Superfeet FLP Orthotic Sandals - Women's

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Superfeet FLP Orthotic Sandals (Womens) With help from Northwest Podiatric Laboratory, Superfeet has engineered their sandal with the same proven biomechanical principles of podiatric medicine as their premium insoles. Their new Superfeet Premium Sandals feature an orthotic device that is encapsulated right under the top layer to cradle and support the foot as intimately as possible. The founders of Superfeet, Dr.'s Dennis N. Brown D.Sc. (Hon.) and Christopher E. Smith D.P.M., have over 35 patents to their credit. The shape and design of every Superfeet insole, and now sandal, is the result of their 40+ years of experience and knowledge from working on over one million pairs of feet. "Our goal was to create a sandal design that solved the issues consumers have had issues with for years. Our innovation is evident in the minimalist strap design and materials, and in the construction of the internal core of the sandal."

- River Sports Outfitters

An advanced biomechanically designed sandal, the Superfeet FLP is equipped with a true built-in orthotic to cradle and support the foot and provide maximum ground contact, resulting in a confident feeling of balance and control. Great after training, at the beach, or just kicking around town.

- EMS

Superfeet Women's FLP Orthotic Sandals

previously retailed for:
$71.96 - $89.95

The Superfeet Women's FLP Orthotic Sandals is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 7, 2012 at River Sports Outfitters.

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