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    lilyvanilli posted:
    bought many kinds of shoes to help my feet and leg pain. I finally
    found that Merrell offered the kind of sole and insole that almost completely meets my needs. For summer they offer a ventilated kind and for winter they have fleece lined. I recommend them to anyone who has arthritis or any kind of back, leg, or foot pain. They have helped me so much! And their is a great color selection. I don't want to sound like a commercial for Merrell, but it is the only brand that works for me. You will see lots of nurses, etc. wearing this brand also.
    Good luck to everyone with this kind of pain. I know how you feel!
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    bonebabe responded:
    All of Merrelll shoes or a particular style. I like Merrells and would be interested in which ones work for you.


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