Good Arch Supports???
MODESTO, CALIFORNIA -- Wow, my feet had been sore for weeks. Prior to going to Good Feet I happen to find another arch supports in the mall for $70.00 But thought that might be to much to pay. Several weeks later and more discomfort ... read full review3 Replies - Latest reply on 07/10/2012
Good Feet Supports - Great Product
DENVER, COLORADO -- I am sick of reading complaints on this company when it was the person who's writing the complaints own ignorance. I have good feet supports, I have also had custom fit orthopedics made buy a podiatrist. ... read full review2 Replies - Latest reply on 05/23/2013
FRAMINGHAM, MASSACHUSETTS -- The store personel was very excited about the product, she claimed she had a miraculous improvement in her back. The cost was way out of proportion to the cost of making the product. Probably 10.00 to make and 299.00 to buy. No cash return under any conditions. My review is a complaint only due to the fact that I am discouraged that I was sucked in so easily. because I was told it would eliminiate my back pain. Upon research on the internet I find other companies selling similar arch supports for $15 to $20 as opposed to $299. Do not be a sucker and try these.2 Replies - Latest reply on 12/06/2009Add reply
Good feet to Bad feet
I went to the Good Feet Store to get orthotics on the advise of my massage therapist (a conversation the first commenter is not privy to) because my arches are so high. I asked the woman what if I don't ... read full review4 Replies - Latest reply on 07/04/2012
Good feet store is a rip off they do not work just go to the DR and get custom inserts I had them in my shoes for 2 years and went to the Dr and now I have to get custom inserts Thanks for all your help Good Feet NOT!!!!!! all I can say I am a sucker. Add reply
My heel and back would hurt in morning and at end of long day. I went to Good Feet Store and got fitted for Arch Supports . Wow, they are very well trained and know there stuff, within 45 minutes I was feeling better. I just wanted to say a simple "Thank You" to all the staff. You have my vote as #1! 2 Replies - Latest reply on 05/23/2013Add reply
Not just good feet, but Great Feet
DELRAY BEACH, FLORIDA -- my partner has terrible bunions, neuropathy and deformed nails that make her feet very uncomfortable.
Many times a day I would hear complaints about her feet, they hurt.
Many pairs of (unworn) shoes ... read full review2 Replies - Latest reply on 05/23/2013
Bad feet Store
SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA -- The Good Feet Store is the McDonald's of "orthotics". Do not waste over $300 for a shoe insert with a pad. The third type of insert I tried that was suggested at Good Feet Store still hurt and made ... read full review2 Replies - Latest reply on 09/20/2012
SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA -- I bought a pair of shoes at Good Feet in Sacramento, Calif. After getting home I decided to look them up on the Internet. I was shocked to find out that Good Feet charged 2x as much for the same shoe. I called and they stated that even though I had not taken them out of the box, they would not give me a refund. I feel like I got totally ripped off. After reading info on their insoles, I am glad that I did not get taken for those too. I am surprised that they are still in business, and feel like picketing the store.2 Replies - Latest reply on 12/12/2012Add reply
No Refund and Inadequate Fitting
BLOOMINGON, MINNESOTA -- I have a foot problem for which I wear a brace and I needed new orthotics.The salesman put me into their off the shelf orthotics without my brace and in their overly stuffed shoes. He had me walk on carpeting ... read full review1 Replies - Latest reply on 08/07/2013
This Store Saved My Wife's Feet
DELRAY, FLORIDA -- I suppose that they might not work for everyone.
However my partner has terrible bunions, neuropathy and deformed nails that make her feet very uncomfortable.
Many times a day I would hear complaints ... read full review2 Replies - Latest reply on 05/01/2013
CRANBERRY TWP., PENNSYLVANIA -- My 83 year old mother went there because she suffered two strokes and was having a difficult time walking. The guy talked her in to supports that cost $295 and they did nothing but hurt her feet. She ... read full review
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS -- All I can say is I spent almost one thousand dollars and did not realize that they have a NO REFUND/NO RETURN policy whether their product is helpful or not. I tried several times to get my problem addressed ... read full review4 Replies - Latest reply on 08/13/2012
Poor Credit Refund
SALEM, MASSACHUSETTS -- After trying on a pair of sneakers for $79.99 @ GOOD FEET Store I purchased them. I wore them one day @ home for 1 hour. The next 2 days I increased the amount of time I wore them by 1 more hour each ... read full review4 Replies - Latest reply on 04/14/2009
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS -- I first went to this store in desperation from Morton's neuroma of the left foot. The salesman started trying pre made plastic orthotics on me and wouldn't tell me the price until the end of the whole demonstration. Then said that will be $900 plus. I got up to leave after telling them that was way too much money. He talked me into buying a less expensive orthotic for $150 that he said would work. They didn't and no refunds. I have gone back 3 times and spent another $400 to achieve what they guaranteed would be pain free to my satisfaction. The 2nd to the last time I went back they said I wouldn't have to spend any more money, that they would just keep exchanging them until we found one that worked. The next time I went complaining I was still in a lot of pain they said my only other option was to spend ANOTHER $400 for another pre made plastic insert. They said that should work. Now, why would I believe that ? Out Over $500 and pain worse than ever! Don't get taken like I did. Why do you think they don't offer refunds!!!???Add reply
TIGARD, OREGON -- I purchased a pair of inserts several months ago. I developed pain in one leg and returned the inserts for a less rigid pair. They seemed to help at first, but eventually the pain became serious enough to affect my mobility. I removed the inserts and substituted inexpensive ones from the drug store. The pain was greatly reduced. I cannot say for sure if the inserts caused or aggravated the pain (I have osteoarthritis), or if it was caused by something else. However, considering the cost of the inserts and the fact that they are non-returnable, I would recommend checking with a podiatrist or other health care professional before investing in them.1 Replies - Latest reply on 08/30/2013Add reply