The Superfeet Yellow provide control, power and performance. An elevated heel and biomechanical shape help to stabilise your foot and improve the energy transfer between you and your skates or pedals for greater power, control and comfort.
Good in some cases, but does not play miracles
With age my feet are becoming wider and I'm having trouble going through long rides especially in summer. I'm using Bont shoes on the road and these are a bit better than my previous specialized footbeds, but it's still hard to go over 4hr+ rides w/o any pain. On MTB with Lake Shoes these are unbearable after a couple of hours so I went back to specialized.
23 August 2016
very good support
Having problems with my ankles and tried these - the additional support was noticeable and certainly an improvement on the ones that came with my shoes. Took a while thinking about it due to what I perceived to be a bit of a price for some insoles but certainly happy with the result. Would suggest heeding the advice in the leaflet regarding cutting them, and also breaking them in through extending the distances of your rides (this is someone who cut them fine but went on a 6 hour ride from the off - it impacted in my knees - felt the next day - but thankfully something that was temporary)
03 August 2016
Comfortable and warm
Took along time to find these at a gopod price. They are well worth the investment. Happy feet means better cycling
11 July 2015
Using the yellow insole in
Instantly felt a world of difference after using these insoles on Mavic Fury, Enduro, and Northwave shoes. The Mavic insole caused sharp pain on the middle to outside edge of my feet. After switching, my feet really did feel like 'superfeet.' Strongly recommend. Yes, they are a bit expensive, but worked extremely well. I will use them on all my cycling shoes.
08 April 2015
Arch support = Comfort
I have to admit I took a bit of a punt on these, but with a money back guarantee I thought they would be worth a go.
I have medium to high arches so find most stock insoles don't quite do it for me. These really support your entire foot which makes such a difference.
They are stiff and don't have a great deal of padding, so do take a bit of getting used to.
If your foot comfort isn't quite right it can be painful and/or miserable experience.
These work well for me, so I'm really glad I went for them.
27 March 2015
Great for skates
I use these with hockey skates, excellent for that.
06 October 2014
Great insole, very comfortable, bit expensive
Got these to replace cheap stock insoles in new pair of ccm rbz hockey skates I got. Had heel stability and fit issues with originals and these lifted my heel slightly giving more stable and comfortable fit, no aches or foot pain at all after few skates. Still issue with stability in high heel area but that's more to do with skate heel volume or maybe skate size slightly to large but can't fault foot beds.
Bit expensive but cheaper than official ccm custom ones. Worth a shot if you have any fit issues.
22 September 2014
Never knew I needed them!
I struggled to work out which colour I should buy; the yellow are quite thin but offer a reasonable amount of arch support. If in doubt, use the superfeet web site.
After fitting these to my shoes, the difference I noticed was that my feet didn't ache at all during a ride - I used to think that this was normal.
I would also recommend a visit to a friendly podiatrist if you do suffer from pain; mine recommended this product for sports use.
13 July 2014
Better Than Stock
I've been a fan of Superfeet Insoles for some time and have used them in several different applications. I recently replaced the OEM insoles in my Specialized S-Works Road Shoes with these. The OEM insoles are fine but these are more comfortable. As for improved power transfer, etc, I think even with a power meter this is difficult to measure in the real world but usually better comfort and fit equates to power, speed, and endurance. Anything that deals with the 3 points of contact with the bike has a heavy personal preference component to it but I really like these and will likely get another set for my MTB shoes.
24 April 2014
I wasn't sure which ones to get as I don't have high arches. This version fits perfectly and provides the heel support my cycling shoes were missing. Very happy.
25 November 2013
I have a pair of Shimano MT23 cycling shoes yet despite a rigid sole and some arch support I developed heel pain after a challenging sportive ride. Since then any ride over 30 miles would aggravate it, so I was getting a little concerned about an 100 mile challenge ride at the weekend. I decided to buy these and I can honestly say they worked brilliantly, no hint of discomfort during the ride and no hobbling about afterwards either (just a little heel pain I had prior to the ride). They are pricey but are now worth every penny in my view.
02 September 2013
Worth twice the money they cost!
I have low arches and almost "duck"-feet, and have almost always had troouble with my cycling-shoes.
Numb feet has been the normal state for me
I have used Superfeet, both the DMP and the Black ones in my civil shoes, but this is the first time I use them in cyclng shoes.
And boy, what a´difference they made!
All of a sudden my Shimano R-240W shoes feels perfect on my feet, even after more than four hours at the road.
19 May 2013
Great for skates and MTB
I was having trouble in my goalie ice skates with a bio mechanical loading problem on my first metatarsal, with training at least 3 times a week was causing a lot of pain.Hearing about superfeet I though I would give them a try before paying heaps of money for custom insoles.
Since using the superfeet, I no longer get the pain in my first metatarsal and it has relived the load balance problem. Although my feet took a week to adjust, which cause a little discomfit.
I also find the edge control a lot better in my skates since wearing these.
04 March 2013
Easy to fit
Only used insoles twice so far, bought because I was getting cramp when ice skating.. Cramp has stopped but still getting used to the new feel. Feet ache for a while but it passes. So far so good. Easy to cut and fit.
09 December 2012
Following a Retul bike fit I was recommended to use these instead of my standard shoe insoles. Fitted without cutting and removed all the hot spots and dull ache from my feet.
19 September 2012
Superfeet Yellow for Hockey Ice Skates
Bought these to go into a pair of Hockey Ice Skates that were causing my feet to cramp due to lack of support for the arches.
The was an initial delay of a week due to stock issues which Wiggle informed of a day or two after placing the order. Option was available to cancel for a full refund.
When I received the insoles and overlayed my skate insoles there seemed to be an issue with shape at the insole. I sent a photo to Superfeet customer service who promply replied that this was normal with Ice skates and when installed they would be fine. They also reminded me of the 60 day return which is valid even after the insoles had been cut to size and used.
I followed the excellent instructions and trimmed the insoles and installed them into my skates. They were an excellent fit as promised.
Been using they in my skates for a couple of weeks and they've been great. I'm really pleased with the purchase and the service from both wiggle and superfeet.
02 May 2012
Fantastic orthotic insoles
I have collapsed arches and wear orthotic's and these are the best thing I could have bought for my feet next to my Sidi ergo 2.
06 April 2012
Works ok with 1.5" heel
Actually bought for use in dance shoes. Do a reasonable job of balancing the foot although I supinate so harder for a generic product to correct. Well. Hold and light, also reasonable venting.
20 October 2011
Superfeet Trim to Fit Yellow Insoles
Long term sufferer of numb toes, looking for solutions. Tried these and must say they made a significant difference.
25 July 2011
I have had probelms with plantar facilitis and decided to fit these to my Mavic Avenir shoe. The shoes were pretty comfortable, but these make them more so, as they support the arch more when stomping on the pedals. Expensive but you can swap them around so no need to by lots of pairs.
19 July 2011
Not for me..
Got these to go in my carbon sole road shoes but they just weren't comfortable at all.
Saying that - everyone's feet are different so what didn't work for me might well be the perfect solution for the next person.
Luckily Superfeet have a 60 day comfort guarantee, so you can return them in the normal way (even used and cut to size etc). Wiggle was very helpful with this process and refunded the price in the normal way immediately.
So if you think this might be for you just give it a go, and at worst you'll have to fork out a couple of pounds for return postage.
02 July 2011
The Superfeet have proved to be a great buy and are better than other orthodics I have which I considered very good as they take up less room in the toe box of road cycling shoes.
I'll be ordering more to go with my other cycling shoes as they worked well on the MTB as well
05 June 2011
Hotspots - didn't fix the problem
I get a hotspot on my right foot on long rides. I have got them for years with different brands of shoe. Nothing wrong with my Sidi Ergo2 - they are the best shoe I have ever had. I have tried various cleat positions and tried the Yellow Insoles. They were uncomfortable so I took them out of my left shoe after a few rides but left them in my right shoe to see if they fixed the hotspot problem despite the discomfort.
They made it worse - I did a long race at the weekend and my foot was still sore 2 days later. Not sure where they add value if you have a good shoe.
20 April 2011
I have a pair of Sidi Genius 6.6 road shoes that I wore for two years with problems. Sore feet, numb feet, etc.
Picked these up and the shoes not only fit better but my feet feel great. I ride a lot (over 10000 km a year) so having my feet feel good is important. I really like these and they cured all my issues.
I think everyone has such different feet what works for one won't necessarily work for others.
Considering a second pair of these, as I now switch my insoles between two pairs of my road shoes.
Not cheap to try out, but if they work, worth the money!
23 March 2011
Good If You Pronate
These once fitted make a difference if you normally over pronate. The raised heel takes a bit of getting use to and feels strange at first.
Can be washed as well. I have the green ones for walking and they seem o do the job as well although they can be a bit wide for Sidi shoes. The yellow ones are fine.
04 October 2010
Works well - in ice skates!
I'd seen these insoles on numerous ice hockey shop websites from North America, and Wiggle was one of the only places I found that stocks them in Europe.
I used the online sizing chart from the Superfeet website, which suggested size C. Wiggle didn't have them in stock, and said 3-7 days wait, which was the case, but they arrived exactly as I'd ordered. The sizing worked pretty well, and the heel fit seems to be perfect for me.
The insoles came with a leaflet explaining how to trim them to fit, and this was pretty clear, you just have to be careful not to remove too much. It takes a while to trim them perfectly, but a pair of scissors and a pen is all that's needed.
Once you've trimmed them, it's time to try them - the first thing I noticed is that they're quite a different feel from my original insoles, but I've used the green superfeet in my hiking boots before, so was used to the feel and didn't find it uncomfortable. They were a bit thicker though, so if you have thin insoles, you'll lose a bit of room inside the shoe when you use these. The heel is cupped in a relatively deep heel cup, so it doesn't move around that much which I exactly what I wanted. My foot felt well supported, and it felt like I as able to transfer power from my leg to the skate more effectively as my foot wasn't rolling around inside the skate boot.
My overall take on these: I really like them, and would say they are definitely worth the money for replacing my skate insoles. Having said that, I'm not sure I'd buy them for my bike shoes, as I seem to place most of the weight on the balls of my feet, and I'm not sure whether having my heel held better would make that much difference to me - but then I'm no expert cyclist!
For the pros and cons, I gave them 3 stars only for appearance as they're a really garish yellow colour, which I don't particularly like, but otherwise they look well made and high quality. I've listed adjustable and unadjustable, as they are adjustable once - to fit one pair of shoes perfectly (good adjustability), but once they're cut, they'll only fit that pair of shoes, so unless you have a lot of identical shoes, you'll need more than one pair. I've only had them a couple of weeks, but they don't look like they'll wear out that quickly, so I think they'll be pretty durable.
07 September 2010
I am using these with my dhb cycling shoes and, together with a slight tweak to my cleat alignment, they have helped cure my lateral knee pain. These are a narrower fit than other Superfeet products that I've used but perfectly suited to cycling shoes.
Expensive but that always seems to be the case with Supereet in the UK and still good value if they work as they did for me!
31 May 2010
not for me
Bought these to replace the rather hard insole in Sidi shoes. Am about to return them as they make the hard insole now seem comfortable! I gues they are just the wrong shaped contour for my feet, but it felt like my shoes had deformed and they were really uncomfortable. I tried to get used to them, but they just irritated me more and more on every ride. Very expensive for what they are too.... unless they really are as magical as others claim if you happen to have feet that are suited to them.
19 May 2010
Didn't cure my numbness
I bought these for my road shoes as I've been suffering from numbness in my right foot around my toes. I wear the blue version of these in my regular footwear and find them very comfortable but these were not as good as I hoped for cycling. The sculpted heel and arch area were very comfortable but it's the padding in the toe area that I needed that let them down. They're quite flat and don't give much cushioning which I need with carbon soled shoes.
It would be unfair to give these a bad review because I was looking for something fairly specific. I'm sure for the majority of people that are looking for an insole to support around the arch they're fine.
They come with a comfort guarantee which is good so they're worth trying and if you don't get on with them just send them back. No hassle.
01 November 2009
I'm normally a UK size 9.5. According to the Superfeet website size label E is for UK size 9.5-11. However, on the Wiggle site size label E corresponds to UK size 8-9.5 and label F is 10-11.5. Which label should I go for?
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These have to be trimmed to fit your shoes, which is best done by tracing the outline of your old insoles onto the Superfeet and then trimming with scissors. So if you are between sizes better to go larger as you will have to trim anyway.
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I have the Yellow ones in my Sidi Carbon Tri shoes and they are great. Should be fine, but that's the benefit of the money back guarnatee! May want to try the black ones as they come wider as standard that the yellow.
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Hey ya. I just dropped a pair in to my Shimano SPDs and they fit great. I got the size I wanted (45 euro) and just used the existing inner sole from Shimano to make sure it matched perfectly. I hope that helps? Happy riding! Simon
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Yes they do but you do need to trim them down to fit inside, you need to remove the existing insole and even then you may find that the shoes are now to cramped in height so it is a risk unfortunately.