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Comments: Did not like these for tennis. The material is too slippery, tried them with my Asics Gel Solutions and
my foot was sliding around a lot, especially when moving laterally. I also have bunions and the stiffness irritated them. Might be
interested to try out Orange.
From: J, 11/14
Comments: These provide great support for my high arches, but they are slippery and have caused the entire ball of
my feet to blister. Love the support but I can't use them anymore for tennis. These will go in my casual, everyday shoes.
From: Nathan, 10/14
Comments: The arch through heel area was just too wide to fit into basically any of my shoes. I cut some of the
arch side material (as much as can be cut without cutting the plastic). I was able to squeeze the insole into the shoe. It was an
overly wide platform due to be being on the low end of the spectrum, but I could have lived with that. The nail in the coffin for
why I can't recommend the shoe is because the plastic below the insole is just too firm and uncomfortable. Every time the shoe
flexed, I could feel the stiffness tap my arch. I think I might have really liked this insole if it didn't have the thick plastic
underneath. The forefoot material is great, but the plastic from heel through arch is unnatural.
From: Joe, 9/13
Comments: I tried out one pair of Superfeet Green, and I got tired of switching it between my shoes and ordered
two more pairs. If you follow Superfeet's instructions and wear the insoles in your primary shoes for two weeks, they will feel
completely natural. You must wear these for at least two weeks before judging them uncomfortable. The hard feeling in your arch
is the support your current insoles don't give you. I have high, flexible arches, and I'm love my Superfeet. Without them, I feel like
my arch is tearing in half. If you have lower arches, I've heard the Superfeet Blue recommended. If you have high arches, though,
these are the way to go.
From: Chris, 9/13
Comments: I have a pretty high arch and relatively wide foot. My first pair of Superfeet were an instant hit. I now
have these inserts in three pairs of shoes and in two pairs of shop shoes for everyday work. Cannot live without them.
From: John, 9/13
Comments: No breaking in for me. After using them for several hours, not a single issue, just great support.
From: Peter, 9/13
Comments: I use the green all the time in my tennis shoes esp indoors - otherwise I use the orange. Using these
provides almost instant relief of heel pain and various ankle pains from too hard a heel strike or plantar fasciitis. I have to say that
I almost gave up tennis until I discovered these. It's not really about a "cushion" vs "firm controlled" insole. So though they seem
thin they will outlast a pair of shoes. Note that the orange is supposed to be a bit firmer and longer lasting cushion than the
green. But you might like the green more if you want an insole that stays out of your way. The first two times you wear these your
feet will feel better but they will feel tired as well. You will be using your feet differently. This feeling goes away as your foot gains
Note: Do not use this color if you have flat feet. They have a model for flat feet. These are for people with arches.
From: RonR. 6/11
Comments: One of the better insoles out there. The green is a little thicker than the blue, so it would raise you a
tad in your shoes. This is something I got used to pretty easily. There is some break in time with these, but they make up for lost
time with durability and support. You may hate these insoles in the beginning since they hurt your feet (if you have flat feet, this
insole will remold your arch), but hang in there because they are worth it.
From: Jordan, Austin, TX, USA, 09/10