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Great support with minimal break in time
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
These will take time for those that are flat footed, but for those that have a medium to high arch this is the ticket. Very comfortable and really hold up under any condition!
Great once broken in.
- Gender: Female
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
The insoles work great. Though it took almost a week for my feet to adjust to them. After a week it didn't hurt to walk long distances or work out. There was also a significant decrease of pain in my knees and lower back.
After just a few days in new shoes with the Enduro footbed upgrade, it's like a custom shoe. I love these. A must-get with a set of new shoes. Also, FYI, the Backcountry sizing chart for these is spot on.
Footbeds are often the most overlooked part of any outdoor outing and often one of the most important. Your feet take you everywhere, why compromise with bad foot support? Most manufacturers provide the simplest or cheapest footbed in their shoes expecting most high end user to replace them with something more appropriate. Did you purchase those $350.00 boots and your feet still hurt, well maybe your footbed is to blame, not the boot itself. Replace those cheap inserts with something more suited for carrying your weight and provide needed support. These are an excellent example of a great footbed at a great price and they are custom moldable!
Is the W7 the same size as a standard...
Is the W7 the same size as a standard women's size 7 for shoes?
That is the idea. You may end up cutting a bit to make them fit the shape of your shoes, but a 7 should fit in a 7.
Best In Class
Simply the best over the counter arch support / orthotic I've ever used. Been using these since Montrail first came out with them probably over a decade ago; not much has changed. Can't beat the price and comfort IMHO. The thermo-moldable sole isn't just a gimick it really works; just pop them in the oven for a couple of minutes and it makes the footbed very soft, simply stick them in your shoe and step into them allowing the footbed to conform to your foot shape and depth. OR don't bother with the oven customization and just let the adjustment happen simply by wearing them in you shoe; was what my wife always does and it works the same.
Wasatch Speed Goat Mountain Racing Team
do these have enough cushion for hiking...
do these have enough cushion for hiking boots? my boots are tight in height so i need the lower profile.
Matt. Both the LP's and the regular Enduro Soles will have enough cushion for hiking boots and are used in a variety of footwear from casual shoes, to hiking boots, to ski boots. They provide a huge upgrade for just about any footwear. Enjoy!
I'm starting to run again and wear Brooks...
I'm starting to run again and wear Brooks Beast with plastic orthotics. Which would be better the Montrail Enduro Sole or the Montrail Enduro Sole LP?
I'm running a 1/2 marthon in June after 13 years out of running so I want to get thru the training and make it thru the run without injury.
Ron. Are you planning on wearing your Brooks, your orthotics, and a Montrail Enduro Sole at once? If so, I would recommend using your orthotic with the basic insole the shoe comes with and not doubling up with an Enduro-Sole as well. This would be overkill. Keep it simple. But, if you want to try it and see how they feel... I would get the regular Enduro-Sole and not the Enduro-Sole LP (low profile.) If you do end up getting the Enduro-Sole... pull out your orthotic and the standard insole and try the Enduro-Sole by themselves. I am not suggesting they are orthotics but they do provide a lot of support and in combination with the Beast may be all you need to attain that injury free neutral gait we are all searching for! I would even suggest taking your shoes, orthotic, and enduro-sole to a running store with a treadmill and video camera and see which combination gives you the best results. I hope this info helps!
ALL NEW BOOTS SHOULD COME WITH THESE
These absolutely rock! If you looking for good insoles look no further. Pop them in the oven for a couple of minutes toss them in your shoes and instant custom fit shoes. I have used these or SOLE brand for a couple of years and my feet have never been happier. I purchase these at the same time I buy new shoes.
One piece of advice when you mold the insoles do them one at a time and make sure the laces are loose and the tongue is pulled completely out of the way. The insole get a little bit floppy when heated and can be a P.I.T.A. to get in the shoe. Tighten laces and walk around for a little bit. Just in case you are wondering I have never found the insoles to be too hot to stand on when coming out of the oven after only two minutes, actually feels kinda nice.
Why is it if you buy 300 dollar boots they have 2 dollar insoles? Why not just include a good insole?