Vionic w/ Orthaheel 2 Pack Relief 3/4 Length Orthotic Insert
I have suffered for years with "BAD" feet.
I have tried every kind of shoe and inserts I could find.
These are remarkable..
I wear them around the house and everywhere I go.
Wonderful investment for such a reasonable price!
I have to say that I was looking forward to receiving these to support my arch - unfortunately, they don't fit my shoes properly - when I try to put my foot in the shoe, the insert slides forward with my foot and doesn't stay put in the heel area...the other thing is that my shoes don't stay on my feet once I put the inserts in them. Sending back...
Adds So Much Comfort and Support
These inserts fit in every shoe I have tried them in to date. They upgrade shoes of average comfort to extremely comfortable footwear that supports my feet throughout long 12+ hour work days. Have helped tremendously with plantar fasciitous pain. It's extremely rare now that I have any flareups.
Almost as good as new shoes!
Purchased these to wear in the shoes that I already own. I have many pairs of the orthaheel including sandals, slippers and mules. These are almost as good as new shoes and now I can wear the shoes that have been waiting in my closet. Thanks for a great product.
Good support but length doesn't work for me
These inserts offer a lot of support but I can't get the shoes to stay on my feet once I put the inserts in them. The 3/4 length won't work in my dress shoes so I'm sending them back. On another note...as another reviewer mentioned, these do offer the same type of support I get from the orthotic inserts I got at the Good Feet Store. The Good Feet inserts cost me around $800 as compared to these Vionic inserts that are a fraction of the cost at $66.50 for a two-pack here at QVC. Wish these had been available when I was desperately searching for arch support a few years ago. I love the Vionic brand!
I am a nurse who has work 37 years in a hospital . These inserts has saved me. , because I have had foot issues due to working so many years .PS I work 12 hour shifts .
feet & back feeling better in flats.
I have purchased 2 pair of the tides last year & love them. So I thought I would give these a try for my flats. I have back, hip & feet issues for many years now. I pretty much live in sneakers & as you know that doesn't work for most occasions. When I bought my tides the said go down a size- but when I bought these it sounded like I should order my true size so that's what I did & seemed like it was the wrong fit. the front part of the orthotic was jabbing & hurting the ball of my foot. I gave it a couple days - minutes @ a time & wanting it to work. It didn't so I cut a huge portion off the orthotic & tried that. well, not a good idea. my foot was uncomfortable & the orthotic was not a gradual slope any longer. I ended up taking fabric & padding the front portion of my shoe. It feels better. & I do use them. Still not sure if the size down would be better.
I had been resigned for the last 30 years to wearing athletic shoes with thick, clunky orthotic inserts. With these insoles, I can wear 'normal' shoes again.
Should Have Checked First
I need a wide. Wish I had read reviews first. There are a lot of women who have wide feet and we need to be recognized.
The solution for Ballet Flats
Had purchased ballet flats and found they had no support and could not wear them for more than a few minutes. These fit in beautifully. Also great in a moccasin and loafer. I even put them in house slippers for around the house and cooking. The extra support is wonderful as I am recovering from posterior tibial tendinitis.
I feel so much better! These work just as well as custom orthotics from the podiatrist and as well as the $1,000.00 (yes, $1,000.00) inserts from the "Good Feet" store. I have a size 9 wide foot and these work perfect.
I will definitely purchase these again! Thanks!
not what I expected!
I wear the big, cumbersome, custom made orthodics. I ordered the half length insert to wear in cute shoes I can't fit my orthodic in. I see why they give you 2 pairs. They are cheap, flimsy, look like the little arch support they provide will break down after using once or twice. Not what I expected from Vionic. I did keep them as they will work for a time or 2 in a pinch when I just have to wear those cute shoes that mine won't fit in. They may work for a short time for those that need the support and can't afford custom orthodics or the Vionic shoes.