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Postby jax » Thursday 14 December 2017, 8:38

Hi
Any suggestions about a good footbed, thin that supports plantar arch?

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Re: Footbeds

Postby Aracan » Thursday 14 December 2017, 9:19

I used a Bootdoc footbed meant for skiing (non-customized) for a long time with good results.
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Re: Footbeds

Postby jax » Thursday 14 December 2017, 9:25

Which model?

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Re: Footbeds

Postby nils » Thursday 14 December 2017, 9:28

Have you tried fibered resin ones by Sidas? I had a pair that they heat under your feet and become rigid, supporting the arch pretty good!
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this kind:
https://www.sidassport.com/fr/produits/ ... mfort.html
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Re: Footbeds

Postby jax » Thursday 14 December 2017, 9:49

nils wrote:Have you tried fibered resin ones by Sidas? I had a pair that they heat under your feet and become rigid, supporting the arch pretty good!
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this kind:
https://www.sidassport.com/fr/produits/ ... mfort.html

Yes, I have them but they are too stiff for me and on ice I feel pain.
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Re: Footbeds

Postby nils » Thursday 14 December 2017, 11:47

Maybe try the soft versions..i mean non rigid.. they seem to have some with arches too
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Re: Footbeds

Postby Hans » Wednesday 27 December 2017, 20:36

Just go to a good shop where they can do footbeds which they correct with cork. And/Or where they can digitally read your feet so they can see what is needed.
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