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Graf Concept 3D Hockey Skate Footbeds

Graf Concept 3D Hockey Skate Footbeds

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Ready to Fit Footbed is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 11.
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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Compatible with all brands of ice skates
  • Used in normal to high volume footwear-for all activities
  • For people looking for more stability in their feet
  • Increased stability = Improved play... but you'll never know until you try

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Designed exclusively by Sidas Technologies, these are the next generation of footbeds.  Hockey specific, the Concept 3D footbeds feature a 3D mold that when aided by the nylon shell, provide ample support to maintain and improve your arches and increase your stability.

  • Can be used in all brands of ice skates
  • Sidas Concept 3D Shape supports your foot underneath & around
  • Ultralight construction with EVA foam & MerrymeshR provides comfort & climate control
  • Dynamic Nylon Shell increases stability, supports, and guides your foot
  • Arch Flex Control with Sidas' patent that mechanically adapts to the insole of the foot
  • Can also be used in normal to high volume footwear-for all activities
  • For people looking for more stability in their feet
  • Increased stability = Improved play... but you'll never know until you try

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SIZE CHART

Graf Concept 3D Footbed
Size X - Small Small Medium Large X - Large XX - Large
Skate Size
3 - 4 5 - 6 7 - 8 9 - 10 11 - 12 13 - 14

Use this chart as a general guide

 

RATINGS & REVIEWS

Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Replacement
Date published: 2015-06-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from work for me Put these in my Reebok 12K's. Big improvement over the originals. Seem like they're made well. I have pretty wide foot (borderline Wide but not) with a normal arch. Had em' about 8 mo.'s and they seem just fine & they were a more reasonable price.
Date published: 2014-02-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Best fit for my foot I tried both the Superfeet and the Graf footbeds, and in the end the Graf's just felt better. The Superfeet had what felt like really high arches, and the Graf arch is lower and fit my foot a lot better. These work really well inside my Bauer Elite goal skates.
Date published: 2013-11-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Felt like standing on a ledge Bought these back when I was breaking in my old Reebok skates to alleviate some foot pain. These just made it worse. The whole time it felt like I was standing on a circular bar in the middle of my foot and my balance was way off because of that. Because of compensating for the pain and balance, these hindered my skating. I gave them a week and a half to see if it was just me being hypersensitive or something, but it never got any better. I wouldn't recommend these for people with low arches.
Date published: 2012-11-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Fixed one issue, but created another. Was having an issue with my Bauer One60 Goalie skates where they always felt loose on my feet. I inserted these into the skate and noticed a few items: 1) the size 9-10 is actually a 9.5 size. Their is room to trim the footbed down to fit your skate, but when your skate size is a size 10, they are already 0.5" too short. 2) the initial wear/use, they actually hurt my feet. The curve in the footbed is so steep/large that they actually hurt the bottom of my feet. The longer I wore them the less this was an issue, either because I got use to the steeper curve or I started breaking in the footbed's. Perhaps a combination of both. During the 2nd usage they did feel more comfortable and solved my skate looseness issue. 3) now my ankles hurt as a result. Related? My personal experience was 50/50, but I would recommend them to someone to give a try.
Date published: 2011-11-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great call The Graf footbeds are superior to anything on the market today. I tried the Superfeet as they have the 90 day return policy and glad I started with them to finish with Graf. I can honestly say that these beds offer just enough support but most importantly, they cup your heel unlike the others. These footbeds have finally made a pair of skates for a flat footed guy the most comfortable that I've ever owned in 20+ years!
Date published: 2011-10-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not sure if I'm convinced All I see id raving reviews. After I bought them I took out my reebok 9k beds and put these in. And I think I like the original beds better. Looking at them I can tell they are made well sturdy and supportive. But when i wear them I get numbness and pain. Maybe it was because they were new skate? Maybe when the stock beds deteriorate I will put the graf beds in. Whats frustrating was in the store I tried them and they felt like clouds surrounding my feat. And had great support. So Who knows they could be awesome for you, they just so far are not for me.
Date published: 2011-09-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Give a little life to my old skates I've been thinking about replacing my old Easton skates but I just can't justify spending the cash right now so I thought new foot beds might help. Based on the reviews I went with the Grafs and it was the right decission. My skates are definatley more comfortable and the arch is higher than the original foot beds which I like. Just take your time cutting them to size. With the Graf footbeds I should get an extra season or two out of my skates.
Date published: 2011-08-13
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PRODUCT Q & A

Can you heat mold these?

Asked by: Anonymous
No
Answered by: Jkwall35
Date published: 2015-06-23

What size should I order for a size 6.5 Graf skate?

Asked by: Heipfam
You would looking at a small. Sizing (in skate size): Small (5-6) Medium (7-8) Large (9-10) X Large (11-12)
Answered by: MikeM
Date published: 2013-12-23

will the xxl fit my size 13 skate?

Asked by: Anonymous
According to the sizing chart the XL fits up to a size 12. So an XXL should fit ion a 13 with no problems.
Answered by: Nathan
Date published: 2013-02-11

What size footbed should I purchase for a 7.5 wide graf skate?

Asked by: Anonymous
With the Graf Footbeds, the length of the skate is the most important aspect in purchasing the footbed. Regardless of the width, you will want to get the footbed that matches up with the length of the skate. For a 7.5W skate, you will want to go with a size medium footbed.
Answered by: Jlynch
Date published: 2013-02-01

Size for 8.5 skate?

What size Graf Concept 3D Footbed should I try with a size 8.5 skate? The Graf sizing chart doesn't cover some half sizes: Sizing (in skate size): Small (5-6) Medium (7-8) Large (9-10) X Large (11-12) I have looked at the Medium but it is about 2mm short of completely filling the boot.
Asked by: Anonymous
Your best bet is to get the large size and trim the foot bed down to ensure a proper fit.
Answered by: Jlynch
Date published: 2011-12-13

Are these footbeds good for skaters with flat feet?

Do they provide enough support?
Asked by: ab16
These footbeds are superior to any other on the market. I have tremendously flat feet and they have helped me more than any other equiptment purchase I have made!
Answered by: socko
Date published: 2011-10-11

My feet pronate in ward, would graf 3D support work like orthodics do

Asked by: Anonymous
I am unsure if they will correct like your orthodics but I can say the I pronate and have severly flat feet and these beds have helped me tremendously.
Answered by: socko
Date published: 2011-10-11

What size do you recommend for a 10.5 skate?

Asked by: RangerFan
get the XL size. Take out your old insoles and cut the new ones around the old ones.
Answered by: Ascent54
Date published: 2011-08-05
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