They hurt my feet. I’d like to return them.
I found them to be OK. They are better than the inserts that came in the shoes. Not as good as the orthotics I have in other shoes but they are a fraction of the cost. I would probably buy them again rather than spend hundreds of dollars for custom orthotics.
I like them but they would work better for me with a more substantial cushioning effect.
Makes my daily walking really soft and comfortable!
I’ve tried more than a few replacement insoles. My goal has been to replace my worn out, VERY expensive, custom orthodics. I can’t say these are a 100% replacement, but they are without a doubt the closest that I have come. At a fraction (very SMALL fraction!), they are a no brainer. Yes, you need to break them in so that they can form to your foot/gait/body type, but with a small investment in time, you will get an absolutely awesome pair of replacement insoles. If you are in doubt, think about it. These are natural cork which will adjust/form over time. Most products are plastic and rubber that return to their original shape. At least that has been my observation. I won’t say these are the last insoles that I will ever buy, but I will say they are the last BRAND!