|Sidi road shoe insoles replacement||yauk|
Feb 2, 2004 10:05 AM
|mine are pretty worn out, I looked on Sidi's website to see if I can get replacements, but they don't have it. Does anyone have advice on where I can look or do for insole replacements? Thanks|
|Superfeet Blue, at your running store. nm||Spunout|
Feb 2, 2004 10:12 AM
|2nd that. nm||undertrained|
Feb 2, 2004 10:14 AM
|Superfeet Blue, at your running store. nm||toronto-rider|
Feb 2, 2004 12:48 PM
|If you contact Superfeet, they recomend the grey ones for cycling.|
|re: Sidi road shoe insoles replacement||Mike Prince|
Feb 2, 2004 10:24 AM
|Excel used to sell SIDI replacements, not sure if they still do - I remember they were relatively expensive. Personally I went the superfeet route (green) and was very pleased. Much more supportive than the thin pieces of foam SIDI puts in there.
|Do any of them take up extra volume?||WrigleyRoadie|
Feb 2, 2004 12:52 PM
|No jokes about my little feet! I have some extra volume in my shoes I'd like to loose.|
Feb 2, 2004 2:14 PM
|I found that when I went to the superfeet, I had to loosen the middle buckle of my Energy's a bit and re-set the arch (top) strap as the inserts took up quite a bit of volume.
Down around your toes, you won't notice too much difference, but as you move towards the ankle, quite a bit of volume is taken up. Takes a ride or two to get used to the new fit.
Feb 2, 2004 2:35 PM
|...on the Superfeet. I have the green ones in one set and have experienced the same kind of stretch. My other pair has a set of Petersen Power Beds (red) and they fit a little nicer. However, both will provide better support than the original Sidi insoles.|
|re: Sidi road shoe insoles replacement||12x23|
Feb 2, 2004 4:06 PM
|I wear Sidi G3's size 44. I use Dr. Scholls athletic shoe inserts and they take up what my skinny feet lack in filling up the G3's.|| |