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Insoles

I'm about to buy some insoles for my boots.

I have flat feet and was lookin for a little more comfort and support.
A lot of choices and choices within choices so I just wanted to get some input.

From what I've seen Superfeet is the most popular company. Or which company do you like? Custom or cut to size?
Are custom shop cut and molded beds worth the big price tag.
Will you get more edge control with some of these stiffer custom beds and can you hike comfortably in the stiff beds that claim to give you more edge control.

Any way please let me know what you've had success with.
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I like my Reminds, need a couple more pairs, been wearing these Medics for a few months already, they're great. Also have flat feet, will probably be going to full orthos soon, gettin older and my feet are just fucked.

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I like my Reminds, need a couple more pairs, been wearing these Medics for a few months already, they're great. Also have flat feet, will probably be going to full orthos soon, gettin older and my feet are just fucked.
I'll have to look into those brands
I have expensive custom mold full ortho's for my shoes but they are unfortunately the hard plastic type and I have been told those type don't work in ski/board boots very well. So I thought I'd try the next best thing.
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Sole EVs are what i use. superfeet are worthless for my feet. shredsoles is another company
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I have found Cadence insoles to work best for me. I have used every insole on the market and they seem to have the best combination of support and cushion out there. You can trim the toe if needed but I didn't have to. I'm an 11 and the size 11/12 worked great for me. They make my shoes and boots fit much better, much more of a custom fit feel. Cadence10 is a coupon code I used on their website for a discount. Definitely worth a try! Good luck.
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Sole EVs are what i use. superfeet are worthless for my feet. shredsoles is another company
Superfeet are cool ... if you like insoles that feel like concrete.

I stepped on some Sole EV's at REI. I need to go get a pair. They feel like you're stepping on tits ... natural ones.

Remind Cush is another one I've been eyeing.
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I have found Cadence insoles to work best for me. I have used every insole on the market and they seem to have the best combination of support and cushion out there. You can trim the toe if needed but I didn't have to. I'm an 11 and the size 11/12 worked great for me. They make my shoes and boots fit much better, much more of a custom fit feel. Cadence10 is a coupon code I used on their website for a discount. Definitely worth a try! Good luck.
These say they are all in one high arch insole, I have flat feet
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Superfeet are cool ... if you like insoles that feel like concrete.

I stepped on some Sole EV's at REI. I need to go get a pair. They feel like you're stepping on tits ... natural ones.

Remind Cush is another one I've been eyeing.
I will definitely have to look at the Sole's, Thanks for the info.
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Superfeet are cool ... if you like insoles that feel like concrete.

I stepped on some Sole EV's at REI. I need to go get a pair. They feel like you're stepping on tits ... natural ones.

Remind Cush is another one I've been eyeing.
I looked at the sole's but couldn't find "EV" which model is this
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