Sidas Winter Snow + Insoles

$75.00
Sidas Winter Snow + Insoles, , 600
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A foot bed or insole is the most important piece of ski equipment that you can have. Foot beds improve your balance, and balance is a major part of skiing. All feet need to be in a supported position up on the tripod of your foot between your first, fifth metatarsals, and your heel bone. The entire foundation of doing something athletic starts by getting your foot on your tripod, and when your foot is locked up in the foam, rubber and plastic, you need even more support. An unsupported foot prohibits blood flow, a supported foot promotes the blood to flow easier through your feet to your toes, better blood flow to your toes means having warmer feet, who likes skiing with cold feet. A foot bed will also pull your toes slightly off of the front of the boot, and align your knees better. The Snow+ has the same principles as a custom, but not shaped perfectly for your own foot, but it does fit most foot shapes. If you are looking to improve the comfort of your boots, and give yourself more control over your skis, grab yourself a set of Snow+ Foot Beds today, just remember to remove your stock insoles before you add these.


  • Improve Your Balance
  • More Control Over Your Skis
  • More Toe Room
  • Better Blood Flow= Warmer Feet
  • Always Remove Stock Insoles Before Adding Winter+ Foot Beds

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Model Year 2014 Model Number CSESPSNTEAM02 Product ID 282650
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Q: hi, can these insoles be done at home? or one has to go to a ski shop? Txs m
Asked : Feb 18, 2013
By : olkim, ny
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A: I have heard of people doing the customization themselves and also taking it to a shop, whatever you feel comfortable most with would be your best bet
Answered : Feb 19, 2013
By : Keith, Customer Care
 

 

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