Good Feet Store

(916) 972-8319

3509 Fair Oaks Blvd, Sacramento, CA | Directions   95864

38.574191 -121.382790

 
Shoes, Sleepwear, Clothing  more

More Categories: Athletic Clothing, Athletic Shoes

Payment Methods: MasterCard, Visa

Health Care Equipment Products: Orthopedic Appliances

Shoe Products: Orthopedic Shoes

Neighborhoods: Arden - Arcade, Arden-Arcade

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Good Feet Store
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Reviews for Good Feet Store

over a year ago

I can't say whether or not Good Feet insoles work because I did not end up buying them. I went into a local store, and honestly, the insoles they fitted me for felt great.

As a quick background:

I have had flat feet my whole life, got custom orthotics through my doctor when I was young, and just kind of forgot about my flat feet from when I was 12 til about 25. I don't know why the discomfort in my feet stopped during this time, but ultimately the discomfort cam back with a vengeance over the last year (I'm now 26). I tried the OTC (Dr. Scholls, etc.) insoles, but the pain seemed to be getting worse everyday. The biggest problem for me with the OTC insoles was that the material was too soft so it didn't give me the arch support I needed, and if they did, they would compress too easily after 2-3 weeks. The pain was getting so bad that it was becoming too much of a focus in my everyday life, and I had to do something. I too saw the commericals for Good Feet and thought that was a sign to check it out. Like I said, I went into the store and the insoles felt great. I loved how rigid and sturdy the material felt, and I felt like there's a chance they could've worked. Compared to the OTC insoles I had been buying, these honestly felt amazing, giving my feet the arch support they had been needing for so long.

Here are my reasons for not going with Good Feet:

1) One turn-off was the price. I am on a budget right now and the price surprised me a little. They are still definitely less expensive than orthotics through a doctor, but the $200+ caught me off guard. I also wasn't expecting that there would be three different models which accounted for the three different phases they suggest you go through to do the entire "Good Feet process." In all fairness, you don't have to get all three which would be upwards of $600.

2) No refunds. I didn't like the idea of paying over $200 for something I couldn't try out for a little while. No satisfaction guarantee. Since Good Feet's orthotics aren't 100% custom (they take an impression of your feet on a piece of paper and go to the backroom where they have hundreds of orthotics that allow them to grab an orthotic that will be really close to your impression), I was surprised that I wasn't given the impression that I could try different orthotics out until I found the right one. All the orthotics are pre-made, so I didn't like this. Basically I had the option to take a $200 gamble.

3) The salesman in the store did not give off the impression that he was really knowledgeable about his field. I'm not referring to Good Feet's process or their insoles, but more just general knowledge about feet and the issues that people have with their feet. In all fairness, this isn't completely relevant to a discussion about the quality of the actual product, but the issues above were enough to at least cause me to want to look around some more.

I really don't want to come off like a "secret-promoter" for another company, but I really want to spread the word about the company that I ended up going with, because my custom orthotics from them have been life-changing over the past few weeks that I have had them. The company is called Fitthotic (http://www.fitthotic.com/). If you are like I was just a few weeks ago, where the pain in your feet is unbearable and that you are desperate for a solution, at least go to Fitthotic's website and check it out. Even better would be to call or email them to try and talk to Vince, who is the CEO of the company. He ended up being the one to call me, and he was extremely informative and helpful (not pushy).

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over a year ago

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over a year ago

Sacramento foot pain back pain relief by Good Feet – I read reviews on the Sacramento good feet arch supports and was very skeptical. I had Sacramento foot pain & I knew the Sacramento good feet arch supports inserts were expensive for a piece of plastic so I resisted using them. I saw a friend of mine and he talked about his foot pain and said Good Feet arch supports inserts were the only thing that worked for him after spending $4000 on other products. I broke down and went to Sacramento Good Feet Store & Good Feet Arch Supports. I had already gotten acupuncture, cortisone injections, other inserts (super feet) and custom made orthotics, nothing helped. My feet hurt constantly. After getting my Good Feet arch supports inserts my feet no longer hurt. I am foot pain free or at least my feet hurt way less. My Sacramento Good Feet arch supports inserts were about $350 total and worth every penny. I am writing this to help others with foot pain that have found no relief. Sacramento Foot Pain free good feet arch supports

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over a year ago

Good Feet works for me – I read reviews on good feet and was very skeptical. I knew the inserts were expensive for a piece of plastic so I resisted useing them. I saw a friend of mine and he talked about his foot pain and said Good Feet inserts were the only thing that worked for him after spending $4000 on other products. I broke down and went to good Feet. I had already gotten acupuncture, cortisone injections, other inserts (super feet) and custom made orthotics, nothing helped. My feet hurt constantly. After forgetting my good feet inserts my feet no longer hurt or at least hurt way less. My inserts were about $350 total and worth every penny. I am writing this to help other with foot pain that have found no relief

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over a year ago

Editorial Review by Citysearch Editors – Get neglected feet evaluated for over-the-counter arch supports and cushion inserts to fit most shoe types and activities.

 

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