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I know it's more money & might not be an option for you, but if you can, go to a good boot shop, get them to assess the fit of your boots & recommend insoles that are right for your foot shape. No one brand or product will be right for everyone.

If that's a no-go, then whichever you go for, buy them ASAP and try them out on a couple of longish walks between now & the festival!! You really don't want to discover they're not comfy on day 1 & be stuck with them for the duration. 

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Bought some Dr Scholl ones which were shit, so don’t ask me! They had a really high stiff arch on them which was quite painful, as they are really narrow. Was shocked tbh, as I have quite narrow feet and a decent arch. 

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