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Superfeet took their well-known support and performance and combined it with the equally legendary natural thermoregulating properties of merino wool to create the MerinoGrey Insole. The thick pile of the 90% merino top cover lays over the insole's supportive Foundation foam and Encapsulating Stabilizer System to keep you supported, aligned, and comfortable. Trim these insoles to fit and slip them into any hiking, walking, snowsports, casual, or military shoes to boost their support and deliver cushy, breathable comfort.
- Foundation ultra-light closed-cell foam resists moisture and helps reduce shock while offering advanced comfort
- Unique stabilizer cap offers optimal underfoot support with a deep heel cup that cradles the heel's fat pad for improved natural shock absorption
- Exceptionally soft merino wool layer offers extreme comfort, moisture wicking, insulation, and breathability
- Wool top cover 90% recycled, combining leftovers from wool sock production with virgin merino wool
- Trim to fit any roomy footwear
- Q & A
Support and warmth
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: F
I've used these in my Rome Libertine Snowboard boots for the past two season and LOVE them. I have over 100 days on these insoles and they are still holding strong. I plan on getting new snowboard boots this winter and will definitely be buying these again.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
I have been using Superfeet for around 10 years in footwear that I wear when carrying heavy loads (Backcountry Hiking, Military Rucking, Skiing) but this year I grabbed a pair and tossed them in my AT boots. I have not had any one item change my comfort so significantly. These things provide perfect arch support and the wool keeps my toes toasty warm. Then when I get back to the hut I can pull them out and they dry incredibly quickly, ensuring the same comfort the next day. I highly recommend these.
Merino is money!
When these came out I was itching to get on board, because I use Superfeet in all my shoes and I swear by wool's versatility as a technical fabric. I put them in a brand-new pair of GORE-TEX Danner hikers, thinking that while they might be too warm for summer, they'd be perfect for winter. However, I found out during an 8-mile hike in 65-70 degree weather that these footbeds are comfortable in warmer temperatures too, even with leather uppers and thick hiking socks. They are warm, but not too hot, and they never felt damp or sweaty. In fact they feel strangely (but not unpleasantly) neutral, as though they are insulating you from the ground (they are). The felt top is luxurious, softer than I expected it would be, but not too cushy or at all unsupportive. I wouldn't recommend them for low-volume shoes, as they are pretty thick, and I can't say I'd imagine they'd be as comfortable in really hot or humid climates, but so far they appear to be perfect for my uses. Can't wait for the snow to start falling so I can feel how well they perform in the cold.
These are going to be GREAT for Winter!
Love SuperFeet in all my shoes, and looking forward to having the Merino Insoles in my winter boots.