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  1. Hey Guys, As some of you may know, I work as a rep for Superfeet. This post is not intended to be SPAM, but I wanted to let the loyal MSH community get a first look at the brand new hockey specific insole we're launching in May - CARBON PRO HOCKEY. Here are some of the features: Up to 11% better acceleration on the ice. The FlyBridge loads and channels energy and absorbs vibration. EVOLyte carbon fiber-reinforced stabilizer cap for weight-defying support Durable Aerolyte foam cushions the foot Heel-to-profile with angles midsole improves energy transfer to the ice The stabilizer cap and contoured foam provide the shape that supports the foot and arch. It's this distinct shape that increases stability, reduces shifting & minimizes hot spots. When reading through a lot of the posts associated with our products and/or foot "issues", pains, discomforts, etc. I noticed a lot of good terminology being tossed into the mix. Of this, I can let you know that some of the most common things our products help with include Plantar Faciitis, bone/heel spurs, bunions, calluses, and Haglund's deformity. These will be sized in the same lettering system that we currently use with Yellow and our other products. Don't hesitate to reach out with any questions on the thread or in messages!
  2. Hi all, I'm looking to hear from those who have experience dealing with leg length discrepancies, over-supination, and over-pronation in relation to hockey skate fitting. My left foot over-pronates to the point were my left foot is almost situated at an angle that can shave ice (whereas my right is neutral, think / versus |). It's so bad that my boot made a bump (bone spur?) where the top of the boot digs into my bone (this not an issue now that I always wear a bunga gel pad). I haven't had my legs evaluated in a while but I believe I'm also bow-legged and my left leg is a good deal longer than the my right (I assume that would explain the over-pronation in the left foot). My legs have always been this way (regardless of skate or footbed used). I've played hockey my entire life, so it's not a weak ankle issue. I currently wear a Bauer One95 with superfeet inserts. I ski and it's quite common in that industry to use heel wedges, lifts, custom footbeds to correct these issues but I haven't come across a hockey shop that did that sort of customization. I've found pictures online where rubber pads were inserted between the holder and boot to create a lift--I'm assuming for a leg length discrepancy--here is an example (these are not my skates): http://i.imgur.com/vGFW5wq.jpg I'm just looking to hear from those who have dealt with these issues. It's been around so long I figured it was time to address it. I'm tempted to purchases some heel wedges ($10) and throw them in my left boot, but I thought I'd then have to had some sort of lift into the right boot to account for the increased leg length discrepancy.
  3. Hi there, I was wondering if anybody had any advice on what hockey skates to get. I was bought a pair of bauer vapor elites for christmas this year and they've been a nightmare. Every time I wear them my right foot pronates to such an extent that it makes it impossible to skate. Heres a photo showing the over pronation in my right leg: http://i57.tinypic.com/156p9h1.jpg At first I thought the boots were broke or aligned wrong. Then after reading up about vapor elites I thought it may be because they are not strong enough for my height and weight (6ft - 13 stone) being that they are only entry level boots. I then tried on some more expensive boots (bauer x40's, reebok 9k pump etc) at my local skate shop and my right foot still leans inwards pretty bad. I then tried insoles thinking that perhaps I was flat footed but they didnt help at all. The guy at my local skate shop told me to get my foot prints measured at my local sport store to see what my arches are like and it seems that my left foot has a super high arch and my right slightly less. However my right foot is definitely not flat (As you can see in the pic) so I find it strange that I am pronating so much. Could this be the route of my problems? Has anyone else experienced anything similar to me? Heres a photo of my foot/arch measurements: http://i61.tinypic.com/33ttgma.jpg The weirdest part about it is that my right foot barely pronates when I skate with the cheap, blue, plastic rental skates most ice rinks hire out... Any help would be appreciated!
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