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- 4" high
- 14" wide
- Manmade sole
- High-arched insole for maximum support
- Fits most roomy footwear styles with factory insoles you can remove
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From the manufacturer
Our undisputed heavyweight champions, Superfeet GREEN insoles haven’t changed much since their design in 1977. Why? Because they work. GREEN insoles offer affordable, professional-grade orthotic support, performance and comfort for anyone who wants their footwear to fit and feel better.
Fits Best In:
All types of medium and high-volume footwear with removable insoles that range from running shoes to casual footwear to work or hiking boots.
How It Works:
Superfeet insoles help adapt the flat midsole of your footwear to your foot. The distinct Superfeet shape helps to stabilize the foot, while the deep, structured heel cup and full-length foam provide support and comfort.
- High-profile: Most shape and maximum support
- High-volume: For roomy shoes and boots
STABILIZER CAP (CAP)
Acts as the base of the insole that supports the foot and provides structure and stability to the foam layer.
Superfeet GREEN insoles offer affordable, professional-grade orthotic arch support and comfort for anyone who wants their footwear to fit and feel better.
Stay active and comfortably with the Premium Insole for maximum support. Superfeet's biomechanical shape and design supports and aligns the bones of the foot, helping to prevent heel and ankle pain, plantar fasciitis, knee stress and hip pain.
- Product Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B0032ALZL8
- Item model number: Green Premium-U
- Date first available at Amazon.com: August 22, 2008
- 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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Top Customer Reviews
Side note: I also bought the Superfeet orange, love them too, they are similar to the greens but have a much softer foam on the front of your foot. I prefer the greens for work (walking) and the orange for high impact (running). Hope that helps.
Got them in 2 days and they were just as described.
The way the Green Superfeet works is by providing support for someone with a HIGH arch. During the run, a high arch collapses and the green superfeet will actually help hold up the arch during the collapse. If you have LOW arches, do NOT buy this - use the blue superfeet. If you have low arches, this can actually cause plantar fasciitis by causing tension in the plantar facscia. I've seen many reviews saying it's great for low arches, so I wanted to give a heads up.
Now, the one real cool thing about the Superfeet is that they have the hard plastic bottom. This, contrary to what seems logical, is the most healthy shock absorption for your feet. Compare it to running on sand versus running on cement. if you run on sand, your joints work a lot harder, and your body is not able to absorb the shock as well, causing pain. If you run on cement, your subtalar joint won't splay outwards as much, causing the fatty tissue under your foot to take more of the shock. The Superfeet encourages this with a deep heel cup, so it supports your heel, forcing the fatty tissue to cup your heel, creating the best shock absorption ever.
My personal opinion on this? I have it in all my shoes! I own about ten pairs of green Superfeet - they last forever, and the toe is perfectly flexible for a great toe-off during running. There is also a small layer of dense foam between the plastic and where your foot sits, allowing your foot to make it's own "custom mold" into the insole.
Go to a local shop because they have every kind of superfeet available for trying on in existing shoes as well as new shoes. I haven't seen a big price difference locally to on Amazon, but it is good to know exactly the colour superfeet and size you need (the colours indicated different support types I think) and good running / hiking shoe stores have all of them in a bunch of sizes and they can cut / trim them on a machine to fit your exact shoe if necessary.
Now that I know what ones work best for me, I just order them here. For the Keens, no cutting/fitting is needed, same with the New Balance. The redwings did require some minor trimming, probably due to the shape of the steel toe etc.
UPDATE 4/29/16: To save money, I tried a different brand and the ankle flared up. I went back to these for all my shoes. Worth the price. The price now on Amazon, however, is on par with local price, which is a bummer, but walking with a lot of pain is a bigger bummer.