/ Insoles sliding around in trainers.

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davidbeynon - on 25 Jul 2014
I picked up a pair of "Scarpa Zen Pro" trainers to use as approach shoes and general light walking shoes.

They seem pretty good generally but I have noticed the insoles slide around a bit inside the shoe, especially when going down hill. So far I have managed to avoid creasing them, but it's only a matter of time before they get knackered.

Are there any easy ways of stopping this from happening without changing the fit of the shoe? I would like to be able to remove them for drying etc. so simply glueing them in isn' that attractive.

steelbru - on 26 Jul 2014
In reply to davidbeynon:

I had this with a pair of Salomon running shoes.
Changed the insole to a stiffer one from an old pair of Nikes, volume was the same, just a stiffer material
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davidbeynon - on 27 Jul 2014
In reply to steelbru:

I'll see if I can find anything suitable. Thanks.

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