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Old 02-02-2010, 10:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi,

Looking to replace the piece of junk insert that came with my vans cirro boa. Any suggestions ?
Looking for some cush and high arch support.

Many thanks,

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Old 02-02-2010, 11:37 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I use these Superfeet.

Superfeet Premium Insoles : REDHot : Insoles for all of your footwear and activities. Skiing, hiking, running, soccer and work.
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Remind insoles are alright also
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Read this article. Many of the brands previously mention are also covered in this article.

The Angry Snowboarder Blog Archive Stock Insoles Suck Get Some Support In there

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Hi,

Looking to replace the piece of junk insert that came with my vans cirro boa. Any suggestions ?
Looking for some cush and high arch support.

Many thanks,

Mike
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Old 02-03-2010, 10:26 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Superfeet are pretty good insoles, but the best you could do is get some custom insoles made. Depending on where you ride a Surefoot shop can make these pretty quickly. Cost won't be cheap as they will probably cost around 150-200.00. The Superfeet are 30-50.00.
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Been riding superfeet wintergreens for about five years now and just purchased some red hots. I'm pretty happy with them.
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Old 02-05-2010, 12:35 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Hey Guys, Matt from SOLE here. If you're interested in trying our footbeds for your snowboard boats, I'd recommend the Softec Ultra, here's a link:

Softec Ultra Custom Footbeds

If you have super tight fitting boots, I'd recommend the Softec Regular:

Softec Regular Custom Footbeds

If you have any questions about our footbeds, please feel free to ask.

As well, if you'd like 10% off your order from our online store, become a fan of SOLE on Facebook and send me a message to get the code.

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SOLE are the only insoles I use. I love them. I have a really high arch and they work really well for me. I know they're heat moldable, but I like them best right out of the box. I have them in my snowboard boots, my hiking boots, and my mountaineering boots.

The Signature Ed Viesturs are the ones that work best for me. Those are the ones I have in all three pairs of boots I mentioned.
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SOLE are the only insoles I use. I love them. I have a really high arch and they work really well for me. I know they're heat moldable, but I like them best right out of the box. I have them in my snowboard boots, my hiking boots, and my mountaineering boots.

The Signature Ed Viesturs are the ones that work best for me. Those are the ones I have in all three pairs of boots I mentioned.
Thanks for the kind words about our footbeds. If you want to spend a couple more dollars, the Ed Viesturs footbeds are our top of the line. Here's a link to comparison chart for all our footbeds if you are interested:

SOLE Heat Moldable Custom Footbeds - Compare All Footbeds
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