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01-22-2014 12:45 PM
ThisIsSnow you can try the usual sites like dogfunk/backcountry for remind insoles too - Remind's webstore has a rather high free shipping threshold for what they carry, and paying $7 to ship a pair of insoles is ridiculous.
01-22-2014 08:33 AM
larrytbull i have both the cush and the medic. One thing to note, on some of my wide shoes the toe is not wide enough on the insole and you may do better to go to the next size up and trim. they fit my snowboard boots fine, since they are not true wides
01-22-2014 03:23 AM
ridinbend I shopped around last week lookin at super feet and pulled the trigger on the remind medics bigfoot. I have a wide 11.5 with high arches. The insoles came today and matched both the insoles of my malamute boots and my saucony jazz insoles. Tonight I have been wearing them at work and have noticed a significant difference in comfort standing, lack of pain in my lower back and overall comfort when walking around. I bought the 11.5-12.5 and there did not appear to be any sizing issues. They fit flush in both my shoes and my boots. In 6 hours I am extremely pleased.
01-22-2014 01:39 AM
Triple8Sol
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I'm trying to decide whether to go with Medics or Remedy but don't know what the differences are.
I'm wondering the same thing...
01-20-2014 05:00 AM
STR8SHOOTR
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How does sizing work? I have a package coming in from the U.S and I'm thinking about having a set of reminds thrown in. My foot size is 13, but my Ride boots are 12. Would the 12-12.5 work, or the 13-13.5. I want to imagine that they are trimmable, but my imagination can be a bit off sometimes.
I'm thinking get the one that matches your foot size and trim it. This way your foot arch should line up with the arch on the insole. Then trim the new insole to match the old insole.
01-20-2014 01:36 AM
ViciousVend3tta you should order according to your boot's size.
01-20-2014 01:28 AM
Tatanka Head How does sizing work? I have a package coming in from the U.S and I'm thinking about having a set of reminds thrown in. My foot size is 13, but my Ride boots are 12. Would the 12-12.5 work, or the 13-13.5. I want to imagine that they are trimmable, but my imagination can be a bit off sometimes.
01-19-2014 09:11 AM
ViciousVend3tta has anyone try the Remind Remedy insoles? I tried cush but wasn't supportive enough for me so return it. I'm trying to decide whether to go with Medics or Remedy but don't know what the differences are.
01-18-2014 06:20 PM
hardasacatshead I use remind medics. They've got a bit more arch support than the cushes. I put them in because my boots started to pack out and I wasn't getting the support I was used to. They caused me a little pain when I first used then but one my feet adjusted it felt amazing. We'll worth the dosh but only if your chasing some more support out of your boots IMO.
01-18-2014 05:42 PM
STR8SHOOTR I never tried Reminds. I just switch out my stock insoles to Superfeet Green (wide). They fit my wide ass foot so much better than the old narrow footbed, especially the arch. So glad I spent the $40.
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