The ultimate classic Superfeet Green are do-it-all, heavy-duty shoe insoles that offer legendary support and shock absorption, making them the top seller.
Best suited to more roomy footwear with removable insoles, such as trainers, approach shoes, walking boots and work boots, the Superfeet GREEN will maximise and improve your stability on all terrains, as well as helping to reduce damage to the knees and ankles through having a better foot-hold in your shoes or boots. To use simply replace your existing insoles with the correct size of Superfeet. If they do not fit precisely, match the outline of your footwear's existing insole/footbed and trim them accordingly.
How they work Superfeet insoles help adapt the flat midsole of your footwear to the 3-dimensional shape of your foot. The distinct Superfeet shape helps to stabilise the foot, while the deep, structured heel cup and full-length foam provide support and comfort for every step.
BIOMECHANICAL SHAPE: The slim, contoured shape helps stabilize and support the foot, which can help redistribute weight evenly across the foot, reduce stress on feet, ankles and knees.
HIGH DENSITY FOAM: Closed-cell foam supports and cushions the foot for long lasting comfort.
ORGANIC, ODOUR-CONTROL COATING: All natural coating that inhibits the growth of odour-causing bacteria.
STABILISER CAP: The base of the insole that supports the rear foot and provides structure and stability to the foam layer.
VERY DEEP HEEL CUP: Features the widest and deepest heel cup that offers maximum support and can help with natural shock absorption.
Choose the corresponding letter size next to your usual shoe size on this chart:
13 - 1.5
2 - 3.5
4 - 5.5
6 - 7.5
8 - 9.5
10 - 11.5
12. - 13.5
32 - 33.5
34 - 36
37 - 38.5
39 - 41
42 - 44
45 - 46.5
47 - 49
All full-length Superfeet insoles should be trimmed to fit your footwear.
If you are on the cusp (aka between sizes) and aren't sure which size to choose, keep in mind it's most important that your heel fits well in the heel cup of the insole - it should be "in" the heel cup, not "on" it.