Foot Bumper Review: Does it Work?

Foot Bumper is an anti-slip insert for heels, sandals, flats, and flip flops. Read our Foot Bumper review.

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About Foot Bumper

Foot Bumper is a small insert for shoes which prevent feet from slipping. The product website is footbumper.com, which was registered in January 2016. The screen shot below shows the official website as it appeared in August 2016. Note that the price has since changed.

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Claims & Features

  • Works with heels, flip flops, sandals, and flats
  • Cushioned comfort gel
  • Prevents feet from slipping
  • Medical grade adhesive keeps them in place
  • Works with bare feet or stockings

Cost

Note that the screen shot above shows pricing that has since changed.

You can get Foot Bumper from the official website for $19.99 + $5.99 P&H. This includes two 4-packs of Foot Bumpers.

There is a 30-day money back guarantee, minus P&H. As of this writing, Foot Bumper is not available in stores.

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Foot Bumper Review

The idea behind Foot Bumper is simple: A discreet anti-slip insert that can support feet and prevent them from slipping. While anti-slip inserts have been around for years (see below), the design of Foot Bumper is somewhat unique. Traditional inserts are typically a longer anti-slip pad that touches the sole of your foot, but Foot Bumper resides where the toes meet the ball of the foot to hold feet in place.

Pitched by Taylor Baldwin, Foot Bumper works by creating a sort of “speed bump” behind the toes where the ball of the foot rests. This prevents the foot from sliding, which can cause foot pain and lead to an unsightly fit.

Foot Bumper is attached by means of an adhesive which should stay in place on most shoe surfaces. Once in place, the ball of your foot will come to rest against Foot Bumper, preventing slippage.

Cost-wise, we feel that Foot Bumper is appropriately priced, as the current offer provides enough for four pairs of shoes, while other inserts can run as much as $20 for a single pair.

Overall, we like the design of Foot Bumper. If you’ve tried regular non-slip inserts without luck, this new take on the design may be an ideal fit for you. If you already use inserts that work for you, Foot Bumper may not bring anything new to the table.

Alternatives

Foot Bumper is a great idea, but you can find other anti-sleep heel inserts of various designs. You may want to take a look at more traditional self-sticking adhesive pads such as this pair which run about $9.

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Your Foot Bumper Reviews

What do you think of Foot Bumper? Give us your opinion with a comment below and a star rating above.

Updated January 2017 to reflect updated pricing.

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Libby McCarten Andrews
Libby McCarten Andrews
3 years ago

Love the Foot Bumper! I’ve now put it in 6 pairs of shoes. It has solved my problem of slipping forward when wearing stockings in my high heels!

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