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Boot insert modification foam

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I posted this under gear before I saw a boot category. Thought I might get some more educated eyes-on in this category. I need to modify my boot inserts to relieve pressure off a couple of points on my ankle bones. My legs are thin and need more volume in general to take the pressure off the protruding bones. Does anyone know where to get the sticky sided dense foam used to modify inserts?
post #2 of 7
There were good responses to your inquiry in the other thread!

Since you are in Florida you could round up some neoprene and contact cement and have at it! Layering where you need.
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http://forums.epicski.com/showthread.php?t=75832

I think that you have had this answered?

unless you have a new question....
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Have you tried your friendly neighborhood ski shop?
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Originally Posted by bud heishman View Post
There were good responses to your inquiry in the other thread!

Since you are in Florida you could round up some neoprene and contact cement and have at it! Layering where you need.
Thanks. Will give it a shot since nobody knows who manufactures the stuff shops use, and I can't get to a ski shop without an airline flight or an overnight trip.
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Originally Posted by screamindoggies View Post
Have you tried your friendly neighborhood ski shop?
Thanks but we don't have any in this part of Florida.
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the mail is answered

Thanks all for your suggestions. Have ordered from a website with all kinds of boot mod stuff, as well as a boot fitter who offered to send me some foam.
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