Closeouts. For lower-volume arches and footwear, Montrail's Enduro-Sole footbeds use heat to permanently mold to the precise contours of your foot, thereby distributing even pressure and reducing fatigue and soreness.
Reviewed by Picking gifts for the wife... from Pennsylvania on Sunday, April 07, 2013
These do work as advertised, in that after heating in an oven at 225 degrees, they conform quickly to the shape of your foot. Having said that, they do not seem to offer any more or better protection than average drugstore grade gel inserts, that also conform to your foot, then just spring back when you take the shoe off. They run slightly small. A size 14 fit my size 13 shoe without trimming. So, while I have no complaint about the product, they cost about twice what I normally pay for athletic gel inserts, which last about six months before I replace them. One word of caution - the rubber on these has a very strong odor and they stunk up the kitchen pretty well during the heating process. They smell highly synthetic and if you are sensitive ( I am not, wife is) prepare to be lectured about the toxic fumes. Just a heads up. I've smelled worse, but these do have a strong stink. So, they work OK, if you like the self-molding gimmick.
Reviewed by Bike Payne from Mulvane, KS on Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Unlike other shoe inserts, you actually mold these to your feet by heating them up in an oven, placing them in your shoes, and then standing in your shoes to mold the heated insert to your foot. This creates a perfect, customized fit.