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Cambion Heel Lift - 1/4" - Large - Sold Individually
- Size SMALL: Shoe Size Men 7 & less, Women 9 & less
- Size LARGE: Shoe Size Men 7 & up, Women 9 & up
- Heel lifts are available in small and large sizes in thicknesses of 1/8" and 1/4"
- Cambion Heel Lifts provide concentrated shock absorption in a heel-size insert
- Heel lifts help compensate for leg length discrepancy and help level the alignment of the hip
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Top Customer Reviews
It does drop off abruptly but that is easy to get used to and prevents anyone from seeing it in a sandal. The fact that it is clear is great also. I am buying one for all of my sandles since it is inexpenisive and I don't want to switch them from shoe to shoe since I believe that will destroy the stickiness that allows it to stay in place. I would highly recommend these.
A few years ago my podiatrist advised me to wear a full-length pad in the shoe for my shorter (by 1/4 in.) R. leg. I thought he said that raising just the heel on that foot wouldn't work. I don't see that issue talked about online. The websites also don't mention calluses resulting from greater stress placed on the longer leg/foot. The callus is definitely there on the "ball" of my little toe (the bottom of the longest joint inside the foot, not on the toe itself). It's hard and walking on it hurts. (The callous mysteriously appeared several years ago. About 2 years ago, brief use of a full-length pad in my R. shoe hurt my hip and back. But I'm healthier now, so I'm trying again.
Anyway, I'm tired of the pain. Sanding the callus down doesn't get to the root of the problem; the callus gradually re-forms.
The Cambion Heel Lift feels OK if I push it hard against the end of the shoe. Otherwise I feel the leading edge of it when I take a step.
In another more athletic pair of shoes I'm re-trying a full-length pad, which is called Memory Insoles (no brand name), foam with markings for cutting to different shoe sizes. In yet another pair of shoes I'm using a green Superfeet insole from REI in my R. shoe and the flatter, generic full-length pad in my L. shoe. Which is a lot better than using the Superfeet in one shoe and nothing in the other! I did that for a few days and luckily didn't hurt myself. The correction was surely more than 1/4 inch.
It is pretty neat, the way the Cambion gel-thing sticks to my Croc. But it's less comfortable than the full-length inserts that I'm also trying.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Product was described incorrectly, customer service was very rude. It was a waste of money.Published 12 days ago by Amazon Customer
I bought this like a year ago and I still use it to this day. One of my legs is slightly shorter than the other cause an imbalance when I'm on my feet. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Amazon Customer
Received quickly, good packaging and product is as described. Seems to be well made, we've only been using two weeks as of now. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Mel
worked at advertised. I have one leg shorter than the other and if I don't use this I have hip joint pain in the leg that is longest. Using this alleviated the pain. Read morePublished 28 days ago by tommy hand
These have a very hard time staying put in your shoes and caused me to have arch pains.Published 2 months ago by Mark O.
These are a lot cheaper than taking my shoes to a cobbler for a lift at $35 a pop. Seem to do the job.Published 3 months ago by Brian Tilbury