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01-13-2009 08:22 AM
SnoRidr Exactly. I took out the factory insole. The Super Feet insole came one size larger (size 11 instead of 10). The new insole helped to stretch the base of my line some to create some more room. It also keeps my arch in its natural position which also made the boot more comfortable.

Update on Super Feet: I have gone out on 4 occassions for about 3-4 hours each time, and the Super Feet have worked wonders. No complaints about sore feet, or constantly adjusting boot laces, or binding straps. Now my body fatigues faster than my feet. I strongly reccommend picking up any kind of after market insole. And no, I am not a Super Feet dealer.
01-13-2009 05:04 AM
legallyillegal Take the thin fabric stock insole out and put the aftermarket one in.
01-13-2009 12:30 AM
ldanny so did you replace the insole in the boots or did you put them in the liner?
01-12-2009 08:42 AM
Zee The otehr thing that a goodf oot bed does is maintain the arch of the foot, preventing it from elongating and spreading when weighted

I have tried superfeet, they are good, but yoursole.com footbeds are way better

SOLE Custom Footbeds
01-12-2009 08:10 AM
SnoRidr Not exactly. What I was trying to explain is the new insole was slightly larger than the original. It widened out the based of the liner which created a little more room. As I mentioned in the beginning of my thread. It is a situation that probably won't apply to some, but it worked for me. I also agree that I could have got the liner packed out more at a shop, which would have ultimately done the same thing. But, it does prove that factory insoles can cause discomfort.
01-12-2009 01:31 AM
SnoeMan Let me get this straight, boots are too tight so you add insoles?
wouldn't that make it tighter?
01-12-2009 12:08 AM
krazykay5487 I have size 10.5 Burtons and I just bought some Superfeet and the boots are still tight. Good thing I havent cut them yet, I'm going to give it a try
01-12-2009 12:01 AM
krazykay5487 I have size 10.5 Burtons and I just bought some Superfeet and the boots are still tight. Good thing I havent cut them yet, I'm going to give it a try
01-08-2009 08:12 AM
SnoRidr ahhhh... the smell of multiple strangers foot sweat in one enclosed piece of sport equipment. y-u-c-k
01-08-2009 07:38 AM
N~R~G rental boots! ((shudder))
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