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Footbeds: Superfeet Cork-Vac, Instaprint, and Conformable... which is the best?

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What are the advantages/disadvantages to each of these footbeds?

 

What do most epic members like of these for their boots?

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From a boot fitters point of view.... I carry both superfeet custom and instaprint both are great for the right feet (and the left ones too:D). Different people require different levels of support depending on the flexibility of their feet, personally I find the superfeet product works best for a more flexible foot instaprint works for this too but is better than the superfeet for a high arched cavus foot

For me it is having the choice for my clients, but to be honest it is more about the guy making them than the product itself, the more you make of something the better you should get at making it (you would hope) I know what I can do with each product, and so long as your boot fitter does too then there is no real problem

Between the products instaprint and conformable the products are very similar, the way of producing then is different semi weight bearing against weight bearing (if going by how the manufacturer recommends) ie some people make conformable semi weight bearing. The superfeet product is made non weight bearing in a vacuum so a different method again
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