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Best insoles for small/semi wide feet [Woman]

I hear people talking all the times about getting new 3rd party insoles..With so many on the market I'm not even sure where to start. If someone could guide me into the right area, i'd be super grateful.

Should I go get costume made ones or a 3rd party already made one?
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I would look at superfeet, I have them in all of my shoes. For kinda wide, like if your just about a C width, look at green superfeet or if those are too aggressive, Berry, with berry you may have to size up for wider feet.

Most stores that sell them should have pre cut demo models you can try. They key is you will want your heel to fill the heel cup without pouring over (muffin top).
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I've tried a few different kinds, and am pretty happy with Shred Soles. Get ahold of Nate, he's a good guy and the owner.

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I hear people talking all the times about getting new 3rd party insoles..With so many on the market I'm not even sure where to start. If someone could guide me into the right area, i'd be super grateful.

Should I go get costume made ones or a 3rd party already made one?
Custom made footbeds will beat slip-in 3rd party insoles every time. Of course, you have to pay for the custom beds. Last time I checked I think a store tried to sell me customs for ~$200.

That being said, plenty of people have had success with 3rd party insoles. Like others of said, try Superfeet. They're generally pretty widely available at most footwear stores, and even ski shops. Check their website to see what kind might be best for you. I use superfeet.

I haven't tried shredsoles but have heard good things. Same concept as superfeet.
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