June 7, 2012

Dr. Scholls For Her Lets Us Wear Heels!

I think I say amazed way too many times on this blog. 
Since I began blogging, a little over a year ago, I have been amazed by so many things, ideas, projects, and products.  So, I'm going to tell you about another amazing thing that has (sorry for the pun) walked into my life.
Dr. Scholls For Her Insoles for High Heels!  I am not one who often wears heels.  I've said a few times over the last year that I should wear them more often because one day I'm going to be old or too lazy to wear them (or I'm just so clumsy already).

When I received the Dr. Scholls For Her insoles I was a little skeptical at first.  Can I make it an entire day in heels without pain? I mean who's feet don't begin hurting around lunch if you do a lot of walking? Especially if they have barely been warn.

I decided to put the insoles in my Madden Girl heels that I've owned for over a year but never worn.  The heel is a little too high for me to feel comfortable leaving the house in and they just didn't feel real comfy when I put them on.

They were easy to put in the shoes, the fit almost any pair perfectly without cutting or shaping them. 

After putting the insoles in the shoes I decided to try them out and see if it made them more comfortable.  Boy was I surprised.  The Dr. Sholls insoles made such a difference that I was amazed.  Not only were they more comfortable but I was able to wear them all day with no pain!

Go like them on Facebook and try them out for yourself!

The insoles keep your weight balanced on ball of your foot and also have plenty of arch support to keep you going without any craps or aching feet.

I give Dr. Scholls For Her Insoles an A+ on creating the best insole for heels.  Who knew that a product could actually make heels as comfy as flats?  So, go out now and buy a pair (or two) for yourself and drag out those shoes out that are hiding in the back of your closet.


Anonymous said...

I wore the wooden Dr. Scholl's sandals in the late 60's and althrough the 70's everyday! Love them. Now I use some ofthe insoles in a more orthopedic style shoes. LOL. I'd like to give these a try. Pick me!

Anonymous said...

Dr. Scholl understands WIDE feet!

Anonymous said...

Final comment -- please!
Love the shoes you model the insoles with.