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    Superfeet insoles inside my Lake 303MXZ

    I've got a pair of Lake MXZ303 winter boots and let me say, they are awesome! However, the insole is a thick piece of what is basically insulation that is very soft and doesn't provide very good foot support.

    I've tried a couple of the Specialized insoles and while the fire feels OK, I'm curious about superfeet. They are supposed to be the best at supporting your foot but at $40 per pair, an already expensive boot becomes that much more expensive.

    Does anyone here have any reviews or experience with these?

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    Re: Superfeet insoles inside my Lake 303MXZ

    If a more solid foot bed is what you've after then they might work for you. Be aware that the arches are pretty high and that they will take up a fair amount of volume in your shoes, so they may limit sock choices.
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    Superfeet come in different colors (identify what foot condition they are supposed to deal with) so be sure to get the ones that serve you best. I wear the green, have for 10 years or more now but never in my bike shoes...maybe I should. I do wear them in my everyday shoes, work shoes (military) and hiking shoes all of the time. When I purchase new shoes the footbeds are the first thing to go.
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    I use the Superfeet Black since they are low volume and don't take up much space in the shoe. Of course there is less correction as well.

    I don't think the Superfeet have much insulating value. That may be something to consider if your Lakes have insulated insoles. You may want to keep the originals for those extra cold rides.

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    ive been using the superfeet blues in my specialized 2f0's and they feel great. i wouldnt say superfeet are the best, but do work very well...best would be going and getting custom molded inserts but those are around $300.

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    I use SF green. Flat feet. They work great!
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    I use Sole inserts, the lowest volume one in my cycling shoes. I like having a good amount of arch. The inserts can be popped in oven and then you put in shoes, put on shoes, and stand in them while it sets for your own custom fit.

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