The Montrail Enduro Sole and Enduro Sole LP are some comfortable heat mold-able insoles before shelling out a small fortune for custom orthodontics. After all the insoles I tried I feel Remind, Montrail and Shred Soles are better options than their competitor Superfeet. The Montrail Enduro Sole is one of the only insoles that I like that aren’t made specifically for snowboarders.
The Enduro Sole LP which stands for Low Profile is more popular with our crew. If you have a tight fitting boot, which most do, go for the LP but if you have a little room in there you can get some extra cushioning with the regular version. The Endurosole significantly boosts your boots shock absorbent skills over the insole that it came with and isn’t a bad insole for snowboarding.
Here are some good points about Montrail Enduro Sole Insoles for snowboard boots even though they aren’t specifically made for them.
1. Most inserts come in individual sizes IE 7, 8, 9, 10 ect. Most are 7-9, 9- 11 ect.
2. You can heat mold these to fit your foot. Superfeet and most of the competitors cost twice as much for this option.
3. Montrail cut a circular hole in the plastic bottom at the heel to allow the EVA cushioning all the way through to the bottom. The blue circle in the picture is the cushioning we are talking about. This interacts much better with the shock absorption that is all ready built in the heal of all snowboarding boots.
Almost all snowboard boot insoles are low profile so the LP’s are the safest fit but I personally prefer the extra padding in the non low profile inserts the best.
Be very careful if you are going to put these in the oven to heat mold them. I ruined our first pair by leaving them in 30 seconds too long.