Dr. Scholls Athletic Series Running Insoles for Men, Large, 1 Pair, Size 10.5-14
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- Designed for runners to help prevent pain from runner’s knee, shin splints, and plantar fasciitis. Also effective for everyday use to support your foot while in motion
- With Triple Zone Protection to reduce shock by 40% and help reduce wear and tear on your legs
- SweatMax technology helps reduce foot odor
- Fits Running shoes & Sneakers. Trim to fit shoe size
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Size:Large We designed Dr. Scholl’s Athletic Series Running Insoles specifically for runners to help prevent pain from runner’s knee, shin splints, and plantar fasciitis. They have Triple Zone Protection to reduce shock by 40% and help reduce wear and tear on your legs. The package includes one pair of replacement insoles to fit men's shoe sizes 10.5-14. Dr. Scholl's has been a trusted brand in foot care since 1904 when Dr. William Mathias Scholl, grandson of a cobbler, launched the company under the name Dr. Scholl Inc.
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I'm 60 years old and my legs feel the age. I work 12 hour shifts and these insoles have turned a gruesome day into a tolerable day. I currently have 4 pairs of these insoles that are in my routinely worn shoes, as well as the original pair in my work shoes. They show no signs of failure and are just as comfortable as when new.
Honestly, I cannot recall the last time I've been able to do that. For once I was able to actually enjoy my trip!
I'm on my second pair now after abusing the hell out of the first pair through 2 different pairs of shoes. The first pair of these has some of the fabric coming off (understandable after 4x ~10 mile hikes over very rocky terrain, and lots of other abuse), but actually they still work fine and I can't really tell a difference from the new pair!
I have abnormally high arches and have never had this issue with these insoles before. Being that they're so high and the plastic still comes into so much contact, I can imagine these would be even more uncomfortable for someone with lower arches.
Sadly, I spent about $30 on both pairs of insoles, and both were too uncomfortable to even walk in for short periods, let alone run 5 miles. I won't be purchasing these again.
This past sunday I played a game at 10am, took an hour of BP/running around in the outfield, and another game at 1pm. I totaled about 15,000 steps, most of it running, and had no pain in my shins at all the next day.