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- Most recommended by podiatrists
- Anatomical arch-support
- Eliminates pressure points
- Alleviates stress on the joints
- Tie-less lace system
- Stretchable upper design
- The Most Comfortable Shoes You'll Ever Wear
Orthofeet’s orthotic shoes are biomechanically engineered with unique features to provide unsurpassed comfort, and alleviate foot discomfort for sensitive feet.
Biomechanical Orthotic Insoles Engineered with anatomical arch-support, contoured heel-seat, and gel padding under the heel.
Protective Lining Soft, seam-free interior, padded with extra foam padding.
Ergonomic Soles Light weight, cushioning soles with Ergonomic-Stride™ design.
Non-binding Construction A non-binding upper design with soft leather, padded with foam and stretchable materials. No overlays across the bunions. Soft materials in the toe and collar area.
Tie-Less Lace System Innovative lacing system that combines laces and straps on both sides of the shoe.
Two-Way Strap System A strap system with Hook and Loop elements on both sides of the shoe.
Extra Depth Design The shoes are constructed on a special last with extra depth.
Stretchable Shoes Orthofeet is offering a variety of shoes and sandals for both men and women that feature a stretchable upper design, allowing the upper to perfectly form to the contours of the foot.
Removable spacers Two extra removable spacers (2 mm and 3 mm) are available with every pair of shoes
Recommended For The Following Foot Conditions: General Foot Pain and Fatigue, Heel Pain, Arch Pain, Plantar Fasciitis, Ankle Pain, Flat-Feet, Pronation, Metatarsal Pain, Mortons Neuroma, Bunions, Corns, Hammer Toes, Diabetic Feet, Arthritic Feet, and Back Pain.
Asheville Mens Slippers
Best Slippers I've ever perchased
By Gary Tricarico
I have had several pair of slippers like this, but this is the best ever. It is everything the seller says they are and more. You can barely see that there are Velcro adjusters on each side of the slipper to adjust the fit. The sizing is spot on. The quality is excellent and the support is way more than expected. Hell, I have shoes that are not made this well or that support my feet as well as these do. Buy them, you will be happy with these slippers!!Especially you old guys, like me, the support and comfort on your feet is unmatched. You will probably ware them everywhere, all day long.
Springfield Womens Stretch Mary Jane
LOVE these shoes!
By Christine Lubicky
I suffered a pretty bad accident which left me with very messed up feet! I had to wear sneakers all the time because nothing else would offer any support or comfort, & I hate sneakers! I hated even more that I had to wear sneakers to work where I am required to get dressed up! So, I ordered these to wear to work & I wear them all the time now! They are the best pair of shoes I have ever put on my feet. The only thing is they don't offer a lot of ankle support so if I am walking further I put the sneakers on & I had to cut the strap (which didn't have any impact on the look of the shoe), but all in all these shoes rock!!! I also ordered a pair in tan too. They are pretty stylish for an orthopedic shoe, especially the tan ones. If you are thinking about buying them, do it! I even got a pair for my Mom because she has a bad back & had trouble finding a shoe that didn't aggreviate it more, & she loves them too!!!
Monterey Bay Men's Athletic Tie-less
Greatshoes when your feet give you trouble.
A cute Asian podiatrist told me that the pain I was experiencing while walking was because I have arthritis in the ball joint of my feet, (weird). Told me to get special shoes and/or Powerstep inserts. I got both and besides making me just a little taller, I can walk all day long with no pain. This is my 2nd pair of this same shoe because I like them so much, and they look kind of sporty. My first pair come with an extra set of shoelaces and the side Velcro straps but these didn't, but then again I paid a lot more for my first pair than these. The price has come down since then. My first pair lasted some 4 or 5 years. They only started looking worn after several runs in the washing machine (remove inserts first). You normally never think about how utterly dependent you are on your feet until they start giving you trouble. I like to go barefoot but mine are so bad now I can't walk across the room shoeless without discomfort.