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Will be in Breckenridge area next week - anyone know of a good custom insole maker?

I'd like to get custom insoles done and wondering if anyone knows of a store that handles snowboard boots well. I tried Christy Sports two seasons ago in Steamboat and that was a waste of money since they had no idea what they were doing in regards to snowboarders.
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100% sure you need customs? have you looked into Reminds for a drop in and go application?
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I'm not 100% certain but I have tried Superfeet and didn't seem to help much. I can try something else though I guess before going down the right of customs. I'll check them out
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I ordered a pair of reminds. We'll see how well they work next week
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The different models have different levels of arch support, and there's a few lengthy posts about them. To sum it up in terms of arch support from least to greatest Cush-->Medic--->Remedy. I run the medic and definitely notice a welcome difference, especially on long, sloped lift line waits. I've got a foot with a medium/middle of the road arch if that helps in your selection. Took a couple hours of walking around in my boots before they conformed nicely, I was skeptical when I first laced em up but after about 3 hours I was sold.
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Ok good to hear! I'll keep the tips in mind. I actually ordered the Medics too...

Remind Insoles Medic Insoles - reflexology - Snowboard Shop > Snow Accessories > Boot Accessories

I hope it helps me with my aches
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