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So after going through all kinds of orthotics prescribed by podiatrists who want to sell you "stuff", I decided I would try the "Good Feet" store.  the sales pitch made sense, but their price is outrageous.

But having said  that, if their stuff works , another story.

Anyone have any experience with them?

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Only experience I had in there I was looking for a decent pair of shoes comfortable and breathable the guy said he doesn’t sell shoes only inserts... bob

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On 1/19/2021 at 11:53 AM, mowerman said:

Only experience I had in there I was looking for a decent pair of shoes comfortable and breathable the guy said he doesn’t sell shoes only inserts... bob

I think Bob some do-at least the one I went to had 4 or 5 sneakers on the wall- I'm sure they were like 100bucks plus

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I hate to say it, but I made a bad choice a few years ago when the girl friend told me that I needed to go get some inserts for my shoes. We went to the Good Feet Store. Not 1 but 2 pairs of inserts. I payed over 5 hundred for the pair and didn't use them one time. I could not walk for any distance for long and you can say I threw away 500 dollars. I cannot recommend them, but everyone is different.

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They run a lot of Good Feet commercials on TV here; almost every customer they talk to is crying. If their inserts are over $250, then I can see why they're crying.

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21 hours ago, h67st said:

They run a lot of Good Feet commercials on TV here; almost every customer they talk to is crying. If their inserts are over $250, then I can see why they're crying.

After the sales pitch I ask- well how much?  he says 1126!..I should have said "..great- I get change for my 20"!

Going back to Mike's comment, in the sales pitch they say you wear them for 1/2 hr first day and then increase daily until your foot "grows into them".  so I thought..why don't I do that with ones I bought at Walmart after stepping on the Dr Scholls machine that "reads " your foot.?

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2 hours ago, Red Horse said:

After the sales pitch I ask- well how much?  he says 1126!..I should have said "..great- I get change for my 20"!

Going back to Mike's comment, in the sales pitch they say you wear them for 1/2 hr first day and then increase daily until your foot "grows into them".  so I thought..why don't I do that with ones I bought at Walmart after stepping on the Dr Scholls machine that "reads " your foot.?

Are you serious...$1,126.00?

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15 minutes ago, h67st said:

Are you serious...$1,126.00?

Talk about having balls huh?  Well in addition to the arch supports they "give" you foam ones to put in your slippers!

When I gave him that .."are you out of your mind look", he says..     "well I tell most people to go home and think it over."

 

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On 1/24/2021 at 3:15 PM, carlotpilot said:

I heard a tale about a fella who put a set of odor eaters in his shoes.  DISAPEARED 2 DAYS LATER

The fella, or his Shoes..??:(

"Be who you are and say what you feel...
Because those that matter...
don't mind...
And those that mind....
don't matter." -

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