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Old 01-16-2014, 03:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have been reading around and a lot of people say it's a good idea to get insoles for your snowboard boots. Any ideas what kind to get? As well what are the major benefits of getting them?

All I have heard of are super feet
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Old 01-16-2014, 03:50 PM   #2 (permalink)
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insoles generally just make your feet feel more comfortable while boarding and theirs some insoles that heat up so your feet dont get cold.
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Old 01-16-2014, 05:25 PM   #3 (permalink)
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remind is the current board favorite, superfeet are also popular
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I just bought a set of Reminds based off of a recommendation in my thread. Im def curious to see how they feel vs the stock ones...
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remind is the current board favorite, superfeet are also popular
Any idea where to get them in Ontario
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Old 01-17-2014, 08:48 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Depends on the kind of feet you have; high arch, medium arch, flat foot. I'm somewhere between a high/medium arch and stock footbeds dont have enough support for me. Would lead to WICKED foot cramps. I switched out to the green Superfeet insoles and they have done me so very well
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Remind all the way I use them in every piece of foot wear I own and have been better on my feet than my orthotics.

Buy them here........

Remind Insoles - Product
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Remind all the way I use them in every piece of foot wear I own and have been better on my feet than my orthotics.

Buy them here........

Remind Insoles - Product
thats where I got them too... Got the T Rice design
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I never tried Reminds. I just switch out my stock insoles to Superfeet Green (wide). They fit my wide ass foot so much better than the old narrow footbed, especially the arch. So glad I spent the $40.
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I use remind medics. They've got a bit more arch support than the cushes. I put them in because my boots started to pack out and I wasn't getting the support I was used to. They caused me a little pain when I first used then but one my feet adjusted it felt amazing. We'll worth the dosh but only if your chasing some more support out of your boots IMO.
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