I think it depends on what your issue is?In order to wear my 4 inch+ heels out, I'm wondering which I should try:
1. Dr. Scholl's gel inserts for the balls of your feet
2. Foot petals
Which do you like best and why?
Same here....so I stopped using them, since they are quite thick for comfort.the main prob i have w/the dr scholls ball of feet cushions is that they seem to make the front of my feet feel squished up to the top, since they're of some thickness themselves. in most shoes it prob doesn't make a difference but in many pumps and peep-toes that tend to have these high heels, the thickness of the cushion at the very front tends to make a difference for me, in that it makes a tight squeeze even tighter, negating its positive effects. could be just my feet.
I have these Dr. Scholls ......they are ok but DO NOT use the sticker part on an expensive pair of shoes. Its VERY VERY hard to get them off!!! I put them on a pair of my Coach work shoes & the sticker part stayed on my shoe & wont come off!!! It left the entire sticker glued to my shoe. I can still use the insert, but it wont stick anymore.I think it depends on what your issue is?
I have some inserts that go on the front( for the ball of your foot) they work well so your foot doesnt slid. but I also have ones that all full inserts. So i think it all depends on what your issue is with the shoe.
I'm going to try these in my close toed shoes...
but if you're looking for something for an open toe you can also get the full inserts and just cut them to size.