I normally wear shoes that are 2E to 6E in width, but the insoles I am looking at are not offered in a 2E. What width do I choose?
Each manufacturer establishes their own width standards. Some width sizes are in even numbers and some are in odd numbers. A 2E with one manufacturer might be the same as a 3E with another. The difference between each width size is typically about 1/8th of an inch. If you wear a 2E to 6E shoe, please choose from one of our Big & Tall Insoles
What the best insole to replace the insoles in my Sperry shoes?
Sperry does not make replacement insoles for their shoes, unfortunately. Sperry generally has two different insoles that they use in their shoes: a simple leather insole, and a leather/memory foam insole (ASV insole). For the simple leather insole, ...
What are wear-test guarantees?
With insoles and certain other foot support and foot comfort products, it’s important that you actually wear and use your new purchase for a while before you decide whether it does or does not work for you. Not only will you want to see how it fits, ...
My insoles squeak!
Sometimes if your insoles make a squeaking noise while you are walking, you can take them out and put them back in. If they still make noise, you can add a little bit of baby powder to your shoes. If you seem to be having a hard time keep your ...
When Should You Replace Your Insoles?
Typically a good pair of insoles that experience normal wear and tear should last you about 6 to 9 months. However, there are many factors that can make you have to change them out sooner than that. Factors that will impact when you need to replace ...
There are so many products to choose from. How do I pick the insole that's best for me?
It is our commitment to carry every style and every size from every major manufacturer to best serve everyone. However, we realize that this can make it daunting to find the right product. By following the steps below, we can get you on the right ...