Sole Patches Review…

Good Morning Yinz Guys, BLOOP BLOOP BLOOP…I hope you guys are already having a productive morning, cause I sure am. We’re grinding through yet another work week, so for me, that means another week of dressing up in business casual attire, and sometimes wearing dress shoes that can be little problematic for my feet. As I’ve mentioned a few times before on my blog, I suffer from what is called Rheumatoid Arthritis, so that means I sometimes experience knee and foot pains when wearing anything that isn’t a sneaker when I’m outside, inside I’m barefoot or wearing my favorite Duke University slippers. So for me, my works business casual dress/dress shoe attire requirements can sometimes cause an issue, even flats can be a problem. Thankfully I was given the chance to review Sole Patches in partnership with BrandBacker, and the opportunity couldn’t have come at a better time. This year I wanted to step up my dress game at work so that would mean not just wearing ugly but comfortable flats.

So with Sole Patches, I’m able to wear my cute booties, heels and everything in between all day without experiencing any uncomfortableness or pain. You get three pairs with your purchase, so that’s six patches each. You can use them one of two different ways. One way of using the Soul Patches is actually attaching the patch to the bottoms of your feet where you would need the most cushion, which is usually your heel and the ball of your foot. Using that method isn’t my favorite, but you can do it this way for short term relief. But sticking it inside your shoe, especially one that you’ll wear often is a more permanent fix.

So what did I think of Sole Patches? Since I was diagnosed with RA over 10 years ago I have tried my share of paddings for shoes and Sole Patches is up there with my favorites. The main thing I love about them is the adhesiveness of the pads, which allows you to apply to your foot or place in your shoe. The adhesiveness really sticks so the pads aren’t going ANYWHERE lol.

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I would definitely recommend buying these. For $9.99 you get 6 adhesive pads or 3 pairs…that’s a DEAL if you ask me. Totally worth it as well, especially if you’re like me and have paid a good amount for shoes that you can’t always wear due to the pain they may cause. Sole Patches will help you get your money’s worth out of those shoes.

I hope this review was of some for you ladies out there. Here’s a question for you, when it comes to shoes, how much are you willing to spend on a good pair of shoes? Answer in the comment section below. Since I’m not RICH or anything, I’m willing to spend anywhere between $70-$100 for a nice pair of shoes lol. Also if you plan on maybe purchasing Sole Patches in the future let me know in the comments section below OR if you have already tried Soul Patches let me know that your thoughts on them as well.

Big THANK YOUS to BrandBacker & Soul Patches for a chance to try out such a great product. I’m always grateful for opportunities like this.

And big THANK YOUS to all of yinz guys for continuing to read and support my blog, it means everything as well.

Peace Yinz Guys

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Hello, my name is Courtney...but I prefer to go by my first and middle name Courtney Lynn...why...no real reason. Most people call me Courtney. I'm 30'ish and currently reside in Pittsburgh, PA. I have had many blogs, but I started THIS blog as a way to talk about myself and my DAILY routine....which as of lately has consit of me trying to do whatever it is that makes me happy! So yeah, I hope this blog brings some type of entertainment to whoever decides to read it.

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