Superfeet Black vs Green

Superfeet has provided their customers with a variety of models that are named and designed with different colors. This is not just a fashion statement; different Superfeet colors have different characteristics and features. Now, we have two Superfeet insoles that are both classified as comfort insoles: Superfeet Black and Superfeet Green. The two insoles, Black and Green, are designed to enhance the comfort and cushioning of the shoe. But there are significant differences between Superfeet Black vs Green, so make sure that you choose the right model.

Design and Construction
Superfeet Black and Superfeet Green are primarily composed of high-density closed-cell foam that is able to support and cushion the foot consistently for long periods of time. They don’t sag down, and they are durable. This is one major reason why people love Superfeet’s insoles: the long-lasting durability.

However, you can notice some differences if you put the two models side by side. Superfeet Black is significantly slimmer and thinner – about the same size as Superfeet Black vs Copper. The heel cup is designed in such a way so that the insole can remain lightweight while still absorbing and reducing road impacts.There is a stabilizer cap to support the rear foot and maintain the structural integrity. Finally, the insole has a natural antibacterial coating to prevent odor.

On the other hand, Superfeet Green is much thicker. The help cup is much thicker; in fact, it is equipped with Superfeet’s deepest and widest heel cup for maximum support and shock absorption. It also has a stabilizer cap as well as the natural antimicrobial odor-control coating.

Profile and Performance
Superfeet Black vs Green have different profiles. Superfeet Black can give decent cushioning and shock absorption, but it has a thin, low-volume profile. As the effect, it is suitable for tight-fitting shoes and even sports shoes. But it is only suitable for people with flat feet or perhaps low arches. It is more flexible, and it gives more ground feel, both of which are beneficial for sports shoes.

Superfeet Green features a thick, high-volume profile. Due to the size, it is suitable only for roomy shoes. If you use it on a tight-fitting shoe, there won’t be enough space for the foot, and the fit will be too tight and uncomfortable.

Nevertheless, this model makes an excellent choice for people with low, medium, and high arches. It is more supportive on the arch area. You can also choose this model if you need extra cushioning and shock absorption, or if your shoes are simply a little bit too large and loose for your feet. Simply insert the Superfeet Green insoles, and you will find that the shoes now fit better on your feet.

- Synthetic lining
- 8.5 centimeters wide
- Low-arched insole for light support
- Fits most footwear, even tight-fitting styles
- For common foot pain, arch pain, heel pain & plantar fasciitis
- Polyester
- Synthetic sole
- High-arched extra wide insole for maximum support
- Fits most 3E to 6E footwear with factory insoles you can remove
- For common foot pain, arch pain, heel pain & plantar fasciitis

Conclusion
If you have tight-fitting shoes, Superfeet Black should be your choice. The thinner profile will still allow enough room for your feet. In general, Superfeet Black is more suitable for people with flat feet. However, if you have low, medium, or high arches, you will need more support from your insoles. If that’s the case, choose Superfeet Green. It is thicker and more supportive. It also offers more cushioning and shock absorption.

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