Step 1 Put your foot in your shoe, mark on the outside of the shoe where the foot is the widest on both sides. Transfer the marks to edges of the insole on the inside of the shoe.
Step 2 Take the forefoot insert, the round lobed shaped one, and match the pen dots on the sides of the insert in line with the dots you made on the insole of your shoe. Place the forefoot insert with the highest ridge, the toe grip, facing forwards.
Step 3 Take the arch area insert, the triangle shaped one, and place the notch two finger widths from the back of the heel.
The insert is now in your heels, enjoy walking in stable shoes that optimally cushion the ball of your foot.
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If you have narrow feet and want to wear high heeled mules - forget it! Your feet slide right down into the toe box or out the front end of the shoe or in the alternative your shoes fall off your feet while you are walking! If you do manage to keep your feet in the shoes they will become tired and suffer from muscle cramps just trying to keep walking plus trying to keep the shoes on!
If you are a plus size gal you may have serious issues with high heeled mules even if you have feet that fit into them just right - that are not too wide and not too narrow. Your problems will mostly come from the instability of the shoes. Both narrow foot gals and plus size gals are in danger of losing their mules or worse. Help is available! Continue reading how to wear mules in complete comfort by tackling each of the problems they present of ball of foot pain, foot sliding forward in heels and instability and wobbliness of high heeled mules.