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Pedag Holiday: Great Insoles for Tight Fitting Shoes

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"I bought a pair of the Pedag Holiday Orthotic Arch Support Insoles 2.5 years ago and love them. They are thin enough to wear with dress shoes and even some slippers. The leather is comfortable and the plastic is strong. I have looked a long time to find where I can purchase these online; I just found this site yesterday. I plan to buy three more pairs. Thanks for a great product!" -Susan The Pedag Holiday Orthotic Arch Support Insoles provide a comfortable fit that will restore and maintain anatomically correct foot alignment and stability, while the metatarsal pad will...

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Spenco Total Support Thin Insoles Review: A Thin Orthotic with Flexible Arch Support

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Spenco has expanded their line up of the to include a Spenco Polysorb Total Support Thin Insoles. These insoles have the most interest (to me) because of their true thin orthotic arch support with superior cushioning and a flexible arch support is limited. Being that I wear a tighter fitting casual shoe on a daily basis I thought the Thin's would be a great place to start. The Spenco Total Support Thin Insoles are a condensed version of the Original Total Support Insoles with the same polysorb arch to heel support system and tri-pod cushioning that the Total Supports are...

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Insoles & Arch Supports: High Heels, Dress Shoes & Sandals

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Do your feet hurt from high heels, casual, or even dress shoes? Many people do not realize that small individual shoe inserts and arch supports are available for those tight spots. Both men and women wearing casual and dress shoes often forgo form (and thus, put up with foot pain) for fashion or price when it comes to wearing high heels and dress shoes. One does not have to give up a comfortable foot as there are many styles of orthotic arch supports and shoe inserts that are thin enough to fit tighter shoes, clear in color (so as not...

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