Coolmax® Gel Insoles - £1.99 at Aldi (from 5th April)
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Coolmax® Gel Insoles - £1.99 at Aldi (from 5th April)

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Found 30th Mar 2012
Seems a bargain - these types of innersoles are usually about £15-£20 a pair.

Sport Gel Insoles help take the strain off the feet, tendons and joints through a balanced distribution of pressure.

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thanks

I have some of these and they're okay for the price but to compare them to the stuff out there that retails at £15-20 is VERY misleading. These will be fine to replace standard insoles.

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woldranger

I have some of these and they're okay for the price but to compare them … I have some of these and they're okay for the price but to compare them to the stuff out there that retails at £15-20 is VERY misleading. These will be fine to replace standard insoles.


I agree you get what you pay for, but ive never seen other gel innersoles for £1.99 before so I don't know how they compare.

Lidl usually do gel insoles once or twice a year for £2-2.50.

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sports direct are cheaper. i got a pair but my feet kill me iv got flat feet i dont wear them now only used twice but im seing special doc

Dantooine

I agree you get what you pay for, but ive never seen other gel innersoles … I agree you get what you pay for, but ive never seen other gel innersoles for £1.99 before so I don't know how they compare.



In last 12+ months, have observed LIDL selling *similar* gel insoles for £1.99 at regular intervals.

sofiasar

sports direct are cheaper. i got a pair but my feet kill me iv got flat … sports direct are cheaper. i got a pair but my feet kill me iv got flat feet i dont wear them now only used twice but im seing special doc


Please tell me this reply isn't serious. This must have been written by the Fratelli's brother, Sloth!

jamesfitzpatrick

Please tell me this reply isn't serious. This must have been written by … Please tell me this reply isn't serious. This must have been written by the Fratelli's brother, Sloth!



Leave her alone!. Poor Sofia got picked on for her spelling the other night!. Aww. Yeh the pic is The Goonies. Kinda scares me!.

I saw this gel deal this morning online, but i post stuff and it gets voted cacka poo poo

So why are these not as good as £15 ones? Sports direct have £7 cheapest last time I checked. For a while ive been using poundshop foam insoles for my work boots but they get mashed up after a week or two. I do like gel insole as I got some very good ones free from footlocker with my timberlands when I said i would only buy the boots if they included the gel insoles. They would be awesome for work.

I use these in my safety boots for work and they do help a lot...... I paid much more for my last pair of coolmax insoles so I gotta vote hot.

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if it aint Sorbothane, it aint worth bothering with
trust me

Excellent my hubby uses these for work in his steel toes and we've been waiting for lidl to stock them again as these are so much better than the foam ones you get. Without these he ends up with corns on his feet as steel toe boots are not exactly the most comfortable of footware. Thanks for posting hot from me.

My problem is with my heels. I wear Doc Martens Royal Mail edition and my heels hurt badly. Memory Foam heel bits off ebay get crushed and flatted out after a few days. Wish there were gel heel pads.... not cup shaped ones. But, thick inclined plane ones. :(:(

Could do with a few pairs, nice one.

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zahidworld

My problem is with my heels. I wear Doc Martens Royal Mail edition and my … My problem is with my heels. I wear Doc Martens Royal Mail edition and my heels hurt badly. Memory Foam heel bits off ebay get crushed and flatted out after a few days. Wish there were gel heel pads.... not cup shaped ones. But, thick inclined plane ones. :(:(


As usual, Sorbothane have the answer:
amazon.co.uk/Sor…g_4

jamesfitzpatrick
sofiasar

sports direct are cheaper. i got a pair but my feet kill me iv got flat … sports direct are cheaper. i got a pair but my feet kill me iv got flat feet i dont wear them now only used twice but im seing special doc


Please tell me this reply isn't serious. This must have been written by … Please tell me this reply isn't serious. This must have been written by the Fratelli's brother, Sloth!




Leave her alone!. Poor Sofia got picked on for her spelling the other … Leave her alone!. Poor Sofia got picked on for her spelling the other night!. Aww. Yeh the pic is The Goonies. Kinda scares me!.



HHHEEEYYYY YOUUUUU GUYS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Edited by: "sloth" 31st Mar 2012

Mascherano

As usual, Sorbothane have the … As usual, Sorbothane have the answer:http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sorbothane-Sport-Heel-Pads/dp/B002EN62NK/ref=pd_sim_sg_4



Thanks mate!

worth a try for £1.99

Mascherano

As usual, Sorbothane have the … As usual, Sorbothane have the answer:http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sorbothane-Sport-Heel-Pads/dp/B002EN62NK/ref=pd_sim_sg_4


Thanks also.

thanks...gonna try these

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Trust me, Sorbothane are the real deal. They are a dense foam/rubber and they have eliminated my shin splints and saved my knees.
They don't crush away to nothing like almost everything else on the market

so many posts claiming these will be terrible cause they are cheap , is it possible that the more expensive one are massively over priced !!!

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sim11

so many posts claiming these will be terrible cause they are cheap , is … so many posts claiming these will be terrible cause they are cheap , is it possible that the more expensive one are massively over priced !!!


No

Im gonna try em at £1.99. If they are no good then I will look at sorbothane. Im flat footed and I tried a few years ago to see what nhs could get me, but they were awful hard plastic things that didnt help at all. The gel ones from footlocker are pretty good and if these are similar then Ill be happy.

As they were so cheap (£2.99) I bought a pair of these and used them in my boots. They were initially good but rapidly developed uncomfortable ridges in the heel section (after only about 10 uses) so I've had to ditch them.
I won't be repeating the mistake.
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