. The idea of the extra forefoot cushioning is a good one, but it also is the problem. In my Asolo fugitives (wide), the extra cushion pad at the ball of the foot was hitting me just wrong, and was rubbing and causing a great deal of pain. I took one short hike with them, and I got the first blisters I've had since I started using superfeet. I'm going back to the green. That being said, I'm sure that these work great for a lot of people. Like I said, the idea is excellent, and the support is unbeatable. But for me, these just cause a lot of pain.
Date published: 2008-05-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Get the right size! These really pulled my Vasque Clarion boots together. Added stability and support for long hauls with a weeks worth of gear on your back. The review above where the guy had the wrong size is who's fault? REI is really good about exchanging gear "no fault" so I don't see his problem. The greens didn't quite work for me and the blues are just too big in my boots. Love the padding under the ball of the foot of the oranges...find the right size and you'll love 'em. Leaving for a 70 miler in the Sierras (King's Canyon/Sequoia) this next weekend and wouldn't consider the trip without these great insoles!
Date published: 2008-06-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Stuff Have had a pair of Merrills for many, many years and just can't seem to wear them out...except for the insoles which got paper thin. Replaced them with Orange Superfeet and couldn't be happier. Like a brand new shoe. Use them for everyday and for day hikes. Took awhile for my feet to get use to. Actually was a little uncomfortable for a few days while my posture/feet readjusted correctly. Had no major prior physical ailments but did feel much better after getting these in my shoe. Not a bad purchase to consider if your planning a thru hike on the Appalachian Trail...
Date published: 2013-01-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from More comfort than OEM insoles. I'm very flat footed with high pressure points on my heel and ball of my foot and subject to plantar fasciitis. I've used Smartfeet Green for quite some time now and recently switched to Orange as it is slightly thicker and more comfortable than the Green. I only used then in my hiking shoes, but have been using them in my every day sneakers for over a year. They are better, sturdier, and longer lasting then the inserts that come in most shoes. I've tried less expensive inserts and still have not been completely satisfied as I have been with Smartfeet.
Date published: 2013-04-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have 6 sets of Superfeet insoles for my regular shoes, Hockey Skates, Cowboy boots and hiking shoes. Superfeet insoles have changed my life. They are actually better than the custom inserts that I got from my doctor for more than three times the price. I have worn a couple of sets out, but considering the miles I put on them they where more than worth the money. If you have foot problems - try these and they will make a difference.
Date published: 2015-08-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have plantar fasciitis and have had a lot of problems with shoes and such over the past two years. A friend recommended Superfeet. I started looking into them and my friend bought them as an early Christmas present. LOVE! I put them in my shoes and for the first time in 2 years my feet don't hurt. I can walk the dog and I don't have any problems. Waking up and getting out of bed is an amazing experience because I can stand without pain. I'm very happy and quite ecstatic with my new Orange Superfeet!
Date published: 2015-12-11
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Can you please tell me what the difference are compared to the Green Superfeet. I saw where this one had more padding in front. Is that the only difference?

Asked by: NuckifUBuck256
Both the Green and Orange Superfeet insoles are designed for high profile arches and high volume footwear. The Orange models have a little more padding in the forefoot and are designed for more high impact performance.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-11-22

I own Green Superfeet (D) & Berry (C) but want padding of the Berry & high arch of Green, which Orange has. According to Superfeet website, Orange isn't just a Men's product and I'd take a C or D based on my boot size. Have women had trouble with this?  

Asked by: BabsQL
Although the insoles are listed as men’s on our website, women are able to use them. We recommend ordering the insoles in a size C or D.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-03-25
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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 I have had a foot issue for over 10 years. Have been to several Doctors, used plenty of sole inserts and even had some made on the recomendation of my surgeon who eventually dd do surgery and had scheduled me for the other foot. After no relief at all I went for a second Opinion to another surgeon. He heard my story and just shook his head in disbelief. Gave me a couple of injections in the foot and told me to go buy a pair of Superfeet as soon as I leave his office,which I did. Within a week my feet feel amazing literally unbelievable difference. To think how long I endured the pain, missed events because I could barley walk and how much work I missed. Anyway, Thank you Superfeet for giving me my life back.
Date published: 2015-07-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well worth the money I bought a top of the line pair of $300 hiking boots and they were fine for a couple of hikes but then the padding on the foot bed started compressing and they became completely unbearable because of blisters and hotspots. I was almost ready to throw them away until I tried a pair of Superfeet and now they are my favorite hiking boots and are a complete joy to wear. These things are truly amazing how they cradle the foot in an anatomically correct way the foot is supposed to be in when walking/hiking. I bought six pairs of various types to use in all of my shoes.
Date published: 2013-08-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from disappointing After being a big fan of the green superfeet, I was actually quite disappointed in this orange model. The idea of the extra forefoot cushioning is a good one, but it also is the problem. In my Asolo fugitives (wide), the extra cushion pad at the ball of the foot was hitting me just wrong, and was rubbing and causing a great deal of pain. I took one short hike with them, and I got the first blisters I've had since I started using superfeet. I'm going back to the green. That being said, I'm sure that these work great for a lot of people. Like I said, the idea is excellent, and the support is unbeatable. But for me, these just cause a lot of pain.
Date published: 2008-05-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Get the right size! These really pulled my Vasque Clarion boots together. Added stability and support for long hauls with a weeks worth of gear on your back. The review above where the guy had the wrong size is who's fault? REI is really good about exchanging gear "no fault" so I don't see his problem. The greens didn't quite work for me and the blues are just too big in my boots. Love the padding under the ball of the foot of the oranges...find the right size and you'll love 'em. Leaving for a 70 miler in the Sierras (King's Canyon/Sequoia) this next weekend and wouldn't consider the trip without these great insoles!
Date published: 2008-06-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Stuff Have had a pair of Merrills for many, many years and just can't seem to wear them out...except for the insoles which got paper thin. Replaced them with Orange Superfeet and couldn't be happier. Like a brand new shoe. Use them for everyday and for day hikes. Took awhile for my feet to get use to. Actually was a little uncomfortable for a few days while my posture/feet readjusted correctly. Had no major prior physical ailments but did feel much better after getting these in my shoe. Not a bad purchase to consider if your planning a thru hike on the Appalachian Trail...
Date published: 2013-01-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from More comfort than OEM insoles. I'm very flat footed with high pressure points on my heel and ball of my foot and subject to plantar fasciitis. I've used Smartfeet Green for quite some time now and recently switched to Orange as it is slightly thicker and more comfortable than the Green. I only used then in my hiking shoes, but have been using them in my every day sneakers for over a year. They are better, sturdier, and longer lasting then the inserts that come in most shoes. I've tried less expensive inserts and still have not been completely satisfied as I have been with Smartfeet.
Date published: 2013-04-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have 6 sets of Superfeet insoles for my regular shoes, Hockey Skates, Cowboy boots and hiking shoes. Superfeet insoles have changed my life. They are actually better than the custom inserts that I got from my doctor for more than three times the price. I have worn a couple of sets out, but considering the miles I put on them they where more than worth the money. If you have foot problems - try these and they will make a difference.
Date published: 2015-08-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have plantar fasciitis and have had a lot of problems with shoes and such over the past two years. A friend recommended Superfeet. I started looking into them and my friend bought them as an early Christmas present. LOVE! I put them in my shoes and for the first time in 2 years my feet don't hurt. I can walk the dog and I don't have any problems. Waking up and getting out of bed is an amazing experience because I can stand without pain. I'm very happy and quite ecstatic with my new Orange Superfeet!
Date published: 2015-12-11
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Questions & Answers

Can you please tell me what the difference are compared to the Green Superfeet. I saw where this one had more padding in front. Is that the only difference?

Asked by: NuckifUBuck256
Both the Green and Orange Superfeet insoles are designed for high profile arches and high volume footwear. The Orange models have a little more padding in the forefoot and are designed for more high impact performance.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-11-22

I own Green Superfeet (D) & Berry (C) but want padding of the Berry & high arch of Green, which Orange has. According to Superfeet website, Orange isn't just a Men's product and I'd take a C or D based on my boot size. Have women had trouble with this?  

Asked by: BabsQL
Although the insoles are listed as men’s on our website, women are able to use them. We recommend ordering the insoles in a size C or D.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-03-25
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