August 9, 2011

Product Review & Coupon: Dr. Scholl’s Fast Flats

I just returned from Blogher. There were products everywhere. Most bloggers bring home loads of swag from the vendors and of course the companies freely give them out in hopes for product reviews around the web.

Product reviews are featured on The Thrifty Mommy but it’s not something I do on a regular basis. I don’t just want to constantly write about random products.  Instead, I choose to write about products that I really like or that stand out to me.

Dr. Scholl’s Fast Flats is one of those products that stood out to me.  Have you ever been to a party and found your feet in horrible pain from the cute heels or sandals you chose?  Dr. Scholl’s has invented an alternative to achy tired feet.

The fast flats fold and come inside a small convenient gold wristlet.  Just carry the shoes in the bag like it is a purse. The flats come in three different sizes and cost $8-10.

The shoes feel like slippers so I am wondering how long they would hold up.  I’m guessing that you could get a few uses out of them.  I have not personally worn them for an extended amount of time so I am not able to give a more exact measurement.  Of course durability would also depend on if you use them for dancing, walking back home from a party, etc.

The fast flats are definitely a creative idea and simple solution for aching feet.

Be sure to go to the Dr. Scholl’s website for a $2 coupon to use on any For Her product.


Karen

Comments

4 Responses to “Product Review & Coupon: Dr. Scholl’s Fast Flats”
  1. 1
    Elizabeth@Table for Five
    Twitter: Table4Five
    says:

    There was a huge line every time I walked by the Dr. Scholl’s booth! I wanted to get my feet tested for the orthotics, but I never had time to wait. I would have loved to get the Fast Flats, too, they are always sold out at Target!

  2. 2
    The Thrifty Mommy
    Twitter: thriftymommy
    says:

    I didn’t get tested either. The line for orthotics and fake eyelashes was always long. I have custom made orthotics for my shoes anyway (due to a heel spur) so I didn’t need to get tested. I was just curious of what it would say.

  3. 3
    kellys says:

    I am assuming they don’t have them in my size?!?! HAHA

  4. 4
    kellys says:

    I tried them with my horrible feet and they didn’t help. But then again … without a RX nothing helps my feet.

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