Added insoles for Barricade IVs

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  1. xtremerunnerars

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    Sometimes, when jumproping or doing other impact activities in my barricade 4s, i find that my feet start to hurt. Doing those things in running shoes is out of the question via the nature of the movement, but the cushioning is sort of a problem. Wearing two pairs of socks doesn't solve the problem either...and with 3 I can't fit my feet into the shoes.


    Are there any insoles or inserts that I can put into the shoes? What about the shaping?
     
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  2. courtrage

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    what does that mean? the sof sole athletes plus insoles are on sale at east bay...they are thick rubber and i thought they were pretty decent...
     
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    I didn't know if the shape of the insert would be a different shape than the barricade. To me, running shoes and barricades would have different inserts because of the footprint they leave.

    I don't know much when it comes to customizing shoes or foot care in general outside of the basics, so I'm just kinda asking.
     
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  4. BkK_b0y14

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    i experience the same thing with putting superfeet in them, it killed my feet. its because the barricades already have high support and cushioning so it makes u a little taller, so by adding insoles its like wearing high heels.so i stopped putting them in as i feel they alreayd have great support and cushion.
     
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