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211 of 215 people found the following review helpful
on February 16, 2011
I have a very narrow heel relative to the width of my toes, so I often need to use heel grips in shoes (particularly pumps). These are absolutely the BEST heel grips I've found! First, the adhesive sticks very well inside the shoe, better than the adhesive of every other brand I've tried (and believe me, I've tried a lot of brands). I waited until I wore the shoes they're in several times to be absolutely sure, but the grips are stuck exactly where they were originally placed - no slippage at all.

Second, they are made of leather with a slightly pebbly texture. I wondered if their texture would create snags on my stockings at the heel but they haven't and i think the texture actually creates a better "hold" on the heel. They are perhaps not quite as thick in dimension as some others (particularly compared to gel types) but I need to prevent slippage, not fill a large gap in an attempt to make too-large shoes fit. The fact they stay stuck in my shoes and create a good grip make these the best choice in my book. A+++
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146 of 151 people found the following review helpful
VINE VOICEon July 2, 2011
I have tried EVERY...and I mean every...heel insert - gel type, ones like sandpaper, Petals, Dr. Scholls...all of them. This is the only one that has worked for me. I think it's because it's not a uniform size. Get that raised strip to hit the right spot on the back of your ankle and it stops the heel from slipping out of the shoe. The cover material is a rough nu-buck type - soft and it adds a little grip.

One warning - the adhesive on these is strong. If you need to remove these don't take off all the backing. I usually expose just about an inch in the center and that keeps these on most shoes.
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45 of 45 people found the following review helpful
on December 13, 2012
I purchased these for a few pairs of heels that I have. The shoes fit okay when I bought them, but then later on I realized I couldn't walk in them without the shoe flopping off my foot like a flip flop. Pretty dangerous in stilettos! I guess my feet were swollen when I tried them on in the store. These fixed the problem by adding a bit more in the back, but they are now kind of tight. Not too uncomfortable, though. I'm hoping in time they will break in a little bit. The thing you need to know, is that for them to work, you have to put the grip up high on the back of the shoe. Not down lower where you would think they would work best. They have to be almost flush with the top of the shoe. They won't work if you put them lower down in the heel. They are super sticky, so make sure you get a good placement the first time. I had to peel one off the shoe & place it a second time. I'm worried the adhesive is weakened now. I purchased a few extras, & recommend you do too, because I tend to mess everything up LOL. I read a lot of reviews & looked at a bunch of similar products before purchasing these. Bottom line: I'm glad I did. They may not work for you if your shoes are a teensy tiny bit too big. I'm estimating that both pairs of my shoes were about a half size too big. These saved my shoes that I couldn't even wear before. Thanks, Pedaq! If you have any questions, I'll definitely respond to comments.
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88 of 95 people found the following review helpful
on January 21, 2012
If you have a size discrepancy of about a half inch this product is for you. I have two pairs of shoes that are 9's and usually I can pull it off (I usually fit an 8 1/2) but these two pairs have one shoe that slips. When it slips all the time you really can't wear them. I put this product on both and it worked for both. You have to place it up high near the top of the shoe so that it 'catches' your heel before it slips out of your shoe. Good product well priced and doesn't change the look of your shoe even when you take them off like some embarassing shoe filler items can do. I would only add that they come in different colors like black or beige instead of just cement grey.
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34 of 34 people found the following review helpful
on May 21, 2014
I have so many heels and pumps that I don't wear because of heel slippage. Thanks to all the reviews on this product!!! I just got my set and I love them! They do help with the slippage. And I did stack two sets in one shoe because I needed extra cushioning and space to fill. it works like a charm!

They are comfortable, easy to install, and the boning in the middle does help the heel "hold on". Do not get those dr. scholls heel liners. They don't work like these do.

It says to use a shoe horn on the packaging. I don't have one. I just use my fingers to pull the back of my shoe while I load my foot in so I'm not rubbing the liner off.

I highly recommend this product in conjunction with these heel straps (for those that need extra help)

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00I52TL3M/ref=oh_details_o01_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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41 of 45 people found the following review helpful
on April 28, 2012
Loved that these are made of suede. They aren't too thick so if you need just a little bit of padding, this is exactly right for you! The overall thin material and also the cushioned bump really does the trick for keeping your foot in any slightly oversized shoe. I tried the Dr. Scholls brand heel grip made of Gel, it seemed like a good idea when I bought it at my local grocery store and it was nice and squishy when first tried them on, but after walking in them for ten minutes, I could tell they where going to give me blisters from the rubbing. I threw them away and bought these. They're great but make sure when you apply them, that the first time you adhere them to the shoe, it's exactly the placement you need because if you remove it and try to reapply it, it's just not as sticky as the first time. So without removing the plastic, put them in your shoe and mark/eyeball where they'll work for your shoe/foot best, then remove the plastic to adhere the grip permanantly.
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31 of 33 people found the following review helpful
on May 17, 2012
I put these in the back of the shoe, works like a CHARM, PERFECTLY filled in my half-size-too-big shoes and I can wear them comfortably. They feel sort of like leather, but when you walk with these, there's no discomfort at all.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on February 22, 2015
These pads were just what I needed to keep my heels that were a bit loose, from slipping off my feet when I walk.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on November 5, 2013
I want to warn those who wish to buy Stop 1 pair, 5, 6 or 10 packs that periodically since 2013 there are sellers on this page selling counterfeits. We think this happens because Stop is labelled Amazon’s “Best Selling” heel grips and this attracts the notice of counterfeiters. pedag USA has battled counterfeiters since late 2013. To get counterfeits removed we need to make test buys, report the trademark violation to Amazon, Amazon has to investigate and then they remove the counterfeit products. The most recent counterfeits from seller Blade’s Tools were first reported to us by two very helpful consumers. Last week we discovered another counterfeiter, Blondies, and within a week they were removed too. All the counterfeits have been poor quality, however Blondie’s counterfeits were not quite so bad. The leather looks more like our suede. BUT, the shape and padding was still all wrong.
Here are some ways to identify genuine Stop: Individual pairs of genuine Pedag Stop come in a zip lock bag with barcode, Pedag International Logo, picture of Stop in the heel of a shoe (see package picture among in product images). On the back there is a product description in 6 languages including English and Made in Germany. Genuine Stop is light gray suede with a visible nap. The padding is gently curved and raised to pad your heel.
The counterfeit products have been packed in a clear, generic polybags. The leather is off-white or gray in color. Sometimes the leather has visible pores which indicate it is pigskin and has no visible nap. However, as mentioned above, the leather can look like pedag’s but the width and shape of the heel grips are wrong and the padding is too flat to be effective.
If you bought counterfeit Stop you should return the products and complain to Amazon customer service. As of today, 6/9/2015 we can verify that all sellers are known to us and that they are sell genuine Stop (with the exception of sellers that charge $30, $40 or $50 and more. We do not test buy from these sellers because we are pretty sure no one actually buys from them!).
If you are unsure if you purchased genuine Stop, you can always contact us at info@pedagusa.com and we will try to help.
I attached some pictures of counterfeits. Pictures of genuine Stop are in the images at the top of this product page.
Regretfully,
Rose, pedag USA Customer Service
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
on August 30, 2012
I purchased these for several pairs of recently bought dress shoes that I have, mostly inexpensive flats, that were brutally chewing up the back of my heels with every step I took when I forgot to put band-aids on my narrow bony heels to protect them. I have been very pleased with the difference these have made in my comfort level, as thes Pedag Stop Padded Leather Heel Grips have completely prevented any further abrasions caused by the shoes' backs. These self-adhesive strips are 4 1/2" in length, and about 1 1/2" in width at the widest point. They have the texture of suede, and are very cushiony, mostly at the raised center (please see the photos I posted). They have stayed put with zero slippage in my shoes and I am 100% satisfied with these. I highly recommend these to anyone who need some sort of barrier/cushion between their heel and their shoes.
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