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Amazon has Dr. Scholl's WORK Massaging Gel Advanced Insoles (Men's 8-14, Women's 6-10) // All-Day Shock Absorption and Cushioning for Hard Surfaces for $7.88 after coupon & free ship with prime


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Amazon take them back after you cut them if they don't fit properly?
Honestly they might. I don't imagine them throwing a fit over a $7 item. That being said you typically can't return things you've destroyed.
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Considering buying these, but I also still need work shoes to put them in. I have more casual style ones that are comfortable... Just haven't been thrilled with how many shoes these days have this woven/knit style, and will fall apart if cleaned
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Does it come with just one pair?

Last time i ordered something similar, it came three pairs for less than $10. Was i lucky that they put the wrong number of pairs?
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Does it come with just one pair?

Last time i ordered something similar, it came three pairs for less than $10. Was i lucky that they put the wrong number of pairs?
Per the description, "the package contains a *pair*"...
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Energy is always a good stat to put in a boot build. You can always enchant it with a little magicka and stam later, especially if you're a caster. I don't think this will last very long for orcs though.. mostly for healers and ranged damage.

Anyways great deal and the fact it's not bound on pickup is nice too!
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Anyone who really needs insoles, should get a pair of these -

https://www.amazon.com/Powerstep-Pinnacle-Shoe-Insoles-Shock-Absorbing/dp/B07MK46F8M

I know they're more expensive but the quality difference is worth it, if you're looking for actual health benefits. My husband's podiatrist recommended these instead of springing $200 for custom supportive insoles.

I got a pair for myself as well and it has helped tremendously vs the flimsy Scholls insoles.
(Just figured someone might be looking for actual relief)
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Thanks OP! In for one to replace my current ones.
LOVE'em
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Anyone who really needs insoles, should get a pair of these -

https://www.amazon.com/Powerstep-...B07MK46F8M

I know they're more expensive but the quality difference is worth it, if you're looking for actual health benefits. My husband's podiatrist recommended these instead of springing $200 for custom supportive insoles.

I got a pair for myself as well and it has helped tremendously vs the flimsy Scholls insoles.
(Just figured someone might be looking for actual relief)
How long have you had them? Would you say for inserts in general, they don't work for all shoes? I imagine it would make some shoes too tight to wear
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Just a reminder, you can submit a receipt for insoles for reimbursement on your FSA/HSA. Saves you an additional 0-35%.
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Anyone who really needs insoles, should get a pair of these -

https://www.amazon.com/Powerstep-...B07MK46F8M

I know they're more expensive but the quality difference is worth it, if you're looking for actual health benefits. My husband's podiatrist recommended these instead of springing $200 for custom supportive insoles.

I got a pair for myself as well and it has helped tremendously vs the flimsy Scholls insoles.
(Just figured someone might be looking for actual relief)
Wow the numerous bad reviews are scary! And for $30+!!??

Definitely not worth it imo...
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How long have you had them? Would you say for inserts in general, they don't work for all shoes? I imagine it would make some shoes too tight to wear
Yes they don't fit into tighter shoes too well.
And I've had them for few years - I keep buying new when they get too worn.
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Wow the numerous bad reviews are scary! And for $30+!!??

Definitely not worth it imo...
73% of the buyers gave the maximum rating - nearly 3700 of 500o people. That is actually excellent for online reviews.

Mine haven't fallen apart and our family has had many over the years between the 2 of us.
Maybe the ones who gave poor reviews for quality bought the wrong size, were very overweight or just got a defective product. No idea. Just from personal experience never have had that issue and we're more "big boned" than I'd care to admit.

I'm nit trying to convince anyone, just show an alternative as we've also tried multiple Scholls shoes and our podiatrist recommended against them (although they are better than nothing in non-supportive shoes).

So, just a higher-quality alternative, but no one insole fits all 😝
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Wow the numerous bad reviews are scary! And for $30+!!??

Definitely not worth it imo...
Some (even many?) of those bad reviews might have been for counterfeit products. One of the negative reviews mentioned poor quality and customer service but "they told me that the company who sold them through Amazon was not an authorized reseller and refused to honor their guarantee." That's a big red flag the product might be counterfeit. Maybe better customer service would be to replace them but not every company does that.

The overall reviews are excellent but as another commenter said, what can be great insoles for many people will not be great for everyone.
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About the $30+ one someone here is recommending, seemed like many of the bad reviews are the recent ones. If you sort by recent reviews, maybe half are 1 star.
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These are some notorious squeakers. Use some baby powder under the insoles if anyone has this issue. Just a sprinkle.
Great, now I have to find a baby to grind down. Makes this deal lukewarm at best.
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