These Flip Flops from Sole are no ordinary flip flops. They are designed to help sufferers of Plantar Fasciitis(see below), anyone who stands for a long time , post run recovery and wants the best style and comfort!
Features of the Sole Mens Sport Flips
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Recommended For:» Anyone who wants some style with their comfort» Sufferers of plantar fasciitis» Anyone who has to stand for a long time Recommended Activities:» Post-run recovery» Walking» General Recreation
THE SHAPE OF COMFORT No two feet are alike, which is why there is no such thing as one-size-fits-all. Your foot wasn't made flat, so why is almost all footwear made that way? SOLE Footbeds and Sandals mold to fit your unique foot perfectly. Generic insoles and flat footwear simply cannot offer the same level of arch support, control and comfort that SOLE products can.
CUSTOM FIT FOR YOUR UNIQUE FEETThe benefits of our orthopedic shape are personalized for your unique foot. The arch height adjusts to your required level, but does not flatten out. The forefoot takes the shape of the balls of your feet and toes, and the aligning heel cup supports your unique heel shape. This creates a continuous contact point across the soles of your feet, leaving no area unsupported. It all adds up to a superior fit, and unrivaled support and comfort Foot Health Your body is a complex biomechanical structure and your feet are the foundation of that structure.
When there are problems at the foundation, it affects your entire body. Foot-related pain can affect the way you walk and stand, which can often lead to pain in your ankles, knees, hips and back. When your foundation is correctly supported, aligned and cushioned, it starts a chain reaction of pain relief throughout your entire body. If you are experiencing foot pain your footwear should be examined to ensure there is a proper fit. Improperly fitting footwear can not only be the source of most minor foot ailments, but can also exacerbate more serious, existing problems. Plantar fasciitis is an overuse injury affecting the connective tissue (the plantar fascia) that runs from the front of the heel bone to the ball of the foot. This dense strip of tissue helps support the longitudinal arch of the foot. The condition starts gradually with mild pain at the heel bone. The pain usually occurs first thing in the morning, as soon as weight is applied to the feet after getting out of bed. It can also occur again when standing up after a midday lunch break. It is more likely to flare up after (not during) exercise. You are more likely to get the condition if you are a woman, if you are overweight, or if you have a job that requires a lot of walking or standing on hard surfaces. You are also at risk if you walk or run for exercise, especially if you have tight calf muscles that limit how far you can flex your ankles. People with very flat feet or very high arches are also more prone to plantar fasciitis. Please note: If your pain persists, seek the advice of a medical professional.
The orthopedic shape of SOLE has been proven to help relieve plantar fasciitis. Because SOLE footbeds and sandals are moldable, they provide a continous contact point across the entire length and width of your foot. This supports the longitudinal arch of the foot and reduces the pressure on the plantar fascia
WITH OUT SOLE
When the foot is weight-bearing, a tremendous amount of force is concentrated on the plantar fascia, similar to the string on a bow. This pressure leads to stress on the tissue that results in small tears and inflammation
Racing flats and spikes are much lighter than normal running shoes and can contribute to a runner's speed. They are stripped of cushioning and support to make them as light as possible whilst being able to grip the ground more effectively. But as the name suggests, they are not ideal for general everyday training as they offer less cushioning and support.
Racing flats are good for competitions and as a secondary running shoe on the road, athletics track, or on some trails if the ground is dry, for quality mileage. This would be session based running (short distance repetitions) as opposed to long runs. They are less built up than normal running shoes and are designed to be more responsive under foot so they help to encourage leg speed, so you can run faster.
Track spikes are also made to be very light. Middle Distance and Sprint Spikes will only have the spike plate and a supportive surface but distance spikes have a small heel for shock absorption in longer races. Cross Country Spikes have a more aggressive sole, similar to that of a trail shoe. They come with a set of 9mm spike pins. When the ground gets wetter and boggier its recommended to use 12mm or 15mm spike pins. Sizing for spikes can vary. Spikes and racing flats have a much more narrow last. With racing flats the runner can usually get away with the same size as their running shoes. With spikes however, they are so tight that they actually come up small so you might need to go a size bigger than usual so the toes aren't squashed.
Our returns policy is simple. If for any reason you are not happy with your purchase we will be happy to refund or exchange it for you.
Goods must be returned in an unused, re-sellable condition and in the original, undamaged packaging. Shoe boxs must be unmarked and placed inside a postage bag when returned, otherwise charges may be incurred.
Customers have 14 days after receiving their order to return the goods. Exceptions can be arranged at Christmas or if the order is a gift, please contact our customer services team for confirmation at email@example.com.
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