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- Rubber sole
- Heel measures approximately 1.5 inches"
- Breathable, moisture-wicking 100% polyester mesh upper & liner, lacing system
- Lightweight, flexible EVA midsole absorbs shock, reducing stress on feet, ankles, and knees
- Rubber outsole with flex grooved tread provides traction on a variety of surfaces
- Footbed features an antimicrobial top cloth to control foot odor.
- Approximately 2"H sole (MM measured at the outsole sidewall, height is closer to 1.5")
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Get into a comfortable groove with the Dr. Weil by Orthaheel Rhythm. This women's walking shoe features a breathable mesh upper for comfort and durability. A lightweight CME midsole provides added comfort and keeps your feet feeling great. This Dr. Weil sneaker also has a durable recycled rubber outsole for good traction. Keep on moving in the Dr. Weil by Orthaheel Rhythm. Please note this style is running a half size small. We recommend ordering the next half size up from your normal size.
- Product Dimensions: 11.8 x 7.2 x 4.8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B07CN999PJ
- Date first listed on Amazon: February 25, 2012
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In addition to the sizing issue, the support was not as great as I expected. I have two pairs of Orthaheel sandals, and they are the best shoes I've found for walking and the only sandals I can wear because of plantar fasciitis. I thought that these Orthaheel sneakers would have a similar inner sole. In fact, the sole of the Dr. Weil sneakers is not as sculpted as that in the sandals; the heel bed isn't as deep, and the arch is not as pronounced. I have inner soles I purchased from REI that are far more supportive, and they can be placed in any sneakers.
Overall, a disappointment. I'll return both pairs.
I purchased both the black/teal combo in size 10 and the gray in size 9.5 due to conflicting reviews on their fit. I figured I would return whichever did not fit as well. I was surprised when I opened the box at how "inexpensive" these expensive shoes looked. However, being familiar with the quality I proceeded to try on the size 10. I put them on with my usual socks and laced them up. As soon as I stood up I knew these were not going to work for me. As I walked across the room to a full length mirror I could feel my arch fall and my ankle give with each step. When I stood in front of the mirror I could see both feet were pronated inward and my ankles really off kilter. Thinking the shoe must just be too large. I then tried on the 9.5 with the same results. My heart sank as I was so looking forward to having the same great arch support as I found in the Orthaheel/Weil Mary Jane's, sandals, and even bedroom shoes.
I removed the foot bed from the 9.5 and compared it to my other 9.5 foot beds and found there to be a difference in the height at the arch area. I also noted that the 9.5 foot bed had "10-11" stamped on the side. I believe one factor is that the mesh is just not that supportive on the sides of the shoes. Also, this arch support in the ones I received is nowhere near as high as the ones in my other Orthaheel/Weil shoes. I returned both shoes. I may try the other Orthaheel walking shoe and see if it is any better.