Good Feet Products
How are Good Feet Arch Supports different from inserts and insoles I can buy online or in drug stores?
Good Feet Arch Supports are designed to provide the firm, yet flexible function necessary to help correct poor foot biomechanics, providing long term pain-relief solutions.
Why does Good Feet have so many different arch supports?
Different foot types may respond and feel better with a specific amount or type of support. For example, some people just like how an ultra-firm support feels and performs, while others prefer a softer, more accommodating style of support.
Can I use my Good Feet Arch Supports in my sandals and flip-flops?
You sure can. In nearly all cases, it won’t even be noticeable that you’re wearing supports. That’s one of the benefits of Good Feet’s Maintainer and Relaxer lines of arch supports. Be sure to ask your Arch Support Specialist to show you how to incorporate them into all the summer fashions you love to wear.
I buy good shoes, but my feet still hurt. Can arch supports help me?
Absolutely. It’s common for people to think that their shoes are the problem, when in reality it’s often the foot that’s going into the shoes that’s the real source of discomfort. By stabilizing the foot with a good arch support, the pain and discomfort caused by common foot and foot-related problems can often be minimized or alleviated.
Will I be able to take my arch supports home the same day I purchase them?
Yes, for ages 6+. Your local Good Feet Store stocks a full inventory of arch supports. Once you’ve been fitted and have found the supports that work the best for you, you’ll be able to wear your new arch supports home.
Can kids wear arch supports?
Sure. But, just like our adult customers, it’s important that children are properly sized and fitted to arch supports that are appropriate for their age, activity level, and the types of shoes they wear. Your local Good Feet Store, has a number of styles appropriate for kids 6 years of age and older. Simply stop into your local Good Feet Store for your child’s free, personal fitting, and our trained Specialists will help you find the right supports.
Do you sell anything other than arch supports in your stores?
Yes, we also carry shoes, cushions, and other foot-care accessories.
Free Fitting & Test Walk
Do I need to figure out which model and size will fit me?
No, you don’t. An Arch Support Specialist, who is trained in fitting Good Feet Arch Supports will do all of the fitting for you.
How can I find a store near me?
It’s easy. Click the Store Locator tool located at the top right of this page.
How do I get my free fitting and test walk?
It’s simple. Just stop by any Good Feet Store. No appointment is necessary, but if you prefer, you can schedule an appointment at the store near you.
COVID Safety Concerns
Is The Good Feet Store following procedures for social and physical distancing?
The health and safety of you and our employees is our top priority. We monitor CDC guidelines and take into account local and state recommendations. We also respect our customers and take care to follow your wishes. As such, policies may vary. Please contact your local store if you have concerns.
Does The Good Feet Store require customers to wear face masks?
Not at this time. We base this policy on state and local government requirements. Currently no states require masks in public places, but we will ask customers to follow face mask and safety guidelines if that changes. Please contact your local store for more info.
Are employees of The Good Feet Store required to wear face masks?
Not currently. There are no longer any states requiring people to wear masks in public places. However, employees are required to follow all face mask and safety related mandates set by the store’s state and local governments, and policies may change if mandated. Contact your local store for more info.
Pricing & Payment
How much do Good Feet Arch Supports cost?
The cost of Good Feet Arch Supports varies, but generally runs from $200-$500 per pair. They’re sold as individual pairs and as part of a multiple pair 3-Step System at a higher price. The Good Feet Store’s broad line of models, styles, and sizes of arch supports are designed to be personally fit, so the price is dependent on the particular product that best meets your needs. Most models of supports are also backed by a limited lifetime warranty. We'd love to see you for a free fitting and test walk to find the right arch support for you. Find The Good Feet Store near you.
Does insurance cover arch supports? Can I use my HFSA plan towards a purchase of arch supports?
The Good Feet Store is not a medical provider. Good Feet Stores do not diagnose, prescribe, fill prescriptions, or accept or process insurance claims. Customers who believe arch supports may be covered under specific plans or policies should contact their plan administrator for information regarding current coverage, or Health Flexible Spending Accounts.
What is your return policy?
Please refer to your locally owned and operated Good Feet Store for more details on the store’s return policy.
Wearing & Cleaning
How do I put my Good Feet Arch Supports into my different shoes?
Watch this video to learn how to easily insert Good Feet Arch Supports into your shoes.
I lost my wearing instructions. Where can I find information about how to use my Good Feet Arch Supports?
You can find and download the Wearing and Care Instructions here. You can also watch complete wearing instructions for your Good Feet Arch Supports by using this video. If you have any questions, please reach out to your local store.
How do I clean my Good Feet Arch Supports?
Cleaning your Good Feet Arch Supports is easy. Simply follow the instructions in this video.
Is it normal to feel minor muscle ache or discomfort when adjusting into the arch supports?
During your break-in period, you may feel some minor muscle aches or discomforts; however, if you experience prolonged discomfort, stop wearing the supports and contact your Good Feet Arch Support Specialist, an adjustment may be needed. If you experience pain that causes concern, stop wearing the arch supports and contact your doctor.
Please refer to our Wearing and Care Instructions for more information. Download them here.
Find Your Local Store
Try out Good Feet Arch Supports and decide for yourself.