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Thursday, November 28, 2013

What Are You Using for Foot Support?

Since tomorrow is the biggest shopping day of the year, I thought I would do a feature on one of my favorite non-beauty subjects that’s vastly under discussed, foot support insoles. I am pretty obsessed and since I really like my heels, I have them in almost every pair I own in some form or another – a ball of foot cushion, back of the heel cushion, ¾” insert or a full insert for boots, which I always get ½ size too big so they fit snug.

But what Santa could really bring me this year that I’ve searched high and low for is a pair of ball-of-foot inserts for us stiletto wearers. It’s always the same, after about 2 hours of standing in sky high heels, shifting back and forth, my feet are done. And I’m not one of those that will take off my shoes before the night is over and carry them. They only come off when I’m in the door, home.

So that’s been my hunt for a long time now - something that lets me get hours of wear out of a nice pair of high heels without the pain. 

So in my quest in making all my shoes comfy, I’ve tried many different brands - Foot Petals, Dr. Scholl’s, Kiwi, Spenco, Stiletto Hardware and others. From what I’ve experienced, the material these companies use is either rubber, poron (Foot Petals) or some kind of space age material they claim will make you feel like you’re walking on clouds. 


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Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Holiday Pick - No Oww with Foot Petals!

Foot_2Xmas_2Show you really care with FOOT PETALS Stiletto Stylist Kit ($44.95 @ I challenge you to insert these pads into your stilettos at the next holiday party and then dance the night away. They really take the load off. Available in Buttercup, White Lily and Black Iris (shown here).


Each contains: 1 pair Tip Toes, 1 pair Killer Kushionz, 2 pair Strappy Strips, 1 pair Heavenly Heelz, 1 pair Haute Heelz, 2 pair Sole Stopperz. 

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