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Originally Posted by luckboxing View Post
An insole with a higher arch will pull your toes back as Timmy mentioned.

My boots were perfectly comfortable around the house, but proper insoles will make a huge difference after you're riding for several hours.

We're not all just insole salesmen, haha.
Yeah, that makes perfect sense.

Unluckily for me though, I have pretty low arches. Whenever I've tried higher arch insoles it's been a little painful for me in the middle of my foot.

I guess that could work for me if the insole was higher in the center but didn't go back down at the heel. I'll check some athletic pairs out next time I go to the store- I wouldn't want to pay over $30 for an actual pair of snowboard boot insoles as I've seen them priced!
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