5 Shoe Insoles Planners Shouldn’t Live Without

By Anna Dunn, March 10, 2016

Unless you’ve discovered a holy pair we haven’t found yet, most shoes need help in the comfort department. A good pair of insoles is a little like faith: supportive, powerful, uplifting—and invisible. Here are five that just might save your sole.

1. For Every Planner

Dr. Scholl’s Massaging Gel Insoles act like tiny masseuses for total comfort. These classics are no match for all the steps you clock on-site. $14

2. For Trade Show Commanders

Own unforgiving concrete floors with Timberland Pro Anti-Fatigue Technology Insoles. Created for construction workers, these bad boys provide optimal support and control moisture to boot. $30

3. For High-Heel Lovers

Don’t let your commitment to stylish heels ruin your feet (or back or knees). Vivian Lou Insolia insoles keep weight off the balls of your feet, improving ankle stability and preventing toes from sliding forward. $20

4. For Exercise Devotees

Don’t let sore tootsies be your excuse for missing a workout on the road. Superfeet Insoles reposition your heels to lessen impact, and antimicrobial coating helps prevent odor. $45

5. For Petite Planners

If you’re looking for a sneaky way to grow a few inches, Lift Kits Insoles increase your height up to 1.25 inches while aligning your spine and providing support. $24-$35

Photo credit: Timberland

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