Hi! I’m Bob D’amicantorio and I’m here with
my brother Lou on behalf of Expert Village. We would talk a little bit about how you can
make your shoes a little more comfortable and in this segment we are going to talk a
little bit about arches and insoles. So Lou, take it away! As us baby boomer’s get a little
bit older, feet start getting a little bit tired and today more than ever before, there
is a real vast array of over the counter arch supports such as one I have in my hand. There
is another one that is full length. A lot of shoes come with arch supports although
generated ones in those shoes are not as good as you can buy after market. Here we have
a full length one and basically this is good if you have a little extra room in your shoe.
It is actually one way of filling the room and at the same time getting good support
or sometimes people want to replace the one that the manufacturer put in for an upgrade.
Here what we have called a three quarter arch support. This can generally be applied in
any shoe, not going all the way up, it takes up minimal room. This particular one is a
soft one which actually a lot of people who walk or run seem to prefer. Over here we have
a full length cushion insole as the same material as the last arch support I sold you. This
is strictly just for padding. A lot of people as they get older lose fat pads in their feet
and this kind of replicates it. Some people have hardly any access room in their shoes
in which case we carry a nice and leather one. The leather not only keeps the appearance
somewhat original, but it takes up minimal room and in a lot of cases, they can be used
to freshen up a pair of shoes that has started to deteriorate inside. We also carry full
length leather arch supports which take up minimal room and believe it or not there is
also arch segment that don’t like anything rubber on their feet, kind of gets too hot,
so that’s an instance where they will sell leather arch supports.