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Scholl Gel Activ Insoles Varieties $10-$14 (50% off, Was $20-$28) @ Woolworths

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Was looking for these not sure how good they are but half price worth a try.

Men's Everyday, Sport & Work
Women's Everyday, Work, High Heel

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  • +3 votes

    12 hours shock absorption to alleviate pressure from being on your feet all day.

    Do Scholls have a version for people sitting on their bums all day?

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    Are these any good for Plantar Fascitis?

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      No.

      Source: have both.

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        Sorry to hear! I just self diagnosed myself with it lol. I'll see the doc soon. Do you have any recommendations from your experience for insoles/shoes?

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          Plantar pain can be mitigated by exercise. The most effective one to my condition is rolling a small bottle under my foot. Really helps de stress those muscles in the foot arch.

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      Not much arch support in these.

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      https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Extracorporeal_shockwave_the...

      That massage gun looks doing the same thing

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      No, but probably better than spending $600 on a hard podiatric insole that will screw up your foot even more.

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    It’s good for a few weeks. After your own heavy weight pressed the foam, it won’t bounce back again. Not last long enough for obese persons I guess, even Sketchers has the same prob.

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      heard sketchers overrated/not worth, what else is good?

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    i find these pretty good compared to the default insoles you get in most shoes that are too thin and wear out quickly.

  • +1 vote

    Bought the 'work' variety a few days ago. Not bad for $14, decent comfort. I want to try the 'sport' one as well just to compare.

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    Lookong

  • +3 votes

    i have to negative vote this — once you open the packaing on the back says to replace every 6months etc …shouldnt they disclose this first