Of course, at $12.95 a pop, Kushionz are about 62% more expensive than the inserts from Dr. Material: Killer Kushionz are made from something that resembles a high-tech foam, while Dr.
After hoofing it around the SD in the doc’s inserts for a few days, I stopped caring about the price difference and missed my Killer Kushionz. I don’t think I’ve worn anything with a heal on it since my high school graduation 6 years ago!

I’m not a fan of the full inserts for heels, but the ball-of-foot cushion are lifesavers.
Scholl’s Insoles are made from some kind of thermogenic (my word) gel that turns my shoes into a steam engine, for reals! They’re basically an adhesive gel insert, like a cushioned sticker, that fit into high heels to hopefully make them more comfortable. Scholl’s inserts are carried at most drugstores, and sometimes even at grocery stores like Safeway.

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