Superfeet Green are high volume insoles (they take up more space inside the footwear). They fit a range of shoes, and will do well for people with narrow feet, or if you need to fill up some space in your shoes. Not the lightest option, too bulky for shoes that don't have a lot of room for insoles.
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Pro Great for loose-fitting shoes or people with narrow feet
Superfeet Greens are high volume insoles, which means they take up more space in the shoes. This is ideal if you have loose-fitting shoes, or if you have narrow feet. They improve balance, provide comfort and support for your feet.
Pro Improves balance
These insoles have 3/4-length polypropylene heel caps with a deep heel pocket. This stabilizes feet inside shoes, by keeping your feet correctly aligned as you move.
Pro Supports and absorbs shock
The Superfeet Greens contour your footstep, providing support from all sides. The rockered bottoms and cut-outs allow for natural shock absorption. The top layer is made of closed-cell foam, which provides cushioning.
Superfeet insoles can not be machine-washed. You need to hand-wash them with soap and water, and allow them to air-dry. If you do so, they will last for up to 12 months or 500 miles, whichever comes first.
Pro Helps reduce odor
They're treated with Agion, and antimicrobial treatment, which discourages bacterial growth and helps reduce odor. The top layer is closed-cell foam, so there are no pores in which bacteria could grow.
Con Doesn't absorb moisture
Depending on the quality and type of shoe you pair Superfeet Greens with, moisture wicking can be a problem. The closed-cell foam in these insoles does not absorb moisture, so If you sweat a lot you might want to try other options.