Until I can get to a good bootfitter to have custom ones made, I'd like to get hold of a pair of off-the-shelf footbeds to replace my old ones which have pretty well had it. There's a school of thinking (to which the controversial Mr Harb belongs) which says that the footbeds shouldn't be too rigid, as the ankle needs to be able to articulate within the boot. This makes a lot of sense to me. Does anyone know of any such flexible footbeds which I can get off-the-shelf? I've heard a recommendation for DownUnders, and I'm wondering whether there are any other candidates?
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3/28/05 at 7:00am