Dr Scholl’s Massaging Gel Outrageous Comfort Dual Gel Insoles Women  » Health  »
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  • I like to walk to work on occassion, so I'll wear my tennis shoes during the walk and change into my casual flats for work when I arrive, and I want to be able to change the insoles from one shoe to the other without major issues
  • Sometimes, insoles are so specifically sized and shaped that once they mold to a particular shoe, it's near impossible to get them to fit right in any other pair, but this seemed to be specifically designed to beat that problem to a pulp
  • You can see some of the gel construction, when you look at the bottom of the insole (though the top is covered entirely with fabric to prevent the bottom of your feet from sticking to it at all), and it's got a pretty cool design I think
  • My heel felt incredibly comfortable, and I have very high arches that have fallen over the last two years due to shoes without support, and these insoles really made the difference and I could definitely feel it


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      The main reason I purchased the Dr Scholl’s Massaging Gel Outrageous Comfort Dual Gel Insoles Women is because the packaging said it was good for athletic shoes, casual and dress shoes. Too many times I’ve purchased an insole just to find out that it’s totally useless to use in all my shoes. I like to walk to work on occassion, so I’ll wear my tennis shoes during the walk and change into my casual flats for work when I arrive, and I want to be able to change the insoles from one shoe to the other without major issues. Sometimes, insoles are so specifically sized and shaped that once they mold to a particular shoe, it’s near impossible to get them to fit right in any other pair, but this seemed to be specifically designed to beat that problem to a pulp. It was about $10 for the pair, which was pretty typical. I should know. I’ve tried a lot of

      insoles over the last two years. Plus, insoles don’t always last that long for me because they get a bit icky and smelly. Yeah, I’ll admit that I sometimes have smelly feet. Anyone brave enough would probably admit the same. And usually, when an insole gets nasty like that, you just have to toss it. I’m on my feet all the time, so I needed an insole that would really have some staying power for me.

      You can see some of the gel construction, when you look at the bottom of the insole (though the top is covered entirely with fabric to prevent the bottom of your feet from sticking to it at all), and it’s got a pretty cool design I think. There’s like these waves in the gel, especially around where the instep is, and that was pretty comfortable feeling when I used it for the first time. The insole fit very nicely into my walking shoes, so I ...


      • slapped them on and headed to work, walking the 2 miles to get there. My heel felt incredibly comfortable, and I have very high arches that have fallen over the last two years due to shoes without support, and these insoles really made the difference and I could definitely feel it.

        It’s slightly contoured around the heel to have a sort of contouring effect, but I never could get my heel into just the perfect spot to be truly as supported by these as I could’ve been. Maybe it was the tennis shoes, maybe it’s just the shape of my feet, since I have very small heels in comparison to the width of the foot by my toes. It’s a large insole, and it filled up the tennis shoe and almost made it slightly uncomfortable at first to wear the shoe. I had to losen up my laces quite a bit to get the perfect comfortable fit. But when I got

        to work and put these insoles in my casual flat work shoes, it didn’t work quite as well.

        Because the insoles were so thick, it raised my heel up, and so my shoe kept popping off my heel with every other step I was taking. It was getting a little annoying after the first hour of this. Though it says it can be used in any shoe, the shape of the shoe might have something to say about that, and it didn’t fit as nicely in my work shoes as in the tennis shoes. My foot felt very cramped as a result. This is one of those insoles I’d have to buy larger sized shoes to use. But, I still do use them and enjoy them in my tennis shoes, so at least I’m getting my use out of them one way or the other. But not as great for all shoe types as it claims. No WAY would it fit in my dress shoes!




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