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12-15-2011 10:36 AM
andy_d I haven't had a chance to use them but I had them done yesterday. There really wasn't anything custom done to the sole in terms of the boot just made sure it fit in. I guess we'll seen when I get other boots and want to try to re use
12-13-2011 09:22 PM
lonerider
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I was told today that I should buy my new boots first before getting custom insoles done as it may not fit properly. I guess it makes sense but I also didn't think I would have to get new ones every time I get new boots (potentially)
Each boot has a slightly different footprint shape... when custom insole is made, it is trimmed to the shape of the that footprint. Usually, if the boots are not completely different sizes/shapes... the insole will fit in the new boot with minimal modification (you might have to trim like a quarter inch off the tip).
12-13-2011 08:00 PM
Toecutter If the new boots are similar to your old boots then the orthotics will probably fit.
12-13-2011 07:11 PM
andy_d
Custom insoles - is it really designed to the boot?

I was told today that I should buy my new boots first before getting custom insoles done as it may not fit properly. I guess it makes sense but I also didn't think I would have to get new ones every time I get new boots (potentially)

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