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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 Beats prescription orthotics at less than copay With prescription orthotics, I was barely able to hobble from my car to the grocery store handicap carts. I was in constant pain while walking. The first day I used Superfeet Copper, the pain disappeared from the balls of my feet; the second day the heels stopped hurting; the third day the knees. The fourth day, my lower back, injured over 50 years ago, had much reduced pain. I am now able to walk around the grocery store without the handicap cart, and am looking forward to starting a walking exercise program. And the total cost was less than my copay for the pieces of trash the shoe store charged Medicare hundreds of dollars for. Bless you.
Date published: 2017-09-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from So about 6 months ago I was told by a doctor that I had flat foot nixed with something in the muscle and didn't know how to treat it so she decided to treat it by getting rid of the flat foot part so she recommended me these and for the fist three months they were awesome and then they slowly started to flatten out so now after wearing them almost every day for 6 months they are wearing out to the point where the pain is comming back and they are too expensive to buy constantly and with every new pair of shoes that I struggle to keep up with my classmates. These things do work miracles but I just wish they could last longer and be cheaper
Date published: 2016-09-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not what I would have expected I purchased two pair of the Copper Superfeet to fit in my Asics Nimbus Gel17 running shoes. The Nimbus is Asics "premium" neutral running shoe. While I do not run in these, I do walk about 10 miles a day and 9 hours on concrete retail floors. I was looking for a little more cushion that the Superfeet blue offer and thought the memory foam would be the solution. While the memory foam does offer cushion to begin with, it compresses down to the very hard bottom layer. By the end of the day my feet were numb and I woke up with extreme swelling-not good. I have exchanged for the Superfeet traditional Green and know I will be happy with that. PS: Be sure to purchase based on your arch length, not the length of the insoles. I wear an 11.5 D and if I purchased based on size I would get an "E". But based on arch length I wear an "F" and trim to fit. Hope that helps.
Date published: 2015-05-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best investment ever made I am on my feet a lot at work. Mostly concrete floors. I wear good quality work boots every day as required by my job. For months my feet started to hurt terribly. So much so that I cringed when I would get out of my truck and put my body weight on them. I am 6' 300 lbs. they carry a lot of weight. I finally started looking for an orthotic that would really work. Something above the thin pads and jelly slabs available at the drug store. After two weeks of researching different brands and reading countless reviews of each, I settled on the copper superfeet. After the very first day, I realized significant relief. I have been using them now for about a month and my foot pain, ankle pain and even my knee discomfort has all but vanished completely. I would pay 5 times what is asked for these inserts. They are worth every penny!!! Be sure and pick the right one for you. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2017-03-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from These are by far the best inserts a person could walk on bar-none! Wether standing in one spot or moving around my legs and knees have never felt better. Forget about foot pain, you put these in your work boots and your heels and toes will never bark again. You will never need anything else in your shoes again. Paul Socki Chicago, IL Industrial Machine Mechanic
Date published: 2015-02-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great for feet, lousy for Goretex I have crazy narrow feet with low arches. I bought the narrowest hiking boots I could find (Lowa Renegade in women's narrow), but my feet still slid around in them. So, with the help of a footwear specialist at my local REI, I tried just about every available premium insole in the boots in an attempt to achieve a good fit. The Superfeet Copper was by FAR the most comfortable and best fit for my feet--the difference was stunning. Unfortunately, the REI associate did not mention that the Coppers are totally inappropriate for a Goretex boot like the Renegade, because of the sharp little pillars on the bottom of the insole. The first time I wore the Coppers in the Renegades, they ground a hole into the Goretex lining. Grrrr. So I'm not quite sure how to rate these insoles--5 stars for comfort, zero stars for being appropriate for my needs. The box does not specify that the insoles can damage Goretex linings; you have to go onto the Internet to find that information. It looks like the only Superfeet models that are Goretex-safe are the Green and Berry (or Orange for men), both of which have arches too high for my feet. So it looks like I'll have to turn to another brand, like Sole or SofSole. Superfeet, if you're listening: why not make all your insoles with smooth bottoms, so that they don't destroy the insides of shoes?
Date published: 2013-05-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Much needed relief I've used Superfeet Green for many years in my hiking boots. Due to plantar fasciitis in one foot years ago, I had custom orthotics made (and used in all other shoes). Problem solved until recently, when the other foot was affected. Went to Podiatrist and had a series of steroid injections, but no relief. With REI Employee assistance and guidance, I tried the Superfeet Copper and immediately felt the support and relief that I have been looking for. My wife loved them too and bought a pair. I'm now buying a pair for my Dad, who is suffering pain in both feet.
Date published: 2016-11-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect for my over-pronation & plantar I tried the green superfeet and hated, hated, hated them. They just plain hurt my feed. The COPPER ones are WONDERFUL. No more foot pain. Will be asking Santa for another pair.
Date published: 2013-12-04
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Questions & Answers

I bought these to go in my Merrell Moab's - they were the most comfortable of all the superfeet in the store. But will they ruin the insides my boots because of the "little pillars" as one reviewer said?

Asked by: zeroarchedhiker
The Superfeet website used to say explicitly that the Copper isn't recommended for GoreTex. I can't find that page anymore, but if you go to the Copper product page on the website and look through the questions, you can see where someone recently asked the same question and the Superfeet representative replied that the Copper isn't recommended for GoreTex because of those thingies on the bottom (https://www.superfeet.com/en-us/insoles-and-sandals/copper). The Superfeet rep called the thingies "feet" (I had called them pillars. I'm the original reviewer.) I ended up buying very very thin Spenco insoles, cutting them in half, and putting the heel half under the heel of the Coppers, between them and the GoreTex lining of the boots, to protect the GoreTex. My feet are narrow enough that I had room to do that. Your mileage may vary.
Answered by: PegE
Date published: 2018-02-06

What is the difference between the blue and copper insoles? Both say low to medium volume.

Asked by: agingtrekker
The Superfeet Copper DMP Premium Insoles feature a pressure-sensitive, memory foam layer that molds to the contours of your foot. The Blue Premium insoles do not feature this memory foam layer.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-01-23

Can I hike with these insoles?

Asked by: aphan
​The Copper insoles can be used for hiking.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-04-13
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