« Last post by Leif on Today at 01:32:19 AM »
I had Superfeet, but claimed my money back as they did not work out. They lifted my heels up, which ruined the fit of the skate. It also felt as if the arch support was in the wrong place for my feet. In the case of my skates, I do need thin insoles as they generally fit well. That is an interesting idea about using insoles as space fillers, perhaps like a sock. I assume your carpet pad is what we (UK) call underlay, which goes under the carpet. I have some pads that go in the toe of the skate, at the top, to fill the void. They do help. They are self adhesive, though the skate in that area is hard plastic, so receptive to glues. I can imagine a sock like pad would help. From what I have seen, figure skates are closer fitting in the toes, presumably because they are not designed to withstand impacts from pucks and other skates. Are some heat moldable?