Friday, January 17, 2014

Arch Support for your Uggs

I know I am like four months late on this post but... better late than never, right?

If you wear Uggs a lot you probably have a little bit of foot pain at the end of the day. It isn't stabbing foot pain, more of just a sore, worn out feeling. This is because Uggs offer little-to-no support to your feet. The bottom sole of an Ugg boot is completely flat. The bottom of your foot is not. That's where these little babies come in really handy!
I found these Dr. Scholl's gel inserts at Target about a year ago. (Target no longer has them so I buy them at Wal-Mart.) I bought a pair of these inserts for my tennis shoes that started to hurt my feet. I also put them in my Converse's.
Earlier this winter I was wearing my Uggs and at the end of the day my feet were sore. It dawned on me to put these inserts in my boots, so the next day I tried it. It made a world's difference!
These inserts are really easy to slide in and out of your boots. They have grey fabric on top and are gelly on the bottom. They are $8.76 per pair at Wal-Mart.
The fur insoles in your Uggs does not stick to the gel.
I seriously can not wear my Uggs without them now!

This review is NOT sponsored by Ugg or by Dr. Scholl's. All of these opinions are my own and I paid for everything with my own money.

Thanks for reading!


  1. Did you size up for the boots so the insoles sit nicely in them? i rounded down a size cos i'm half size and it feels pretty tight at the front. :/

    do you also wear socks with them?

    1. No I just wear my normal size in Uggs (9). The insoles fit fine in the 9 because they don't go much farther past the ball of your foot, so they should fit in any shoe size. Yes I do wear socks with my Uggs.

  2. They are no longer available from Walmart under the link you provided. When you click on it it does provide other options. Do you know which one of these other options is the most similar?


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