If someone you know suffers from foot pain, below are some gifts that they will truly appreciate when receiving the gifts and especially when and after using them. Foot pain is mostly caused by ill-fitting shoes/sandals, or letting the foot have too much contact with flat and hard surfaces without proper support, thus most gift ideas introduced below are to provide comfort, relaxation and support to the foot.Continue reading
Orthaheel Shoes are originally designed by Orthaheel, a footwear company created by Australian podiatrist Phillip Vasyli. With its slogan “well-being with every step,” Orthaheel shoes, sandals and slippers help maintain and restore your foot positioning and functioning to a healthy state in a naturally way. Most Orthaheel footwear are clinically proven to improve foot function and thus naturally relieve associated heel and ankle pain.
Orthaheel’s most products include: Orthaheel Tide Slide-In Orthopedic Sandals, Orthaheel Women’s Gemma Mule Slippers, Orthaheel Womens Melissa Slip-On Mule, Orthaheel Women’s Relax Slipper, Orthaheel Walking Shoes, Orthaheel Mens’/Women’s Wave Sandals, Orthaheel Insoldes, Orthaheel Womens Talia Sandals, Orthaheel Women’s Allegre Thong Sandals, Orthaheel Women’s Stacey Ankle Boots and more.
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Birkenstock shoes are made in Germany since 1774 by Birkenstock Orthopädie GmbH & Co. KG. Birkenstock shoes are known for their contoured cork and rubber footbeds, which conform to the shape of their wearers’ feet, thus deliver great support and comfort and also enables body weight to be distributed evenly over the whole foot.
Birkenstock’s most products include: Birkenstock Unisex Arizona Sandal, Birkenstock Boston High/ Regular Arch Clog, Birkenstock London Clog, Birkenstock Boston Clog, Birkenstock Women’s Arizona Sandal, Men’s Birkenstock COMO Buckle Casual Thong Sandals, Birkenstock Gizeh Birko-Flor Thong, Birkenstock Women’s Amsterdam Clog and more. Remember to look for soft footbed in the name, with blue print/label on the sandals. The regular footbed pairs are fine and provide good support, too, but I find the soft footbed ones more comfortable to the touch.