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01-12-2013 05:04 PM
Rockpen Custom is the only way to go. For me anyways.
01-12-2013 01:07 PM
PowderMonkey
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Originally Posted by zeeden View Post
I used SOLE for my burton rulers but since I got Nike ZF1's I don't think I will be replacing the insoles. The Nike's already have decent arch support.
Whether it's walking/running shoes/snowboarding boots ect....A standard arch support is useless. It's much better to design a completely flat bottom for the boot(most boots are like this). That way you can customize as you like wtih insoles. Everybody's foot is shaped differently. I don't like arch support so I don't add anything.
12-22-2012 02:47 AM
mikeinaus Insoles Designed to Improve Your Skiing and Snowboarding From DownUnders Footbeds saw these in a local store today. supposedly super comfortable and all the reviews ive read say they last for many years. there also machine washable. i might give them a try if the game changers dont workout...
12-20-2012 05:58 PM
mitch19
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Originally Posted by mikeinaus View Post
i just ordered mine. they dont have a very large selection on sizes at the moment, but i lucked out with my tiny feet (8). im hoping the skate shoe sizes relate to boot sizes or i might be hooped..
Same as me, it said 8-8.5 so worst case cut a tiny bit off.
12-20-2012 01:10 PM
mikeinaus i just ordered mine. they dont have a very large selection on sizes at the moment, but i lucked out with my tiny feet (8). im hoping the skate shoe sizes relate to boot sizes or i might be hooped...

they have most sizes available for their kingfoam orthotics which are (slightly cheaper) also supposed to be very good, however they are heat modable rather then liquid for the game changers.
12-20-2012 02:51 AM
mitch19
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Originally Posted by mikeinaus View Post
anyone tried game changer insoles? you inject water into them and a gel custom forms to the shape of your foot. they are supposedly made with higher quality materials then other brands and they offer a satisfaction guarantee. i think im gonna order a pair tomorrow.

Footprint Insole Technology
Damn, for $38 shipped with a free pair until the 24th I think I'm going to give them a try too cause my feet fucking hurt
12-20-2012 02:10 AM
mikeinaus anyone tried game changer insoles? you inject water into them and a gel custom forms to the shape of your foot. they are supposedly made with higher quality materials then other brands and they offer a satisfaction guarantee. i think im gonna order a pair tomorrow.

Footprint Insole Technology
12-16-2012 12:14 PM
Extremo
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Originally Posted by Chris View Post
What custom insoles do you recommend ? Also could it be the inner boot shell that is bothering me ?
I'd go check it out at your local boot fitter. Mine has several methods and models to choose from. They heat/vacuum mold them to your foot. Everyone tells me its the best way to go.
12-16-2012 11:38 AM
zeeden
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Originally Posted by jugeen View Post
Kaijus' insole is a POS it doesn't have any arch support
Never knew that. I think for the kaiju if I ever get them I'll step up .5 size and replace then insoles
12-16-2012 11:18 AM
chomps1211
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Originally Posted by StrattonRider View Post
i was just looking at the super feet and the size range is from 9.5-11 and 11.5-13. My boot is an 11. I am not sure if my foot is done growing. would i be able to fit he 11.5 in my boot or can i cut it?
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Originally Posted by Skinny Bam View Post
You can cut it if needed, the shop should do this for you too if they are decent at all...
Take out the original insoles, lay them over the new ones & mark or cut them. The new ones should then fit perfectly!
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