Good Feet Arch Supports - Way too expensive
OMAHA, NEBRASKA -- I didn't buy this product, so I won't/can't comment on the quality of the product. Here's where I have issues. When I called they said the inserts would be from $59 to $300. I thought O. K., that's reasonable if they correct my overpronation and help with the knee and hip pain I get while running. So I go in and they take some impressions and ask me my foot size. No, they didn't even measure my foot. The salesperson comes out with this whole system of insoles--I think the enforcer, maintainer, relaxer, and paddy whacker, or something like that. Anyway she starts adding up the cost, $300 for this insole, $129 for this, and.... minus a discount for a grand total of $940--wow. She said, How much did you think they'd be?" I said, "Maybe $300 at the most, that's what I assumed when I ask on the phone." She says, Yea, that can be a bit misleading (paraphrase).--YA THINK? I told her I would have to think about $1000 for insoles. She said, "You know 99% of people who say that never come back." I'm thinking, I wonder why and how's this my problem? Anyway, I have a friend who's a sports PT and he told me to try Aline insoles for $80 a pair. I'm not endorsing them, they are just an option. I have a lot of friends into fitness who've had good luck with them. There are a lot of good insoles out there, superfeet $30-40, Alines $70-100. Even custom orthotics are only $200-$300, especially if you can get health insurance to cover some of the cost by getting a podiatrist referrel. My opinion/advice is to stay with professionals. If they refer you to the Good Feet Store then maybe it's a good option.