Superfeet Trim-To-Fit Skate Insoles - Senior

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Superfeet Trim-To-Fit Skate Insoles - Senior

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Trim-To-Fit Insole is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 14.
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YELLOW is the new Grey!

Superfeet`s GREY Premium Insole is now YELLOW... but the changes aren`t just cosmetic. Originally designed to fit the exact heel-to-toe profile of hockey skates, Superfeet YELLOW adds fit, comfort and performance to any slim footwear with a raised heel. YELLOW now features a wider forefoot to provide full underfoot coverage. New Diamond Venting system aligns with the perforated outsoles of hockey skates and road cycling shoes for improved air circulation. Featuring Agion® antimicrobial top cover treatment to reduce bacteria and help prevent foot odor.

Ideal for feet with low to medium arches, but fits all arch types.

Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not impressed. Not worth the money. After reading many good reviews and having a discount coupon, I finally decided to replace my flat insoles in Easton skates with Superfeet. Was my game improved? Nope. Did my feet feel better than with the old flat insole? Nope. Was the replacement worth it? Not at all. I am glad I did not buy it at full price, though. Absolutely not impressed. A helpful hint: I wear size 9.5 shoes and size 8 skates. I bought size D Superfeet (up to men's size 9) and they fit perfectly my skates.
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Night and Day Difference I couldn't believe the difference in comfort that these made. The salesman took the time to put them in the skates I was trying and I am extremely happy he did. The feel is 100% better with the inserts. He even trimmed them for me so I knew it was done right.
Date published: 2016-04-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Much better than Shock Doctor's I'm a ref and I'm on my feet for a long time. I also skate out occasionally. This weekend after a long nine hour day I spent the next day/night on my seven month old Shock Doctor insoles and my feet hurt like crazy. I finally caved in and went to my Total Hockey store to pick up a pair of these babies. I am so glad I did. The difference was felt immediately. I have been trying to dig harder into the ice on my edges and it was effortless. The benefit and main difference between the two is the hard yellow plastic on the heel that allows for energy transfer and I think, in the future, will last longer than the Shock Doctors. The main difference is that the Shock Doctors have an elevated heel but they're made out of a lesser, weirder foam material, which pushes it down and does not allow for what needs to happen. As I mentioned before, the SDs were about seven months old and showed an incredible amount of wear on the bottoms as well as a lot of wear from the screws. It was obvious that I was just pressing into the screws and it was going deeper and deeper. The biggest benefit? There was absolutely no break in time. The SDs have a weird toe thing as well as weird contouring for my foot which took a long time to get used to. Also, my feet didn't hurt anymore! Shock Doctor might be good for mouthguards, but I think the best option is to trust a company that only makes insoles and deals with feet for the best performance for feet. SD is overreaching here with their insoles and I don't see a long life for them.
Date published: 2015-01-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Superfeet are Super for your feet. Playing travel roller hockey a lot, and with the season fast approaching, I decided that I finally needed new skate inserts. I own Reebok 7K pump skates with Labeda Addiction XXX wheels, and was noticing my skates weren't as comfy as they once were. I like my skates tied as tight as possible for max control and was getting to much space in between my heels and the insole, resulting in heel lift even in just playing pick-up and practicing. I've never really cared much about my insoles but decided, after reading all the good reviews, to bite the bullet and buy these. Immediately when I stepped on the rink, I noticed a huge difference. The heel lift is gone, the comfort level is fantastic, and the responsiveness is simply a night and day difference. Stopping, quick turns, overall agility, and speed all improve with these insoles. I'm wondering why I didn't buy them sooner because they are such an amazing game improvement. Even though they are a little pricey, if you're looking to improve your game pick these up!
Date published: 2015-01-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Get them at the store There are several more size options if you buy these from the store, such as different widths and heel cup sizes. I would recommend getting fitted for these. I bought the wrong size and it threw my balance way off. They did eliminate foot cramping and discomfort though. I will be getting the correct size and hopefully that helps.
Date published: 2014-03-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Order by shoe size! Some info in the Q&A section is misleading. The insoles should be ordered by shoe size. This can be verified on the Superfeet website FAQ.
Date published: 2013-12-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not good for lower arches Good product for sure, but not for my feet. I have slightly lower arches and these just felt too uncomfortable in my skates. Just make sure that you give them a try in your skates before you buy. My guess is that they fit most people's feet pretty well - but test just to be sure.
Date published: 2013-11-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Superfeet, superbetter! I haver a pair of Bauer X90 skates. I have had them a few months. Every skate that I have owned and skated on my balls of my feet would hurt. I checked the sizing and the sizing had been fine so I just figured it was my feet. When I got these insoles it took some of the pain away. Much better than the standard ones that Bauer puts in the skates. You figure for $599 they should put in a descent insole. Overall these insole help big time.
Date published: 2013-10-05
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What are the differences between these, and Superfeet black? Also which would you suggest for lower arches?

Asked by: Matt42
While the insoles work for most foot types, the Superfeet Black is designed with a lower arch in mind. The Trim-to-Fit insoles will have a bit wider of a forefoot, ideal for skate, while the Black will have a slimmer fitting profile.
Answered by: ConnerC
Date published: 2016-07-11

Which size should fit skate size 9?

7.5-9?
Asked by: Igor
9.5-11
Answered by: NickW
Date published: 2016-04-11

Please explain the 60 day warranty; even after trimming to fit my skate, I can return these within 60 days for a full refund?

Asked by: Albert
Superfeet has a 60 day warranty so yes you can return them.
Answered by: crayfish
Date published: 2016-08-02

Skate or Shoe Size??

Asked by: Anonymous
I ordered by skate size and it's a perfect fit. These are made specifically for skates, so I'd order them by that.
Answered by: TM78Sniper
Date published: 2016-05-03

What size would i need for size 12 D sr Bauer X60 skates?

Asked by: Anonymous
This is a trim-to-fit insole. You would just need the 11.5 - 13.0 size, then cut the insole down to fit the size of your skate.
Answered by: Nathan
Date published: 2013-10-21

Does skate width matter?

I wear a Bauer Vapor 4.0 size 9EE. Would the size 7.5-9 still be recommended or should I go a size up and trim them?
Asked by: mrbizplan
Thanks. I went actually went with the next size up because I saw a Youtube video on these that said "if you have wide feet go up one size and trim to length". It worked perfectly. When my LHS got these in I placed my foot in the D size (7.5-9) and my heals "fell" over the sides so I am glad I went with the larger size for the extra width 9 EE skate.
Answered by: mrbizplan
Date published: 2016-01-02

what are better footbeds, graf 3d or superfeet?

Asked by: Anonymous
The Graf footbed is a softer footbed and is especially made for the contours of a Graf Skate. The Superfeet insole is a trim to fit insole that can be conformed to all types of skates. It has a specialized heel cup for foot stabilization and a plastic type bottom for durability.
Answered by: Jlynch
Date published: 2016-02-20
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