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Boot Fitting Foam Narrowing Pads (pr)

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$6.95
SKU:
SVT 188245

Product Overview

Do you have narrow feet? If so, these pads might be just the ticket. They're designed to narrow the boot in the forefoot area for a more secure fit.

  • Designed to go on the anterior (outside) of your foot.
  • They can be sanded and trimmed as necessary, and are self-adhesive to attach to the outside of your boot liner.
  • 1/8" thick firm foam.
  • Sold as a pair, one left pad and one right pad. Enough for one pair of boots.

Reviews

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  • 5
    Glad these exist!

    Posted by Josh R. on Jan 26, 2020

    I bought these for my snowboarding boots. I have a narrow foot and no company makes boots in a narrow size. I bought 2 sets and placed them on either side of my boot liner. This worked perfectly! My boot is finally snug and side to side movement is greatly reduced. Thanks you for making these!

  • 5
    Works well for my narrow feet

    Posted by Matthew Ormond on Jan 03, 2020

    After using ankle wraps to eliminate heel lift in my snowboard boots, I have also started to use narrowing pads to snug my mid- and forefoot fit so that I have a true performance fit and don't have to crank my laces as much. I wear my boots a size small (foot is a 14 on a brannock and I wear size 13 boots) and have narrow (AA) feet, so locking my foot in not only allows me to get the most direct transfer of input from my foot to my board, but stopping my foot shifting in my boot also helps to lock my foot back into the heel pocket, which minimizes the pressure on the tips of my toes. These narrowing pads have a perfect shape that has needed almost no modification to fit on my liners. The adhesive has survived multiple cycles of removing my liners to dry and reinserting them to ride. The foam is easily sanded to taper the edges. Nobody's ski or snowboard boots fit perfectly out of the box. If you have narrower feet and want to do some DIY boot fitting, a heel wrap and a pair of these narrowing pads is a good place to start.