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Way Better Than Dr. Scholl's for Work Boots.
Reviewed in Canada on July 25, 2019
I've been using safety boots professionally for around 6 years, in a home improvement environment, not construction.
I've struggled a lot finding the most comfortable work boots, but ended up going back to Timberland Pro as I became quite confident in their ability to be consistent regardless of the model in keeping my feet and legs feeling pretty okay after 9-10 hours on my feet. While the boot itself plays a big role in overall comfort, the insoles are a HUGE detail most folks overlook.
Last time I used Dr. Scholl's in a work boot, I very quickly realized that they're not dense enough for rough environments (big fan of them for casual / dress shoes though). While the Dr. Scholl's insoles made my feet feel beaten by the end of the day, the Timberland Pro insoles felt thick enough to compliment the rougher environment-- walking on cement for hours, stepping over rough materials, etc.
Overall, even I stop buying Timberland Pro boots, I'd highly consider using these insoles in a different brand of boot or even casual boots that you may walk a lot in! I think they struck gold with these insoles, they're a little dense / thick for casual shoes/slimmer footware, so for that, Dr. Scholl's is the way to go.
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