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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).

Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by from What a difference! I have a pair of New Balance walking shoes that I really like. They fit very comfortably...for about two hours. Then my arches start to ache.[...] The shoe rep there suggested the Berry Superfeet (medium-to-high volume). She fit them for me and sized them. I immediately noticed a difference. I walked for 4 more hours that day...NO ARCH pain! And the bonus...no lower back pain! I had not equated the lower back pain after two hours of walking, with the arch issue! To my surprise, both issues solved with these amazingly light inserts! Am here online today to buy another pair for my other shoes! :) Worth every penny!
Date published: 2007-09-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Can't live with them! My podiatrist originally recommended I use Superfeet in my hiking boots to relieve toenail pressure. I had found my toenails going black, even though the hiking boots were large enough. When I purchased new hiking boots, I purchased the Superfeet. Worked well enough to climb Mt Kilimanjaro! Subsequently I have developed plantar fascitis in my heal and a neuroma on my other foot. Both these conditions benefit from the arch support and alignment of the Superfeet insert. In order to stay pain free, I now transfer my Superfeet insole from my jogging shoes to my Jazzercise shoes to my hiking boots!
Date published: 2007-09-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have these in all my (athletic) shoes! I have these in all of my footwear (except casual shoes/heels) I have flat feet and issues with nearly every boot or shoe that I own because of it. I have a pair of these in my Asolos, my nordic ski boots, my trail runners - you get the idea. My chiropractor told me to wear inserts such as these to help with over-pronation. He said that a lot of people with flat feet tend to have knee problems for this reason. In my case, most of my shoes won't fit correctly (causing rubbing in unusual areas) without inserts anyway! I do recommend replacing them every 6 months if you use them frequently
Date published: 2012-05-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Instant stability for squishy rain boots I have a pair of rubber rain boots that are very flexible and squishy in the sole, giving my feet no support when walking. With a pair of Superfeet Berry added to the boots, my feet are now less prone to rolling to the side when walking. My arches feel supported. I was a bit concerned about the "medium to high volume" description of these insoles, but in practice, they do not seem to take up any more room in the boots than a typical insole would. My rain boots were slightly roomy, so these Superfeet assist in fit as well as in comfort and stability. The insoles seem well made.
Date published: 2007-10-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from saved my workouts! I have a lot of foot and knee problems including plantar fasciitis, extremely high arches, hypermobile tendons, and arthritis. I have gained a lot of weight in the last few years and it has to come off, in no small part because it is exacerbating my knee and ankle problems. However, the pain of exercising is almost unbearable. A friend suggested Zumba (Latin cardio dancing) as a fun option that has a high calorie burn rate; is it - but it was excruciating on my feet and knees. After purchasing a well-recommended pair of low-friction shoes, the pain was better but still bad. I got a pair of Berry Superfeet and it helped so much I couldn't believe it. Working out is still painful, but now I can endure it for 40 minutes at a time.
Date published: 2011-05-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from These are the best insoles ever I have tried just about every insole that's sold in stores, and none of them have ever helped my foot pain. I have med-high arches, and would get terrible pain in the heels and balls of my feet whenever I had to stand (like working a retail job, or even shopping for a couple hours). I thought my only option would be to get custom insoles from a podiatrist, but these insoles have seriously been a miracle. I can stand for 8 hours straight, and have no foot pain at the end of the day. And not only that, but I find my knees and back don't ache like they used to. I tried the green insoles first, but found they didn't feel quite right. Exchanged them (very easily!) for these Berry insoles and my feet feel so great. I seriously can't say enough good things about them.
Date published: 2013-12-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Supportive insoles I have found that the insoles that help mitigate my plantar fasciitis so I can keep an active running schedule.
Date published: 2018-02-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The way walking/running should feel I've used this insole for several shoes (running, walking, working). They saved my feet and even lower back during long days at work. Before I started using these, I had problems with my feet and back because I was on my feet almost constantly at work. I'm also a runner, and these insoles helped to stabilize my foot while running, which improved the issues I was having with my ankles and knees. If anyone is having problems stemming from their feet, I always recommend this insole, or at the very least the brand (since the berry is only for women). My husband has a high arch and he loves the green ones!
Date published: 2017-06-02
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Questions & Answers

How thick is the heel (height wise) and would this be ok to use in rainboots?

Asked by: ladylia
The heel on the Berry Premium Insoles will measure 6.7mm in height. It is possible to use Superfeet in rain boots.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2015-09-20

I have narrow flat feet and my arch area on the bottom of my feet have been hurting. I work out 4 times a week. Would these help or should I go with the plantar fasciitis ones? Thanks

Asked by: jen1213
​These insoles are designed for pain relief and they will help absorb shock while you are working out. Choosing the best insole will depend on the shape of your foot and personal preference.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-12-18

I walk and stand quite a bit at my job (I am a nurse). By the end of 12 hour shifts my feet are so sore. Would you recommend this insole or the green one?

Asked by: Cnguyen206
Either the Berry or the Green insole are a good choice for you in terms of comfort. However, the Berry insoles may be a better choice as they are slightly lower volume and fit a wider variety of women's shoes.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-23

Which insole is good for Sesamoiditis?

Asked by: Ting
​We recommend speaking with your podiatrist for a recommendation.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-27

I have high arches and heel pain. I wear Keen Voyagers for hiking and my foot pain is getting worse. Not sure if the green or berry would work best for me. Thanks so much for the info!

Asked by: cherimoe
The women's Berry Premium Insoles have a slimmer heel and an arch intended specifically to fit the proportions of a female foot. These would be an excellent choice for the ailments you are describing.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-06-27

I have a low arch would I need medium volume or high. Not sure what they mean by volume

Asked by: Ursula
The higher the arch support in the insole, the higher it pushes your arch upwards; this will then reduce the volume in your shoe/boot that you might otherwise have with flat feet and an unsupportive insole. Having too much volume in your footwear may result in your foot sliding around.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-12-08

Does the berry hiking super feet for women support supination?

Asked by: Gerry
We do not have that information available. We encourage you to contact Superfeet directly.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-03-31

What is the difference between the berry and the orange superfeet? The salesperson at REI sold me the orange but I am female. The website shows the orange ones for male.

Asked by: Diane
​The Berry and Oranges insoles are very similar in their construction. Both have the same additional high impact padding in the forefoot and deep heel cup. The main difference is that Berry insoles are designed with the shape of the typical women's foot in mind.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-09-12
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