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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 10-16-2009, 01:56 AM Thread Starter
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superfeet trimming

I just got my first pair of superfeet and in the instructions it says to trim the insole 2mm shorter than the size of the inside of your footwear to allow for front to back movement. Does this apply for snowboard boots too, or is this something they say for runners. I just want to make sure before I waste 40 bucks :P
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I would go with the instructions. I didn't cut mine when I tossed a new pair in my new goalie skates and I think they packed down a bit now they have a little kink in the heel that bunches up and hurts. I would go ahead and cut it because 2mm isn't that big of a deal. Or maybe cut it down half the recommended amount, try it out for a bit, and if it packs out you can trim it a bit more.

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When I cut mine, I cut a tiny bit shorter and they work great. The insole is supposed to move a tiny bit.

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