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Pain in left foot

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
I have in my left foot when skiing. Originally boots felt fine but injured my foot running and now have pain. My ski boots have only been used on 3 occasions. I am thinking ill get boots adjusted and may go for custom insoles. I use carv insoles to track ski performance at the moment. Will this affect any custom insole if I get some?
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Sorry to hear about the pain. Carv goes under the liner as you know, so we don't see any real issues with insoles (I personally ski with insoles as well).
If you have a very stiff bridge under the arch of the insole there is a small chance your insole might leave a deadspot on the sensors where your foot's pressure isn't translated to the sensor, but most of our reading comes from the heel and metatarsals (toe joints) so it doesn't impact the data or the advice.

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