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Old 10-05-2017, 10:33 AM
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Do you guys often replace the insoles in your disc golf shoes? I've found that I'm wearing out the inside part of my insole near the front (right behind my big toe) and I'm looking for a good replacement. What's the best regular (not high arch) insole for the money you guys have found?
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Old 10-05-2017, 10:54 AM
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I've been using the Dr. Scholl's sport insoles for years and have been pleased.
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I wear Superfeet insoles in my dg footwear. They might be considered high arch though. Best prices and selection I've found are on Amazon.

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Old 10-05-2017, 11:08 AM
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I wear Superfeet insoles in my dg footwear. They might be considered high arch though. Best prices and selection I've found are on Amazon.
What color do you use? I've noticed there's quite a few to choose from. How long do they last? I play around 5 rounds a week so if I'm going to spend $45 I want them to last haha.
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I've used Superfeet green for a long time with much comfort. I recently got two pairs of Protalus after seeing an online ad and they are working better for me. More arch support and more heel support which is helping my plantar fasciitis.


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I used to use green superfeet. they were great. until I broke my foot, now my foot is ****ed. Now ideally I use superfeet on my left foot, and dr scholls gel sport on my right, but mostly use the gel on both and it works out ok.

I am seriously considering custom orthodics though, not sure how much of a benefit it might have, but it might be worth it...
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I have the green, and the orange. I noticed very little difference between the two. They last a LONG time. Well worth the money imo, but might take up a little bit of space in your shoes because they are most likely thicker than the original insoles were.
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I have the green, and the orange. I noticed very little difference between the two. They last a LONG time. Well worth the money imo, but might take up a little bit of space in your shoes because they are most likely thicker than the original insoles were.
Good to know since I wear adidas which tend to be a little tight. I may give them a shot, I've heard good things about the blue as well.
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Do you guys often replace the insoles in your disc golf shoes? I've found that I'm wearing out the inside part of my insole near the front (right behind my big toe) and I'm looking for a good replacement. What's the best regular (not high arch) insole for the money you guys have found?
What have you been using? No need to recommend something that is not currently working.

Incidentally, I have the exact same problem as you. I have found that Dr Scholls Athlete series to be the best. It is a better foam than the basic lines and does not brake down as fast. These still will develop that hole under the ball of your foot, but take a lot longer to do so.
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The superfeet blues are lower profile with less pronounced arch support

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