Looking for a bit of advice. I often manage to get to explore the great outdoors when a bit of free time presents itself and the more I go the more I fall into the trap of becoming obsessed by the hobby. Over the months I’ve gradually upgraded my clothing and gear and I’m now at a stage where I’m pretty happy with what I’ve got. Apart from one department. Insoles. https://www.scarpa.co.uk/clearance/marmolada-trek/ I bought these boots about six months ago and couldn’t be happier with them. Tough, comfortable, sturdy, forgiving. Everything you’d want in a boot. Except the insole. I’d done plenty of research into boots of this standard before purchasing and the general consensus seemed to be to ditch the factory insole and buy an aftermarket one. Bit more research later and I settled on these: http://www.sorbothane.co.uk/products/double-strike As comfortable as they are initially, after several miles the soles of my feet start to rub. My socks start to gather around my toes and blisters start to form. Could any of you fine people advise me on a really comfortable but supportive set of insoles that will see me through? Thanks in advance.