Dr Dang Dang Metatarsal Foot Cushion Pads Review - Circle Comb
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I’ve had foot issues my whole life. I now know I have flat feet and hypermobile joints, which contributes to a whole laundry list of symptoms, from joint pain to strange workout injuries. I understand how to tackle most of it and live a “normal” life. However, when there’s a product that can help even further, I’m always interested.
Dr Dang Dang Metatarsal Foot Cushion Pads - Circle Comb is an orthopedic shoe insert that promises to help with foot pressure distribution, shock absorption, and overall comfort. They also advertise a slight height increase, but at almost 6’ tall, I personally don’t need any assistance in that area. These are available on Amazon.
The pads are made of silicone and have a slightly grippy bottom that doesn’t slide around in shoes (big win for me). They are reusable and washable. The material is silicone (or something with an identical look / feel to silicone, in my opinion).
I love walking, and now that it’s finally getting cooler outside, I’m walking as much as I can, usually pushing a hefty stroller. Typically, my sneakers work just fine, especially if I add the Dr Dang Dang Arch pad (review here). However, as Fall sets in, I will eventually have to get my warmer boots. No boots I’ve ever owned come with enough padding for truly comfortable long distance walking, and that’s where these Dr Dang Dang Circle Comb inserts come in.
I actually got out my warm shoes and tested them with the inserts - I like the feel of them and the added shock absorption. I can fit Dr Dang Dang inserts into sneakers as well, however I prefer the Arch variety for that since the Circle Comb has a higher rise and doesn’t fit the greatest into lower cut shoes. But for boots they are awesome.
I’m looking forward to doing some serious walking with these in the coming months. For some reason, fresh air makes everything better when it comes to toddlers in the midst of the Terrible Twos. But if you are a person unburdened by caring for mall, grumpy humans, you can still check these out for the added comfort, shock absorption, and weight distribution on your child-free adventures.
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