Best foot health care products according to redditors

We found 1,339 Reddit comments discussing the best foot health care products. We ranked the 664 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Diabetic food care products
Shoe inserts & insoles
Foot odor control products
Wart removal products

Top Reddit comments about Foot Health Care Products:

u/strocknar · 52 pointsr/EDC

Maxpedition individual first aid pouch

zipper pocket:

u/leveraction1970 · 48 pointsr/HadToHurt

Fuck the athletic tape. Just use this stuff.

Stick it to the parts of your feet that rub against your boots, heel, big toe, second toe if you've got freaky feet. It's peel and stick and takes like 2.2 seconds to put on before you put on your socks. You can cut it to whatever shape you want to fit your foot better, but you don't need to be that accurate for it to work.

u/OpticalPrime · 37 pointsr/Whatisthis

I’m betting it was an outdoor wedding. These go on the bottom of high heels so you don’t sink in the grass.

u/GreyReanimator · 14 pointsr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

It's good to buy a pair of 2inch heels to wear every now and then to get used to them. That way when you want to wear the 4inch ones you are comfortable. But for now, just wear them around the house and vacuum. It's a great way to get used to them. When you walk keep your eyes up and stand up straight. Walk heel to toe! Try to walk on a line to get a good hip movement with your toes slightly pointing out. If your arch isn't touching buy some dr. Scholes heels inserts. They stick to the soul and give you more arch support. Also you must buy a roll of dr.scholes mole skin to cut up some pieces about bandaid size and keep in your purse to put on your skin when you get a blister. You WILL get blisters!
Dr. Scholl's DreamWalk For Her High Heel Insoles (1 Pair) Women's Sizes 6-10

(The ball of foot pad is also good if it hurts there more then your arch)

Dr. Scholl's Moleskin Plus 24" x 4 5/8" Padding Roll, 1 Count

u/counternovel · 10 pointsr/malefashionadvice
u/duxdude418 · 9 pointsr/malefashionadvice

I'm partial to moleskin with adhesive on the other side, myself. Admittedly more expensive, though.

u/OMGitsMoses · 9 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Get charcoal inserts!

I had the same problem that you have and they are working like a charm.

u/beachesatnormandy · 9 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

Have you tried moleskin ? I cover blisters or areas of concern and it normally prevents further pain.

You should be able to buy it at most pharmacies or big box stores.

u/roflwoffles · 9 pointsr/Ultralight

I've found, after numerous boots and insoles, that truly good fit really comes down to insole selection. As long as the boot/shoes are the right size for your feet, the comfort is going to be almost all on the insole.

Figure out if you have a high/low/flat arch and figure out if that arch is short, regular or long.

Here is my experience:

  • For me, I have a high and long arch. I also like to have cushion in my boot to prevent soreness, so after numerous trial & error I have finally settled on the Spenco Total Support Max insole which have a high arch/high volume and moderate cushion.I bought one size larger and cut down to my size - this was to accommodate my long arch. Previously I had tried the Superfeet Green (high arch, high vol) and Orange (high arch, high volume, high impact), but they didn't have nearly enough cushion for my liking and I would end up with sore feet.

  • My buddy is very flat footed and prefers the Superfeet copper - he actually prefers the lesser cushion from superfeet.

  • My girlfriend tried Superfeet Berry for a little bit, but she cared less about the orthotic support and really just wanted something super cushy. This led her to skip over some of the Spenco orthotic options (like what I had) and straight to something like these comfy polysorb insoles.

    I should mention that I used to be a big Superfeet fan, but now I am definitely in the Spenco camp - especially when it comes to what you get for the price. I have Spenco insoles in 3 pairs of boots/shoes and it cost me the same as buying 1 pair of Superfeet.
u/RyanThePhotog · 8 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Washable Terry Cloth insoles, in place of wearing no-show socks.

These are similar to what I wear.

u/hangonlittletomato · 8 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

I typically wear a 6.5 in flats and a 6 in heels.

I discovered these heel grips recently and they're AMAZING. It is almost impossible for me to find flats/heels that fit both feet perfectly because my left foot is a tiny bit smaller than my right. My left foot used to slip out pretty frequently. I've stuck the grips on two pairs of heels and they fit great now. The suede feels really nice and the adhesive is strong. I recommend purchasing them if you have problems with shoe sizing.

u/Serae · 8 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Once upon a time my feet were beautiful And for some reason once I hit my late 20's I as getting hard heels and calluses like weeds in a park.

I lotioned and used acid peels. I changed my shoes and literally used a razor to razor off the skin. There was no cure. And "Baby Feet" was a waste of money that ultimately took almost 2 months to stop looking like Parmesan.

So I bought Amopé Pedi Perfect Foot File - Electronic Pedicure Too on Amazon. It's gentle, not very noisy, and takes a little time, but once a week on dry feet I buff up the hard spot and then apply a basic shea butter (like a giant $7 Trader Joe's jar, so nothing fancy, and I have fancy foot bullshit) and put on fuzzy socks and slippers. Which is is about 5 minutes out of my week, it has been the one thing that consistently has kept my feet looking nice. While I can still feel hard spots by the next week, I cannot see dryness or cracking. So as far as looking like pretty feet, this keeps up the act.

u/Smith5002x · 8 pointsr/amiugly

You are extremely cute! You are not even close to being repulsive.

Unfortunately you have picked a career path that makes it tough to meet girls in college. For every CS girl in the classroom, there are probably close to 1,000 guys competing for that same girl. You are going to have to figure out ways to meet girls outside the classroom.

Are you OK with talking to girls or are you extremely shy?

Do you go out to bars, private parties, etc? If not, you need to in order to wider your circle of friends. You could also consider girls outside campus such as a cute waitress at the Pancake House. She might be thrilled to have a college guy interested in her.

I can't tell how tall you are. If you are shorter than 5'8", you may want to consider doing what allegedly Tom Cruise does. Buy Elevator Shoes or Elevator Shoe Insole Lifts which can make you 4 inches taller. Of course, anything higher than a couple of inches start to look fake, but some of the 3 inch and shorter look good enough.

You may want to start working out to get a little more bulk, but I have no suggestions for that face. It is good and those teeth are out of this world fantastic. Flash them often.

u/urlefthand · 7 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Why is this better than pedag terry-cloth insoles?

I got a pair last year and they were wonderful. Bought three more for this year.

Edit to add that the ones I bought last year are still in great shape. Also, while the AMZ link shows Women's, they come in multiple sizes.

u/cheshire06898 · 7 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

It depends on the outfit for me. If it was cold or I didn't want my ankles exposed, I'd wear some taller black socks. If I wanted my ankle to be exposed, I'd go for a boat shoe sock (like this style). I like the boat sock style a lot because it has a little more material on the fore foot, so I find they stay on my feet better. It also helps to find some that have a bit of silicone in the heel. Another option are washable shoe liners.

u/archaicfrost · 7 pointsr/alpinism

Why are you planning on buying a boot that from your own description doesn't fit you? Try on other boots to find one that fits you properly. I've heard Scarpa are a bit narrower (I think?) so that might work better for your heel. For context I generally wear a size 9 in most shoes, 8.5 in 5.10 Guide Tennies, and the Nepal Evo in 42 fits me perfectly.

Alternatively if you still really want to get this (ill fitting for you) boot you could try something like these patches, they might fill just enough space in the heel to prevent slippage, but I think you'd be taking an unnecessary risk buying these boots.

EDIT Didn't embed the link properly for the ENGO blister patches that might help with the heel slippage, here's a link:

I've seen other similar products too, and I haven't used them so can't speak to how well they'll work, just an idea.

u/misseff · 7 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

I buy flats half a size bigger, and then I put in insoles and these things. I used to always have problems even with higher quality flats, but this has solved it.

u/CaptainClough · 7 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Definitely a Screen Protector

A Travelling Case would be nice.

I also added Dr Scholls Moleskin to the front of my dock to reduce the risk of scratching the screen protector. (Two small strips on the parts inside the dock that are raised.)

A Memory Card also helps for the digital only games.

What color Switch did you get? I got the grey switch then bought a pair of Red Joycons and another pair of Blue Joycons. So in total I have a grey, red, and blue L Joycon and a grey, red, and blue R Joycon.

If you got the grey switch and then buy the [two color Joycon packs] ( then you won't be able to get one of each color for L/R without over paying. This is because the [two color Joycon packs] ( are always Red L and Blue R.

If you bought a neon switch, then buy the [two color Joycon pack] ( and a pair of Grey Joycons for all combinations.

Also, don't buy Joycons on Amazon, they are stupid expensive right now.

I don't have a pro controller yet, but people seem to love it.


Zelda = Must Buy

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe = Must Buy

1-2 Switch = Great for parties/friends

Snipperclips = Great for people who don't play games often (girlfriends/parents/kids). Secret here is to not explain how to play/what to do and let them have fun and try to figure out the puzzles on their own. Act like a support character and you'll have a blast watching them.

Binding of Isaac = I love this game, but put countless hours on the PC version. Mature themes

Super Bomberman R = Classic mode with easy CPUs is fun for roommates. I haven't played through the adventure mode yet.

Wonderboy = Cute/Fun side scroller.

Has Been Heroes = I don't have this yet, apparently very difficult.

Other notes:

I started collecting amiibos after getting a switch (Be very careful, it's easy to get addicted and drop a ton of money here).

I got a Joycon charging dock since the only way to charge extra pairs of Joycons without the Joycon charging dockis to rotate them in and out of the switch while it charges/docked.

Let me know if you have any other questions!

PS I love the Switch so much. It's definitely my favorite console ever.

u/VictorRobellini · 7 pointsr/VisitingIceland

It really depends on how you are traveling the Ring Road, but most of this will be useful.

  • Lip Balm
  • Hand moisturizer
  • Suntan lotion
  • Good sleeping bag
  • Good wind/rain jacket
  • Gloves
  • Scarf
  • I always travel with at least 3 meters of rope/paracord and I always find a use for it
  • Muli-tool / Swiss Army Knife
  • Thick socks (especially for sleeping)
  • Sandals / Flip-Flops
  • Garbage & Grocery bags - Big and small - for dirty clothes and garbage
  • [Mole Skin] ( - Don't let blisters slow you down
  • Small bottle of hand sanitizer
  • Biodegradable wipes
  • Extra map
u/SSGTObvious · 7 pointsr/AskMen

Wash your face every night before you go to bed with a facial cleanser. Or morning if you work night shifts.

Use moisturizer. Also use beard oil if you have a beard. Yeah, the rugged look is sexy, but dry hands and face are not.

Silk pillowcases are better than cotton for your skin and hair.

Wash your bedding items at least monthly. And if you wear hats a lot, wash them too.

You can use the skin treatments in the makeup aisle (anti-wrinkle cream, creams that reduce under eye bags and darkness, etc). It;s better to start using them when your younger and the wrinkles haven't formed than waiting until you look like Farnsworth.

Brush your teeth.

Drink lots of water.

Cut down on junk food being overweight, smoking, and excess drinking. Not only are they bad for your health, but they age you like crazy.

Use sunscreen!


Exfoliate your body and use body wash.

Take care of your hands and nails. Keep them trimmed, cleaned underneath the nails, and use moisturizer. Same with your feet. You can even buy something like the Amope or a pumice stone for dry heels and calluses on feet.

I like a guy with a natural forest, but if you want to shave your pubes:

  • Trim the hair first. You use a trimmer or scissors and a comb (comb opposite growth direction of hair to make it stick up so it's easier to cut), Be careful. You want to be able to see what you're doing, not go to the hospital to stitch up a cut next to your dick.

  • Take a hot shower and exfoliate the area. The hot shower is to help soften the hair and exfoliating is to remove any dead skin cells and make the hair stick up, resulting in a closer shave.

  • Use shaving cream. Yes, you can use the women's shaving cream. You can also use shave gel or even conditioner if you want. I've found the cheap V05 brand that's like $.75 at my Kroger works just as well at the expensive shaving creams.

  • Use a sharp, new razor. A lubrication strip is good and the women's will work just as well as the mens so get those if they're cheaper.

  • Stretch your skin as you go. If you've ever seen that clip of the show The Drs where the woman complains about how men just always cut their faces during shaving and the cosmetic guy makes her shave a cucumber and a melon to compare shaving a a woman's leg to a man's face, you'll know that its easier to shave flat surfaces instead of lumpy, loose, or curved ones. So use one hand to stretch the area flat and the other to shave. Which way? Whichever you want. Against the grain for a much closer shave. With the grain for less chance of irritation and ingrown hairs. Hell, go left to right if you want. Have fun with it. Make a cool design like a figure 8, a triforce, or a checkerboard.

  • If you want to shave your buttcrack, I find it's easiest to squat down and grab one cheek and pull it towards the side. Shave that side then switch. I use an epilator though, so try and see whatever position is easiest for you.

  • Afterwards, gently exfoliate. Rinse off and dry. If you want, you can apply a post shaving cream, found usually by the women's shaving cream and the brand Wal-Mart carries is Bikini Zone, to reduce irritation and any redness.

    Oh yeah, if you do that in the shower, it's a good idea to have one of these. It'll be easier to clean up after yourself and you won't clog the drains. If you have a anyone with long hair in your house or using your shower, you should already have one in every shower they have access to.
u/phrates · 6 pointsr/goodyearwelt

I had a similar problem with my C&Js, and I used a tongue pad like this. It actually works really well, so that's something you could consider.

u/thatswacyo · 6 pointsr/running

I got the exact same blisters due to my shoes' insoles getting jagged edges. Here's what fixed it for me (YMMV):

  1. Blister patches that you stick in your shoes to cover up whatever is rubbing against your foot:

  2. Wright Socks

  3. Body Glide
u/nmgoh2 · 6 pointsr/pokemongo

Regarding the blisters: You're gonna need more pokeballs, so you can't wait weeks for them to totally heal!

So here's what you do:

  1. Get a needle or knife or something, dip it in alcohol, pull it out, and run a flame over it. Bonus points if you have a flaming knife for a second.

  2. Pop dat blister. Just a little hole. Drain all the fluid out.

  3. Dry your foot and cover the blister with Moleskin

  4. Put a fresh pair of shoes & socks and get dem balls.

  5. Every time you get back, take your shoes & socks off and let the wound dry.

  6. Change your dressing every day. If the blister tears and/or falls off, change out moleskin for neosporin and bandaids.
u/jbee27 · 6 pointsr/AskWomen

Gold Bond foot spray.

Makes my feet substantially less sweaty and smelly. :-)

Gold Bond No Mess Spray Powder Fresh 7 oz.

u/Vepr762X54R · 6 pointsr/army

True bliss is when you discover Gold Bond Spray

u/harperwharris · 5 pointsr/LocationSound

In my admittedly limited experience, yes you are using moleskin to mimic what undercovers do. I've found that the thinner moleskin tends to work best. This is a good bulk roll that I've found works great, and is not as thick as it says:

I've found that moleskin with a little Joe's Sticky Stuff works really well and will stay put.

You can also buy packs in any pharmacy, usually found in the foot care section. Hope that helps!

u/mybeverage · 5 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Maybe try an insole? I hear good things about Powerstep and I personally use Superfeet which has helped my overpronation.

u/HeyYoEowyn · 5 pointsr/xxfitness

My boyfriend is a bartender, so he's on his feet 12-13 hours a day, and his shoes get wet, and don't really have a chance to dry. His feet fucking SMELL, like I make him take a shower before he gets in bed and they still stink up my sheets even after he washes them.

The problem is, once the bacteria is in the shoes, it gets on your feet and your feet re-infect the shoes even if you wash/disinfect them. So you have to treat shoes and feet at the same time. It's just an overgrowth of bacteria on wet/warm surfaces.

This foot powder is miraculous. You use it for three days and put it in your shoes and it gets rid of the smell completely. There's enough in it for a few treatments, too.

u/RedBarchetta1 · 5 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

I found this thing at Amazon a few months ago, and my feet have never looked better:

u/tanboots · 5 pointsr/army

Only one powder is good enough to swear by.

u/Rocket92 · 4 pointsr/AskReddit

If you want to suggest something to him Gold Bond Medicated Foot Powder

Works wonders for smell, and gives you a nice tingly feeling in your feet.

Just don't put it anywhere else.

u/autophage · 4 pointsr/Fencing

Make a donut shape out of moleskin and apply it such that the hole is where the blister is.

Probably not great advice for the competition, but i might allow it to heal a bit in the meantime.

u/punk_ass_ · 4 pointsr/TrollXChromosomes

I've seen a few threads around Reddit about this issue recently since it's getting warm out and one of them led me to buy this shit right here and I put it on before going for a run in short shorts a few days ago and IT WORKED

u/west90403 · 4 pointsr/malefashionadvice

You could try tongue pads.

u/TheOnlyCaveat · 4 pointsr/running

I just got my Engo blister prevention patches yesterday. I don't have a long run planned until Saturday but I went on a three miler yesterday and didn't even notice them.

Anyone else had any success with these? I get blisters on the outsides of my big toes. The reviews for these patches were great so I'm looking forward to doing 8 miles this weekend and seeing how my feetsies feel.

u/joeonyoface · 4 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Pedag Heel Grips

I use these on a pair of slip ons that I have trouble keeping on. They work perfect. Not sure what color your shoes are but these blend into mine.

u/crow_baby · 4 pointsr/fitness30plus
  1. I cannot agree more about the advice on good shoes and socks that others are giving here but would like to add...
  2. Moleskin:
    This stuff kept me from quitting so many times.
  3. Also, I don't know where others are starting but I was quite a bit overweight (still am, but much less so) and felt too embarrassed to stop and stretch if I needed to. Do it, stop, stretch, no one is judging you.
  4. Clothing can be a huge contributing factor. Dress for the weather but give yourself layering options when it's cold and hats or visors for hot weather. Sunscreen, sunscreen, sunscreen.
  5. Don't judge yourself by others progress, style or pace. Do what feels right for you. I was 50 when I started and thought I should be keeping up with the 30 year olds. Nope, but let them try to catch me now! JK, I'm still slow as hell but it doesn't really matter.
  6. I think the biggest mistake in form I made was pulling myself along. When I started concentrating on pushing off and kicking out behind me a bit it made a huge difference in my stamina and actually alleviated lower back pain I had suffered with for years.
  7. Remember to have fun. Take a friend or leave out the earbuds and enjoy the world.
  8. Not all progress will be strictly forward or at the same pace. Give yourself a break for injuries or after a long weekend of out of town guests. But don't let yourself fall out of the habit. It's a million times more difficult to get back to than it is to just slow down for a walk or two.
    Sorry, this has become a monstrous post but humoring a friend who wanted to start walking has changed my life. She quit and I kept going. I faltered, dropped out and then came back to it and can't tell you the pride my 5k and 10k medals bring me. Not to mention the 70 pound weight loss that came with them.
    My biggest advice would be to be kind to yourself. Don't beat yourself up with unattainable goals and don't judge yourself by what others are doing. More than anything, just get out there and do it.
u/daaangerz0ne · 4 pointsr/LifeProTips

Alternately, shoe spray is a thing

Edit: Wow talk about close minded. I've used this stuff in my work boots for 4 years and counting. Eliminates smells and makes my feet not itchy.

u/natalooooo · 4 pointsr/weddingplanning

I have two pairs of shoes for my wedding! I got a pair of heels from Lulus for the ceremony. I'm going to use heel stoppers with them since my ceremony is outdoors. I also got a pair of Keds (they don't sell my specific pair anymore) for the reception. The Lulus were so inexpensive and I had a coupon on the Keds that I got both pairs under my shoe budget.

If you want comfort and height, Keds does make platform wedding shoes! Their wedding line is a lot of sparkles. I got mine from their Rifle Paper line which is more embroidery and florals.

u/pilot64d · 3 pointsr/goodyearwelt

Put a Spenco RX thin insole in them. It will change the boot into an every day wear and doesn't take much room. (anyone who tells you that "walking around on crushed cork is comfortable" hates there feet. Birkenstock's aren't comfortable either)

u/RamenNomin · 3 pointsr/BuyItForLife

I have IRs and comfort was a big things because I walk alot.
Also wanted insoles but found that most were too thick to be in them.

I got these and were thin and dense enough to make a big difference. I can wear them all day with no issue.

u/Opentoextrapolation · 3 pointsr/bjj

Try Moleskin until it heals. I keep a bunch in my bag cut up in different sizes

u/kryptonite4789 · 3 pointsr/running

2Toms will save your shit. BodyGlide never quite cut it for me.

u/HashtagAlphaWerewolf · 3 pointsr/Fitness

Unless you're like me and have a hairy chest...bandaids always won't stick well and fall off all the time. For runs under 10 miles I've found that 2Toms Sportshield works much better on the nipples than body glide. For long runs over 10 miles I use Nip Guards and they're great!

u/hkaps · 3 pointsr/TrollXChromosomes

Try odor-fighting insoles. I swear by these things!

u/RLThrowaway062019 · 3 pointsr/RepLadies

I just ordered these from Amazon. They should be here tomorrow. I ordered black/39. I'll let you know how they workout!

u/gingko_muse · 3 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

You could try washable insoles like these, instead of no-show socks

u/go_greengo · 3 pointsr/goodyearwelt

Sorry I don't know which ones I have been using. I went to the Alden of Madison store while wearing the longwings and after chatting a bit about sizing they gave them to me. Good guys at that store.

They kinda look like these.

u/BaggySpandex · 3 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Tongue pads should help you. I use them in my Pennies.

u/alilja · 3 pointsr/malefashionadvice

i have a pair of red wings that are a touch too big for me, i attached these to the tongues and it solved the problem

u/FormalReasoning · 3 pointsr/running

I used to get blisters under the arch on my one foot. Here are some things that really made a difference for me:

  • I started using these Engo patches and haven't had any more blisters in the arch area.
  • Waterproof moleskin tape mentioned in another comment have made my toes so much happier. Combine that with the Injini socks and I've been able to do longer, blister-free runs.

    I also used to have a pair of Newtons with a really wide toe box and noticed I was getting more blisters with them. Switched to a shoe that was a bit narrower and that seemed to make a difference too. So as others have said, make sure the shoes fit and are laced well.
u/kkruns · 3 pointsr/AdvancedRunning

Great first race! I highly recommend these blister pads before your next race. Just pop one in your shoe in the location of your blister from this race. They work miracles!

How do you plan to train between this race and the next one?

u/ediblesprysky · 3 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

Is it the top seams rubbing you? If it is, moleskin!!! It seriously saved a pair of sandals that were ripping up my ankles (I went home bleeding one night). I got these patches because they were self-adhesive, but if I were doing it again, I probably wouldn't go for the bright blue, since it made it a lot more necessary to trim them very precisely!

u/UsernameNeo · 3 pointsr/BuyItForLife

This too. As I said above, it got the wet smell out of wet leather boots. That says it all!

u/snipun · 3 pointsr/preppers

This is what I grabbed for blister management.

Dr. Scholl's Moleskin Plus 24" x 4 5/8" Padding Roll, 1 Count

u/triplealpha · 3 pointsr/pharmacy

There are two items in life you never go cheap on: footwear and a mattress.

Most professionals that stand on their feet that long everyday invest in a solid pair of professional shoes (ie: dansko) as a way to prevent varicose veins, spider veins, foot, ankle, and lower back problems. I cannot overstate the importance of getting good fitting, comfortable shoes. See if there are any custom fit shoe places in your area (ie: Good Feet Store or The Footworks Store) and get properly fitted.

A second recommendation I would have is to get yourself a nice pair of gentle compression stockings. Even as a man I wear them (who lifts up your pants during work and would ever notice them?) and they are a god-send. Dat feeling of taking them off at home never gets old.

Finally, since you'll be on your feet more and in professional shoes the uncomfortable idea of foot sweat and foot fungus needs to be discussed. When you get out of the shower in the morning, thoroughly dry your feet and in between your toes. I'd recommend spraying some gold-bond foot spray between your toes prior to putting on your socks.

u/calerii · 3 pointsr/phoenix

If you're embarrassed about your feet I'd check out the [TONYMOLY Shiny Foot Super Peeling Liquid.] ( You can get it from Amazon, you sit with your feet in these plastic bags for two hours with the solution inside. Then about a week later your feet start to peel like crazy. At that point I recommend doing a foot soak and before you take your feet out rubbing them in the water to get more skin off.

After doing that you can get Amopé Pedi Foot File , on Amazon, to help maintain your smooth skin. Also make sure to lotion.

Now if you just want the experience and the enjoyment of a professional pedicure as others said just go to any local place. They don't care what your feet look like they just want to make some money.

u/S-1C · 3 pointsr/climbing
u/InaneD · 3 pointsr/bouldering

There are a few simple things you can do that will help #1. dont put your shoes in a gym bag when your done climbing, leave them where they can breath and dry out faster. #2 I use Lumi shoe spray from time to time, link is below. #3 put them in a bag in your freezer for a day or 2 it will kill most of the bacteria and will help knock the edge off some. #4 if they are super funky toss them in the washer on cold / cold then let them air dry, they will come out smelling like new.

u/1Man1Machine · 3 pointsr/discgolf
u/BonhamsFourSticks · 3 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

What about something like these heel protectors? I used something similar for an outdoor wedding. I wish I had them in Oxford when I was in university. I destroyed my beautiful Manolo Blahniks on those streets!

u/deadfermata · 2 pointsr/NoStupidQuestions

Kinda. Foot powder exists.

Since smelly feet is caused by moisture, etc. Using this can help to minimize any issues with smell which in effect is a kind of 'deodorant.'

u/umdtoucla · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

sprinkle a little of this all around the inside of the shoe.

makes the shoe smell nice. makes your feet sweat less which makes the shoe less grimy which is why it smells.

u/theholyllama · 2 pointsr/frugalmalefashion
u/NippleButterfly · 2 pointsr/frugalmalefashion

A tip for making the break-in easier is to get some thin insoles. I have these in all three of my Red Wings:

Spenco Rx Comfort Thin Lightweight Cushioning Orthotic Shoe Insole

Get one size higher then the Red Wing size. I wear size 9 Red Wings and got size "Women's 11-12 / Men's 10-11" Spencos and they fit perfect without any trimming.

u/smexycan · 2 pointsr/ultimate

I use belega and they prevent most blisters for me. New cleats should help you avoid more blisters but if you still get them, moleskin will be your friend

u/piratesmama · 2 pointsr/orangetheory

2Toms SportShield - Anti-Chafe and Blister Prevention for Your Body, Sweatproof and Waterproof, Prevent Skin Irritation from Chafing, Roll-On 🙂

u/BlueEyedBabe310 · 2 pointsr/Coachella

super easy, not messy, water proof, sweat proof, can use it anywhere. ive used it for the last 9 years of coachella.

u/irun4steak · 2 pointsr/marathons

I’m sorry, I sweat wayyy to much for Bodyglide to work on me. After 6 miles it rubs off and I either have to apply more every couple miles or just give up and let the chafe take place. I don’t like running with extra weight in my water pack. So I use 2Toms Sportshield. It’s the only thing that’s gotten me through 14+ miles without chafing. It’s super waterproof and sweat proof. And it doesn’t leave any weird film/rubbery feeling on you like TriSlide does. I do my research. Yes, I’ve tried 3 brands. But use what works for you. I suggest 2Toms for all over your body. 2Toms Amazon link

u/c10layman · 2 pointsr/running

Running shorts with the built in liner are all I run in with zero issues. Also, Sport Shield works great for preventing chafing.

u/Jeade-en · 2 pointsr/running

The best anti-chafing product I've found is 2Toms. It's basically like a roll on liquid deodorant...put it on where needed.

u/ashtree35 · 2 pointsr/running

I second this! I use a product similar to bodyglide (this), and it works like a charm. I haven't experienced any chafing while using it!

u/Vangohhh · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Maybe try thinner insoles? I've been using these dr. scholls to help with the same issue and they work pretty well.

u/shadytrex · 2 pointsr/todayilearned

These inserts are magical.

I mean, if the shoes are really awful, you might just need to replace them, but I was really impressed with the way these cleared up the smell in my gross summer flats. (Wearing flats with no socks in the summertime...ick.)

u/proleteriate · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

i have the same problem, this solves everything

Dr. Scholls

u/queenbeluga · 2 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

I use these and I like them a lot! Edit: Just realized that they are no longer available on amazon, but maybe you could find them elsewhere?

u/then00bmartian · 2 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

A quick search on Amazon shows they are! I've never used them myself. Just saw them suggested here at some point

u/imsnurgalicious · 2 pointsr/FrugalFemaleFashion

Hmm. I’d never heard of these but now I’m bummed they don’t work. I did just order these inserts on amazon and am using them for the first time today. So far I think I like them! But time will tell.

u/postgradcopy · 2 pointsr/pics
u/haveyouseenmyglasses · 2 pointsr/rupaulsdragrace

Those are different, I think. I got mine at an Aldo shoe store in Canada but these are pretty much exactly the same:

I feel your pain, I had chronic stank foot every summer for years before I found these. I hope they work for you!

u/MatNomis · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I did.. I used some Moleskin ( this stuff: ).. Mainly because I had some laying around and I thought the fuzziness would be advantageous. It works pretty well, maybe slightly too snug. Initially I had it not only on the “bottom” (underneath the joycon) but also curling up the side a bit, but that made it a little tight to get the joycons in, so I trimmed it down, which pretty much solved that. I know others have used electrical tape, or even sticky notes. Sticky notes would certainly be the easiest to experiment with.

I’ll see if I can’t get a snap of how mine looks.

u/gunsforfun · 2 pointsr/guns

Amazon Provides. It should also be available in your pharmacies along with bagged milk and instant-poutine. Okay, I made the last thing up, but seriously that would be awesome if instant poutine was a thing.

u/xfortune · 2 pointsr/frugalmalefashion
u/i_330 · 2 pointsr/premed

S U P E R F E E T. I know they're pricey, but they're SO worth it--I couldn't have made it through a year of scribing without them.

u/l3db3tt3r · 2 pointsr/WildernessBackpacking

Consider your insoles as well, they don't just offer support. If wet footwear is a common thing, get insoles that aren't like sponges, that tend to collapse and reduce function when wet.. If you need the extra cushion, look for gel, instead of foam, gel won't retain water. Superfeet have a pretty high track record with thru-hikers.

u/MalinaRana · 2 pointsr/medicalschool

I'm a fan of Naturalizer shoes and boots. If I think the arch support is a bit on the weak side, then I replace their insoles with Green Superfeet Insoles.

u/ohliamylia · 2 pointsr/C25K

Brooks Adrenaline GTS 12 (womens). Went to a running store and they analyzed my gait, gave me two choices. I think I liked the color better on these. Very scientific, I know. I took out the inserts and use these Superfeet insoles because I have high arches and I want to save my heels the torment. They're absolutely incredible.

u/MrDongji · 2 pointsr/tennis

You're most welcome.

Yeah, superfeet insoles immediately help me feel more stable yet plush.

Orange and green superfeet insoles so you can read what thousands of people think of em--not just me.

I have black ones which are the thinnest for my work shoes and hours standing on the train.

The orange will be the most plush; however, I found that they are so plush and thick for my Vapor 9.5s that there's ever so slightly some heel slippage so I opted for a lower-profile superfeet and now wear these Runner oriented superfeet for tennis.

I would search other brands too, there are some decent ones--I just preferred superfeet since I have had my black ones for years and works for me.

The ones you wear for tennis will definitely start to fray and that's okay as long as the actual mold and insole isn't cracked or anything like that. Superfeet has replacement policies but the wear on mine are minimal atm (had em for 2 months now).

Gotcha, we play similar frequencies about 3 to 4 times a week.

Yeah, if you go with Nike 9.5 Tours just know if you toe drag and slide, they're gonna look like this for the toe box area and out sole(first light blue pair is this year, prob 5 - 6 months | second black/purple pair was few years ago):

I know a lot of people including my dad who wore Barricades--they are stable and bulkier so it's preference. They are solid and last longer I would generally say than Nike. Both have their place.

I personally value court feel and weight (lightest) shoe then stability so I've gravitated towards Nike over the years even tho I started in Barricades.

The 2017 barricades are okay, I put my foot in one and walked around--it's stable--just didn't have that "wow" this thing is plush and comfy feeling I get with my Vapors and Ubersonic 2s (obvious price diff) also see Asics recs.

Vapor advantage, I guarantee you will be almost identical to Vapor 9.5s.

You just spend less prob ~$60 - 70 for new pair to wear out in 4 - 6 months as opposed to the $140 or $180 (flyknit) and imo, more aesthetically pleasing 9.5s. If that money is worth aesthetics and "same" shoe that Fed is wearing then it is worth it! Look good, feel good, play good yeah?

Just my opinion, hope this helps.

Check out Asics--very very underrated. I would even go as far to say they are more comfy than some of my Nikes and Adidas.

Specifically the 3 and the 7.

I'm just bias towards Nike since tennis shoes were Vapor 9 back then and now I really like the 9.5s.

Interesting to see what the Vapor 10s will look like--I feel like I won't like em.

Trend I see is tennis brands adapting a sock fit rather than tongue which I do not like.

Rafa always always gets his custom shoes with a big fat plush tongue--it's his preference if you focus on what his shoes look like compared to the consumer version.

u/hommeschooled · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Try some tongue pads, you can get them from any shoe repair place or on amazon

They stick to the inside of the tongue and push your foot further back in the shoe. Should do the trick if you don't plan on sizing down.

u/cyn1c77 · 2 pointsr/goodyearwelt

There is nothing wrong with have svelte ankles! (That is what I tell myself anyway.)

I use tongue pads to get a good fit with high volume boots. Tongue pad example on Amazon. They stick inside the tongue and let you get more lace pressure on your instep in situations like yours.

You can make your own once you sort out your needs as well.

u/ZoidbergTheThird · 2 pointsr/goodyearwelt

Thicker socks and insoles. It's also possible to fill up some volume with a tongue pad.

u/ajd578 · 2 pointsr/goodyearwelt

I've used these from Amazon.

u/vanpatten · 2 pointsr/NavyBlazer

If your heel completely slides out of it when you walk, then I would go down a half size and see what that is like.

Another option is to get tongue inserts to stick to the inside of the tongue, this makes the shoe fit "tighter" and prevents heel slippage. Here's a link

u/gattaca34 · 2 pointsr/medicalschool

My mom went to the podiatrist for plantar fasciitis and he recommended going to a Shoe box store to get some in-soles. The people there recommended "superfeet green" insoles and my mom bought some alongside merrells. I tried them out as well and felt so good that I bought a pair for myself as well.

u/Eric-R · 2 pointsr/LetsChat

unbelievAbly great,

Your timing is stunning. I checked before leaving the mine and you'd sent your message of no breaths. I've been by Kaiser to buy the specific insoles "prescribed" by the podiatrist, by the credit union to withdraw a breathtaking portion of my savings so I can be ready to buy the right bike at the right moment, and hit the store for some essentials that just cannot wait until Wednesday or Thursday. Upon arriving home I check here (yes, before putting groceries away...) and you'd left a message five minutes before. You're good, really good.

I wouldn't think you should expect to catch up in one day but are you trying to? Everyone happy to see you back?

I've plenty of smiles to send and plenty to keep, even after sharing them with anyone who'd take one today, so here's a little one to keep with you for the rest of your mining time:


always has a smilE for you

u/JohnMayersEgo · 2 pointsr/Fitness

I had the same problem. I went from high arch to a flat foot and back again. Minimalist shoes and barefoot running were NOT the answer for me. They have a crazy cult following and they may be the answer for some people but not everyone. Everytime I see anyone try to explain that to a barefoot or minimalist runner they just get told that they probably just didn't ease into it enough or their form was wrong. Bunch of bullshit.

Anyways here is what you can do for that arch. Get yourself some arch support. Make sure you're not progressing too fast on your runs. Barefoot or support you always need to make sure you're taking care of your feet and rest is the best medicine. The superfeet arch support soles work by having a layer of hard plastic under the layer of cushioning so it prevents your arch from collapsing every time you step on it.

I also suggest massaging the area frequently. Rolling a golf ball or tennis ball under your foot or using a foam roller will do the trick. Get the calf as well. Keeping it stretched out will help prevent plantar fasciitis too.

u/redhatpanda · 2 pointsr/goodyearwelt

I have ordered these Will see if that helps.

>That being said how long ago did you purchase the boots? I believe they have a 30 day comfort guarantee.

I ordered these from domesticdomestic not Red Wing directly. And I have worn these outsides, so ethically not a very good thing to do by returning now.

u/YourWaterloo · 2 pointsr/AskWomen

I bought blister pads on amazon that you stick directly into your shoe (so they're semi-permanent) and they reduce friction thereby preventing blisters. I had a pair of birkenstocks that were comfy except for the fact they rubbed my insole raw, and I put on a couple of these pads and it's been a miraculous improvement.

So if the shoes you end up getting still cause some blisters, I highly recommend the pads!

As for shoes, maybe it's a bit old lady-ish but I really like Naturalizer for comfy work-appropriate shoes. I just find them so much more comfortable than 'younger' brands in the same price range.

u/HikingDawg · 2 pointsr/Ultralight

Slight tangent...I hiked in Lone Peak 2.5s last summer and will likely be replacing them with 3.5s soon. I picked up a pair of Altra Instinct 4's a couple months back for street running and found that the heels rubbed, causing blisters to start forming. The lining on the inside heel of the shoe was actually wearing through. I checked out the 3.5's and they seem have the same heel design (pushing forward more than the 2.5s). If you happen run into a similar issue with the 3.5s, Engo blister patches completely resolved the problem. I highly recommend always having these on hand.

u/Maple_girl · 2 pointsr/AskWomen
u/sarowen · 2 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

Seconding this! I really like [Pedag's Padded Leather Heel Grips] ( They also help out when your flats are just a little bit too small (to keep them from slipping).

u/Krvnik · 2 pointsr/weightlifting

I'm size 10 US in Nike Free Run 5.0, and my Romaleos are size 9 US. My toes are touching the toebox, my foot is 27.5 cm long, while Romaleos 9 US are 27 cm, but my heel still slip a little bit. I have narrow foot, and these heel grips solved that problem.

u/soniaj87 · 2 pointsr/TwoXChromosomes

It is a cheap thing, but perhaps these will help? if not, try to get sandals or open heeled shoes.

u/sun-and-stars · 2 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

I just bought three pairs of these heel grips and lined the back and sides of my oxfords with them. My half-size-too-big shoes now fit! They're pretty cheap (but you do need to buy them with something else since Amazon is now doing that add-on item thing), so I think it's worth a shot.

u/AsherTheFlasher · 2 pointsr/lifehack

"On your toes" foot powder did wonders for my husband. We had tried everything. This stuff actually kills the bacteria. It honestly works. I get it on Amazon. On Your Toes Foot Bactericide Powder - Eliminates Foot Odor for Six Months, 21 grams (One Pack)

u/CUMSUCKING_POZ_FAG · 2 pointsr/askgaybros

Hey there, I had a similar problem for a loooong time. My balls smelled like fish food no matter what I did. Until, on a whim, I put this stuff on my balls, taint, and around the base of my penis for several days in a row. Got rid of the smell for several months, then when it came back I did another round of it and the smell was gone for good. It really works.

Note that the only ingredient in it is zinc oxide. You can get it much, much cheaper in bulk rather than packaged for this brand, for instance here It's toxic if you inhale it, and the powder is very fine, so be careful when you use it.

u/steph_ish · 2 pointsr/Greyhounds

We use moleskin on the part of the plastic basket muzzle that rests on the dogs' snoot -- here's an AU link:


You could try moleskin. I had a problem with my head gear because some genius decided to put the seam on the side against the skin instead of the outside. Instead of applying it to my skin, I put it on the head gear. It usually stuck on there for a while. Likewise you could try just straight up medical tape applied to the head gear.

In addition to all that, you might try putting some moisturizer on where it chafes, something with lanolin in it. Alternatively, you could also try deodorant or anti-monkey butt powder or any other anti chafing solution. Google chub rub for a plethora of suggestions.

u/lotrouble · 2 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

Try applying some moleskin padding to the leather. It won't compromise the leather like heat or water will, and it'll protect your feet while you're still breaking them in.

u/mastersnake44 · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

I've actually had this problem with running shoes, and it was easily solved by attaching some moleskin to the offending area of the shoe.


u/RainbowSpectrum · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

spray powder summer is coming. We finally found some around here but it was methol flavored. That's not refreshing near your sensitive areas. That's all i am saying lol

I took a sip of something poison, but I'll hold on tight

Thanks for contest and the doctor shout out ;)

u/personal_failure · 2 pointsr/bigboobproblems

I highly recommend Gold Bond Spray Powder for underboob moisture control.

Just don't get the one that is supposed to be cooling because that shit burns.

u/draginfly · 2 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

I don't wear socks ever, and finally discovered [Gold Bond Spray] ( after ages of trying not to make a mess with powders. Game changer, spray my feet and go.

u/capulinflicker · 2 pointsr/bonnaroo

Gold Bond now makes a spray. No mess, plus its easier to get into those hard to reach crevices. Your grundle will thank you

u/TSC2 · 2 pointsr/tennis
u/marypies78 · 2 pointsr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

Before bed, I use a callous remover like this every few weeks, or when needed. It looks like a cheese grater for your feet, but it works wonders! I have also used electric versions like this, which are great if you don't have a lot of time to spend. But honestly, the chess grated looking callous remover works better!
Then I follow up with a thick, heavy moisturizer (Vaseline is inexpensive & works very well), and put on cotton socks to sleep in. In the summer, my feet tend to get rough much faster, so I also will do a quick scrub at the end of my shower every few days with a pumice stone.

u/throwawayso30 · 2 pointsr/sexover30

Dat knurl wrecks my hands, so I bought one of these for weekly maintenance. It does a really nice job if you actually remember to use it. Also, lotion.

Back when I used to not telework I would just go down to the lab and help myself to some emery cloth. We stocked everything from 120 to 1200 grit.

u/SystemFolder · 2 pointsr/wheredidthesodago

The Ped Egg, the Pedi Perfect, and the like are way too expensive. I use a Stanley Surform Pocket Plane instead. If you want something that scrapes lighter, a 6 pound bag of Char-Broil Lava Rock is much cheaper than a single Aisilk Earth Lava Pumice Stone.

u/TheComebacKid · 2 pointsr/ems

This stuff works wonders and is natual but the smell is super stronk so a little goes a long way

u/lizzpop2003 · 2 pointsr/AskMen

Get some Anti-monkey Butt, sprinkle a little in his underwear. It works wonders!

u/KatsMeyow · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/Scrublife99 · 2 pointsr/weddingplanning

you can get little clear things that go on the heel if you're worried about the spike sinking into the ground! It even has the shoes from this post haha


u/knitting_miscreant · 2 pointsr/weddingplanning

have you looked into heel stoppers ? if its mountainy, maybe heels still aren't a good idea but if its relatively flat I wouldn't rule heels out.

u/Chevron · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

Like this?

u/iPodAddict181 · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

Gold Bond, seriously. But make sure to dust it out after use.

u/Eskaminagaga · 1 pointr/NoStupidQuestions

Nope, something like this. It is basically just baking soda, talcum powder, and herbs to smell fresh and reduce chafing. A friend of mine had a bad foot odor and it wasn't until he started using it that it went away.

u/cowsareverywhere · 1 pointr/Vive
u/PurpleCoco · 1 pointr/cringepics
u/dangoodspeed · 1 pointr/AskReddit

I've only seen yellow ("original strength") and the green ("triple strength medicated"). This blue one ("Maximum strength medicated") is new to me! It says foot powder, but does anyone actually use it on their feet? Update: You can buy the blue on Amazon.

u/imagoodusername · 1 pointr/goodyearwelt

I've had success with Spenco RX Comfort Insoles. AE recommended Superfeet when I was in there last, but I used the Spencos for a year with my 1000 Miles, and thought they were great.

I'm debating also trying 3/4 length insoles, which will probably help out when there isn't much room in the toe box, but I need to tighten up around the arch.

Lastly, these Terrycloth insoles and a tongue pad are my go-to's for boat shoes.

u/NeanderMat · 1 pointr/weightlifting

I'd suggest buying different sizes, and sending back the one that doesn't fit, which should be totally free for an Amazon Prime eligible product.

Some insoles also have cut marks so you can just adjust it to your needs.

Here are some examples after a quick search.

Personally I use Kaps Cork adjustable insoles but they are not sold on the US Amazon (I live in France), but they are very similar to the ones I linked last.

Lastly, you can also go to a Foot Locker or this kind of Sneakers shop and ask for a simple insole, this way you would have the opportunity to try them on and see if they fit. I have an old pair of AND1 flat insoles from when I used to play basketball a decade ago and they are still in a pretty good shape, I use them to replace my cross training shoes soles to flatten the drop.

I hope it helps.

u/dangerhayes · 1 pointr/RedWingShoes

These have been great so far. Helps fill a little volume and adds a bit of cushioning.

Spenco Rx Comfort Thin Lightweight Cushioning Orthotic Shoe Insole, Women's 11-12.5/Men's 10-11.5

u/KiR3 · 1 pointr/hockeyplayers

I use the Superfeet Yellow in my skates and I chose to use the Yellow over the CCM because of Superfeet's "warranty" (just make sure the store you buy it from honors it or has something similar, or buy it from Superfeet directly). However, I feel that it doesn't have much padding so much as support in the heel and arch area. If you want padding, I would recommend something like this, plus it is much cheaper. I use that in my hiking boots where I need more padding rather than support.

u/Hanzo44 · 1 pointr/explainlikeimfive

idk if you can see this in canada, but, moleskin

u/YouthMinistry · 1 pointr/goodyearwelt

I agree with not sewing anything into the tongue. I would suggest thicker socks or moleskin. The moleskin is self adhesive and you could apply it to the back of the tongue or the top of your foot.

u/factor_of_X · 1 pointr/HadToHurt

Oh Dear!
I knew a hotshot who swore by moleskin tape

u/vnlqdflo · 1 pointr/loseit

I hate thigh chafe so much. Even this year as I lost weight, I have less chafe but still some. Thick or thin, I can't live without 2Toms Sport Shield. I know I probably sound like an ad, but it seriously works so good. Lasts pretty much all day, doesn't wreck clothes, the bottle lasts a long time. It's the best.

u/piratesgoarg · 1 pointr/orangetheory

2 toms sport shield!! I put it over the areas that I would get rower burn and never have an issue anymore.

u/passion4apples · 1 pointr/loseit

Well done! /r/running recommended Sport shield to me. It is glorious for longer runs.

u/Logs22 · 1 pointr/bootroom

I have this stuff that I put on my feet before I play and it works miracles. I had the same problem as you.

u/wake3d · 1 pointr/running

2Toms. It works for wherever you get irritated. I use it on the backs of my heels too.

u/Disco_Infiltrator · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

Don't wear socks. If they start to smell, or to prevent a smell, buy these and use some Gold Bond. The insoles made my perma-smelly boat shoes from last year wearable again.

u/Gnugglesworth · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

I have them and was able to add these. They were snug but not overly tight.

u/a_marsh · 1 pointr/femalefashionadvice

If you like preppy shoes, look at penny loafers. You mentioned trouble with boat shoes lasting, though - to make any closed shoe last longer, wear it with no-show socks or terrycloth insoles. Either of those will absorb sweat and so your shoe lining won't deteriorate as quickly. Using cedar shoe trees at night will make them last even longer, and getting two pairs to alternate would be even better. Taking good care of your shoes can really help lengthen their lifespan.

u/ab167 · 1 pointr/femalefashionadvice

Here are my fits with my loafers on

I find them to be really versatile, actually. I wore them all through the spring with no socks (with shoe liners) and they are much more comfortable in warm weather than boots, obviously. I'd have to see specific fits to know for sure, but it sounds like you should be able to wear them easily. I think loafers used to have more of an old-lady connotation, but they are quite fashionable at the moment.

I made a loafer album with a variety of styles for someone ages ago--maybe something will strike your fancy:

u/20dollarnosebleed · 1 pointr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

Instead of using those frustrating socks, I have two pairs of these.

They're washable and easily slip in and out of different pairs of shoes. That way I don't ruin my flats but don't have to bother with socks!

u/bakwadaabizhiwewinin · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

It's not a "heel" insert. It's a foot insert - runs the entire length of the shoe and is removable so you can remove them and wash em. I have wide feet and the shoe is quite wide so there is sufficient space for me to put [Pedag] ( terry cloth inserts in them. I wash the terry cloth inserts weekly (and leave in the insoles in Moku's) the terry cloth inserts last me the summer. The Mokus have a nice open mesh so they breath really well so my feet don't sweat too much. Now I also have a pair of [SeaVees] ( Army Issue. These don't breathe very well so my feet sweat like crazy in the SeaVees.

u/_whitenoise_ · 1 pointr/femalefashionadvice

These are the ones I use.

u/MasterJonah · 1 pointr/Vive

I didn't write down the exact names of the parts, they're all 1 1/2 inch, some of the corner pieces are listed under the images I posted. For the straight pieces of pipe, we bought a very long pipe and cut it into the different pieces ourselves. The pipe and pipe insulation was bought from our local hardware store, everything else my dad already had in his collection of hardware. Worst case, you can order the other miscellaneous stuff off Amazon. We eyed everything and kept making small adjustments until everything was the right length. We cut the moleskin and furniture padding ourselves to fit the controller mounts. I'd make a trip to the hardware store, it should be quick and easy to identify all the parts.

If you can't find the moleskin/furniture padding, I found what we used on Amazon:


Furtiture Padding

Sorry I didn't have a whole lot of specifics, but I hope it helps. Just start on the project and keep making adjustments and testing it in-game until everything fits, it really is worth the effort.

u/shellibelli · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

I use these for when I buy shoes too big in order to fit my wide feet. The only problem with using those is that its going to be awkward in boots. You could try putting padded moleskin on in the shape you need. I just put it straight on my shoes, although I try not to use it on more expensive shoes because it does peel off and then my shoes are sticky.

u/ifornia · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

Get a sheet of moleskin from a drug store (in the aisle with other foot care products). Cut it to size and slap it over the back to foot. It'll prevent shoes from rubbing too much on the area.

u/spacedoser · 1 pointr/longboarding

I get them on the side of my foot from digging into predrifts around turns. Get some moleskin and keep going!

u/Hambulance · 1 pointr/femalefashionadvice

You could maybe try adding some adhesive moleskin to the squeaky shoe bits.

u/giganticbulge · 1 pointr/Barber

What insoles are you using? I started using SuperFeet ( last year after battling plantar fasciitis for a bit (I'm flat-footed), and these worked WONDERS. My pain is 100% gone. My back feels a bit better too.

On top of that, use Oofos ( around your house. They're ugly as sin, but incredibly comfortable and provide support. Combine the two, barely walk around without arch support, and you'll be in good shape.

Sorry for the link gore.

u/screwyoushadowban · 1 pointr/amateur_boxing

Loose in length or loose in width? Because if they're a little too long AND the tongue is made of solid fabric or leather (instead of mesh) you can buy tongue pads that stick to the inside of the tongue. Don't bother with inserts for the back of the heel/achilles unless you also beef up the front of the shoe: heel pads alone don't push the foot enough to tighten properly.

If you want an insole just to fill up space it should be soft, thin and flat so as not to alter whatever insole is already in there. I like the Moneysworth leather insoles. Size up if you are in between sizes, they run a little small.

u/shapelystory · 1 pointr/femalefashionadvice

This may or may not work with non-laced shoes, but I just learned about tongue pads. They're little fluffy/padded stickers kind of like heel-grips, that adhere to the tongue of a laced shoe or possibly just the top of your shoe wherever it's too loose. Maybe that would help your sliding-forward problems.

u/xxsilence · 1 pointr/goodyearwelt

Shrinking? No, but you can try tongue pads or heel liners. If you have an AE store you can take them too, they're usually pretty great about helping make them fit, including the things I mentioned (I think they do tongue pads).

Edit: Something like this or this.

u/averageUsername123 · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

I've used these types:

I recommend getting a medium one.

u/mstacle · 1 pointr/goodyearwelt

Yes, it should help to make the boot fit about 1/2 size smaller overall. There are also tongue pads and heel pads that you can stick on, but I have no experience with those. Link

u/wanderedoff · 1 pointr/goodyearwelt

These ones worked well.

What are you using them for though? Tongue pads and heel pads have different purposes.

u/pastafariantimatter · 1 pointr/frugalmalefashion

I have the same problem with 11.5/12's. I buy 12D's and put these on the underside of the tongue, which stops the heel slip/squeak.

Ideally, though, you should buy a narrower shoe. 12B's fit me perfectly, they're just hardly ever available for anything but full price and are usually custom order.

u/MittenZz · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

You should have gone with the size 41 and put a tongue pad in the left one. One of my feet is 1/2 a size bigger than the other and this works perfectly.

Nothing you can do about shoes that are too small I'm afraid.

u/MagnarOfWinterfell · 1 pointr/goodyearwelt

I'm thinking of using a tongue pad to tighten the area between the top laces and my calf:

u/MathTheUsername · 1 pointr/therewasanattempt

If it happens often, you might have what's called supination(or underpronation). It's where your foot naturally rolls outward. Example pic

Some people just naturally supinate, but it might be from a condition. I personally was just diagnosed with heel varus and metatarsus adductus. My podiatrist says I'll probably need surgery in like ten years.

If you don't have an actual condition, or even if you do, consider some insoles, and not soft gel insoles. You'll want something with rigid support. Rigid orthotics changed my life. When I have these puppies in, I never want to take my shoes off.

I am currently using Spenco Total Support MAX. The max part is key. The max is the rigid version of the total support.

Another really popular insole is Superfeet Green.

There is also the Superfeet MerinoGREY. They're the exact same model as the green, but have merino wool for more softness and warmth.

u/drewmey · 1 pointr/goodyearwelt

I have a pair of boots coming later this week. Although I am hopefully wrong, I am thinking there is a chance they will be a little too big. I have been looking into insoles in case I need to buy a pair. I assume leather would be prefered because it wouldn't trap moisture between the (real) insole/midsole and the new insole I am inserting. However, many of the ones I am seeing (example) are apparently only around 1.5mm-2mm thick. And likely flatten after wearing for a while. For people who find themselves with shoes a half size too big, do leather insoles help at all? Or would I need to be looking to thicker insoles like this or this?

u/mbeemsterboer · 1 pointr/Fitness

Yes, it most definitely does. I'm 6'5' and ~235, so probably a similar but slightly heavier build to you, and I also have flat feet. That fact plays a huge role in all pain you'll have from your feet to your hips. I had some gluteus medius soreness/pain last year and went to PT for it. In the end, my PT concluded and taught me how the flatness of my feet let to my knees turning inward and then other muscles compensate, etc etc etc... Number 1 thing she recommended for me was to do strengthening exercises for all of my legs, lots of stretches for the hips, etc... and for knee pain, you're going to need to do much of the same. Strengthen up your hamstrings as much as you can b/c they support the knee. And, also, invest in some good shoe inserts. I use [these!] ( and highly recommend them. I use them for running mainly, but they're great and help a lot. You can also get custom inserts from a doctor but those are much more expensive and they generally don't seem to be as well suited for sports or running.

u/externals · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Congrats on the new job! I hope it's what you and your family needs.

Since you're going to be on your feet all day these here will probably be a lifesaver.

I'm going to be moving into a new apartment tomorrow that has no washer and dryer, so I'm planning on using one of these to do my main laundry in a bucket w/ minimal water and detergent. Should save me a "load" of money and help the planet too I guess...

Congrats on the new job!

u/jabronavich · 1 pointr/tennis

The blisters are being caused by friction. If two socks don't work for you, try these stickers designed to be put inside the shoe where the blisters occur. They're basically really slippery so there won't be friction against your skin causing blisters:

u/fcukitstargirl · 1 pointr/trailrunning

My boyfriend has a hammer toe pinky and he puts these on his shoe where it rubs and it prevents the holes

u/natjwwax · 1 pointr/running

If your shoes are properly fitted and new socks don't help, you might want to try ENGO patches. One of my three pairs of shoes make my feet extra sweaty and I swear by these

u/thesploo · 1 pointr/running


I used to get blisters on my heels every single time I went hiking. I haven't gotten a blister there since. They're just stickers that you put in the inside of your shoe at the affected area. The sticker is slippery, so there's no friction on the skin, and no blister. And they have a money back guarantee. This is the only thing that ever worked for me and it was a perfect solution. (I'm also a sweaty beast)

u/manahimik · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice
u/fas_nefas · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

I use heel liners to make shoes that are just a bit too big fit me. I have a big package of these that work great:

u/stimilon · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

I've got almost those exact shoes except mine are from 2 /12 years ago and have a full leather sole. They've held up well and work really well for business casual with jeans and going out after work without feeling like you're too formal. The one caveat is that they were really really harsh for me to break-in. I had the worst blisters I've ever had from them and could barely walk. I ended up having to get heel liners in order to stop the blisters. Once they broke in they were wonderful though.

u/fluttershy123 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

These heel strips my flats are killing me. The heel is too loose so it rubs against my ankles and it hurts! I have started putting band aids on my ankle and it looks so stupid.

It will be mine, oh yes, it will be mine.

u/AlfalfaOneOne · 1 pointr/bouldering

On Your Toes bactericide works great. I've used regular foot powders and the like. On Your Toes is far superior. It doesn't last six months, like the label says (I think that's more meant for low-use shoes). For $15...DEFINITELY worth a try if you're on the fence.

u/agent229 · 1 pointr/femalefashionadvice

This powder was all that worked for me: On Your Toes

It feels gross but does last a long time and works. Also, you don't use much at all, so one tube lasts a looong time.

u/OJPimps0n · 1 pointr/LifeProTips

Try this stuff. It's a miracle what it eliminates and for how long. Three applications and you are good for nearly 6 months.

[on your toes](On Your Toes Foot Bactericide Powder - Eliminates Foot Odor for Six Months, 21 grams (One Pack)

u/ArtThouFeelingItNow7 · 1 pointr/AirForce

"On Your Toes" powder from Amazon works amazingly well. My feet/boots stunk so bad until I discovered this bactericide powder. Most powders you purchase just attempt to cover the smell, but this one actually kills the bacteria.

u/sushidrew · 1 pointr/bouldering

Thanks for your feedback! I just checked out this and I'll post some results here! I don't normally have stinky feet, but it's only after climbing where I always have to hit the shower immediately.

u/kalisisrising · 1 pointr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

On your toes powder.

On Your Toes Foot Bactericide...

u/silliesandsmiles · 1 pointr/femalefashionadvice

Are you wearing leather shoes, or synthetic (man-made materials)? I know I have a very difficult time wearing non leather shoes, because my heels will blister terribly. Leather shoes will conform to your shape and stretch to fit your foot, whereas man made materials are much less flexible. There is a notable difference in comfort, and if you are working such long days, it might be better to have fewer pairs of heels that are higher quality. What brands do you typically wear? Another idea is to use a shoe tree in the shoe, such as this one. You can find them at many home stores, as well as sites like Amazon. When you wear a shoe, the heat from your foot can make the material more pliable, allowing it to shape to your foot. When you take it off, it can shrink back to the original size. Using a shoe tree can help it maintain a good shape for your foot. I'd also consider trying shoes half a size or a full size up, and maybe using a gel insert to make the fit mores snug so that it is larger in the heel but still fits everywhere else. Moleskin also makes a great buffer between the heel and the shoe.

u/qning · 1 pointr/frugalmalefashion

Yes that’s the tongue pad. Depending on nature of the issue you could also slap a big piece on moleskin on the heel.

Dr. Scholl's Moleskin Plus Padding Roll 1 Each

u/foreverwindblown · 1 pointr/CompulsiveSkinPicking

Mole skin!
Dr. Scholl’s Moleskin Plus Padding Roll, 24" x 4 5/8" // All-Day Pain Relief and Protection from Shoe Friction

u/immauser · 1 pointr/Reddaroo

I always make sure to bring bandaids and neosporin. Someone inevitably gets a cut or a blister and needs to cover it to keep dirt and grime out of it. Also, last year I learned about Moleskin which was really cool to help with blisters.

u/Truant_Muse · 1 pointr/femalefashionadvice

I also love and highly recommend these. Moleskin is another option.

u/fogobum · 1 pointr/NoStupidQuestions

How big an object? Moleskin would do for anything smaller than a breadbox.

u/Bjr34b · 1 pointr/weddingplanning

Try the [Gold Bond Spray!] ( The only issue is that it does leave residue so it might not be so great for the pits. For all other crevasses though, its fantastic! I was in a wedding a few years back (St. Louis, mid-June, 11am outdoor ceremony), and I bought like 6 cans of the stuff for the bridal party and we used them all that day!

I have also heard that makeup setting spray is good for sweaty pit days. I don't have many makeup setting sprays so I cannot confirm, but its always worth looking into! Plus it might just be one of those things that is good to have around on the big day!

u/Its_bigC · 1 pointr/tifu

Usually 7 or 8 dollars at the grocery store

Gold Bond No Mess Spray Powder Fresh 7 oz.

u/katrinam42 · 1 pointr/etiquette

If it doesn't irritate your eczema you could try wearing some Gold Bond powder or powder spray on your feet every day. There are also Odor Eaters shoe insoles that help with the smell. There are tons of other foot odor products out there that could help. Just try some until you find something you like.

u/DronePirate · 1 pointr/golf

That's cool. Do you mean some medicated stuff for athletes foot or any type of foot spray like this stuff.

I've bought these stickers, and they do not leave any residue. I do peel them off right after I'm done with them though.

u/ChefJoe98136 · 1 pointr/SeattleWA

Probably some bad monkey butt from bike riding.

Stock up on this meanie.

u/Cyberhwk · 1 pointr/NoStupidQuestions

It's climate in my experience. I never experienced it in my entire life until I moved to the mid-west in March. I had to buy this stuff basically as soon as I moved here (though it's for ya balls as much as anything).

u/hihelloneighboroonie · 1 pointr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

Have you asked the bride if she has a preference for color or style?

Since outside, I'd say nude wedges, block heels, or open-toed heels with those grass things on the bottom (

u/OppositeDot · 1 pointr/amiugly

Well you could take a picture and not look at it.

How short are you? You could do what Tom Cruise supposedly does..... wear Elevator Shoes or Elevator Shoe Insole Lifts ,which can make you 3 inches taller.

The fuckoff signal might be because she knows you aren't confident in yourself. True confidence (not fake bravado) in a guy is usually an aphrodisiac to women. That is what is usually happening when you see ugly men with drop dead gorgeous women. (Money helps too.)

That signal could be many things other than you are ugly as hell. You could be giving off a creepy vibe without knowing it. Honestly, unless a guy looks like Quasimodo, most can find someone to love them.

Speaking of money, do you have a good job? Security is important to women too. That is why ugly doctors/lawyers have no problem getting hot women.

u/maybebenji · 1 pointr/ftm

I like these they take a bit of getting used to. I use 1 layer everyday and 2 for concerts or something where I want to be tall. You might want to get shoes that are 1 size bigger to give you some room. If you use all the layers in your regular shoes, it's too tight. I wear them with converse high tops. They'd probably work with boots or other higher shoes but not with lower cut shoes. I put them under the insole to make it more comfortable since they're kind of hard. I recommend doing that or buying some insoles to put over the lift.

I like these because I take one layer and put them in each pair of my favorite shoes. You could switch them out but it gets annoying.

u/albatrawesome · 1 pointr/ftm

I think everyone else put it well, there are plenty of short cis men. Last night at the bar I was lol'ing and comparing myself to all the short cis dudes around me. You have to remember that confidence plays a big part in others' perception of you. Stand up straight and look people in the eye. Also, something I'm thinking about grabbing are shoe inserts that apparently can give you up to 2.8 extra inches which is kinda wild. Here's the link.

u/GossipGirl- · 1 pointr/short

I am at the exact height as you.what type of shoes lifts you use? I use this with 2.75 inches's comfortable enough for me and I have tried all 3.54 but it's very hard and uncomfortable. specially with sneakers,I can manage it with timberland 6 inches boots which gives me total of 172.5 cm and I'm hoping to try this on a Chippewa supper logger which has a like 2.5 inch heel.

u/siler7 · 0 pointsr/BuyItForLife

Spenco insoles last really well. You might try putting these in something.

u/Rolaf · 0 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Have you tried insoles? Generally if i find a pair that are too big, ill put some thick insoles in them and potentially some tongue pads as well.

Good luck, hope that helps.

u/buttermellow11 · 0 pointsr/medicalschool

Also, don't get like $10 Dr.Scholls inserts from Walmart. Superfeet insoles are the best I've ever tried, and I can move them between pairs of shoes.

P.S. Matt Bomer is awesome

u/max_rey · 0 pointsr/MuayThai

I use all natural foot spray just after training. Basically a mix of essential oils that I am now going to make myself . Just get a spray bottle and add which hazel as the base , plus several drops of tea tree and peppermint oil or other anti fungal essential oils