Review of Dr. Scholl’s Custom Fit Orthotic Inserts

I always wanted to try out the Dr. Scholls custom orthotics and @MomCentral gave me the opportunity. This is my review of them.

Two Month Update: I have been wearing the Dr. Scholl’s Orthotics for almost 2 months now and I have to say I am 100% satisfied with this product. We went to New York City a few weeks ago and I wore the orthotics in my shoes. Note to self, never wear them in open back shoes and try to walk fast in New York City because they fall out. With all of the walking in the city my feet never hurt once. A few days ago we went to a local festival and had to walk one mile from the parking lot to get to the festival. I did not wear the orthotics and boy did I pay. I wore the same shoes that I had worn in New York City. By the time I walked that mile to the festival I had places on the bottom of my feet that were rubbing and I could hardly walk. Walking the mile back was even worse. I won’t be leaving my custom Dr. Scholls orthotics out of my shoes anytime soon.

It seems that all feet types can have problems and if you stand on your feet all day or even walk for long periods of time your back and feet can ache. I know that even if we are on vacation and spend a lot of time walking around an amusement park or spending the day at a historical landmark the walking can kill my back and my legs ache. My feet don’t have too many problems but my back aches like crazy if I stand or walk too long.

When my oldest son was about 10 he had to get custom orthotics at a local foot doctor (podiatrist). His ankles were weak and both of his feet would not support his legs properly. The doctor put each foot into a cast to create a mold to make the orthotics. These inserts were quite expensive, around $200 from what I remember. I also remember having to get them replaced as they wore out or when he grew too big for them. At the time Greg was in the military and the insurance paid for them so it was not a problem. Today I am not sure how much they would cost but since that was over 20 years ago I assume quite a bit more. The orthotics helped him tremendously because one of his feet was actually leaning inward, making it so he didn’t stand up straight. Today he is 32 years old and his legs and ankles are straight and strong, all because of the custom orthotics he wore back when he was a child.

The Dr. Scholl’s Orthotics Kiosk

dr scholls custom orthotics kiosk at cvs

We went to our local CVS store to check out the Dr Scholl’s kiosk. You can find a kiosk in your area. Many are located in big box stores like Walmart too. It is super easy to use and is voice activated so you know exactly what you need to do. The kiosk will test the pressure you put on each foot as you stand on the platform. At different parts of the test you have to lift one foot off of the platform, using the railing as a brace, and then lean forward so the pressure is just on one foot. You do it for the other foot as well. This helps the Dr. Scholl’s system to accurately scan each foot and give you a custom result. This is how Dr. Scholl’s tells you what custom orthotics are right for your feet.

It uses something called Footmapping® Technology to identify the areas where you apply the most pressure and your arch type. After more than 2,000 sensors calculate your unique measurements, the kiosk then recommends the Custom Fit Orthotic Insert that best fits your feet.  It’s really easy and only takes a few minutes to obtain your Custom Fit Orthotic Insert recommendation. I love technology so much that I went through the test twice just to see it working.

review of dr scholls custom orthotics kiosk at cvs

When you are done with the test the kiosk tells you exactly what orthotic inserts you need to get for your specific feet. The orthotics are available for purchase right at the kiosks. It told me I needed the CF 120.

review of dr scholls custom orthotics

The first time I tried out the orthotics I thought there was something wrong with them because they don’t fit the entire size of your shoe. I found out that this is how they are supposed to be made. You place them in your shoe and they go about 3/4 of the way to the end. You will find that they make your shoes slightly tighter with them in there but over the course or a day or so they start to form to your feet and adjust within your shoe.

I really like the feel the orthotics give my feet. They give my feet great support and after walking around a recent conference all day my legs didn’t hurt either. I never remove them from my shoes and actually, I wear them around the house in my sandals. I wear sandals all year in the house instead of slippers and they make my feet feel so good. They have not stiff and give your arch an added boost so you don’t feel like you are walking around flat-footed with no support.

Here are my sandals I wear with the Dr. Scholl’s inserts inside. You can hardly notice them because they are beige in color on the top.

review of dr scholls orthotic inserts

On the bottom they are yellow with a rubber finish. The top fabric is super soft and feels like velour.

review of dr scholls orthotic inserts

They do cost $49.95 but that is a fraction of the cost of custom orthotics through a podiatrist’s office. Check out the video to see how the kiosk actually works.

BONUS REBATE: Right now you can get $7.50 back when you submit the rebate when you buy a pair of Dr. Scholl’s Custom Orthotics. Just print out this form, buy your orthotics and send in the necessary information. The rebate is good until December 31, 2011.

The giveaway is over.


Entry is simple! Just leave a comment below and tell me if you have seen or tried out a Dr. Scholl’s kiosk in your area.


One winner will receive a pair of Dr. Scholl’s Custom Fit Orthotics Inserts from the Dr. Scholl’s Kiosk at your local retailer. Retail value $50.00


Follow Sweetie on a Facebook, Twitter or by email. (one option is fine)

General Giveaway Rules: This giveaway is only open to residents of the United States who are 18 years of age or older. Ends on May 31, 2011, at midnight EST. The email addresses that are collected for this giveaway will only be used for the purpose of contacting the winner and will never be given out to anyone nor sold. The winners will be randomly chosen and contacted via email. The winner will have 72 hours to respond. Only one winner per household. Please make sure you check your junk mail folder. Winners will also be posted on Sweeties Reviews here.

Disclosure: Dr. Scholl’s and Mom Central is sponsoring this giveaway. I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour campaign by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Dr. Scholl’s and received a Custom Fit Orthotics from Dr. Scholl’s to facilitate my review. All comments and opinions are my own!

Disclosure: this post may contain affiliate links. Some products may be media samples given to us to for our honest review. All opinions are our own and not that of the brand. Read our policies for more details.


  1. Hope Holland says:

    Yes I have seen this at Walmart and I even tried it out but 50.00 is pricey when your not sure how well they will actually work

  2. Hope Holland says:

    I follow sweetie on Facebook

  3. Hope Holland says:

    I subscribe to Sweeties Email

  4. Mischele Lewis says:

    I have seen the Dr. Scholl’s kiosk at 2 of my local walmarts. I haven’t had the nerve to take my shoes off in the store and stand on it, plus I’ve heard about the cost. As a nurse who is on my feet for 14 hours per shift (on average), they’d come in handy.

  5. Tonya Payne says:

    I have tried the Kiosk at Walmart and I would love to have a pair.

  6. Tonya Payne says:

    I follow Sweetie on FB.

  7. Michele N says:

    I have seen the kiosk, but have not tried them.

  8. Michele N says:

    I follow you on FB

  9. Julia Rivera says:

    I haven’t seen one yet, but I have used other Dr. Scholl’s products, and they were great. These would be great for my mother. She has some serious feet isues, and she has had surgeries on her feet, yet she still has problems. I think these may be a good solution, as she stands on her feet all day at work.

  10. I follow you on FB

  11. Rhona Eklund says:

    I have seen them, used the kiosk—-that was fun itself. Know which ones I need. Hope i can win a pair!

  12. Cathy Studer says:

    I’ve seen the kiosks, but haven’t tried it yet mainly because of the cost. I have high arches & currently wear some inserts…one day I may break down-unless I win of course! Thanks Wendy!

  13. Cathy Studer says:

    Follow you on Facebook

  14. Gregg Rinedoller says:

    I have not seen or tried out a Dr. Scholl’s kiosk. I have just found out through facebook and being involved with sweeties…I work 2 jobs and am always on my feet. I could definitely use these! Thank you for the opportunity to win a pair!

  15. Yes, I have tried the kiosks at CVS, but the price was hefty, so I passed. If I win, I’ll be getting my pair!

  16. lori clark says:

    I have tried the kiosk, loved the recommendation, think they would help, but I cant afford them!

  17. lori clark says:

    follow on facebook!

  18. Jamie D. says:

    I have not tried the kiosk yet! 🙂 Follow you on FB!

  19. Giana Zellner says:

    I have seen the kiosks at a few retailers and have really wanted to try the orthotics because I am a diabetic and standing for long periods of time teaching and then working retail really kills me. I never have because of the price tag. I follow you on facebook and this is the first picture I’ve seen of you. Nice to put the back of your head and the inside of your sandals to your posts! 😉

  20. i follow you faithfully on f/b ,i have looked at the insoles but i like many feel it is difficult to spend this much money on them without knowing you are gonna get a benifit from . i have feet that hurt constantly due to arthritis but i will have to wait for some more proof that they would help me unless of course i win them

  21. Karen Clark says:

    I have seen the koisk, have never tried it, cant afford them. I need normal orthodics from a podiatrist, have been there and even had a mold made for them, but my insurance wont pay for them. reasons being? either have to be an amputee ??? or a threat of losing a foot. I have had to quit my job due to my foot pain. I really need these things and if I am ever lucky to get them, pray they help me

  22. CONNIE GREEN says:

    I have seen it but not tried it. My shoes are sideways so I really should try that out. I follow you on facebook

  23. Ashley Wheeler says:

    I have tried the kiosk but i’m afraid to buy one and have it not do justice. I’ve developed a flat foot in high school and have had an orthotic ever since, but it is time for a new one! Unfortunately the cost of the custom made ones 6 years ago was 150$, yea I can’t afford that now. I am a c420 I believe :). I follow you on facebook!

  24. KRISTINE B says:

    I’ve tried the kiosk but they are too pricey for me right now.

  25. I follow sweeties on facebook..I would love a pair of orthotics from Dr Scholls

  26. Kim Sardo says:

    I’ve tried them. I got them at CVS. Last summer. I still use them. They are great.

  27. I would love to try them. I’ve seen a kiosk at Wal-Mart but feel a little silly using it in front of everyone. But if it helps my feet feel better then, I’m all for it!

  28. I follow Sweetie on Facebook

  29. I follow Sweeties e-mails

  30. I follow you on facebook.

  31. Joshua Lanham says:

    I’ve seen em and played with the machine but can’t afford them atm 😛

  32. Joshua Lanham says:

    Already a Sweeties fan 😀

  33. Danielle Emanuel says:

    I’m following sweeties on facebook, email, and twitter 🙂

  34. Danielle Emanuel says:

    I tried the Dr. Scholl’s kiosk at my local Walmart after my doctor prescribed some orthotic shoes for my falling arches and poor posture. The machine really hit the nail on the head with the recommendation of the type of insert I needed. The price is just a tad bit pricey, but winning some would make my feet and back happy.

  35. saw the kiosk at Walmart but kids were on it

  36. follow you on facebook

  37. karianne k says:

    follow all 3 ways=)

  38. karianne k says:

    i have seen them at walmart and i have bad knees and hips and have always wanted to try them but have a hard time getting myself to spend the money on them

  39. sydney anderson says:

    I follow you on facebook

  40. Colleen says:

    I have not seen or tried out a Dr. Scholl’s kiosk, would like to though!

  41. Patricia Huffman says:

    i have not tried it

  42. Kathy C says:

    I’ve seen the kiosk @ Walmart. I would love to try it!

  43. Kathy C says:

    I am a Facebook and email follower

  44. I have. Not seen this yet, but would love to try it…I have horrible. Pain in left heal, think heal spur, planters. Faciatuis?

  45. Cindy Bowling says:

    I have never seen this before.

  46. Cindy Bowling says:

    I follow on Facebook

  47. Vicki Easley says:

    I have never seen or heard of one of these kiosks, but I will be looking for one now, I think I could really benefit from these!

  48. i have seen one at wal-mart. I tried it out, it is easy. would love to win a pair…

  49. i follow on FB…

  50. Yen Nguyen says:

    nope, i haven’t seen a dr. scholls kiosk before.

  51. Gary Crangle says:

    I have not see the kiosk or tried them, but if I do not win a pair I think I will need to buy some. Thanks Sweetie!

  52. I’ve seen it at WalMart but never thought to try it. Looks easy!

  53. I have seen them in Walmart always wanted to try them since I fell down my stairs a few years ago and have to be careful with the shoes I buy Or I have trouble with my feet but $50 is a little to much for me.

  54. Laura Y says:

    I have really bad feet and buy expensive shoes but if this helped I would go for it. Would love to Win!!

  55. Delano Jennings says:

    i have not seen a kiosk yet but ive been looking. ive seen the commercials alot lately and want to check them out. ive been told im flat footed since i was a kid. now i can confirm it or not. i hope i win those inserts, last ones i had lasted forever and made my feet so much more comfortable

  56. Delano Jennings says:

    I like, follow and subscribe to Sweeties. Every option possible!!!

  57. KELLY LIGHT says:


  58. Kristen G. says:

    I have seen the kiosk but have not tried it yet. I’m a Facebook fan!

  59. Brenda Lester says:

    Have never tried them but would love to. My old feet are pretty achy at times.

  60. Never tried it but will after seeing how easy it is!

  61. twitter follower

  62. I have not seen or even heard of a Dr. Scholl’s kiosk, but what a great idea!

  63. I have seen the kiosk and would love to try

  64. facebook fan of Sweetie!

  65. I’ve seen it on tv I know they have them here I know I love to try it i have bad feet and back and have been told they work great would love to try it Ty

  66. I’m a facebook fan

  67. Valerie Lemoine says:

    I still have not seen the kiosk. Heard of it but have not bump into one.
    I follow all 3 ways

  68. Leah Craig says:

    I have seen these and tried the kiosk at out Walmart. I am glad to hear you review of them because I was unsure if I should spend $50 on something I hadn’t tried and hadn’t heard anything about! Thank you!

  69. Leah Craig says:

    I am a sweeties FB Fan.

  70. Leah Craig says:

    I am also an email subscriber!

  71. Julie Davis says:

    I have tried the kiosk at Walmart but i couldnt afford to buy any.

  72. Julie Davis says:

    Im a fan on FB.

  73. I have seen the kiosk but have not tried it. I tend to spend a bit more for good walking shoes and throwing $50 on a pair of shoes that I’m not familiar with just doesn’t sound smart to me.

  74. Shannon says:

    I haven’t tried the kiosk myself but I’ve watched my boyfriend use it. He has slightly flat feet and gets a lot of discomfort, especially in his back because of his feet and the fact that he’s a waiter.

  75. I have seen the kiosk but not stopped by. My right foot turns outward so I am always trying out new inserts for my shoes.

  76. Kathy Goldberg says:

    seen them at our CVS store and usually people are trying it out.. my daughter did so much better once she added insoles to her running shoes.. i would love to get her a second set of insoles!

  77. Kathy Linklater says:

    I have seen the Dr. Scholl’s kiosk but I haven’t tried it. I would love the inserts for my walking shoes!

  78. Kathy Linklater says:

    I subscribe by email.

  79. Yes I have one near by!

  80. Follow on FB!

  81. Follow you on Twitter

  82. An email follower as well 🙂

  83. nikki sharma says:

    i have always wanted to try these but they are too expensive. I also follow you on facebook

  84. Michelle Danielson says:

    I havent seen or tried it but would love to!

  85. Michelle Danielson says:

    FB follower!

  86. Michelle Danielson says:

    emai subsciber too

  87. Karen E says:

    fan on facebook.

  88. Karen E says:

    have not seen or tried

  89. I have tried out the kiosk at a CVS in California and I follow BOTH your sites on FB 🙂

  90. Diane L says:

    I have tried the inserts.

  91. My daughter used the kiosk and I purchased her the suggested insoles. Unfortunately, they did not work because her feet are just too flat and the arch support wasn’t big enough. She said they were very cushioned though.

  92. shonna coleman says:

    I have not seen or tried this out but probably should find one…my daughter and I both have ankles that turn in!

  93. fedai f says:

    i follow you on FB

  94. fedai f says:

    I haven’t seen this in walmart but now i’ll look for it!

  95. Yes, I’ve seen the kiosk and tried it out, but backed off when I saw the price. The inserts do look nice.

  96. Janelle Inlow says:

    I have seen the kiosk at Walmart. I have always found things my children need before I spend the $$ on myseld

  97. jess houser says:

    I believe I have seen the Dr. Scholl’s kiosk in the Walnutport PA Kmart or the Lehighton PA Walmart not sure…
    I would love to get my husband to try these!!

  98. I follow you on Twitter.

  99. As a runner, I’m intrigued by those kiosks but never tried, looks great

  100. i havent seen it in my aread but would love to try it
    tcogbill at live dot com

  101. Julia Rivera says:

    I follow Sweeties Freebies and sweepstakes on facebook??

  102. Melissa M says:

    I went to walmart and could not find the kiosk I had to ask an employee who had to ask another employee until we finally found it. I tried it out and thought man this is cool. But the sticker shock scared me away. I’d love a free pair. In the meantime I am wearing my birkenstocks to ease the pain. I follow you on twitter.

  103. michele t says:

    I tried the Kiosk at Walmart as soon as it came out. Interesting way to check your feet out!

  104. michele t says:

    follow on facebook

  105. I have not seen a Dr. Scholl’s kiosk in my area.

  106. deborah dillon says:

    I tried it in Walmart. Love to try the but they are a little pricey.

  107. Julia Davis says:

    I have tried out the kiosk but wasn’t ready to commit $50 in inserts. I have a super high arch so I would love to try these.

  108. Julia Davis says:

    I follow on facebook

  109. Diane K says:

    I have not seen a kiosk at any stores but I’m going to be watching for one now. Would love to try it!

  110. Diane K says:

    I follow you on facebook.

  111. Diane K says:

    I am subscribed to your emails

  112. I’ve seen the kiosk at Wal-Mart and would love to try the orthotics!

  113. sheila wood says:

    Sweeties fan, I haven’t found a kiosk yet, but I need my husband to try it. He always has sore feet

  114. Sheri Noel says:

    I have never seen Dr.Scholl’s kiosk before but know that my custom orthodiics need to be replaced..

  115. loving this

  116. eleanor greenly says:

    i am a sweetie follower and subscriber and have terrible feet..

  117. Cheryl Lynne says:

    No, I haven’t seen a Dr. Scholl’s kiosk but I’m going to look for one..

  118. Cheryl Lynne says:

    I am an email subscriber.

  119. I haven’t seen or tried out the kiosks.

  120. Wilma P says:

    I haven’t seen the kiosk; but I will look for it next time I am at Walmart. I have always had problems with my feet…calluses and corns plus I just recovered from a badly broken fit. I really hope I win these.

  121. Elaine C. says:

    Have not seen them but have used orthotics in the past and will check Walmart.

  122. I have never seen this before!

    I follow you on twitter, and like sweeties sweeps on FB

  123. Tracie Vandermeulen says:

    I have seen them and thought it was a great idea.

  124. Natasha says:

    I used to have a custom pair of orthotics that were wonderful, but they wore out and broke years ago. I miss them desperately but cannot afford new ones. The Dr. Scholls would be great to try, but really can’t figure out how to afford even the $50.00 nowadays. Would love to win a pair.

  125. I did try the dr. scholl’s kiosk at my local walmart but the price of the orthotics was kind of steep for me so I would love to win a pair

  126. Jennifer W. says:

    follow on fb and yes I ve tried it just didnt have the money to buy them =(

  127. I’ve yet to see a kiosk in any local store. My feet feel better just looking at the photos.

  128. Cm Adamski says:

    I haven’t seen one yet, but I have used other Dr. Scholl’s products

  129. Judy G. says:

    I have seen them, but never tried because of not being able to purchase them.

  130. Judy G. says:

    I follow Sweetie on Facebook.
    Thanks 4 all the chances to win & all the freebies, coupons, etc !!!

  131. Audrey Frederick says:

    i have seen the kiosk and follow you on fb

  132. Rodney Simms says:

    I’ve seen this in Walmart and I was curious about the display. I plan on trying it to find out my results.

  133. Collene says:

    I have yet to see these kiosk at any stores in my area. Looks cool though.

  134. Collene says:

    I follow Sweetie on FB, Twitter, and via e-mail.

  135. ashley dreisow says:

    They have a kiosk at walmart in the pharmacy section. I tried it but the inserts are soo expensive!

  136. mary mcmenamy says:

    i have back problems these would be wonderful

  137. mary mcmenamy says:

    i follow sweeties on twitter maryclean

  138. mary mcmenamy says:

    i am a fan fb

  139. Cristina S. says:

    I have seen the kiosk, and have been curious, but have never tried them. The price tag kept me away too.

  140. Summer Bonner says:

    I have not tried Dr. Scholls Kiosk before but I am planning
    on trying next time I am in Walmarts Pharmacy Line…
    My feet sure could use some relief…

  141. Sarah H. says:

    Liked Sweetie on FB

  142. Sarah H. says:

    My husband has problems walking for any length of time without being in pain — this would be an excellent Father’s Day gift for him!

  143. Yvonne Woodstock says:

    I have seen the kiosks but havent tried them YET

  144. Yvonne Woodstock says:

    I follow you on twitter, facebook and email

  145. Jodi Jardine says:

    I have seen and tried the kiosk.

  146. beth whitehead says:

    these would be perfect since I work on my feet all day. pick me pick me pick me!!!!!! i also follow on facebook

  147. I’ve never paid any attention to foot kiosks but I will next time I shop.

  148. Heather I says:

    I’ve seen the kiosk at Wal-mart but have never tried it. I work at a bakery and am on my feet all day so this would be pretty nice.

  149. Danielle T says:

    i havent seen a kiosk but then again i havent been looking either

  150. I’ve tried the kiosk but I never bought the inserts. I think I need to soon!

  151. I follow you on FB

  152. Elisabeth says:

    I have not seen one of those yet, but would love to check one out! I follow you on twitter, fb and email

  153. I Have not seen this only on the television. $50.00 is too much for me on my small check so it would be nice to pick me!!

  154. facebook love it two win big!!!!!!!

  155. Peggy Humbracht says:

    I have not seen the kiosk yet, but am anxious tosee one and try it out. They seem a little spendy, but hoping to win.

  156. Candi K says:

    I have tried the Dr. Scholl’s kiosk at our local WalMart.

  157. Candi K says:

    I follow on facebook!

  158. Candi K says:

    I follow on Twitter!

  159. Candi K says:

    I follow by email!

  160. Janelle Casey Spencer says:

    I have not tried the kiosk but look forward to doing so.

  161. Janelle Casey Spencer says:

    I follow on facebook

  162. Janelle Casey Spencer says:

    I follow on Twitter

  163. Seen it, but haven’t tried it yet.

  164. Janelle Casey Spencer says:

    And I follow via email (love it btw!)

  165. Tasha St says:

    Yes, I tried the kiosk and was shocked to find the results on how I stand …. but didnt buy any

  166. Tasha St says:

    I follow on facebook

  167. Tasha St says:

    I subscribe to emails

  168. Tasha St says:

    I follow on twitter …

  169. Jo-Ann Brightman says:

    I have not yet tried a Dr. Scholl’s kiosk, but I follow you on FB

  170. Don Follett says:

    I recently saw my first Dr. Scholls Kiosk at Walmart. It had a large group of people waiting to use it and I did not have time to try it out. UI think I will stop by really early before people are out and about and give it a try.

  171. I know vI need them (my shoes wear one side more than other

  172. Sharon Ram says:

    Seen it but haven’t tried it out yet.

  173. Sharon Ram says:

    I follow you on FB and get your newsletter – thanks!

  174. Margaret F says:

    I’ve seen the kiosk but haven’t tried it yet. I would like to try it out and see what it does for my foot and heel pain. My daughter wore custom orthotics until a couple of years ago at around $450 a pair.

  175. Margaret F says:

    I follow you on facebook. 🙂

  176. keith davis says:

    I tried the kiosk…my number was 310? oh well.

  177. Karen D says:

    No, I have never seen the kiosk – awesome idea, hope to see one in our area soon!

  178. Karen D says:

    Email subscriber and twitter follower!

  179. Nicole Vosburgh says:

    Yes, I have seen the kiosk’s before, but I have never tried them before.

  180. I have never tried them. Maybe I will win a pair.

  181. I’ve been tempted to try the technology, but never wanted to take the time to actually try it when I actually found a machine.

  182. I subscibe to your emails.

  183. Andrea Smith says:

    I’ve seen this at Walmart but have never tried them. They are just to expensive for me even though I do need to use them.

  184. Heather Webster says:

    I have not seen this in my area yet.

  185. Heather Webster says:

    follow on facebook

  186. Donald Webster says:

    Haven’t seen this type of kiosk before

  187. Nadine R. says:

    Have seen and tried this at our local Walmart here in NC! So neat!

  188. Sadly, no Dr. Scholl’s kiosk in my area!

  189. Jena Branch says:

    I have not seen the kiosk, but I think its pretty cool. I follow you on FB and Twitter.

  190. I’ve seen the kiosk and thought about trying them – wondered if I should bite the bullet and do it.

  191. I have not seen a dr.scholls kiosk but I think that would be cool if I did. I follow you on fb

  192. I have tried this kiosk for dr. scholls inserts foot mapping and tested myself 3 times in a row. Each time I did, the recommended insert model was different. Since they are $50.00, it’s difficult to buy a pair when the final result of the test on the machine is inconclusive.

  193. I would love to get a pair, but being unemployed for a long while, and just now starting a job where I stand on my feet all day and doesnt pay well, I cant afford them either. I would love to win a pair. I am flat footed and a diabetic with no insurance. So anything would help out a great deal.
    I was wondering how long they may last? I can justify the cost if the wear time is lengthy.
    Please let me know if anyone has used them for a while and what their length of holding up has been. Thank you

  194. I love these orthotics!!!!! There are three pairs of shoes in my close that I could not wear. Guess what? I can wear them now. 🙂

  195. I’ve been using the inserts for a week and my sore feet are cured as well as an aching achilles tendon. Great stuff. Needs to be longer to support toes, but still a great investment.

  196. michael erhardt says:


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