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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-25-2009, 07:37 PM Thread Starter
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Replacing Stock Insoles

Anybody out there have to replace their stock insoles? I wear 32 Lashed and after I finish my run and I am waiting in the lift line I start to experience pain on the bottom of my feet. I know 32's have the heat modable liner, but they do not come with insoles. After stopping by the shop and talking with the rep, he mentioned that my problem may be not enough arch support. I was looking into getting these; REDHot by Superfeet. Superfeet Premium Insoles : REDHot : Insoles for all of your footwear and activities. Skiing, hiking, running, soccer and work. They are actually made specifically for snowboarding, skiing, winter sports, etc. I was just curious to see if anyone has experience with them and if they feel they do make a difference.
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1. Take stock insole out
2. Put new insole in

Yes, there is a difference.

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Yes they do, i just have some of the Oranges in my boots and they work great. Not sure what real benefit the reds have, looks more marketting but maybe some difference...they actually helped make my boot fit better and have less movement in the ankle because it lifted my foot up against the top of the boot more so i couldnt pivot my ankle like before.

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I have custom molded insoles from Christy Sports. They make a world of difference. My boots are now comparably comfortable to my 2year old slipon vans. If you have any foot pain whilst riding I really suggest picking up a pair. Plus if you pull out any of the stock insoles in almost all boots they're close to paper thin.

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