Good quality shoe inserts any suggestions?
I seem to find ones that are odor eaters or ones to add back, leg, arch support. I want that is both arch, leg, back and odor eaters. I am not talking about Dr. Scholl's either they are junk. I am willing to spend $100 for good inserts .
- k wLv 73 months ago
find a decent shoe repair place, that's where I found the quality inserts I needed. The ones that come with were just too flimsy, and I was a dock worker, on my feet all shift long. I found out that putting one on top of the other was superior to what the clowns selling the shoes had AND I was a big guy then, a bit smaller today AND I found out by getting a slightly larger shoe it would make it more comfortable for my feet
so I went the extra mile for my feet and my feet appreciated the effort too.
- 3 months ago
Make sure you use Sploosh to get the stink out of your shoes.