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Old    Jeremy Byrom (wakerider111)      Join Date: Jul 2006       10-25-2008, 7:20 PM Reply   
I have been thinking that the "intelli-gel"/ "gellycomb" stuff would be great as a foot-bed material. you know the stuff that is in Jan Sport bag handles/straps? and the stuff in the fancy relief/therapeutic mattresses?

The stuff is apparently very durable and reacts well to individual pressure points! i've tried some of the fancy mattresses (in a store), and it is quite an amazing feeling really.

I am thinking this stuff would be great as a Layer along with EVA and or other materials. Of course a denser honeycomb (than what is pictured bellow) would be necessary because there will be more pressure and force per square inch ya know.

here are some examples of the material in case you don't know what i am talking about:
http://www.edizone.com/intelligel.html
http://www.spokanechiro.com/ChiroBed.aspx
http://www.mycomfortmyway.com/technologies/
http://www.intellibedaustin.com/

(Message edited by wakerider111 on October 25, 2008)

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