Today we’re diving into Superfeet Green versus Superfeet Blue orthotics and what the differences are.
Just like in the previous post about Superfeet green versus orange insoles, you’ll learn which type of foot will work better with these.
You’ll also see how the activities that you participate in will play a role in determining which one is best for you.
Here’s a quick breakdown of what’s in the video above.
- Green is the #2 seller, and blue is the #3
- The green orthotic has a deeper cup, a tighter belly, and steeper arches.
- Blue tends to be broader in the arch and a little shallower in the cup.
- Green goes well with a higher to normal arch, and blue works well with a normal to lower arch.
- Green is suitable for running and walking with a normal to high arch.
- Green’s tighter fit across the belly and the more generous arch are great for cleated use.
- Blue is good for court sports because of its broader arch and shallower heel.
- The difference between the two is specific to their use.
So in this battle between the Superfeet green versus blue orthotic, there are some key factors that you have to know about your feet so that you can choose the right one.
To know for sure what those factors are, scroll down and schedule an appointment. In that appointment, we’ll go through the type of foot you have, and which orthotic would be best for you.