When considering whether or not any pair of insoles or orthotics are appropriate for you, one of the first things to do is find out what type of shoes they were created for. With Superfeet carbon insoles, they’re designed for tight-fitting shoes. Do you own any and if so, what’s the status of your insoles for tight-fitting shoes?
You may not even know the answer to that question. Like most people, you might not be aware if your shoes are too tight or too loose. It’s a detail that may not seem that important.
However, how your feet feel is important in the big scheme of things. How your shoes fit could be contributing to how the rest of your body feels. Ill-fitting shoes are linked to all sorts of foot issues including foot fatigue, blisters, bunions, plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendonitis, Morton’s neuroma, metatarsalgia, shin splints, knee problems, hip pain, and back problems.
Superfeet Carbon insoles are one of the higher end insoles on the market today for active feet or those involved in a lot of sports activities. They’re called carbon insoles because they are made of a carbon fiber that is married with an ultralight foam layer. The carbon fiber in the Superfeet carbon insoles is very lightweight in nature and the company considers it quite revolutionary because it has the capability of remembering your foot’s dimensions – a “biomechanical memory”.
There’s a lot of strength and durability built into the Superfeet Carbon insoles. There’s a heel and arch stabilizer part of the insoles as well so you can be assured your feet won’t be moving around as you step.
The Superfeet carbon insoles are so lightweight that they are even appropriate for the new style of running called barefoot or minimalist running. But you don’t have to be a runner to benefit from the Superfeet carbon insoles. Dress shoes, Golf shoes, hiking boots, and mountain biking shoes are all very tight fitting shoes that a pair of Superset carbon insoles would fit perfectly in.
So remember – Superfeet carbon insoles for tight-fitting shoes come in all different arch types and are available online at The Insole Store.