Sometimes pre-cut boot fitting pads don't do exactly what you need. We offer this 1/8" thick self-adhesive foam in a large sheet that you can cut with scissors to any desired shape.
- Firm material.
- Material can be sanded to blend transition if desired.
- It has a pressure-sensitive, self-adhesive coating on one side.
- 10" x 10" (25cm x 25cm) squares.
- 1/8" Thick.
- Sold each.
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I purchased the butterfly shaped boot fitting foam, which worked great to fix the ankle space created after breaking in my Adidas boots. The reason for the butterfly was the wrap around foam on the heel, as with the adidas boots there is no padding so it caused significant achilles pain. I then used this to create custom C to add further grip on around the sides, and no more heel lift!
These blanks are great for DIY bootfitting. I have used them to make narrowing pads for a few pairs of boots, and the foam is durable and easy to work with. The adhesive has not failed.
Used a fair amount of this stuff over the years and always please with the result.
this to replenish previous stock, appears as expected.
Exactly as advertised: can be sanded to a thin taper, sticks to plastic shell and can be layered for precise fit. Must have for any serious skier/ XC skier.
This foam can be cut easily into any shape that you need. It is dense enough to make a difference in how boots fit, but soft enough to be comfortable. Adheres well to all surfaces.
I'm very disappointed by the quality of the current version. They are thinner, less firm, and have very poor adhesion compared to the foam sheets I've bought from Tognar in the past. I still have a bit of the old version left and was able to compare them directly. Will not buy again and cannot recommend.
I use these in my shoes, rollerblades and ski boots. Versatile product and the adhesive works for a long time.
Good quality foam in a good general purpose thickness for fine tuning boot fit. Easy to work with. Adhesive sticks well.
Typically when using this for custom work, I'll apply the custom foam shape to the liner and then apply a layer of fabric tape (ie: duct/duck tape, gorilla tape) over the shape (such that the taped area is at least 3/4" wider than the foam shape). Protects the foam from wear & assure it won't ever dislodge.