I bought these for my bicycling shoes. The insoles made my feet feel squeeze tighter in the shoes because they rubbed up a bit on top of my shoes more than I would like. My h…
- William, 12/04/12
I've used these for year now and at one point in my life sold them to people. I am a firm believer in Superfeet. I put them in my hiking boots for all day comfort as well in m…
- Breanna, 03/11/12
Improved the quality of my hiking shoes tremendously. These will double the life of my Salomon trailing running shoes, as the insoles were the first part to wear out. Plan on…
- Kay, 08/03/14
I was cursed with flat feet. Like, extremely flat feet. When I was getting my snowboarding boots, the guy sizing my feet said I had the flattest feet he'd ever seen. These…
- Emily, 01/21/11
Palo Alto, CA
these are great me and a buddie went on a 3 day backpacking trip my feet felt great and he kept complaining about his feet…
- Zach, 08/30/11
I was having problems with plantar fascia which caused my feet to really ache. Got a pair of these for my hiking boots and the problem has cleared up. Have a pair in all my…
- Brandon, 03/16/11
I purchased these insoles for my work shoes, as I spend most of my day walking around these shoes were not the most comfortable. Since I also own a pair of Montrail Mountain…
- Daniel, 07/07/11
Did 7 miles in the Flatirons after a warm day, and much of the trail had turned to refrozen ice and hard snow. Had these guys with me and it was glorious. Was able to keep my…
- bradley, 01/18/15
About Insoles, Liners, and other Footwear Care Products Boots and Shoes:
Footwear accessories may not be the most glamourous of mountaineering supplies but what they lack in glamour they make up for in utility. Your feet will thank you and you will get more enjoyment and lifespan out of your gear when you enhance your boots with liners, insoles and waterproof coatings. Not to mention, a new pair of laces can make a pair of shoes even more eye-catching (and there’s nothing like a fresh aglet).
With essential equipment like footwear it behooves one not to skimp on the extra supplies that will make adventures more enjoyable and numerous. When you take good care of your supplies, they will want to return the favor.
Upgrades can also be made to improve traction, granting added footwear functionality that will leave everyone else wondering how you are remaining stationary on such a drastic incline covered in olive oil; you’re a shoe-in for this years king of the slippery hill competition.