Superfeet insoles are among the best in the business for adding much-needed stability, comfort, and support to your shoes – but which color should you choose?
Superfeet insole colors are more than a fashion statement, they are broken out into a series of product lines each with their own advantages and benefits. Choose wisely and you will add the exact type of support you need to your shoes.
In this article we will go in depth into the Superfeet Black insole, highlighting its benefits and comparing it to the other Superfeet insoles to help you make the right decision for your feet.
About the Superfeet Black
The Superfeet Black is Superfeet’s most versatile insole!
We all know that Superfeet insoles offer premium support and cushioning for your shoes, but that extra support comes at the cost of extra space in your shoes. The Superfeet Black solves this problem.
Designed specifically to provide support in tight-fitting shoes, the Superfeet Black is a low-volume and low-profile insole meaning it fits a wide variety of shoes from tight-fitting dress shoes to cleats. In fact, the Superfeet Black is one of the thinnest Superfeet insoles making them a versatile insole that can fit most shoes.
Don’t let their thinness fool you, these insoles still pack a punch when it comes to providing stabilizing support for your feet throughout the day.
Advantages of Superfeet Black
There are many benefits to wearing the Superfeet Black insole:
- Provides the classic Superfeet support while taking up less space in your shoes
- Made with high-density foam and a firm foam layer for added support
- Their sturdy arch support keeps your feet and ankles stable
- Best for those with low or medium arches
Thanks to these great benefits, the Superfeet Black insoles are an excellent choice for a wide variety of footwear from everyday shoes to running shoes.
Who the Superfeet Black are for
The Superfeet Black insoles are thinner than other Superfeet insoles making them a great fit for a variety of shoes including your everyday footwear, dress shoes, or even athletic wear.
Superfeet Black insoles are best for those with low or medium arches, as opposed to high arches (check out Superfeet Green for a higher profile arch support).
How the Superfeet Black compares to other Superfeet insoles
So how does the Superfeet Black compare to the other Superfeet insoles? Browse below to see how they stack up so you can choose the right insole for you!
Superfeet Black vs Green
The main difference between the Superfeet Black and Superfeet Green is the fact that the Superfeet Black is much thinner, occupying less space in your shoes. This allows the Superfeet Black to fit in a wider variety of footwear than Superfeet’s high volume insoles. It’s best for those with low or medium arches but can still be beneficial for high arches if a thin insole is needed for the shoe.
Superfeet Black vs Orange
The Superfeet Orange is considered a ‘high profile’ insole, they are better for those with higher arches and take up a fair amount of space in the shoe. The Superfeet Black on the other hand is slimmer and takes up less room in the shoe (making them medium volume and profile). Superfeet Orange insoles provide extra cushioning making them a great fit for high-impact activities, while the Superfeet Black still provides great support but lacks the extra cushioning.
Superfeet Black vs Superfeet Carbon
Similar to the Superfeet Black, the Superfeet Carbon is a low volume insole that can fit a wider variety of shoes while still adding that classic Superfeet support. The Superfeet Carbon is also lighter weight and more breathable than the Superfeet Black making it a better fit for athletic shoes. The Superfeet Carbon is also one of the few types of insoles that will fit in cleats.
Superfeet Black vs Superfeet Berry
The Superfeet Berry is essentially a combination of the Superfeet Blue and Orange, and while the Superfeet Blue and Black share some similarities as lower-volume insoles. The Superfeet Berry differentiates from the black because of the added cushioning and shock absorption. The Superfeet Black also differs from the Berry because the Berry is designed specifically for women while the Black is not. The heel cup in the Berry insole is more narrow than the heel cup in the Black.
Superfeet Black vs Superfeet Blue
The Superfeet Blue and Black are similar in that they are both considered lower-volume insoles. However the Superfeet Black is thinner making it a great fit for dress shoes and tight-fitting shoes whereas the Superfeet Blue takes up slightly more space though it still fits a variety of footwear.