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|04-12-2016 11:38 PM|
These canted insoles are a dream come true!
Shred Soles are a dream come true especially if you suffer from knee pain. Snowboarding can be hard on your knees, even more so if you have a wider stance. The way the insoles are designed to be tapered/canted inward have been a blessing for my knees. They are very similar to the high end bindings that you see on the market with the canted foot beds, but for a fraction of the price. I am such a fan of the canted design of the insoles that I also have a pair of canted foot bed bindings from Ride. There are several different brands that offer the canted foot bed binding, but Shred Soles are the only insole that I know of that are canted. I feel that the two work well together but if you can only afford one, start with the insoles. Also, If you already own a pair of canted foot bed bindings these are the perfect addition to them. They will work with any bindings but I am a huge fan of the canted bindings. I have used my Shred Soles in several different brands of boots and they work well in each boot. In my opinion, canted is way more comfortable. Your feet are the foundation to your body. Take good care of them.
|11-27-2014 07:31 PM|
Shred Soles Black Friday SALE
Since winter is off to such a strong start - I decided to discount DEEP - for one day... this is by far the biggest sale I've ever had:
35% off the entire product line including new items like Vital Oxide Snowboard Boot Disinfectant, Shred Soles Icy Pocket Tees, Giant Team Stickers and (of course) Shred Soles.
Use Coupon Code:
Sale valid until midnight 11/28/14
Pray for (more) snow.
|10-01-2014 12:39 PM|
Originally Posted by radiomuse210 View Post
|10-01-2014 11:06 AM|
Originally Posted by Shredder13 View Post
PS...if you have any free samples lying around...I keed, I keed (sorta)
|09-29-2014 06:24 PM|
Shred Soles / Limited Time Discount
Shred Soles is running a preseason 10% discount and free shipping specifically for snowboardingforum.com members. Just enter discount code "snowboardingforum" when checking out.
*Free shipping valid in US and Canada only
|01-19-2013 09:40 PM|
|t21||i switched to shredsoles from aline for the past two months and ilike them much better. i do have normal feet so i guess that helps. hope you can find one that fits you well, either get them custom fitted from a foot doc or boot fitter or buy one online and hope for the best.|
|01-19-2013 07:05 PM|
I have very flat feet, and am an over pronator. For most regular shoes, I use Blue superfeets, and finally ended up getting custom orthotics made for my cycling shoes. The Shred soles, while much better than most stock sock liners, didn't have enough structure under the arch and didn't work well for me. Super feets have hard plastic to maintain the shape of their arch, and my custom orthotics are molded plastic. SOLE's also have harder, less flexible material in the arch but it wasn't high enough for me.
A quick test you can do is to wet your feet and then walk on a cement floor. Look back at the wet imprint your feet have left.
If your imprint looks like the far right, than I'd suggest not going with shredsoles.
Great guy, neat company though.
|11-21-2012 05:08 PM|
Originally Posted by Chandler789 View Post
I ditched mine after a few days on the slopes and got customs. Only a little extra cash and the difference is night and day. The customs not only support my arch properly but the forefoot shape is perfectly moulded too. And they are a perfect fit in the liner because they guy tailored them to it.
When you look at the shape of the customs and the shape of the game changers, they are not even close. Which tells you something. Probably better than stock though and might work fine for a different foot shape.
|11-21-2012 12:45 PM|
Originally Posted by david_z View Post
You can see this yourself - while in snowboard stance bend you knees deeply while keeping your heels on the ground. You will notice you will hinge at the ankles and your weight feel pretty even on the soles of your feet.
Then bend your knees while pushes down with your toes (i.e. firing your calf muscle) that effective keeps you ankle from hinging. Sit there for a moment and focus on where you feel your weight. I think you will feel a lot of "pressure" in the middle of your foot where you arch is. Now imagine holding this position for hours of snowboarding... with the added G forces of snowboarding.
Muscle you need to stretch - calf (gastroc, soleus), shin (anterior tibalis), peroneus (kind of on the side) and flexor/extensor digitorum (toe muscles).
Getting a golf ball and roll the bottom of your foot helps as well.
|11-21-2012 12:07 PM|
Thanks for that phone number, I am going to try these first - If they are uncomfortable, I will return them I suppose
I just called Nate and he talked to me for a bit. He offered me free shipping xD
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