Superfeet / SOLE (Dean Karnazes) insoles

Discussion in 'Shoes and Apparel' started by Craig Sheppard, Mar 14, 2007.

  1. Craig Sheppard

    Craig Sheppard Hall of Fame

    Feb 19, 2004
    Raleigh, NC
    Has anyone tried either Superfeet insoles or the SOLE moldable insoles endorsed by Dean Karnazes for tennis? How long do they last? Do you think they're worth it? I know it's not a replacement for doctor prescribed orthotics, but I'm wondering how big a difference you notice if you use them?

    I'm looking for something that will provide a little more arch support and cushioning. What other alternatives would you recommend that you can notice a difference and are worth it?
  2. courtrage

    courtrage Semi-Pro

    Jun 15, 2004
    biosole gel sport insoles arent bad. my buddy told me about them and i liked them. i have since stopped using them cause i wanted to get better at moving correctly instead of being lazy and adding that stuff to compensate. i will use some dr scholls ones for the added cushion but i want to get my feet stronger instead of getting a crutch... and carry the biosole...same company but prices differ slightly cause one offers free shipping but both are around 40$... also noticed in last couple three days that walking more forward on my forefoot has helped my heel pain...i dont notice it as much without a major heel to toe transition...
  3. headfan91

    headfan91 Semi-Pro

    Oct 4, 2006
    They are amazing for hockey. So I would guess that thwey are very good for tennis as well. They are for low arch foots though.

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