A “Miracle” of a Giveaway

Do you ever feel like you are constantly searching for the perfect foot support? Whether it is shoes, inserts, or compression-wear – do you feel like you have tried it all and still can’t find the right combination of products for yourfoot? Are you tired of generic insoles that are made for millions, but still don’t do anything for your arches?

The ProFoot 2 oz. Miracle Custom Molding Insoles may be just what you are looking for!

I was recently given the opportunity to try out a pair of these insoles. As you may guess from their description, they are incredibly light weight – each insole weighs only 1 ounce. Once you take them out of the package, it feels like you are holding nothing, which I thought as pretty cool. The insoles feature a unique two-layer orthotic design. The top layer is made of Vita-Foam, which molds to the shape of your foot. The bottom layer is shock absorbent to lift the arch and stabilize the heel.

ProFoot and my favorite shoes. 
That’s right, within an hour the Miracle insole molds to the shape of your foot and creates a custom fit to any pair of shoes. Custom orthotics without the doctor visit, increased wait time and hefty price tag (they retail for about $9 and can be found at your local drugstore).

I only recently started wearing insoles of any kind and have become quite accustomed to my set I got from Fleet Feet, however, I was excited to give the Miracle Insoles a try. I wore them for about three weeks – on and off and alternating them between my different pairs of running shoes. They are comfortable (and I love that they weigh next to nothing), but they unfortunately do not offer enough support for my foot. I found that my regular insoles provide a little additional support (I originally thought they were too hard) that my foot needs. However, everyone’s foot is different and these may provide just the right amount of support for someone else!

I did find the Miracle Insoles comfortable though, just not for running. They are perfect for my gym shoes, though (that I workout in, but don’t run in) and I plan to wear them in those.

I would recommend you try them too, especially if you are curious about insoles and want to see if they can benefit your foot.

ProFoot was generous enough to give me a brand new pair of The 2 oz. Miracle Custom Molding Insoles to give away to one lucky reader. ProFoot does warn that if you have diabetes or poor circulation, consult your Physician or Podiatrist before use.

The Miracle Giveaway:

Please note: The Miracle Insoles I have to give away are a Women’s [Shoe] Size 6-10. 

You can trim them to fit your shoes.
You have to trick her or she runs from the camera!

  1. Leave me a comment to tell me if you currently wear insoles. Are they custom or generic?
  2. Share this giveaway on Twitter (be sure to include @wordstorunby) and leave me a comment letting me know you did.   
The giveaway will run through midnight on Tuesday, May 01. I will randomly select a winner and announce it here on Wednesday, May 02.

Good luck!

Until the next mile marker, 


Please note: ProFoot provided me with a pair of 2 oz. Miracle Insoles for my review and second pair to give away. I was not compensated for this review in any way and the opinions expressed are entirely my own.  

You can also LIKE ProFoot on Facebook for more info.

Comments

  1. Hi Sara. I don’t currently wear insoles but have been thinking about trying a pair in my workout shoes. Would love to try these.

  2. And I tweeted!

  3. Oh. This is what my husband needs. Off to read moremore and send him your way!

  4. i wear a heel cushion in EVERY shoe i wear (i have bursitis in my heels) and I wear in soles on shoes that are especially unsupportive. (not any of my work out shoes however). runner_girl5k at yahoo dot com

  5. i tweeted! [username ~K~ or runner_girl5k] runner_girl5k at yahoo dot com

  6. I’m not currently using insoles, but I’ve flirted with them. I hated Superfeet, but I’m wondering if I would like these better.

  7. Ali Mc @ Running with Spatulas says

    I’m not using insoles but I WOULD LOVE TO HAVE THESE 🙂 I need them so bad for my silly arches. I’ve been thinking about getting custom ones.

  8. Ali Mc @ Running with Spatulas says

    shared 🙂

  9. Pam Gordon says

    I don’t currently use insoles, but I think I need to 🙂

  10. Currently wear superfeet insoles. They were recommended to me by my chiropractor who specializes in athletes. They arent the most comfortable but definately have made a difference in how the feet and legs feel after a run!

  11. I wear generics, but I surely do love them (too bad I can’t remember their name…oops!) I got ’em from Lady Foot Locker, recommended by my PT. 😉

  12. I have never worn inserts but oh, love trying some thing new…these look cool…I clicked over from Running w/ Spatulas. 😉

  13. I’ve never worn Inserts, but these sound like they’d help with my foot pain for sure!! Whew, I’m a 10 so thankfully they’ll fit!!

  14. I haven’t worn inserts before but since I sprained my right metatarsal a few weeks back, I’m willing to try anything.

  15. I’m retweeting now 🙂

  16. Amy Johnson says

    I currently have insoles that were made at Road Runner Sports, but I’m about to their mileage limit, so will be in need of something new soon! 🙂

  17. I don’t wear insoles. But I have back pain and feel these would help me.

  18. jen twark gersch says

    no i never had but would like to try them

  19. Dianne Rozar says

    I wear SuperFeet 🙂

  20. Jenniejea93 says

    I wear custom orthodics, but willing to try these!

  21. I tweeted too!

  22. Jenn Murray says

    I wear a generic odor eater to give me a little lift since my legs are uneven. I’d love a better pair.

  23. I have custom orthodics that I paid a fortune for that I absolutely loathe and won’t use. I’m game to try something else!!!!!

  24. Tweeted about your giveaway!

  25. Lorie9902 says

    I do not currently have any orthotics that I wear but would love to try some for these “old” feet!!!

  26. Congrats Jenniejea93 – You are the winner! Please email me sara@wordstorunby.com by Friday, May 11, 2012 with your name and mailing address. Thank you to all who entered! 🙂

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