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  • Vionic With Orthaheel Technology Unisex Oh Relief Full Length No Color Insole Lg (Men's 9.5 11, Wome
  • Vionic With Orthaheel Technology Unisex Oh Relief Full Length No Color Insole Lg (Men's 9.5 11, Wome

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Vionic With Orthaheel Technology Unisex Oh Relief Full Length No Color Insole Lg (Men's 9.5 11, Wome

Vionic

Vionic With Orthaheel Technology Unisex Oh Relief Full Length No Color Insole Lg (Men's 9.5 11, Wome

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Product Description Product Description
  • Provides everyday comfort and support, Podiatrist Designed, APMA Seal of Acceptance
  • Our full-length orthotic replaces your shoe's removable footbed.
  • Ideal for casual, flat shoes and walking shoes.
  • XS: Women's 4.5-6 / Men's 3.5-5 S: Women's 6.5-8 / Men's 5.5-7 M: Women's 8.5-10 / Men's 7.5-9 L: Women's 10.5-12 / Men's 9.5-11 XL: Men's 11.5-14
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Must haves for low archesI've used these for years, and usually walk 10,000+ steps as day, whether as my job as a nurse and/or at home. I've had "flat feet" since I was an child (I'm now 54) and had "cookie" inserts when I was little. It's impossible for me to walk barefooted in the house without my hips hurting eventually. These have saved me. I often order shoes with these inserts built in, but for brands that do not have this option, I either use the full or half insert. I cannot go without them. Even my husband is using them as he works out because he doesn't feel like he has full arch support. 5Not Long LastingI was really happy with these at first because I could feel the difference in my arch support and it immediately helped with my plantar facistis. I have worn them for about a month now though and I think they have worn down because they just don't feel like they are supportive anymore, it feels like I have flattened them out! 3They really worked for my plantar fasciitis.Amazing I cannot believe it, but this product pretty much made my symptoms disappear. I had suffered from plantar fasciitis. I put these in my work shoes...it took a few weeks, but the pain just went away. Amazing. 5I've heard and read a lot of good things about these insertsI've heard and read a lot of good things about these inserts. I didn't come to the same conclusion. They may "support" the arch of your foot, but that's it. They bring no "comfort" to the foot, just support. You can buy insoles that have "support" and "comfort" to the same price, or less. 2Effective and AffordableThese orthotics were recommended to me by my podiatrist about 10 years ago. They make a big difference in my comfort level and if I buy a new pair of shoes I buy a new pair of orthotics. In fact I have some shoes that I ve had for several years and I have purchased new orthotics as eventually they do break down with wear about 2 years). They work for me and my particular kind of podiatric foot problem. They are very affordable for a real foot support . 5Amazing reliefI was unsure about trying these inserts because of some bad reviews. I would like to address the negative feedback given.I already had a pair of Orthaheel slides for wearing around the house. They were a God send and although I still have PF (in both feet) I can now walk without intense pain in the house. But I needed shoes or inserts that would help me when I left the home. So I decided to give these "Relief" insoles a chance. I bought both a pair of the 3/4 length and the full length. I received the 3/4 length first and they did help some but my feet felt like they weren't secure enough. However I can wear them in dress shoes (flats, not heels) ok. Then I received my full length and was concerned that they would be too much for my loafers. I was pleasantly surprised that they fit in the shoe and I still had room for my feet. :-) I also have a bunion on my right foot and it is hard to find shoes that I can wear that don't irritate the bunion. Much to my amazement I can wear these in my loafers and they still don't bother my bunion. The paperwork states that supporting the foot properly with these inserts is suppose to help with bunions too and I have to say they must be correct.I have read that these inserts are cheaply made. I don't agree at all. No, they are not custom orthotics but they are well made especially for the price. They are extremely light weight and maybe that makes people think they are cheap but they are well made. The light weight is really an advantage.Some inserts people complain that they are too stiff and hard. These inserts make me feel I am walking on air. I couldn't believe how wonderful they felt the first time I stood on them. They seem to absorb the shock of walking with the heal hitting the floor and being cushioned instead of the hard pain from regular soles. Yet to feel them you would not think they are cushioned. I had some spenco inserts from a few years ago but they were hard and unbending so they actually hurt my heels more. These support your foot's shape, without being hard, giving good arch support which is needed with PF.Note that these can be cut to fit your shoe easily. They expect you to do that. Also they suggest taking out the insert of your shoes before inserting these. My loafers you cannot do that and yet the inserts still fit with no problem.You do have to break in wearing them slowly. I had more of a problem, not with my feet, but with my hips and lower back getting use to the new way of walking and standing that these inserts created in my body. I have more of a problem then most would because I also have fibromyalgia so my body over reacts to change. After about two weeks my body is now starting to get use to the new support and I have no doubt that hips, low back and knees will be forever grateful for the new support.Do I still have pain in my feet? Yes but not as much and I can stand and walk for much longer periods of time then I could before. I expect it to get better as time goes by.I just want to stress that these are NOT cheaply made and DO cushion the foot and heel as they support the foot. Everyone is different and you have to try for yourself what will work in your circumstance. Just don't be afraid to try them because people say they are cheaply made. That is not the case. I just ordered two more pairs so I don't have to change them in shoes all the time. Also they do say to replace them once a year as needed depending on how much you use them. 4Footpain and found relief.Needed something to help support my arch was having problems with pain etc. Had to trim just a bit to fit in my sneakers but what a difference. Does help me. Thank you! 5Changed my life - Saved my careerI can't say enough about these inserts. I am a nurse thus on my feet all day, long shifts. I developed Plantar Fasciitis horribly. I was literally limping through my day and my foot was so swollen at night I was bed ridden from the moment I got home. I had started cortisone injections which helped but my podiatrist recommended I have custom orthotic inserts made to wear everyday for $450.00 or I could purchase a non-custom pair from him for $60.00. I declined his offer since I was wearing a pair I had just purchased for $100.00 from a shoe store that customizes in "running" inserts.Needless to say, the shot worked great for a couple of weeks then the pain was worse than ever. Finally, a co-worker told me about Orthaheel inserts. She too had suffered from the same foot issues, used Orthaheel inserts and it was gone. At less than $40.00 bucks I thought it was worth a try. From the moment I put them in my shoes. I was hooked. I can't tell you what a world of difference they have made for me. My only regret was I didn't find these sooner. I went from a Mom who couldn't attend amusement parks or go to the mall on my days off with my kids to a Mom who does it all again including regular workout classes at the gym. Oh and I almost forgot, my podiatrist compared them to the inserts he sells and was very impressed and told me to stick with them.I can't say enough about Orthaheel. I now have a couple or pairs I rotate from shoe to shoe. I have also discovered they are somehow affiliated with Vionic shoes so I have purchased several pairs and would highly recommend purchasing those as well.Thank you Orthaheel for changing my life and saving my career. 5and these are wonderful in sneakersI had plantar faciitis in both feet for 3 years, and these are wonderful in sneakers. I have high arches, and even though my feet are better, I still put these insoles in all my shoes. The full length are good for sneakers and boots with a wide toe box. For dressier shoes or boots with a narrow toe box, get the 3/4 length. For high heels or flats, get the slim fit. I have one of each and they all are amazingly comfortable! If you can only afford one pair of insoles, go for the 3/4 length, you should be able to fit them in a larger variety of shoes. 5Plantar Fasciitis (PF), see ya in my rear view mirror!For those who know how painful PF is, it bites when you're trying to overcome it by simple exercises that don't address the main problem: restoring correct foot alignment & arch support. That lead me to purchasing several insoles, foot contraptions, and almost resorting to the use of a wheelchair in my near future. That's where I found SuperFeet and Orthaheel insoles.Pros- OMG, they work. Pricey but what you actually get what you pay for here. At first they were difficult to get used to because it felt like I had a cue ball under my foot because the arch support was incredibly high. But Orthaheel knew what they were doing. That's when I realized that my low arch need to be restored RATHER than just finding a comfy insole to MAINTAIN support. Plus, the heel had a gel-like circle that helped with PF pain from each step too. After a few weeks of use, my PF pain dropped from a 9 to a 3-4, and dropping.Cons- Compared to the Superfeet insoles (awesome too), the construction of Orthheels don't quite compare. I might get 4-5 yrs out of the Orthaheels compared to the 20+ years from the Superfeet. That says a lot. The heel support isn't as "tough" as what they offer on their PF sandals, but then again insoles aren't a few inches thick like their sandals. A little too "soft" when using cross-trainers and walking shoes which is where my Superfeet Green work best because they are quite firm and have a tremendously solid construction.Arch support and PF recovery are working on my Orthaheels products. Together with their sandals & insoles, I can see light at the end of this 8-month journey into pain (and slow weight gain, uugh). I've been trying out different insoles rather than going the expensive route of custom insoles (several $100s) so it's been a learning process. Many of the Superfeet insoles I tried were quite comfy but my PF pain continued. The Copper DMP (low arch), Black DMP (low arch), Blue (mid arch), and Green (high arch) weren't made for that, but they're awesome insoles MADE for great foot support AFTER treating PF.Conclusion- Now this is just my experience with the Orthaheel insoles, and the Superfeet insoles. The Orthaheel doesn't have the same durable construction as the Superfeet (Orthaheel might last 4-5 yrs) but it's specifically made for PF recovery. By the second week of using the Orthaheel sandals, pain dropped considerably. So why not try their foot insoles? Well, I did.Orthaheels insoles & sandals were made to address Plantar Fasciitis (PF), and they do. However Superfeet work better AFTER you've recovered from PF, or in shoes with a lot of cushion. Since I enjoy walking & my German Shepherd dog loves to also, I noticed that Superfeet work better on cushioned shoes like cross-trainers, walking shoes, and running shoes. My Orthaheel works better on footware with limited cushion like hiking boots and dress shoes. I experienced this from lots of blisters and foot pain, but this is what works for me. So in conclusion, I will continue to buy both Superfeet Green (high-arch) as described above, and Orthaheel insoles/sandals for Plantar Fasciitis recovery. 5
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