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Footminders Orthotics (Special Review by Vince)


Based on years of biomechanical research, Footminders orthotics were developed by podiatrists to provide longitudinal and metatarsal support and to correct posture and body biomechanics. Footminders orthotic insoles greatly reduce over-pronation, preventing foot strain and injury and providing excellent walking comfort, preventing heel pain caused by plantar fasciitis. .

There are 3 models to choose from, based on the types of shoes to be worn with them:

  • Comfort: Designed for lace-up shoes,athletic footwear, work boots and hiking boots
  • Casual: Designed for men’s & women’s low-heeled  slip-on shoes, including moccasins
  • Catwalk: For ladies’ fashion footwear with medium to high heels such as pumps, sandals and boots 
MY OPINION:
Hi, the hubby here. I was lucky to guest review these orthotics on the blog. Only because they didn't fit in my wife's shoes. So in my work boots they went. I used them there, since we got the comfort ones, and they are geared for workers. Plus my feet hurt most while in work boots.
The first twelve hour shift I worked I felt relief right away. I appreciated how they raised my arches so my feet were comfortable and not lying flat in my boots. They also helped my feet stay drier. The insoles also created less vibration and gave me more cushion between my boot and the ground. It was nice to step out of my boots and my toes didn't hurt.

4/5

Recommend? Yes



 
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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