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Too hard on the heels!,
This review is from: Superfeet Green Premium Insoles (Apparel)
I bought these to use in my Keens for hiking. I used them a couple times and have finally removed them. Just wearing them around the house hurt my feet. The hard plastic was too much for me. The arch support was great, but they needed to soften the bottom of this insert. I normally wear the over priced orthodics that I had custom made by an orthodic shoe store, so I'm used to wearing these things. These SuperFeet however created more pain than they prevented.
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Initial post: Jul 10, 2011 1:33:57 PM PDT
Must just be you, since these help a lot of people, including me. I went to a podiatrist who immediately recommended custom-made inserts for $500. I've been wearing the Green Superfeet in my New Balance 993's and in my Teva hiking shoes -- my feet no longer hurt! I also use Yoga Toes and that has helped a lot, too! Hope you find what works for you.
Posted on Jan 9, 2014 9:46:35 PM PST
Last edited by the author on Jan 9, 2014 9:52:46 PM PST
Have you heard of Superfeet "Copper"? I had just developed PF after walking for 8 hour shifts in a large retail store for 5 years and the people at Superfeet recommended "Copper" as these are more comfortable and have memory foam with a gentle arch as opposed to the Green. The "Copper" are expensive at $49 a pair opposed to $39 for Green. I found that "Orthaheel" is also good for comfort and arch support and is less costly. What ever your choice make sure that you gradually break these in 3 to 5 hours at a time increasing gradually.
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