I have skied on Superfeet Full Kork footbeds for many years, but my recent injury has changed my anatomy in my right leg enough that I think I should pursue having new custom footbeds built.
The first time around I wasn't really aware of all of the options available in the custom footbed arena. This time I am; along with all the different products available are the host of "issues" (some might say religious battles) over the unweighted, semi-weighted, and fully weighted methods that are used. In researching previous threads the common element is always that the operator building the footbed is the most critical component. However, there are anatomical issues that must be assessed (moveable or non-moveable arch, pronation, etc.) and the right type of footbed selected to ensure a higher degree of success with the end product.
I'm looking for additonal information and recent personal experience with each of the following systems. I have included some info about each that I believe is correct.
Masterfit Instaprint CustomForm Insoles - semi-weight bearing method, posted design
SIDAS Conform'able Full Custom - full weight bearing method, non-posted design
Superfeet Kork - unweighted method, posted design
Surefoot Amfit System - full weighted method, semi-posted design
If there are any other fully custom footbed building systems that I haven't listed then please let me know.
Also, what system does Harb use at his alignment center?