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    Good morning Salonistas!

    I currently own one pair of custom made orthotics. They do the trick but are so bulky they don't fit well in 90% of my shoes. I've been trying off the rack options and have found one set that offer minimal relief and fit ok. Most i've found offer little arch support.

    The customs were $400, iirc. I don't mind the cost, as long as they fit in my shoes, which these do not...

    Please point me in the direction of some relatively thin, full sole, orthotics. If i return to the foot doc i'll get an rx for stretches and a new pair of orthotics, that still won't fit.

    plantar fasciitis...the struggle is real.
     

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    Don Lamson, formerly of D2 Shoe, is back building cycling shoes, and he can make insoles for cycling shoes and other footwear. I use custom insoles from old cycling shoes in my everyday shoes and they work great. https://lamsoncycling.com/.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by djg21 View Post
    Don Lamson, formerly of D2 Shoe, is back building cycling shoes, and he can make insoles for cycling shoes and other footwear. I use custom insoles from old cycling shoes in my everyday shoes and they work great. https://lamsoncycling.com/.
    I have had some requests for orthotics... - Lamson Cycle Shoes | Facebook
     

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    Thanks Don!
     

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    Iím not Don! I count him as a friend, love his shoes, and have been using his insoles in my ski boots since his days at Bootlab of Vail. You wonít go wrong. Call Don at his shop.
     

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    Get bigger shoes. Seriously. Do NOT throw $$$ at anything that's too tight, even if that's what the podiatrist (and his lab) want you to do.
    Evan Marks

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