Most cycling shoes come with rather flimsy stock cycling insoles. There are some exceptions to this rule. Brands like Specialized and Giro come standard with robust insoles. But even then, don’t assume that the insole is the correct one for you.
Choosing a cycling saddle is no easy task. You’ll want to find a saddle that conforms to your body shape and riding style. There are many variables to consider such as the width, the sitting area, the shape, the taper, the nose width and the level of padding.