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Amazon has Superfeet Adult Orange Premium Insoles (Select Sizes) on sale for $32.97. Shipping is free.

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  • Orange Insoles Specs:
    • Used for/activity: Pain relief
    • Arch type: Medium
    • Insole thickness: Max
    • Fits best in: Roomy footwear
  • Full-Length Fit: High-profile, high-volume Superfeet insoles are designed to fill the length and width of your shoe for maximum support, simply trim the arch-support inserts to fit your shoes
  • Stabilizer Cap: The base of these orthotic sole inserts supports the rearfoot and provides structure and stability to the foam layer
  • Deep Heel Cup: Featuring deep heel cups for heel pain, these orthotic insoles help support the foot during high-impact activities and long distances
  • Anti-Fatigue Support: Equipped with soft, bouncy foam at forefoot, our cushion insoles for men and women provide shock absorption during high-impact activities
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Last time I bought these in August 2021 they were $54.95 ... Never seen this cheap before on Amazon or otherwise.

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KaladinStormborn asked this question on 10-18-2021 at 02:09 PM
10-18-2021 at 02:09 PM
Support. Dr Scholls may feel nice initially, but if you are on your feet for a long time my legs/knees will hurt without good support. As mentioned previously, custom inserts are probably the best but very pricey.

Superfeet is a step up from the basic stuff and good for general use (I keep them in shoes I just wear and go). I use a brand called Aline which is about 2x the superfeet but much better support. i have a custom pair in my work shoes that I wear 8+hours a day. Most people wont notice a huge difference, but flat feet or people who over pronate will feel much better with these.
10-18-2021 at 02:09 PM
They definitely play games with the pricing but make sure you are comparing orthotic insoles as they tend to cost more than other insoles. I have never seen the Superfeet sold for $50 though.
10-18-2021 at 02:09 PM
They work way better! Many of them have a reinforced cup for the heel, I've used Dr Scholl's and they couldn't cut it. After having to go to physical therapy for my leg pains, the doctor wrote it up for me on a prescription to get these instead. It has been life-altering, one year after using it, and I have not had any leg pains, even after working out, lifting weights, or just walking and running.
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Data point: the black were available at a local shoe store for $22.50 a few days ago, was told that they were being discontinued and cleared out. Don't know if that's the case for the orange but wanted to post this for anyone interested.
PSA: If you have a HSA/FSA, insoles are covered 100% without Dr note of medical neccessaity. If your asking what a HSA/FSA is, you don't have one.
If you work on your feet, get these (or the green ones), and also look for shoes with Vibram (rubber) soles.

I have varicose veins, I noticed when I wore my Merrell Jungle Moc shoes that I could shop longer and my feet/legs didn't ache as much. Then I had a podiatrist tell me that my arches were "falling" and recommended the Superfeet. Took out the Merrell insoles and put in the Superfeet (they take a couple of days to get used to them), and now I won't wear shoes without arch support.

My son ran XC in high school and college, he also swears by the Superfeet (orange); he started working retail and figured his athletic shoes (no orthotics) would be fine, he came home complaining about how much his legs ached. Got him some Merrell's, put in the Superfeet and no complaints (same response with another son working retail, and husband that walks on concrete all day).

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Great deal, thanks! Got two. Some sizes of the carbon are also on sale
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Data point: the black were available at a local shoe store for $22.50 a few days ago, was told that they were being discontinued and cleared out. Don't know if that's the case for the orange but wanted to post this for anyone interested.
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Are these worth it?
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If you work on your feet, get these (or the green ones), and also look for shoes with Vibram (rubber) soles.

I have varicose veins, I noticed when I wore my Merrell Jungle Moc shoes that I could shop longer and my feet/legs didn't ache as much. Then I had a podiatrist tell me that my arches were "falling" and recommended the Superfeet. Took out the Merrell insoles and put in the Superfeet (they take a couple of days to get used to them), and now I won't wear shoes without arch support.

My son ran XC in high school and college, he also swears by the Superfeet (orange); he started working retail and figured his athletic shoes (no orthotics) would be fine, he came home complaining about how much his legs ached. Got him some Merrell's, put in the Superfeet and no complaints (same response with another son working retail, and husband that walks on concrete all day).
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Why are these insoles 2x the price of the top few best selling insoles on Amazon? And 3x the Dr Scholls for instance?
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The SuperFeet Green (Wide) is also available for $31.47 https://smile.amazon.com/Superfee...r=8-6&th=1
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Why are these insoles 2x the price of the top few best selling insoles on Amazon? And 3x the Dr Scholls for instance?
They definitely play games with the pricing but make sure you are comparing orthotic insoles as they tend to cost more than other insoles. I have never seen the Superfeet sold for $50 though.
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Data point: the black were available at a local shoe store for $22.50 a few days ago, was told that they were being discontinued and cleared out. Don't know if that's the case for the orange but wanted to post this for anyone interested.
Discontinued because of this model? https://www.superfeet.com/en-us/adapt-run-series
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Data point: the black were available at a local shoe store for $22.50 a few days ago, was told that they were being discontinued and cleared out. Don't know if that's the case for the orange but wanted to post this for anyone interested.
Shoot. Do you know if the green ones will be discontinued? I need those for my feet situation. And my parents
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Why are these insoles 2x the price of the top few best selling insoles on Amazon? And 3x the Dr Scholls for instance?
They work way better! Many of them have a reinforced cup for the heel, I've used Dr Scholl's and they couldn't cut it. After having to go to physical therapy for my leg pains, the doctor wrote it up for me on a prescription to get these instead. It has been life-altering, one year after using it, and I have not had any leg pains, even after working out, lifting weights, or just walking and running.
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If you work on your feet, get these (or the green ones), and also look for shoes with Vibram (rubber) soles.

I have varicose veins, I noticed when I wore my Merrell Jungle Moc shoes that I could shop longer and my feet/legs didn't ache as much. Then I had a podiatrist tell me that my arches were "falling" and recommended the Superfeet. Took out the Merrell insoles and put in the Superfeet (they take a couple of days to get used to them), and now I won't wear shoes without arch support.

My son ran XC in high school and college, he also swears by the Superfeet (orange); he started working retail and figured his athletic shoes (no orthotics) would be fine, he came home complaining about how much his legs ached. Got him some Merrell's, put in the Superfeet and no complaints (same response with another son working retail, and husband that walks on concrete all day).
I am sure you don't own or have a stake in the business but this here is a great sales pitch.
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