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FJ Contour Replacement Insoles

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    I have been a Contour believer since their introduction. The consistent performance, comfort and support of FJ's Contours have put several pair in my golf ready-room. I do like the fit and feel of Project Ms, but need the additional support provided by the Contour series.

    That having been said, I do have one complaint: Where does a person find replacement FootJoy insoles? I walk 36 holes at least once a week and have found that changing out insoles between rounds does wonders for my enjoyment of the afternoon 18.

    Having several pairs of Contours has allowed me to carry a spare set of insoles in my bag, but I would much rather have stock replacements than rely on cannibalizing my primary shoes. I am reluctant to turn to aftermarket brands, but have to this point been unable to locate FootJoy insoles for purchase anywhere.

    Help!

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    We do not sell replacement insoles at retail.  What is your shoe size?

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    Heya Devin, thanks for the response.

    Devin_Gmitter
    We do not sell replacement insoles at retail.

    Well that explains why I was unable to find them lol. My size is 10.5 wide. With eight pairs currently on hand I am able to rotate shoes after play, storing them with trees in and insoles out to allow both to breathe. The insoles are quite good, they just seem to temporarily lose a measure of cushiony comfort after prolonged use.

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    Hi there, I have the same issue, I own two pair of the Sport - 53203 - 53216, and a pair of the Superlite 56732. I have worn out the insoles on all three pair. I have been to several sporting goods stores looking for something that fits with no luck. The rest of the shoe is in great shape. As a matter of fact, I just ordered 5 new pairs. How can I get some new replacement insoles. I would gladly pay for them. FYI, my size is 9 Wide.

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    I remove the insoles from my athletic/golf shoes and use custom orthotic insoles instead. They aren't cheap but they do give me perfect support.   If you are just looking for a replacement you might try a good running store. They tend to stock a host of different insoles that vary by thickness that can be trimmed to fit.  Here's a good article on some options: runblogger.com/.../options-for-flat-replacement-insoles-for-running-shoes-inov-8-and-ortholite-fusion.html