Reviewed by bobcat_pass from Montana on Sunday, February 16, 2014
These seem to work pretty well. All is needed is to take the old insole, draw an outline on the new insole,..then trim with heavy scissors or fabric cutter. Then heat in oven at about 220 degrees Fahrenheit for a few minutes, put the new insole in the shoes, put the boots on, and then lace the shoes on tight. If insoles cool off before pressure can be applied, may need to repeat sequence.
The light colored insoles are thinner and not padded, the brown one have padding. I paid $50 for a similar deal from a shoe store, and less than half that from STP.
Reviewed by Zed from Arizona mountains (7000 Ft) on Tuesday, July 23, 2013
I ordered both a 13M and a 14M for different hiking boots. The sizes are very accurate. The insoles are substantial and appear to 'break-in' quickly ... no need to heat them in the oven to speedup the molding. I don't know if it is possible to order 14 and cut it down to 13. It might make a messy cut. They are quite comfortable.