Walking in comfort, inexpensively, thanks to Cobbler Bill.
My doctor recommended getting orthopedic shoes – costing about $600 – or orthodic inserts – costing hundreds – to relieve foot, ankle and back pain.
Having driven by Cobbler Bill’s hundreds of times, I decided to stop in about a month ago. “Cobbler Bill” himself measured both of my feet, asked about my activities and kindly suggested I’d been wearing the wrong size of shoes.
Result: I walked out, in comfort, in $120 shoes.
Hey guys: This is a man’s shoe store! Don’t be pushed into expensive orthopedic shoes; don’t walk in pain – go see Cobbler Bill. I’ll be back, again and again.