Now, I have to admit that I've been gellin' since before the
I gave the sample pair of inserts to my oldest. His feet are just a little larger than mine (my baby!), so they fit into his shoes. What happens is the inserts are made for men or women. They come in a large size that you can cut down to whatever size your shoe happens to be. He was kind of weirded-out about having the women's version until I asked him how many of his friends look inside his shoes, especially when he's wearing them. Bonus: He could ask people if they were gellin'!
A pair of Dr. School's Massaging Gel Inserts runs about $12.99 each. I've seen them at Walmart for $10, Target for $9, and Walgreens for $11. Not a bad deal when you consider that you can buy inexpensive shoes and still feel good wearing them!
Giveaway!I received a ton of $5 off coupons. That would mean if you find these at the suggested retail price of $12.99, you could get them for just $6.99! And if you find them at Target or on sale anywhere else, you can get them for even less! These coupons are good on any Dr. Scholl's Massaging Gel Insoles, including the original, work, sport, and extra support - both men's and women's. Coupon is good in the US and expires 12/31/11.
I am going to give away 2 coupons to seven winners. Use one for yourself and share the other (or keep them both!) The entries are very, very easy! *If you clear your cookies often, you may want to leave a blog comment to remind yourself that you entered. You don't have to - just a friendly suggestion.
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