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Offline Sk8Dreams

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Fixed the Last Problem With Edea Boots
« on: November 20, 2011, 12:08:23 AM »
I have almost no padding on the balls of my feet, and even an hour in my Edea boots was painful.  I often have to wear them for 3 or more hours, when I'm working.  I had replaced the insole with the yellow SuperFeet orthotics, and they are even harder!  So, last night I got the bright idea to see if the insoles from my last pair of Klingbeils would fit in the Edeas.  When I pulled them out, I was amazed at how well cushioned they are.  They do fit, and they did the trick.  Not only was 3 hours bearable today, but my feet are not burning with neuropathy tonight, so the hard soles must have been provoking it.  I may try to glue padding onto the bottoms of the SuperFeet, because that arch works better for my right foot than the Klingbeils.
My glass is half full :)