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Old 08-13-2012, 07:31 PM   #21 (permalink)
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The insoles are made from a flexible urethane or something, not a closed cell foam like most are. It wont pack down at all.
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Thanks again ETM, you the man!
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Old 08-13-2012, 09:52 PM   #23 (permalink)
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Buy the green Superfeet, then when your boots are nice & form fitted, put the stock insoles back in them.

Superfeet are awesome.
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I think I'm going to stick with my insoles, because as ETM said, the other brands just can't compete with what's in my boot.
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Old 08-13-2012, 10:27 PM   #25 (permalink)
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Buy the green Superfeet, then when your boots are nice & form fitted, put the stock insoles back in them.

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Superfeet lick stale donkey balls compared to Sole footbeds.

OP: anything aftermarket is miles better than really pretty much any stock insole.
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...and if your feet are numb in them laced up, unlaced, etc. then you bought boots too small.
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Superfeet are crap and dont look any better than the 32 stock insoles, which are very nice as a rule for stock insoles.

I was in the shop buying some and the sales guy was like...these insoles are as good as any of the superfeet...why are you buying them..and i was like...cuz the internet sed so...

Happy with the stock but I want to get some Remind insoles.
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Superfeet are crap and dont look any better than the 32 stock insoles, which are very nice as a rule for stock insoles.

I was in the shop buying some and the sales guy was like...these insoles are as good as any of the superfeet...why are you buying them..and i was like...cuz the internet sed so...

Happy with the stock but I want to get some Remind insoles.
The TMs I see you are wearing only have a basic insole compared to the focus, the ones on the focus are the big daddies.

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Yea I wear a pair of Lashed and Tm-twos alternately, I know they have burlier stuff but even the not-burlier stands up to superfeet..I'm talking about getting something with cushioning like the Reminds or similar.
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Superfeet lick stale donkey balls compared to Sole footbeds.

OP: anything aftermarket is miles better than really pretty much any stock insole.
I haven't tried Sole footbeds, so Superfeet could possibly lick stale donkey balls compared to them.

But compared to the footbed I replaced in my 2010 Burton Rulers, I couldn't even detect the slightest after taste of rancid donkey ball sweat.

My Rulers ended up being to small on one foot after one day, I got purple toe.
The store wouldn't let me exchange then for a dif pair, after arguing for a while they just gave them to me.

Even though the Superfeet were way thicker than the stock Burton ones, which I couldn't see solving my problem. The plastic arch prevented my foot from elongating when I tied my boot. Amazingly it did work, no more purple toe.

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