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Black Starfish Orthotic Fashion Strap Thongs

Black Starfish Orthotic Fashion Strap Thongs
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Black Starfish Orthotic Fashion Strap Thongs
$39.95
Ex Tax: $36.32
  • Availability: Out Of Stock
  • Model: Black Starfish Orthotic Fashion Strap Thongs
  • Weight: 0.00kg
  • SKU: ASTB

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We have taken our world famous Starfish orthotic thongs and added some cool new features for extra comfort and support. A higher orthotic arch support. Reflexology nubs to increase circulation. Vegan friendly fashionable faux leather strap. Wide based starfish tread to leave your mark on every beach. Super soft AusLite™ foam relieves pain from Plantar Fasciitis and Heel Spurs. These extremely comfortable orthotic support Thongs, Flip Flops, Jandals, and Sandals are made from our unique AusLite™ anti bacterial polymer foam, offering true orthotic arch support and reflexology for the perfect fit. Features and benefits include: Anatomically correct arch support is higher than the classic Starfish orthotic thongs to offer a higher level of orthopaedic support and better overall posture. Heel Cup cradles the heel, providing a supported and straight strike of the heel to the ground as you walk. Metatarsal support under your toes assists in eliminating toe clenching, which in turn allows you to relax your feet, relieve pain and walk naturally. Wider faux leather (PU) strap offers a snug yet relaxed fit to the foot, connecting that super soft AusLite™ foam to your sole whilst offering a very fashionable look.  Recommendation by Australian and UK Podiatrists. Super soft AusLite™ foam. One to three year life span, sometimes more. Fashionable thongs with support. Vegan friendly. Arch Support. Orthotic comfort. Pain relief. Plantar Fasciitis relief. Heel Spurs relief. A new best mate to take you on adventures!

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