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The Holiday Party Must-Have ft. Sole Patches

When December rolls around, so does all of the holiday parties. With those holiday parties comes dressing up. And finally, with dressing up comes pulling out your favourite, not-so-comfortable shoes. Why must all the pretty shoes have a 5 minute comfort limit? 

I have a bunch of cute heels, booties, sandals, you-name-its sitting in my closet but I always hesitate to wear them because I know I'm not going to be able to walk properly in them after only a few minutes. Luckily, Sole Patches has the solution and I'm finally able to rock any shoe I desire.

If you haven't heard of them before, they're cushion stickers that you can stick onto your heels, ball of your foot, or any spot that is bothered when you wear your shoe of choice. These patches have super shock-absorbing properties that ensure these areas are cushioned with every step you take. After doing a little research on them, I found that they are antimicrobial, anti-odor, and has moisture-repelling properties. So if you're worried about any of those, Sole Patches has you covered.

When it comes to me, the most affected areas when wearing new/uncomfortable shoes are my pinky toes and the balls of my feet. So when I first received the Sole Patches*, I put them to the test (in some not-so-comfy booties) by applying a pair on my actual foot and then stuck one on each shoe where my pinky toes would be. They were extremely easy to apply and remove, and don't leave any sticky residue on my shoes. As far as their performance, well, they really do work! Using these, the unbearable actually becomes a lot more bearable for a decent amount of hours. I do have to admit that my feet still end up achy by the end of the night, but I'm pretty sure that's due to the fact that I have extremely flat feet. Nonetheless, I was still left impressed by them as they did work for me, even if it was for a few hours.

Have you tried these before? What do you do to get through the night 
in your most uncomfortable shoes?

Note: Sponsored Post. || Products marked with a (*) were sent to me for consideration. All opinions are my own. 

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