After the success of our comparison of the Superfeet and Sof Sole insoles, I decided it may be nice to review the Hyperspace Sports Insole vs Dr. Scholl’s Athletic Sport Insoles. These are two great insoles, and they’re really well-priced, which I really like because I am looking for the best price when purchasing shoe insoles.
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But which did I like better?
I have compared both models thoroughly below so that you can have a better idea of which insole may be better suited for your foot pain.
I spent a lot of time trying to find the perfect insole, and my journey continues with the Hyperspace and Dr. Scholl’s inserts. Each of these insoles have their own benefits, but they’re also very different.
The Hyperspace is the one I tried first, and it’s designed for both men and women – believe it or not a lot of insoles are only available for one gender.
This is ridiculous to me.
You’ll be able to prevent a majority of foot conditions caused by sports, including:
In general, these insoles are meant to help with the majority of foot-related medical issues you’ll have.
People of any age can wear these insoles, and they feature:
When looking at the bottom of the insoles, you’ll find that there are three main support layers available. These support layers include a cushioning layer with PU memory foam at the top of the insole. This is the base of the insole and will help when transferring weight to the toes when walking.
You’ll notice that near the ball of the foot, there’s an orange layer, and this layer has been made from gel to offer better overall support and cushioning.
The heel has air capsules that offer shock absorption, and the arch of the foot is supported with quality TPU, which is stiff to offer more support.
From a technical aspect, these insoles seem to work great and they incorporate a variety of materials to make walking more comfortable.
The deep heel cradle adds support and stability to the heel, and the cover is meant to be breathable to prevent antimicrobial issues and heat from occurring.
You’ll notice that at the front of the insole, closest to the toes, there are clear lines for where you should trim the insole to make them fit better inside of your shoes.
Easy to trim and offering superb arch support, the Hyperspace insoles are a great option for general foot pain and mild issues with foot pain. The insoles are affordable (a major bonus), and they’re also more comfortable than most of the Dr. Scholl’s insoles that I have tried in the past.
Speaking of Dr. Scholl’s, let’s move on to the Dr. Scholl’s Athletic Series insoles.
Dr. Scholl’s is a well-known brand, and you can find most of their products in pharmacies or retail stores. My grocery store has them, too, so they’re widely available. What I do want to mention is that these insoles are just designed for men, so women will have to convert their shoe size to men’s sizes or find an equivalent insole.
With that said, these insoles come in a pair and they’re designed for a person that engages in a variety of activities, including:
Anything you do that requires you to be on your feet for long will be better when wearing these insoles. Massaging gel technology has been used in these Dr. Scholl’s, so they’re great for anyone that needs to reduce the stress that’s put on the lower body.
You’ll find stress relief for your knees, ankles and hips thanks to the gel technology.
Arch support is offered through the flexible arch shell, and this allows for greater stability side-to-side as well as improved motion control.
You’ll be able to trim the insoles down to the appropriate size for your shoe, and the insoles have no issues fitting in athletic shoes or sneakers. They fit in most shoes without any issues at all.
Working primarily to stop muscle fatigue, these insoles can be used to help with a variety of broad conditions, including:
Runners have a tendency to love these insoles, and since they’re so easy to use, they’re often a great option for a first-time insole purchase. You can easily line up and trim these insoles, and get them fitted properly in minutes.
That’s what I really like about over-the-counter insoles because they take such a short amount of time to be able to find comfort.
They’re also much cheaper than any custom made orthotic that you may have.
With that said, some people complained that while these insoles were really effective when walking long distances, they’re not the best option when running often. The arch support that a lot of runners need is lacking, so this causes an issue for a lot of runners.
Relief does come rather fast otherwise, and the solid yet spongy support that’s offered is definitely nice when walking long distances.
It was very close when comparing both of these insoles.
I really liked both of these insoles, and sure, I have reviewed better ones, but these both work pretty well, especially for their lower price. If you’re in the market for a low-cost insole, Hyperspace and Dr. Scholl’s both have great options for you. And if you’re still on the fence, you can find out more by reading MindInsole reviews found here.
Based off of my experience and the reviews from others that I have read, I would rate the Hyperspace an 88% and the Dr. Scholl’s an 86%.
They get the job done at a price that you can’t argue with.
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