Hi, My husband wants to try a heel lift for a minor length discrepancy in his legs. Which is more supportive and won't compress- the cork or the Adjust a heel? Thank you
Thanks for your interest in our heel lifts for your husband. The cork heel lift is more firm than the Adjust-a-Heel, but you might also want to check out our Medi-Heel Lift, which is very firm and comes in several different thicknesses, from 3mm to 12mm.
How hard are these?
Firm to very firm. Heel lifts need to be firm to resist compression by your body weight. We recommend that you place them under the inner sole of the shoe. By doing so, you place a softer layer on top of the firm heel lift.
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