Randy Dodge

 •  October 05, 2018

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I have been a volunteer at an aviation museum for 2-1/2 years. In order to support the weight of the aircraft, the concrete floor is about 4 feet thick. I also walk over to a major university football tailgate party and spend most of the day on my feet in an asphalt parking lot. For a while now (at least the 2-1/2 years I have been at the museum) I have been searching for a combination of insole and shoe to be comfortable during and after those events. I walk that concrete floor in the museum for 4 hours at a time. I used to wear a combination of insoles, but my bad back, and hips would always be stiff and my ankles would swell after a shift. Since I started using Protalus insoles, I am not nearly as stiff and sore as I was before. Nothing is ever going to heal my back, but using these insoles has made participating in the things I enjoy so much easier on my lower joints. Extremely happy I found this product and will definitely recommend it to friends.
Gerad C.

Gerad C.

by Adri Sahagun • October 05, 2018

These are awesome for my feet. The insoles help me make it all day, with support & comfort. The best I've had.

Jodi A.

Jodi A.

by Adri Sahagun • October 05, 2018

I was apprehensive to try Protalus due to cost and because I was simply unsure what I was looking for in an insert. But the graphics in the ad showing how the Protalus fits and provides stability resonated and information from other reviewers helped me decide to make the investment. I chatted with a representative who provided guidance on sizing and suggested the M-100 for my son’s specific needs.
It took a few days of adjusting to wearing them, but they’ve been a game changer for my son. 

S. K.

S. K.

by Adri Sahagun • October 05, 2018

I was a skeptic, but wow!  I was surprised by how comfortable they first felt as opposed to orthotics because of the "give" they allow. The high "heel cup" was a real game-changer for me, as I need stability in my heels, and with Protalus there was no more friction/rubbing in my sore area that the orthotics created.