> I've heard good things regarding improved fit and better control with
> the use of custom insoles for ski boots. I'm interested in getting
> fitted for some, but I know nothing about them as far as different
> types, constructions, prices, durability etc. Any info you can give,
> likes or dislikes about specific products would be greatly appreciated.
Insoles are pretty good, but they're not the magic fix for everything. I
got some cork ones in the rear-entries, to stop my heels from
fish-tailing around - boot guy wrapped the stuff around my heels, and it
works very well. I think insoles are probably essential in rear-entries!
If you have any leg or hip problems at all, soles made by a chiropodist
or similar could be extremely beneficial to your skiing, and prevent
injury problems (like the ones I'm desperately trying to fix before
march). Note: the cork insoles are very very hard to dry, unless you
pull 'em out at night! I've been thinking about starting a mushroom farm