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ltgem
Coupon? Scooby snacks?
Ha I love that they say the "walk everywhere culture of NYC..." Where and when did that happen? Our culture has ALWAYS been one of taking the SUBWAY everywhere...lol
Icefalkon
If its more than 3 blocks, uber/taxi... but there are still a few who do walk everywhere, myself included.
ascarydude
I'm pretty sure there are tens of thousands people here in NYC who can't afford the Uber/Taxi who train it more often.
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Is there arch support soft or hard? Neither this description nor your sure seem to specify.
WhichwaydidheGo
Thanks for your question. The arch support is low level in depth. The cork heel stabilizer is hard and the foam between the stabilizer and the cork top cover is soft.
Curious about the thickness of this insole. Are they thick enough that they change the effective size of the shoe. I've used some insoles where the foam or gel is so thick that it basically requires a shoe about a half size larger for a good fit.
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I'm interested in this as well, but your reply didn't answer the question. What is the thickness of the insole - around the heel, around the arch, and at the forefoot?
EatingSteak
Thanks for following up here, EatingSteak. Honey Soles are 4mm thick at the forefoot and 7mm thick at the bottom of the heel cup. The arch height is approximately 1 inch, varying slightly based on size.
Does anyone know where this is made? Made in China?
Any plans to develop soles with high arch support?
discodanpty
No plans currently in the works, but it's something we may consider in the future. Thanks for the suggestion.
I have a pair of shoes with cork insoles, and while they're massively comfortable, the grippy nature of the cork tends to wear on your feet unless your shoes are a perfect fit that don't allow your feet to move inside at all. My only worry with these is that they'd be similarly wearing on your feet with looser shoes like slip ons where your heel tends to slide up and down as you walk. Any answer is appreciated.
TheBlueFister
This is a good question and my answer would be that it very much depends on the individual (i.e. if they have sensitive feet/skin). The cork used for Honey Soles is rather soft and smooth. I haven't heard this type of feedback yet from any customers. The most common reason we get that Honey Soles don't work is from people with bad plantar fasciitis that are looking for high arch support.
HoneySoles
Thanks for the reply, and that would make sense. I'd imagine if your shoes fit well and your socks are nice and soft it shouldn't be too much of an issue. It was certainly worse when I wore thin dress socks, because they tend to rub more. I may just snag a pair and put them in one of my more tight fitting shoes and see how they work out for me. Thanks again for the answer, hope you have a great day.
Any chance you'll be putting up Bear Soles any time soon?
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This is up to the manufacturer, not MD. It isn't a rule to take a long time to get to the customer, so if they were to say, have all the current ones on hand for a week's drop, they could have them to you a week after the drop ends. Just hypothetical, but I've had drops where I got the product within the same week.
rhinocerosbladder
And wtf do you care? You didn't even bother reading the comment I was responding to, where it was stated as manufacturer's decision when to introduce the bear soles here. As for your same week BS, I couldn't care less, I clearly stated my concern was about international customers, who'd be lucky to get it within the month, not to mention the customary long lead time frames even before the drop shipsūüôĄ finally, it's about being prepared: do you buy an umbrella only when it starts to rain?

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