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Chris 12-14-2012 06:32 PM

Looking for some good insoles
 
Last year my K2 raiders killed my feet. So I'm looking for some good insoles. What do you recommend ?

Extremo 12-15-2012 06:16 AM

Insoles are hit or miss. I currently use superfeet which is a considerable upgrade over the foam insoles that come in your boot. But for what you get for $50 with the superfeet, I would recommend spending an extra $50 to get custom molded insoles. If you spend a lot of time on the hill it's def worth the investment. And if you don't spend that much time on the hill they can last you for years.

Chris 12-15-2012 12:09 PM

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Originally Posted by Extremo (Post 552610)
Insoles are hit or misse superfeet which is a considerable upgrade over the foam insoles that come in your boot. But for what you get for $50 with the superfeet, I would recommend spending an extra $50 to get custom molded insoles. If you spend a lot of time on the hill it's def worth the investment. And if you don't spend that much time on the hill they can last you for years.

What custom insoles do you recommend ? Also could it be the inner boot shell that is bothering me ?

Cr0_Reps_Smit 12-15-2012 12:40 PM

I just got a pair of Remind Insoles for like $30-40 and so far they are awesome. ordered the Cush right of the website.

wrathfuldeity 12-15-2012 02:49 PM

search for different brands it like shopping for boots but...

http://www.snowboardingforum.com/boo...s-faq-etc.html

snowklinger 12-16-2012 01:29 AM

I've been using Remind Medics for 16 days on this season and about 2 months in my work shoes.

TITS! :thumbsup:

StrattonRider 12-16-2012 01:35 AM

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Originally Posted by Extremo (Post 552610)
Insoles are hit or miss. I currently use superfeet which is a considerable upgrade over the foam insoles that come in your boot. But for what you get for $50 with the superfeet, I would recommend spending an extra $50 to get custom molded insoles. If you spend a lot of time on the hill it's def worth the investment. And if you don't spend that much time on the hill they can last you for years.

i was just looking at the super feet and the size range is from 9.5-11 and 11.5-13. My boot is an 11. I am not sure if my foot is done growing. would i be able to fit he 11.5 in my boot or can i cut it?:dunno:

jugeen 12-16-2012 01:46 AM

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Originally Posted by StrattonRider (Post 552971)
i was just looking at the super feet and the size range is from 9.5-11 and 11.5-13. My boot is an 11. I am not sure if my foot is done growing. would i be able to fit he 11.5 in my boot or can i cut it?:dunno:

for your boot size get the insole size F and cut it if you can't try it in before buying.

Skinny Bam 12-16-2012 01:46 AM

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Originally Posted by StrattonRider (Post 552971)
i was just looking at the super feet and the size range is from 9.5-11 and 11.5-13. My boot is an 11. I am not sure if my foot is done growing. would i be able to fit he 11.5 in my boot or can i cut it?:dunno:

You can cut it if needed, the shop should do this for you too if they are decent at all.

Im also a super feet user and love them, have had the same ones for 2 years.

XR4Ti 12-16-2012 06:47 AM

Best to try on both sizes to see which one fits your heel better. If you have a skinny heel, you are better off with the smaller one, assuming length is not a problem.


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