Features the widest and deepest heel cup that offers maximum support and positions the soft tissue to help with natural shock absorption.
Foot-friendly top layer for long-lasting cushion & comfort.
Top cover treated with Outlast® Adaptive Comfort® to absorb, store and release warmth.
Open cell thermal layer traps warmth and adds protection against the cold.
A light-but-durable insulating foil deflects cold away from the forefoot.
All natural coating that eliminates odor-causing bacteria.
The base of the insole that supports the rear foot and provides structure and stability to the foam layer.
I have had the RedHot insoles for many years and they have been a huge support (PUN intended) over the years ! They are durable and I would recommend these for any cold-weather activity.Show More Show Less
Thank you superfeet! Problem solved. I was having a ton of foot pain when snowboarding in my Burton Ion boots. I love the boots and there stiffness but my foot pain had me thinking it was time to switch boots. I had toe pain, cold feet, heel pain etc. I would try to tighten my boots which usually lead to even more pain. I decided to try redhot insoles before I gave up on my boots. I trimmed my insoles and dropped them in. I spent about 4 hours riding at Copper Mt with no more pain and only a little bit of cold feet on the very last run(cold day 15 degrees). No break in needed, I didn't need to tie my boots so tight anymore, and my feet stopped moving in my boots. Redhots are a game changer for me!Show More Show Less