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snowklinger 10-22-2012 01:37 AM

The Love Opens Tuesday!!
 
WOOHOOOOO!!!!

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Donutz 10-22-2012 09:05 AM

The "Report this image" tag is irritating but I LOVE that the pix get resized now.

snowklinger 10-22-2012 07:06 PM

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Heading up about mid-day to buy my pass, take a couple runs and a few beers.

Should have some feedback after this week on my Remind Medic Insoles and '12 Malavitas picked up during the summer. Hopefully an Evo trickles into my life at some point but I may have to wait for tax returns lol.

kctahoe 10-22-2012 07:11 PM

Im really interested in how those Remind insoles work out for you, i need something to support my flat feet.

snowklinger 10-22-2012 07:21 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kctahoe (Post 529758)
Im really interested in how those Remind insoles work out for you, i need something to support my flat feet.

I also have flat feet, and work on them in a kitchen, put these in my shoes about a month ago when I got them. So far they have been amazing, so I expect the same on the snow.

I have bad pronation like a fat kid due to being born crooked, and these things really correct that and set my ankles up straight. Not to mention how much better the bottom of my foot feels.

Remind has another model that has a higher arch in it, part of the reason I did not choose that one.

kctahoe 10-22-2012 07:27 PM

Yeah I've been checking out their website, I'm not sure which model to go with, I've noticed my ankles kinda of protrude outward, and i think pronation is when the ankle bends inward? I don't know i could be wrong, but i deffenetly need more support in my boots. I work on my feet all day and have plastic custom orthotics that work pretty good, but not so well in snowboard boots.

snowklinger 10-23-2012 07:01 AM

apparently, despite drama and controversy, it looks like they will have a park this year, starting with 5 or 6 features on opening day...!

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Jason 10-23-2012 10:27 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kctahoe (Post 529758)
Im really interested in how those Remind insoles work out for you, i need something to support my flat feet.

I also have really flat feet. My arches hurt so much I had to take off my boots after every run. I picked up a pair of SOLE thin sports. They got rid of 99% of my foot pain.


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