Well, according to Hydrofeet, they can get pretty darn close to the feeling of walking on water.
Over 1,200 species of animals can “walk on water” and, naturally, humans want to know what that feeling is like. Hydrofeet has produced therapeutic liquid massaging insoles that you slip into your shoes to give you that feeling of walking on water. Why on earth would this even be necessary, you ask?
While putting massaging insoles in your shoes might seem like more of a luxury than a necessity, we wanted to provide you with a few facts that might change your mind.
Hydrofeet claims that wearing their products give you that feeling of walking on water or going barefoot in soft plush grass, or walking on the beach. They adjust to your feet to provide better stability, less impact, and to put you feet back in a normal, healthy state. Hydrofeet Insoles ($44.99) help prevent or address common foot problems such as sore, tired feet; plantar fasciitis; bunions; Morton’s neuroma; Achilles’ tendonitis; knee, hip and back pain; heel spur; heel pain; corns and calluses; peripheral neuropathy; and poor blood circulation.
I put Hydrofeet Insoles to the test to see if they really do make a difference in foot comfort. I tested them out in a pair of Nike Free Run’s (my most uncomfortable pair of running shoes). I have to admit that while I loved the feeling of the insoles in my shoes while walking, I disliked them for jogging. I don’t even think the products are promoted for jogging anyways, so let’s just ignore that for a minute.
The feeling, in my opinion, is more of a “walking on bubble wrap” type of feeling than walking on water. I could feel each little liquid-filled portion of the insoles in my feet and they truly relieved my feet from the horrible plantar fasciitis pains that I’ve gotten since my first pregnancy. It took me about a quarter of a mile to get used to the feeling of having the insoles in my shoes and then I grew to love them. I really like that they are super thin and don’t lift my feet out of my shoes like some other brands that I’ve tried. They also stay in place really well and don’t curl up.
I will definitely continue to use my Hydrofeet Insoles in my Nike’s because they truly do provide relief for my foot pain. If you’d like to learn more about the sizing, warranty information and more, visit www.hydrofeet.com.
This review is brought to you by Hydrofeet Insoles. I received a free sample to facilitate my review but my opinion is honest and not influenced by compensation.