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Fly Flot introduces the leading technology to achieve superior flexibility, softness, and support. Comfort that starts with the first step, and only gets better with every step you take. With Fly Flot, the longer you own them, the more they learn and adjust to the way you walk, the way you stand, and the way you live. Fly Flot sandals and clogs not only look great, but they feel great too - the results of a unique process that brings applied technology to where it counts: your feet. Give your feet wings and experience the utmost in comfort with a pair of Fly Flots. Each pair has a shock-absorbing sole to provide effective protection from the impact of walking, to save the back, knees, hips, and spine. The Fly Flot outsole is pre-formed according the to the foot's anatomy to ensure proper support and even weight distribution for maximum stability. Soles are specially made to permanently mold to the natural shape of your feet. No feet should be without the comfort of a Fly Flot shoes.
Fly Flot's Kyle slipper is just as comfortable as can be. The men's slipper features a shock-absorbing sole and an anatomically contoured, padded footbed that's specially designed to permanently mold to the shape of your foot, this lightweight, easy-wearing shoe is sure to become a constant companion. Find the comfort of a slipper and durability with a casual shoe of the Fly Flot Kyle.
Husband loves the style, and no raised heel back means you can avoid those nasty callouses forming. SOOOO disappointed that the inner lining on one slipper started separating from... Read morePublished 23 months ago by TXSun
These slippers are extremely comfortable, they hug your feet. I would recommend these to anyone. The only flaw is the sizing. These sizes run very small. Read morePublished on January 30, 2013 by Ronald J. Labellarte
These slippers are absolutely great. My only complaint is one that is common to most shoe manufacturers: no wide sizes. Read morePublished on January 30, 2013 by Thomas N. Masterson