Review the ranking of the Best and the Worst in high heel shoe cushioning. See if you can find the one you wear most often, and compare it to the other six.
The 'secret' to making sure you get high heel shoe inserts that will work for you and give your foot maximum comfort is to never buy or wear high heels that are too tight. Customize your high heels with foam inserts that have at least three important features. 1. The cushioning should never crush. The 'new springy foam' feeling should last forever. 2. The cushioning should be soft, never hard and slippery like gel or a rubber/plastic combination. 3. The inserts should hold your foot back against gravity 100%. Much of the pain of high heels is from toes and forefoot being crushed. Bonus if the inserts you choose stabilize your high heels to stop wobbles - a big help in platform heels or high heeled sandals.
A ‘hack’ for Clark’s wedge heels - more comfortable cushioning than the original without crowding your toes - for your best all-day office wedges! Materials: 1 pair Killer Heels Comfort ball of foot pads & 4" x 4" x 1/16" craft foam
A ‘hack’ for Maddon Girl ankle boots adds cushioning that is much better than the original to stabilize and cushion your foot for long walks in the park, a comfortable commute to work or a Saturday morning full of chores. Materials: 1 pair Killer Heels Comfort ball of foot pads, 8"x12" x 1/16" craft foam
Blogs written for high heel wearers should give useful and good - and safe - information about high heel comfort. I write blogs where I try to do that - plus dispel myths and bad "tips". I have an offer for two FREE high heel shoe inserts sets if you buy one from Amazon. This is your chance to try these innovative design ergonomic high heel shoe inserts in THREE of your favourite heels for the price of outfitting ONE.