RICHMOND, VIRGINIA -- My daughter went to Good Feet. She has a really hard time finding shoes wide enough to fit her feet and she need a good arch support. She wears an 8 1/2 shoe size but in order to get the shoes wide ... read full review6 Replies - Latest reply on 06/01/2012
BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS -- I ALMOST got hoodwinked by this store. Had my credit card out and was about to pay $300 for a pair of plastic inserts. Then it hit me--in my professional life I am familiar with plastics manfacturing ... read full review1 Replies - Latest reply on 10/14/2011
Trying to buy a pair of shoes so my feet won't hurt backed fired. The sales person didn't even measure my foot the first visit. She asked me what my shoe size was and put me in a mans shoe which was to small. Went back and the other employee wanted to sell me more product. All I wanted was a pair of shoes that fit and my feet don't hurt. This time she sold me shoes that were to big. Returning my third time, the store manager said to me "make sure I had the right size because I couldn't return this pair". Ah, I thought that was his job to make sure I had the right size. My feet still hurt, and I will never buy a pair of expensive shoes from Good Feet Shoes again.
2 Replies - Latest reply on 09/24/2011Add reply
Thanks, but no Thanks.
I went in the Jacksonville store and met with a very nice sales person. She took impressions of my feet and got three sets of the same insert, each with a different rigidity - soft, medium and firm. ... read full review4 Replies - Latest reply on 02/02/2013
Don't go to a Good Feet Store unless you're ready for a huge serving of manipulation, intimidation and coercion. They use cult-like brainwashing techniques to try to get you to spend hundreds of dollars on little pieces of molded plastic that cost pennies to produce. Our "salesman" kept trying to stare me down and insisting I agree with everything he said, while mutilating my shoes. When I asked him to stop, he kept doing it. When I asked again, he became angry and abusive. I finally walked out, but really felt like I needed to take a shower when I got home. Ugh!4 Replies - Latest reply on 06/20/2011Add reply
The local Colorado advertising really needs revamping. Every commercial features a retired local pro football player, and the fact that the "doctor?" Has to explain to him how this product helps, every time, makes him and them look like total morons!!
1 Replies - Latest reply on 04/14/2010Add reply
These commercials have been running several years now. I wouldn't touch their product w/a ten foot pole!!
WEST ALLIS, WISCONSIN -- I feel like in my desperation for relief of pain, after doctor/ physical therapist visits, I was taken advantage of. I spent almost $600, because I was promised that my these foot inserts were the answer ... read full review18 Replies - Latest reply on 07/28/2009
ROCKLAND, MASSACHUSETTS -- This product is very expensive!!! Make sure this what you really want because once you buy them, you will not, get your money back. I was lucky enough to stop payment in time But boy did they hassle me. $650.00 for foot supports that are a stock item not custom made. I realized right after I bought them (less than
1 Replies - Latest reply on 04/10/2009Add reply
24 Hrs) I way OVERPAID!! BUYER BEWARE!! I would not recommend anyone I know to do business with this company.
Good Feet Arch Supports = Bad Feet
MURFREESBORO, TENNESSEE -- Beware the pre-formed arch supports sold by the Good Feet companies. There is a reason that the store policy is lots of money up front and NO REFUNDS-- they don't work.
They hooked me for $559 and ... read full review21 Replies - Latest reply on 01/08/2014