Got some SIDI – Very comfy apart from the insole – I put a heal raiser as I have very flat feet and they are nearly perfect.
Anyone use some thin spongy, material you can cut to fit just to give a tiny bit more comfort in the toe mid sole region (under the insole) as its nearly spot on – were only talking 1-2mm thick stuff I guess 🙂 BTW I have tried my speccy insoles they just dont fit 🙂Posted 7 years agoMSPSubscriber
Superfeet are awful in my experience, depends how badly it effects you, I used to get really bad pain in my feet after an hour or twos cycling, use these http://www.yoursole.co.uk/products/footbeds/softec/response/ now and have no problems. But again they are pricey.Posted 7 years agoz1ppyMember
I can see the OP is satisfied but I have to backup Marsdenman, Superfeet are ace, and do have a return policy/guarantee if you don't like them.Posted 7 years ago
The main thing is that you get them fitted properly and not just buy them off the internet. I originally balked at the price when recommended some on here, but after a couple of hours walking in a new pair of boot I needed something to deal with the sole. So my g/f & I went to an outdoor shop and bought some superfeet (a size larger than the box sizing suggest – we then cut them down – hense my warning a professionaly fitting helps) and walked up Snowdon the next day without the issues we'd suffered the previous day. I now swap them between all my mtb/walking boots, as and when I need them.
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