I love shoes just as much as the next women. But where I differ is that if a shoe isn’t comfortable, no matter how much I love it; I just won’t wear them. Thus, my closet is full of shoes that I rarely, if ever, wear!
They look gorgeous and to die for! But to die for is more accurate. As my feet literally try to kill me each time I wear the shoes!
So they remain in my closet. Unworn. But I just can’t bear to part with them yet!
Make shoes comfortable with Amopé
I have tried other “inserts” in the past. And I do mean past, like 12 years ago! And I was sorely disappointed. They were too bulky for my shoes, constantly moved and just didn’t work at all.
So, obviously, I was excited to find that there is a new player on the market of shoe inserts that can help us freshen up our shoe closet without ever buying a new pair of shoes!
Amopé Gel Activ™ Insoles are a fashion secret that enables women to multiply their shoe closet without having to buy any new shoes. That will make the husbands happy, am I right?
They come in 4 different styles depending on your shoe needs:
- Amopé Gel Activ Everyday Heels
- Amopé Gel Activ Extreme Heel
- Amopé Gel Activ Flat Shoes
- Amopé Gel Activ Open Shoes
On my last trip to the magical red bulls-eye (Target) I picked up an Amopé Gel Activ Flat Shoes insoles to try. I’m tired of my shoes just sitting up in my closet collecting dust.
At first, I was baffled as to where to find the Amopé Gel Activ insoles. Remember, the last time I had tried insoles was about 12 years ago. Obviously, my first thought to look in the shoe section was misguided. Because you actually find them in the pharmacy section with foot powders and foot gels.
Once I got them home I was excited to try them out on a pair of flats that I haven’t worn because there is absolutely zero padding in them!
I mean, it’s been summer. Flats were all the rage. But my shoes left much to be desired, as my heels pounded the hard ground with each step.
So, to get my shoes comfortable again, I grabbed the Amopé Gel Activ Flat Shoes. They are so simple to toss into the shoes!
Step 1: Remove from package.
Step 2: Make sure the shoes are clean and dry.
Step 3: Ensure you have the insoles lined up with the correct shoe. Each insole will be marked with either L for left or R for Right.
Step 4: Remove the film cover on the sticky side of the insole. And line them up with the heel at the heel of the shoe and gently lay them in. You can adjust and move the insole to align perfectly with the pressure point for each foot individually for the perfect fit.
Step 5: Wear your shoes in comfort!
It’s as simple as that!
The Amopé Gel Activ Insoles are made with super concentrated gel, and are 25% thinner than other insoles, so they fit in even the most slender shoes without crowding toes!
They are also made of a sticky material and do not lose their tack, even if removed from one shoe and put in another!
That’s right! If you have more than one pair of shoes that needs help to become comfortable again, no need to spend a fortune!
That means I can move my Amopé Gel Activ Insoles that I use in the summer over to all my boots since the weather will be changing soon! So all my boots will be just as comfortable!
Plus with the transparent material no one will even notice I have the Amopé Gel Activ Insoles in my shoes either! Keeping all the fashion but none of the pain of fashionable shoes!
Simply remove the insert from the first pair of shoes and insert them into the next pair of shoes!
Are you ready to make your shoes comfortable again? Make sure to take advantage of a Free FSI mail rebate!
It’s so simple to turn your heels into your sneakers! Or make any shoe comfortable again! Offer expires October 23, 2016, so take advantage of it now! Turn your heels into sneakers!
How do you to make shoes comfortable again?
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