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Shred Soles?

These things any good?
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I ran them for a season and they seemed to bother my feet a lot. Cramped up quite a bit. I'm not sure if it was due to the high arch or the canting but I could not ride with them. I switched over to remind insoles and so far so good.
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I was thinking about these too but i'm already rocking 390 Bosses with the canted pads in.....extreme canting???


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I have shred soles in my Malamutes and really like 'em
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Love Shredsoles! Been shredding with them for a couple years in Flow "The One" coilers. Combined with a wedgie 2.0 footbed my knees thank me after a long day.
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If you have the option for 1.5 cants in your bindings or no canting then you should be ok with the canting in the footbeds, and shred soles are a good product. Otherwise Reminds are killer and very well developed.

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I got my Medic Reminds this week, been wearing them to work for 4 days and they are fucking awesome! I have extreme pronation from my ankles all the way to my hips that was mostly corrected as a toddler but since wrecking my ankles the last couple seasons, the pronation was becoming exaggerated and causing me alot of problems. The last 4 days I have been walking straight, my ankle has hurt like 1/2 a time instead of 50, these things are fucking sweet. Already carpetboarded in them, fit in my boots perfect can't wait to get them on snow!

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I had shred soles for a season. They are generally good, but the arch support is a bit flismy.
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45 bucks for insoles only? o_O
For 85 i can buy fully moldablt palau liner.
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45 bucks for insoles only? o_O
For 85 i can buy fully moldablt palau liner.
I see nothing that says Palau's come with a supportive footbed. This isn't about liner fit, its about supporting the foot. And I don't care if you spend even $4000 on a liner, if your foot isn't being supported it wont matter.

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