Q: What makes the Berry women-specific? How does the Berry differ from the Orange?
A: We didn't just change the color of the Orange insole to make a women's model, we engineered it to fit the biomechanical differences of a woman's foot. Berry features a shorter heel-to-ball length that corresponds more closely to the arch length of women's feet for a specific fit. The narrower heel cup improves control, shock absorption and cradling comfort, and the Berry stabilizer cap is adapted to fit the shape and size of women's footwear so the insole rests easily in the heel. Because of its different shape and size, the Berry heel cup is slightly shallower than the Orange.
Q: Can Superfeet Insoles be transferred from shoe to shoe?
A: Yes. Be sure to take the Superfeet Insoles with you when you buy new shoes so you don't buy a shoe that is the wrong size and volume. Remember to remove any factory sock liners, if needed.
Q: Do Superfeet Insoles help heel spurs?
A: Yes, in most, but not all cases. The insoles will help stabilize and reposition the heel bone. At the same time the deep heel cup will hold more of the fat pad under the heel bone for improved cushion and comfort.
Q: Do Superfeet Insoles help to reduce foot elongation? (the foot lengthens when weighted)
A: Yes, Superfeet Premium Insoles can help to reduce foot elongation up to 80% on average and up to 90% in some cases.
Q: What can I do if the Superfeet Insoles increase my foot and shoe odor?
Clean the Superfeet Insoles on a regular basis (twice a week).
Remove the Superfeet Insoles from your shoes every night to let the shoes and Superfeet Insoles air out.
Do not wear the same pair of shoes three days in a row.
Try different brands of socks or nylons.
Apply a teaspoon of baby powder under and on top of the footbed in the shoe.
Apply some scented hand or body lotion to your feet.
Try soaking your feet in warm water and Epsom salts for about 20 minutes, once or twice a week.