How the Superfeet Carbon differs from other Superfeet Insoles

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 Carbon 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 Carbon 

The Superfeet Carbon is Superfeet’s thinnest insole, designed to fit a variety of athletic footwear while not sacrificing support. 

The beveled edge of the Carbon insert improves the fit in tighter fitting footwear, making it the perfect choice for cleats and other low-volume shoes or athletic footwear. Combined with the perforated form under the midfoot to improve breathability the Superfeet Carbon insoles are the perfect solution to help reduce stress on the feet, ankles, and knees, especially during high impact sports!

The Superfeet Carbon is low profile and low volume, it’s great for a variety of foot types and fits most shoes. Don’t let their thinness fool you though, these insoles still pack a punch when it comes to providing stabilizing support for your feet throughout the day.

Advantages of Superfeet Carbon

There are many benefits to wearing the Superfeet Carbon insole:

  • Superfeet’s thinnest design, made for athletic and tight-fitting footwear.
  • The Carbon has a unique stabilizer cap reinforced with EVOLyte™, a proprietary carbon fiber & polymer blend, to provide structure and support.
  • This insole features Moisturewick™ top cover with odor control is a natural, organic coating that eliminates odor-causing bacteria.
  • The Superfeet Carbon also features foam perforations under the forefoot and midfoot for extra breathability to eliminate odor.

Thanks to these great benefits, the Superfeet Carbon insoles are an excellent choice for a wide variety of athletic footwear without having to sacrifice durability or support.

Who the Superfeet Carbon are for

Superfeet Carbon insoles are specifically designed for high-impact activities and low-volume footwear. This makes them a perfect choice for your running or athletic shoes, though feel free to wear them in any type of footwear you choose.

Superfeet Carbon insoles are great for a variety of foot types, whether you have flat feet, medium arches, or high arches.

How the Superfeet Carbon compares to other Superfeet insoles

So how does the Superfeet Carbon compare to the other Superfeet insoles? For starters, these are Superfeet’s thinnest insoles. They’re also Superfeet’s only carbon fiber insoles, making them extremely strong and durable for their size. 

There are other differences to consider though, so let’s review how the Superfeet Carbon compares to the other Superfeet insoles.

Superfeet Carbon vs Green

The main difference between the Superfeet Carbon and Superfeet Green is the fact that the Superfeet Carbon is much thinner occupying less space in your shoes. It’s also reinforced with carbon fiber for lightness and strength, making it an especially durable insole.

Superfeet Carbon vs Orange

While both the Superfeet Orange and Carbon are designed with the athlete in mind, 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 Carbon on the other hand is slimmer and takes up less room in the shoe (making them low volume and profile). Both the Superfeet Orange and Superfeet Carbon provide support with high-impact activities in mind, though the Superfeet Orange sports extra cushioning while the Carbon does not.

Superfeet Carbon vs Berry

Similar to the Superfeet Berry, the Superfeet Carbon is a low profile 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 Berry 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 Carbon vs Superfeet Blue

The Superfeet Blue and Superfeet Carbon share a few similarities. Both are slimmer than the other Superfeet Insoles, though the Superfeet Carbon just edges the Blue out as Superfeet’s thinnest design. The Superfeet Carbon is a better choice for athletes than the Blue though due to the carbon fiber in the insole which provides extra support for high-impact activities.

Superfeet Carbon vs Superfeet Black

The Superfeet Carbon and Superfeet Black are similar in that they are both considered lower-profile insoles. However the Superfeet Carbon is just a bit thinner and designed for athletic wear/cleats and high-impact activities whereas the Superfeet Black is designed for dress/formal shoes.