When you live in New York City you walk A LOT. Every day on the subway I see advertisements for podiatrists. You don’t think about your feet much until they hurt. Then you realize without properly functioning feet, the entire works get jammed up.
Having healthy feet impacts you more than you realize. When your feet don’t hurt you feel more comfortable, you move around more and burn more calories. Poor fitting shoes can actually damage your knees and your spine. Fashion may hurt sometimes but it should never injure!
If you have been struggling with foot pain, you need to know about Superfeet.
The human foot was designed to adapt to uneven, natural terrain, yet the world has become flatter, harder, and less natural thanks to man-made surfaces, like concrete sidewalks, tile floors, and paved roads. For your feet, it’s exhausting. The unique Superfeet insole shape compensates for harder surfaces, and adapts the two-dimensional midsoles built into today’s shoes for a better fit.
Three Keys their product:
1. Structured heel cup: Encapsulates and positions the soft tissue under the heel, maximizing natural shock absorption.
2. Rearfoot support: The support you feel towards the back of your arch and the front of your heel is the distinct Superfeet shape stabilizing the rearfoot.
3. Firm stabilization: A firm foam layer and a stabilizer cap combine to create the supportive shape that Superfeet are famous for.
Ready to have healthier more supported feet? Leave a comment below and say why you need Superfeet in your life and you can win a pair.
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After a kneecap fracture and months of rehab, I’m better–but three years out, it’s not the same as pre-injury. The quad muscle never came back completely, which means everything stiffens up. Funny how that affects the feets.
My job requires a lot of standing and walking so my feet are needing more support. Most supportive shoes or either ugly or way out of my price range so I’ve been looking for an insert so I don’t have to give up all of my cute shoes. This may be the solution. Thanks.
Portland is such a walking town — I’d love to try Superfeet to upgrade a pair of shoes to handle the pavement better.
I spend hours a day dog walking and, while I have custom orthotics, I often prefer just good insoles (orthotics are hard); I have a pair that are worn thread bare (see photo if you dare) that I’ve not been able to suitably replace even from the same brand and I’d love to try these!
I teach preschool and am on my feet and walking around a lot. I have incredibly high arches and am still on the mend from an Achilles injury last fall. I’ve tried Dr. Scholl’s inserts and they help, but not quite enough.
The older I get, the more I need these. I’m learning to never go barefoot.
Well I just have about the worst feet there is! My feet are wide in the toe box and narrow in the heel. I also have flat feet and my 2nd toe is longer, so I have to wear 1 size up from what my shoe size should be. I work in a law office and need to dress professional. Many times, the first thing people notice are my shoes….the granny shoes. I can’t seem to find any heels (no matter how low or high) that addresses my feet problems. And I walk 2 miles back and forth to work everyday. So I need these inserts!
I suddenly developed plantar plantar fasciitis for no apparent reason and it took almost a year of exercises and conscientiously trying out and wearing different insoles before the pain was gone. I love walking and don’t want to go through that ever again. I still wear insoles in all my shoes, hoping that it will prevent further trouble. I haven’t come across Superfeet, and they sound like they would be perfect for me, so I would love to try them. Thank you for offering this.
Congratulations AJ! You are a winner! send me your mailing address to firstname.lastname@example.org and yor prize will be on its way!
Great! I have sent it. Thanks so much.
I’ve just developed arthritis in my left knee ( at 44, now 45). With a family history and background in dance, it’s not surprising. I’d like to try proper foot placement to make the knee feel the best it can!
I have a flare up with my plantar fasciitis. Not really sure why? Would love to try this foot support! Thank you.