SoleCourt is too wide! Using 2 insoles??? Need helps!!!

6august

Hall of Fame
I've recently bought a pair of Adidas soleCourt and it's too wide for my feet (My feet are narrow and thin). So I'm thinking of add another pair of replacement insoles into them. The problem here is using 2 insoles will keep my heels too far from the ground.

Besides feeling uncomfortable, does it negatively affect my spine, kees...??? Do you have any solution for that wide toe box???

Thank you alot for your support.
 

socallefty

Hall of Fame
I wore two insoles and Thorlo socks as I had the same issue with SCB when I tried out a pair. Prefer Asics GR8 now as a replacement for Barricades. I couldn‘t return it from the store I bought it from and after using for a short while, I just moved onto other shoes instead of trying out a smaller size.
 
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Sardines

Professional
I've recently bought a pair of Adidas soleCourt and it's too wide for my feet (My feet are narrow and thin). So I'm thinking of add another pair of replacement insoles into them. The problem here is using 2 insoles will keep my heels too far from the ground.

Besides feeling uncomfortable, does it negatively affect my spine, kees...??? Do you have any solution for that wide toe box???

Thank you alot for your support.
Instead of trying to fit a shoe, I would really suggest returning it or selling it 2nd hand. I usually double sock on more strenuous days, and SCB was warm for me with 2 socks! So I don't recommend it if you are in a hot zone. The problem with using 2 insoles not designed to be double stacked, is possibly imbalances that create problems for your feet and joints. A thicker replacement insole will work work better.
 

Ronaldo

Bionic Poster
Instead of trying to fit a shoe, I would really suggest returning it or selling it 2nd hand. I usually double sock on more strenuous days, and SCB was warm for me with 2 socks! So I don't recommend it if you are in a hot zone. The problem with using 2 insoles not designed to be double stacked, is possibly imbalances that create problems for your feet and joints. A thicker replacement insole will work work better.
Wore the SCB w/thick socks and an after market insole. Replaced with the Ubersonic 3 which is narrower
 

Sardines

Professional
Wore the SCB w/thick socks and an after market insole. Replaced with the Ubersonic 3 which is narrower
Yes. I measured the 2 in a post somewhere and the toe box area is different, and many people don't realize that a lot of the fit issue is in the shape of their toes not aligning to the shoe of choice.
 

Ronaldo

Bionic Poster
Yes. I measured the 2 in a post somewhere and the toe box area is different, and many people don't realize that a lot of the fit issue is in the shape of their toes not aligning to the shoe of choice.
Another site used to overlay the shape of a shoe with an older, discontinued shoe so it was easier to find a replacement. Wore the Uber 3 2 yrs ago and knew it was narrower than the SCB. Decided to buy a half size larger this yr in the U3. If only both came with an Altra toebox
 

Lorenn

Semi-Pro
Another site used to overlay the shape of a shoe with an older, discontinued shoe so it was easier to find a replacement. Wore the Uber 3 2 yrs ago and knew it was narrower than the SCB. Decided to buy a half size larger this yr in the U3. If only both came with an Altra toebox
Frustration of trying to find a reasonable shoe. It would be nice if shoe makers gave 3d measurements of their shoes so we could compare:)
 

Nostradamus

Bionic Poster
I've recently bought a pair of Adidas soleCourt and it's too wide for my feet (My feet are narrow and thin). So I'm thinking of add another pair of replacement insoles into them. The problem here is using 2 insoles will keep my heels too far from the ground.

Besides feeling uncomfortable, does it negatively affect my spine, kees...??? Do you have any solution for that wide toe box???

Thank you alot for your support.
Time to switch to Ubersonic 4
 

6august

Hall of Fame
Thank you guys, I highly appreciate your comments. I found a pair of thin and flat insole, put them in the shoes first then put the original insole in. It seems to be OK, the heel are not pushed too much and it feels less hollow in the toebox.
 

Alexh22

Professional
These are super loose indeed. I used a thicker pair of insoles. But as already mentioned the heel got pushed up which is less secure. Would not buy again.
 

Ronaldo

Bionic Poster
They don't breath very well and I need 2 pairs each time I play.

Then I need a second pair of pairs for when I play 2 days in a row.

Plus I have an extra pair of pairs for when the first pair of pairs is beyond repair.
SB is now a four letter word, eh?
 

Ronaldo

Bionic Poster
Nah. They are heavy, they don't breath well, they are missing the eyelet for lock lacing and the laces cut in a bit .. but here in Australia we don't get many wide fitting options.
Where are those Reebok Bonzers? Pumps?
 
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