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Full Tilt Insoles
I've heard from a friend that Full tilts need insoles because the liners offer no support. I was wondering if its a good idea tomget some and what type most people get. I tried out a pair from my running shoes last weekend which provide support, but they began to dig into my arch.
full tilts dont necessarily need footbeds because the liners are completely moldable so the bottom of the liner should mold to your foot. but yes, they do not offer much supports. go to your shop and see what they carry. it will most likely be superfeet or sidas
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Have your liners been moulded to your feet yet? You may need to mould them with the insole in place. Just throwing the insole in then trying them on will definitely raise your foot and pinch your arch because the thickness of the insole hasn't been compensated for yet.
All boots including full tilt need some kin of footbed adding. Full tilt need it more then most as the liner does not have a firm base. This means your foot can sink into it in weird ways giving a very bad fit bfootbeds should really always be added at the time of fitting. Sidas are my personal recommendation.
Thanks very much. I'm gunna try one that doesn't change my stance but offers support. They haven't been molded yet and I plan to mold them with the insole.
The footbed wants to realign you into a neutral position, so if this changes your stance its fine. The foot wants to be in a neutral position so that your knee tracks equally with the cuff of the boot.
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