Question by  t56 (143)

What is the best padding for shoes?


Answer by  ferfer72 (2623)

I personally use gel inserts from Dr. Scholl's. I find that they are comfortable, and they keep my feet from sliding around in the shoes. They're not too expensive. Give them a try.


Answer by  12 (82)

The best padding for any type of shoe is gel foot inserts. The gel conforms to your feet and it relieves pressure. The gel also acts as a shock absorber to stop pain and discomfort before it starts. Gel insoles make wearing even the most uncomfortable shoes easy to wear.


Answer by  phrueben (49)

There is a lot of competition in regards to shoe paddings. In my experience Dr. Sholtz shoe paddings are the best. They come in different sizes according to the different feet that there is. There are the overpronated (flat feet) underpronated (high arch) and the "normal" which they are righ in the middle.


Answer by  Manda (1103)

You can get the best padding for your shoes from the Dr. Scholls brand. They make the best foot inserts. They make the most comfortable, reliable and supportive foot pads.


Answer by  eldergeek (473)

Everyone's feet are different. Two ounce miracles, available from Walmart, are the only shoe liners that work for me, and they work great, but they might not work at all for you. A few years ago I bought one pair each of several different types and tried each of them to learn which was best for me.


Answer by  Hawthorne (129)

Better than the ones you can buy at your local drugstore are the ones made by your chiropractor. They cost around $100, but they are fitted to your feet.

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