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More than 6,000 Amazon shoppers swear by these inserts for making their sandals and heels more comfy — and they’re on sale

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Some people still swear by the old adage that “beauty is pain.” While it’s not clear when exactly the saying started, it comes from a French phrase that dates back to at least the 1800s, when women were subjected to wearing corsets. But it’s 2022, people! And women have come a long way. For one, you can now wear pants, and you can even get jeans that stretch to hug every curve. While heels are still in fashion, there are ways to make even those more comfortable.

Case in point: These Walkize Metatarsal Pads will make you want to walk miles and dance for hours in your highest heels and your flattest sandals.

Walkize Metatarsal Pads, $9.97 (Orig. $13.97)

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Your metatarsals are the long, thin bones in your feet that lead to your toes. According to the Mayo Clinic, activities like running, jumping and wearing too-tight shoes can make them inflamed. If that happens, icing your feet and letting them rest usually solves the problem. However, the Walkize pads can help soften the impact on your metatarsals during such activities.

The pads slip into the bottom of your shoe, where the ball of your feet meets the insole. They have a strong, adhesive backing, and once they’re stuck on, they’re not going anywhere. The padding also has raised ridges for where the ball of your foot meets your toes to give a little added support.

The pads are not a medical cure or a total miracle worker, but more than 6,000 Amazon shoppers give them 5 out of 5 stars. Most reviewers like them because they keep your foot from sliding forward in heels, and they feel extra cushiony.

“Let me [begin] by saying this product is truly remarkable,” wrote one reviewer. “I used the foot pads on a pair of heels I had worn previously, which left me with significant foot pain. I purposely waited until yesterday to wear them for a party. Needless to say, I was dancing two to three hours straight without any discomfort, not to mention standing on my feet for another two hours. I am highly satisfied.”

“These are the most comfortable insoles!” wrote another Amazon reviewer. “The padding makes the biggest difference because they have a lot of support. The best part is [that] my feet don’t slide forward!”

According to the product description, if you try and don’t like them, Walkize will refund you in full, as they come with a lifetime satisfaction guarantee. Plus, the Walkize Metatarsal Pads are only $13.97 on Amazon for a pack of two pairs. Right now, you can even get them for $4 off.

Based on the reviews and the price, these foot pads are definitely worth a shot. Wear them to your next interview, wedding, vacation and more.

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