This post is sponsored by BabbleBoxx on behalf of Superfeet
Fun fact. I’m not the best runner. I used to run cross country and track in high school but never really picked it back up as an adult. I’ll go through phases where I want to pick it back up but end up giving it up after a few days.
Brandon started adding a morning run to his routine a few months ago and I finally decided to take a page from his book. It’s going to be a serious challenge for me but one I’m looking forward to! My short-term goal is to get in at least 1 or 2 20-30 minute runs each week. I’m going to start slow with some walking and running and work my way up!
The only way I’ve been able to ease into this new goal? My brand new ADAPT Run insoles. Seriously, they’re that good. You get the signature Superfeet shape in a lightly structured, cushioning insole made to feel like part of your shoes. And trust me – they do. They flex and adapt to your foot’s natural motion for a smooth easy ride.I love that I can start my new goal with shoes I already own, getting rid of that brutal “breaking-in” period and saving a little money at the same time.
Not only do I no longer worry about achy feet but I love that the Superfeet ADAPT Run insoles are specifically designed for runners – no matter what stage you’re at in your journey. They put support and cushion right where you need it most. The insole flexes with the foot for efficient heel-to-toe turnover, which let me tell you is very important.
A few other amazing benefits:
- With optimal cushioning, the durable AerolyteTM dual comfort layer helps your foot relax in the shoe.
- The responsive forefoot zone blends cushioning and rebound to maximize energy transfer, great for my fellow runners out there.
- My favorite part is the energizing heel cushion which disperses impact & reduces vibration to minimize fatigue
- And a must for any workout – MoistureWickTM for improved wicking and breathability, PLUS odor control
These cushioned running insoles are available in two different styles. ADAPT Run Max features a higher arch profile and deeper heel cup and delivers a max experience, where the runner feels more of the cushioned contours wrapping up and around the foot. For those who like a slimmer design, the ADAPT Run Insole has a thinner profile and lower arch. If you are interested in learning more about what the best insole is for your check out the Insole Fit Finder on Superfeet’s website.