These unique footbeds are designed to self-mold to your foot shape, the longer you wear them, the better they fit!
- We offer the BO1 (blue) version that is designed for edging sports (like skiing & boarding).
- Varying density foam under the forefoot create greater comfort and a solid platform for turn initiation.
- Deep heel cup securely cradles the heel and helps absorb shock.
- Proprietary Active Arch helps keep the foot neutrally aligned and centered.
- Topped with a moisture wicking hypo-allergenic material that does not absorb odors.
- If needed, simply trim to fit using current insoles as a guide.
- Mens sizes listed, women please choose one size down (for example, if you wear a womens size 7 order a 6).
- Sold as a pair.
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Ordered the size 10 for my 27.5 Lange boots, fit nicely in the liner with minimal trimming required. So far, I've put in 6 hours of skiing on these and I'm very pleased with the level of support they provide. They take up more volume than my previous footbeds (Sidas) which helps with the overall fit of the boots. Obviously everyone had different feet so I'll just say if you require a normal level of arch support, these are worth a shot. IMO, the DownUnders are superior to the Sidas and SOLE footbeds I've tried.
One note and this is not necessarily a negative, but the material on the top of the footbed doesn't provide a nice sliding surface against your typical thin wool ski sock. This could make it more difficult for some to get their boots on and off. On the flip side, this does keep the foot in place on top of the footbed. Perhaps this will break in a little over time.
The Downunder footbeds required the slightest amount of trimming to fit in my ski boot. I've worn them about ten times since getting them and find them to be most comfortable and supportive. They replaced my custom orthotics which were beginning to cause pain in my feet. I only gave them 4 stars as I can't vouch yet for durability but otherwise these footbeds are a top notch product.
I like those footbeds. This is my second set. I bought my first set for hard shell snowboarding boots and I added second for my soft boots. It feels much better than OEM footbeds or some over the counter athletic footbeds.
Great support and totally lives up to what was advertised. These Downunder footbeds were easy to fit to my ski boots and they are very comfortable and functional. Couldn't be happier with the product.
Didn't give it a Five Star because I haven't tried ALL the footbeds out there. But I do like them more than my Superfeet.
I've used all the top-quality brands of sports footbeds, and the Downunders are the best of all. They provide excellent support, conform well to foot shape, and are easy to trim. The blue footbeds are especially well-suited for use in ski boots, providing firm, stable support both on hard snow and in powder.
These footbeds worked great for me. My foot will start to cramp up at the ball of the foot on the second day of skiing. With these footbeds this didn't happen. They also kept my feet warmer longer than my old footbeds. Very pleased with them.
These footbeds are exactly what I was looking for. I somehow lost one of my inserts for my Ski Boots, and didnt think that I could find any inserts that would equal the ones that came with my boots from the factory, but BOY, was I WRONG. The Downunders are 10 fold better that the factory inserts.They mold to my feet better, and make wearing my boots for more than 7-10 hours less fatiguing that the supports that came with them from the factory. I rate these footbeds as a 10 on a 1-10, with 10 being the best and 1 being the worst. "Excellent in everyway"
I put these in skate ski boots after trying a bunch of other ones that all raised my heel too much, causing me to lean back, putting most of my push into my toes. I have narrow, pronating feet with high arches and the Downunders match my foot profile perfectly. The arch portion takes up all the room under the inner part of my foot and distributes my weight very evenly. All the other types of super duper insoles I tried had nothing like the arch support these do, even though they were supposed to. For the first week or so as my feet were getting used to being evenly supported, they hurt badly and cramped periodically, but now, I can ski faster, my balance is better, overall form is improved and I can feel my heel pushing for the first time. In fact, overall feel of my skis is vastly better and it's easy to tell if I'm pushing at the right angle or not. I was also able to reduce the canting adjustment on my boots, since pronation is not a big issue anymore because Downunders rotated my feet outward enough that they are now almost flat, instead of being tilted inward. Maybe it's just me and my weird feet, but the Downunders truthfully made a huge difference in my skiing, making it more fun, too.