Superfeet Trim-To-Fit Yellow Insole $39.95
Another step forward.
- Foundation cross-linked polyethylene foam provides durable support
- Stabilizer cap supports and aligns the rearfoot
- Diamond Venting system helps improve air circulation and aligns specifically with the outsole perforation of hockey skates and road cycling shoes
- Agion silver-based antimicrobal treatment naturally reduces foot odor and bacteria
|Size||Men's Shoe||Women's Shoe|
|B||4.5 - 6|
|C||5.5 - 7||6.5 - 8|
|D||7.5 - 9||8.5 - 10|
|E||9.5 - 11||10.5 - 12|
|F||11.5 - 13|
|G||13.5 - 15|
- How to measure:
- Reference your shoe size to be fitted to determine proper insole size.
What community has to say
Cycling foot pain
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I generally get shooting pains in the balls of my feet after about 40 miles of cycling. The foot pain doesn't start as early in a ride. For me $40 is a small price to pay to ride more and longer. Doesn't completely solve my problem, but I spend way less time thinking about my feet.
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
These are great. I threw them in my cycling shoes per the recommendation of the fitter I used and the support over the stock insole is amazing. I have the greens in my hiking shoes and love them as well. Hard to go wrong with Superfeet.
I actually use these in my hockey skates and they do help my stride, but I do agree with the other person that they are quite flimsy although they seem to last long in hockey skates and the box says for hockey and cycling.
Not a big fan
Not a big fan of Superfeet. I tried them out in my normal shoes since I have high arches, but they didn't hold up for very long. If you really need insole support, you are better off spending the money on custom orthotics, because these insoles (if they fit you) will maybe last a season. I've also tried the Specialized insoles and really liked the support they offer, but again, end up replacing them with new ones every season as they "smash down."