Scholl Busy Feet Spring Inserts Reviews
Product Type: Scholl Leg & Foot Care
Description:Brand: Scholl / Type: Insole / Insert / Suitable for: Foot / Scholl Busy Feet Spring Action Inserts provide superior cushioning and comfort in the balls of your feet and heel area /
Newest Review: ... idea of these inserts is give extra padding to the arches of your feet which in turn will support them and reduce the ... more
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by - written on 26/07/10 (Very useful, 156 readings)
I bought these after buying a new pair of boots which weren't very comfortable. My feet would ache terrible after wearing these boots so I decided to give these inserts a go. The inserts come in a pack of 2 and are sold in most chemists and shops like Boots and Superdrug. I bought mine in Lloyds pharmacy and they cost £8.99. The idea of these inserts is give extra padding to the arches of your feet which in turn will support them and reduce the pressure on them. The inserts fit a standard shoe size of 4-7 and are made of a plastic material which is very soft to the touch and very cushioned. They are transparent and they are shaped to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/02/09, updated on 21/02/09 (Very useful, 188 readings)
I bought these for about £8 from my local large-chain supermarket. I thought they were quite expensive for insoles, but the little window on the packaging allows you to experience the product a little bit - definitely springy! I needed them because I had been wearing some cute, trendy and fashionable cloth shoes every day for weeks and they really weren't made for standing, walking and doing stuff. They provided little support for my feet, whether it was support for the arches of my feet, the side-to-side movement experienced from moving around etc etc Anyway, as soon as I put these "Scholl Busy Feet Spring Inserts" in my shoes, my feet ... Read the complete review
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