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- 2" high
- 5" wide
- Medium-arched insole for intermediate support and Closed-cell foam supports and cushions the foot for long lasting comfort.
- Fits most footwear, even styles without much extra room
- For common foot pain, arch pain, heel pain & plantar fasciitis
- With natural NXT anti-bacteria coating, latex-free & vegan
- Durable construction adds comfort, support & structure to shoes
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Features and Benefits
1. Stabilizer Cap: The rails reinforce the narrow cap to provide structure and support.
2. Heel Cup: Helps position the heel to naturally absorb impact.
3. Bio-Mechanical Shape: The medium-profile shape puts biomechanical support under your foot, but takes up less space in the shoe.
4. High-Density Foam Layer: Closed-cell foam supports and cushions the foot for long-lasting comfort.
5. Organic, Odor-Control Coating: All natural coating that eliminates odor-causing bacteria.
A Real People Pleaser
Long-lasting support packed into a thinner, high-performance insole, Superfeet BLUE were designed to improve the overall fit and performance of a wide range of footwear. The biomechanical shape and design have made the BLUE one of Superfeet’s most popular insoles year after year.
Superfeet BLUE are medium-profile insoles with the shape that can fit into most footwear while providing intermediate support.
Superfeet BLUE fit most types of low and medium-volume footwear, even some with non-removable factory insoles.
Superfeet BLUE were designed to deliver long-lasting arch support and comfort to a wide range of footwear.
- Product Dimensions: 14 x 5 x 2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B003CN60TM
- Item model number: Blue Premium-U
- Date first available at Amazon.com: February 10, 2006
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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I suffered from heel pain and didn't know what it was. I kept buying jell shoe insert to no avail. I finally went to my family doctor who quickly diagnosed it to be Plantar Fasciitis and prescribed Superfeet. (I am not a podiatrist, so take it as it is worth: the telltale of Plantar Fasciitis is that it hurt a lot when I got up in the morning - then it became better after a few steps.) I took a look at Superfeet and didn't believe it because Superfeet was simply a "piece of very hard plastic" for close to $40 while other inserts were only $10.
Furthermore, when I gave Superfeet a try, buying exactly my shoe size, selecting a random arch, it hurt even more. Through trials and errors, I found a method that will help.
Some other reviewers wrote about ignoring the shoe size and going for the right fit of the foot arch. I cannot emphasize this enough. It doesn't matter what the size of Superfeet is, when you have the right one, the contour of Superfeet should fit the curve under your foot arch perfectly. The rest of Superfeet could be trimmed.
There are two critical factors: 1) the right arch (flat, low, medium, or high arch) and 2) the right fit of the foot from the heel forward. Superfeet has different colors for different arches. It is too much trouble to define whether you have a low, or medium or high arch. Just try on several Superfeet sizes and several colors (for the arch) until you find the Superfeet that fits your heel and your arch perfectly. The rest of the insert can be trimmed. This is difficult if you buy online. So find a store that sells Superfeet to try out, and if they have a good price, give them the business. If not, there are Amazon.com and other online stores.
There are a few more conditions to make it a success and no pain: when you trim the inserts, trim slowly. You cannot untrim what you cut too short. The right way is to trim it so that Superfeet is about 1/16" to 1/8" *smaller* than your inner sole toward the front/toes. After inserting Superfeet, you can put your hand and fingers into the shoe to feel the gap around the insert toward the front. In other words, Superfeet will need to be able to move a little - not a lot - while you walk, so that it fits perfectly under your foot. You can experiment the exact size of the insole to find out for yourself. You can always trim it smaller. Also, please remember to remove the removable insole. Believe me. I thought leaving the insole I would get some cushioning to assist this hard plastic. Not true. Superfeet needs to rest on hard sole to provide the balance you need to relieve the pain.
Hope your experience is as pleasant as mine and that you won't have to pay a lot for customed orthotics.
I made the mistake of following the instructions and drew around my feet and trimmed them BEFORE remembering that I'd ordered my boots a size larger. I should have used the insole I removed as the template.
I have flat feet and made my choice based on reviews. Thanks to all.