These heel pads are great. My daughter who has Severs disease wears them in all of her shoes and they have helped to reduce her severs pain drastically.
By the doctor’s recommendation, I purchased these for my 9-year old son who has growing pains that cause his heels to hurt. My son reports that his foot pain is not nearly as noticeable, and he’s even practicing flag football without any discomfort. What a huge relief!
Excellent support and comfort enjoyed daily with CUPS!
Husband is very pleased with this product to help with heel pain from bone spurs when wearing shoes.
This product has significantly helped with walking in my tennis shoes.
Are Tuli's Heavy Duty Heel Cups sold as a pair?
Yes. Tuli's Heavy Duty Heel Cups comes with two heel cups.
What is the difference between the Tuli's Heavy Duty Heel Cups and Tuli's Classic Heel Cups?
Tuli's Classic Heel Cups are ideal for everyday use with everyday shoes.
Tuli's Heavy Duty Heel Cups are recommended for athletic activities or longer periods of walking and standing. Twice as thick as Tuli's Classic Heel Cups, they are perfect in athletic shoes or more spacious lace-up shoes (like work boots, running shoes, etc.).
Both Tuli’s Classic Heel Cups and Heavy Duty Heel Cups work with the same patented multi-cell, multi-layer design that absorbs shock and returns impact energy just like the system naturally found in your feet.
What do the numbers on the bottom of the Tuli's Heavy Duty Heel Cups mean?
These numbers on the bottom of our heel cups are associated with the manufacturing process and have nothing to do with size.
Are the Tuli's Heavy Duty Heel Cups made of hard plastic?
No, all Tuli's heel cups are made from a soft but supportive material.
How much of a lift do the Tuli's Heavy Duty Heel Cups have?
The Tuli's Classic Heel Cups have a slight indiscernible lift depending on impact and weight. The Tuli's Heavy Duty Heel Cups have up to a 1/4 inch lift depending on impact and weight.
Do you wear the Tuli's Heavy Duty Heel Cups on the inside or outside of socks?
The Tuli's Heavy Duty Heel Cups are best worn outside of socks.
What is the difference between the Tuli's Heavy Duty Heel Cups and Tuli's Heavy Duty Gel Heel Cups?
The Tuli's Heavy Duty Gel Heel Cups are softer and lighter, however both heel cup styles provide the same protection.
Do the Tuli's Heavy Duty Heel Cups contain latex?
Tuli's Heavy Duty Heel Cups are latex-free.
Do I really go by weight for heel cup sizing? What if I am overweight but have small feet or if I am underweight but have large feet?
Most people can go by their weight and shoe size, however if your feet are larger or smaller than you believe is standard for your weight, we recommend you ordering accordingly.
Can you wear Tuli's Heavy Duty Heel Cups with orthotics? Does the heel cup go on top of or underneath the insole?
Yes, but it is recommended to wear one or the other. If you prefer to wear both, the heel cup should be placed on top of the orthotic.
Do I need to wear heel cups in both shoes?
Yes, to ensure proper balance, always wear Tuli's heel cups in both shoes.
Should the heel cup move in my shoe?
No, if the heel cup moves in your shoe, either your shoe or the heel cup is the wrong size or the shoe may not be suitable for a heel cup.
Can I clean my pair of Tuli's Heavy Duty Heel Cups?
Tuli's Heavy Duty Heel cups may be hand washed with warm water and mild soap. Air dry.