10 Best Sof Sole Insoles and Inserts Reviewed

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Few aspects of running are as individual and diverse as foot type and running style. And few sports are as punishing on the body as the constant impact of running. Even if you aren’t experiencing (much) pain now, it might do you good to look into additional cushioning and support to help alleviate some of our running related issues. Luckily, Sof Sole has a variety of products to help. Let’s take a look at our top 10.

Fit Neutral Arch
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  • 3.3cm Arch Height
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Fit High Arch
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Performance Thin Fit
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Sof Sole Fit Neutral Arch

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This is the Sof Sole Neutral Arch entry. It comes in Sof Sole’s usual two women’s and four men’s sizes. The toes are trimmable for fit.
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Application
Sof Sole puts their best technology into these flagship insoles. They vary a bit in contour to accommodate the three levels of arch support; Sof Sole puts their best technology into these flagship insoles.

Features
The Fit line incorporates the Sof Soles’s best stuff; high rebound foam on a nylon plate for stability, with the usual moisture wicking and anti-odor features.

Value
The Sof Sole Fit is the company’s best effort and priced accordingly. These insoles try to address a variety of foot problems, and reviewers report considerable success. Compared to a lot of other investments you can make in running gear, these are a comparably inexpensive way to be kind to your feet and legs so they can continue to serve you for miles to come.
Pros
  • Good for what ails you
  • Top materials and construction
  • Clever arch fit measurement available
  • Solid long lasting build
  • Moisture wicking
  • Anti-odor treatment
Cons
  • Top of the Line pricing
  • Many squeak until broken in

Sof Sole Fit High Arch

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The next Sof Sole Fit series entry is the high arch which come in Sof Sole’s usual two women’s and four men’s sizes. The toes are trimmable for fit.
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Application
These are general use insoles built to last mile-after-mile.

Features
The Fit line incorporates the Sof Soles’s best stuff; high rebound foam on a nylon plate for stability, with moisture wicking and anti-odor features.

Value
While not very expensive in the world of technology for runners, a pair is not cheap. These insoles try to address most possible problems, and reviewers report considerable success so we suggest giving them a try; they could yield significant returns.
Pros
  • Good for what ails you
  • Top materials and construction
  • Clever arch fit measurement available
  • Solid long lasting build
  • Moisture wicking
  • Anti-odor treatment
Cons
  • Top of the Line pricing
  • Many squeak until broken in

Sof Sole Fit Low Arch

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We enter the realm of the Sof Sole Fit series. There are three entries in the Fit line, varying mainly in arch height.
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If you are unsure which is best for you, stores carrying the Fit line have boards that measure which would suit you best. If you are buying online, check out this video to figure out which one you need: www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZmutlScD4I . They come in Sof Sole’s usual two women’s and four men’s sizes. The toes are trimmable for fit.

Application
These are the top of the line insoles by Sof Sole. They vary a bit in contour to accommodate the three levels of arch support: The low arch is 2.8cm. Sof Sole puts their best technology into these flagship insoles.

Features
The Fit line incorporates the Sof Soles’s best stuff; high rebound foam on a nylon plate for stability, with moisture wicking and anti-odor features.The

Value
The Sof Sole Fit is the company’s best effort and priced accordingly. While not very expensive in the world of super technology for runners, a pair is not cheap. These insoles try to address most possible problems and reviewers report considerable success. These could yield significant returns if the outlay fits your budget.
Pros
  • Good for what ails you
  • Top materials and construction
  • Clever arch fit measurement available
  • Solid long lasting build
  • Moisture wicking
  • Anti-odor treatment
Cons
  • Top of the line pricing
  • Many squeak until broken in

Sof Sole Performance Airr Orthotic

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The Performance Airr Orthotic is a variant on the Airr. For a few bucks more, it adds arch support and heel stability as well as the superior cushioning. It comes in the usual 4 men’s and two women’s sizes.
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Application
The Airr Orthotic seeks to add good stability and arch support to the max cushioning of the Airr, resulting in a strong all around package. These are generally Sof Sole’s best sellers, which is impressive considering they at the top price point in Sof Sole’s medium group.

Features
The Airrs Orthotics have the Airr air pocket chambers at the heel, gel pockets at the forefoot plus arch and heel structures to provide all around love for your feet. They have the Sof Sole wicking and anti-odor technology.

Value
If you have low or neutral arches, want lots of cushioning plus good arch and heel support, you might agree with a lot of other customers that the Airr Orthotic is the solution for you.
Pros
  • Orthotic support for arch and heel
  • Serious cushioning
  • Solid long lasting build
  • Moisture wicking

Anti-odor treatment

Cons
  • Not cheap
  • Quite thick insoles – they might not be compatible with your favorite shoe

Sof Sole Performance Airr

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The Performance Airr is all about cushioning. It features air pockets in the heel and gel in the forefoot. It is the thickest insole Sof Sole makes. It comes in the usual 4 men’s and two women’s sizes.
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Application
These are mid priced insoles providing cushioning above all else. This is your solution if major cushioning is your goal.

Features
The Airrs have air pocket chambers at the heel, gel pockets at the forefoot, and all around support. They include the Sof Sole wicking and anti-odor technology.

Value
If you want ultimate cushioning, try these. They are not designed for correcting foot issues, so much as providing great cushioning.
Pros
  • Serious cushioning
  • Solid long lasting build
  • Moisture wicking
  • Anti-odor treatment
Cons
  • Not for you if you have specific issues like over-pronation, arch problems, etc.
  • They are Sof Soles thickest insoles – they might not be compatible with your favorite shoe

Sof Sole Performance Athlete

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The Performance Athlete insoles are a very good all around aid to running comfortably. They are moderately priced, made for general use, and come in Sof Sole’s usual two women’s sizes and four men’s sizes. They can be trimmed to size.
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Application
These insoles provide comfort to any athlete, especially runners who want to cushion impacts. You can spend a small fortune on insoles and orthotics, or you can try these out first and see if they are sufficient.

Features
The Performance Athlete is a jack of all trades; they feature all around benefits without a particular emphasis. They have the Sof Sole wicking and anti-odor technology.

Value
If you are just getting into running, or are a runner getting into serious discomfort, these moderately priced insoles are a good first (and maybe only!) option for relief.
Pros
  • Moderately priced but serious level support
  • Solid long lasting build
  • Moisture wicking
  • Anti-odor treatment
Cons
  • Not for you if you have specific issues like over-pronation, arch problems, etc.

Sof Sole Performance ¾ Orthotic

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If plantar fasciitis is keeping you up nights, or you the word ‘pronation’ is cropping up a lot in your conversations, you might want to look into Sof Soles’s ¾ Orthotic. It is a hard, toeless insole specifically designed deal with these issues while offering good arch support and some impact absorption.
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Application
While these supports might benefit anyone, they are targeted to athletes with these particular issues: plantar fasciitis and over-pronation.

Features
This one is pretty simple: a hard core with cushioning that positions your feet to deal with the most common causes of plantar fasciitis or over-pronation.

Value
If you have these problems, these insoles are worth the investment.
Pros
  • Might deal with your particular issues ‘way cheaper than your orthopedist.
  • Solid long lasting build
  • Easily transferable between shoes
  • Since these are ¾ length insoles (no toes), there are less fit issues
Cons
  • If you don’t have these problems, look for a more general solution
  • Not cheap

Sof Sole Performance Arch

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The Performance Arch comes in two sizes for women and three for men. They can be trimmed a bit in the toe. They are designed as a medium insole with arch support and a heel well for stability.
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Application
These insoles feature arch support and arch gel protection for runners and athletes concerned about arch support. They are in the lower price and mid tech range, and may be what you are looking for if your needs aren’t too specific or advanced.

Features
Unsurprisingly the Performance Arches are built around arch support and comfort, moisture wicking and odor protection, as well as the cushioning and shock absorption you’d expect.

Value
These are a good solution for many runners who want some nice features as well as good arch support without laying out too much cash.
Pros
  • Affordable price – good value
  • Good basic arch support and protection
  • Odor protection
  • Moisture wicking
Cons
  • Size is tricky in some cases
  • The heel well can cause fit problems in some cases

Sof Sole Performance Thin Fit

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The Performance Thin Fits come in two sizes for women and four for men. They are very thin compared to most, and light and breathable as well. Take into consideration that you cannot cut these to size like some insoles, so make sure you buy the right size.
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Application
These might be your cup of tea if you care about weight, or don’t have a lot of top room in your shoes. They have no extra arch support, which can be a good thing or a bad thing depending on your personal preference.

Features
These insoles are ultra light weight (1.3 oz.) and flexible material that conforms to your foot. It also wicks away moisture. The very low profile might be the right one for your shoe, and makes for a stable run. Shock absorption is oriented to the forefoot and heel.

Value
The Thin Fits are at a moderate price point, but are definitely in the serious realm. If you like minimal and light, these might be the ones for you.
Pros
  • Affordable price – good value
  • Quite good shock absorption for this class
  • Thin and minimal profile
  • Moisture wicking
  • No intrusive arch bump
Cons
  • Only slightly size trimmable
  • No arch support

Sof Sole Lifestyle Memory Plus Insole

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These entry level insoles provide basic relief and let you judge if insoles are your thing. If you want to upgrade, put these insoles into your every day shoes for sheer comfort. Available in men’s size 8-12 and women’s size 5-10. Simply cut to size.
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Application
Good for daily wear. You are using your feet even when you are not running! Good for runners, walkers, hikers, and on your feet all day types who are looking for some comfort, but not addressing any particular problem.

Features
The memory foam provides good comfort. The insoles have a deodorizing treatment. They come with size guides to help you trim the insoles correctly for your size, ensuring a good fit.

Value
If you are looking for an upgrade to the inserts in your sneakers, and not interested in a major investment, this is a good place to start. You might move on, but you should be able to re-purpose these happily for your daily wear.
Pros
  • Entry level price
  • Easy to fit, use and transfer
  • Deodorizing
Cons
  • Not pro level support
  • Some report that the insole travels within your shoe

Pain tolerance is key to all levels of running, but pain is not a benefit; indeed, it is often a sign of damage occurring. Running is also the very definition of high impact. It is vital to the health of your feet and legs that you mitigate pain and damage as much as you can. Every foot and every gait is different. You may have to experiment with different insole products. Depending on your needs and wallet, try one of these, sooner rather than later. Your feet will thank you.

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