Re: Dr. Scholl's
I have a pair of the gel inserts for the ball of the foot in one of my pairs of shoes. They work well, but it's a very specific use. It's a pair of cowboy boots, and I was feeling the slope from the heel down to the toe too much under my arch when I wore them. So I got the Dr. Scholl's ball-of-the-foot inserts to lift up my forefoot a bit in the shoes. In that way, they're working very well, and they're comfy to walk on, but I don't know that they'd make too much difference in super high heels, for example, as some of their ads suggest.
If the shoe doesn't fit, must we change the foot? --Gloria Steinem