Remind Destin Classic 3mm 2023 - 2022 Review by The Good Ride
Remind Destin Classic 3mm Insole Video and Written Review
Here’s a look at the Remind Destin Classic 3mm insoles. These are low profile insoles that offer shock absorption for snowboarding, or other everyday activities.
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I tested these insoles with my Vans Luna and K2 Cosmo snowboard boots.
But I mostly tested them with a pair of converse tennis shoes for everyday use. Since I prefer a bit thicker insole in my snowboard boots, these insoles worked best for me in my street shoes.
Men’s 4-14.5 & Women’s 6-10.5
I tried the size W 7.5 (M 5.5)
I found the sizing to be very accurate. Normally if I use a unisex sizing in insoles, they tend to be a bit too big for my foot and I need to size down or trip the edges of the insole off to fit into my boot. But these fit great.
The Destin Classic Insoles from Remind work well for flat or low arches, but may work well with other arch types too. These worked well for my flat feet. I found the arch of the insole to be in the perfect spot for my foot. Sometimes the arch is too prominent or too long, but these fit just right. The support also wasn’t too aggressive. The arch support was there but it also compressed and moved as my foot moved. This added a lot too the overall comfort of the insole.
These insoles come with a 2 layer construction.
The blue layer adds cushion and also conforms to your foot as you use them.
There is no need for heat molding before use.
The top layer is moisture wicking and also has anti-microbial benefits to keep the insoles fresh and bacteria free.
I don’t have particularly stinky feet, but I did use these consistently throughout the season and they are still smelling fresh after many long days on snow and everyday use.
After using these insoles off and on for a few months throughout the season, I found them to be very comfortable. Because I need a slightly thicker insole in my snowboard boots I mostly used these in my street shoes. I purposefully used them with my Converse shoes so that I could feel how much support and shock absorption they were offering. They got the job done for sure. If you like a low profile insole but still want some kind of support and cushion, these offer both. They don’t have as much shock absorption as other Remind insoles as these are the thinnest insoles they offer. They also broke down a bit faster than the Destin 5mm insoles I tested. But still have a lot of life left in them.
These insoles help with foot fatigue while snowboarding or just everyday activities. I really liked the shape of the arch and how it was supportive without being too firm.
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