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Old 11-02-2007, 10:43 PM   #1
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Default Dr scholls inserts... take out existing insoles?

I have been having some foot pain in my right foot recently, so I got some dr scholls inserts. These to be exact.

But it doesn't say if I need to take out my old insoles. Do I? The instructions just say "place in your shoe so the slightly elevated arch support area rests against the inside edge of the shoe"

do the inserts have to have the existing insole removed, or only if it's a replacement insole?
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Old 11-03-2007, 04:24 AM   #2
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Dr Scholls sucks the D. They make TERRIBLE shoe inserts and I would avoid them by all costs... Even my doctor told me the same. They are fine for about 2 days, then you wear right through them and they start wearing out.

My Dr recommended "Spenco" brand (The green ones) to me, and I will never use anything else. They are about 30% more expensive but well worth the money. I'm on my same pair of insoles for 2 years now and they are just like they were when they were new. I have a pair in every pair of shoes I own, including boots and running shoes.

(I have REALLY high arches and without support and some padding I get really bad back aches)

To answer your question, only take out your old insoles if your shoes are too tight with the new ones in... Normally I wouldn't take them out; I don't .
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