|The BzzKit! Info, some insoles, and some coupons for friends and family!|
- Work Insoles for work boots/shoes and people who are on their feet a great deal.
- Sport Replacement Insoles for active feet, providing arch support and reduced stress on joints.
- Extra Support Insoles have arch support for big & tall men and large shoes, and keep feet cool.
|My grimy shoes with the insoles|
All in all, I like the insoles. It was a bit of an adjustment, having support under my feet again. I initially felt like I had something under my heel (ok, technically I did have something under my heel) but once my feet got used to it, I liked the support. I think the use of the term "massaging" is a stretch- my feet felt cushioned but not massaged. My greatest wish is that there was more support for the metatarsal heads. I've got a fallen transverse arch, and need something with a bit more support in that arch. Unfortunately, most shoe inserts only include arch supports, with a flat base across the transverse arch.
For a relatively low-cost, comfortable shoe insert, I'm pleased with the Dr. Scholl's Massaging Gel Inserts. For someone who is on their feet a great deal, it's a great option! I've read complaints from other reviewers that these didn't provide adequate comfort for their various ailments (Morton's Neuroma, recovering metatarsal fracture, etc) and I think they missed the point- these are shoe inserts you buy at the local grocery store for a bit of added comfort, not costly therapeutic orthotics for medical conditions. If you're looking to fix a medical problem, talk to your podiatrist. If you just want some cushion in your shoes, try these!